Port of Holyhead

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Holyhead, Gwynedd, Wales, UK)

Holyhead Port offers several ferry routes, with two different companies providing services.

All routes are to the Republic of Ireland, with Dun Laoghaire, Dublin Port and Dublin City as the respective destinations served.

Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire

Vessels capable of carrying both passengers and vehicles travel this route and the journey time aboard the HSS Fastcraft is approximately 1 hour, 40 minutes. Ships sail twice a day, with the first sailing departing Holyhead at 08:55 and the second at 16:00, except on Sundays when the afternoon service departs at 13:45 and an additional service departs at 18:30. Dun Laoghaire Port offers good passenger facilities, which include bureau de change services, ATMs, baby-changing rooms, cafés and disabled persons' toilets.

Holyhead to Dublin Port

The Holyhead to Dublin Port route is served by the Superferry vessel, which carries both passengers and cars and makes the journey in around 3 hours, 15 minutes. The Superferry, which is a combined passenger-vehicle vessel, makes two crossings a day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Dublin Port has facilities that include a coffee shop, toilets and a baby-changing area.

Holyhead to Dublin City

There are up to six crossings a day from Holyhead to Port of Dublin City with the Cruise Ferry making the journey in three hours and fifteen minutes and the Swiftferry in one hour forty nine minutes. Both vessels carry passengers and vehicles. Dublin City port offers basic facilities which include a café, ATM, comfortable waiting area and disabled persons' toilets.

Holyhead Port

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