The Swansea Cork ferry was a 10-hour ferry crossing that linked Swansea in South Wales with the Port of Cork in Ireland. The ferry route was last operated by Fastnet Line from 2010 to 2012, although no commercial passenger sailings took place after 2011.

Then, how long is the ferry from Swansea to Cork?

Cork to Swansea Route – Less miles – more smiles! The Fastnet Line service offers comfortable overnight sailing between Cork and Swansea departing generally at 20:30 and taking twelve hours for a crossing.

Also Know, can you get a ferry from UK to Cork? Book ferries to Swansea and Cork with AFerry.co.uk Swansea Cork ferries ceased operating in 2006. Don't worry though as you can find a ferry to Swansea or Cork on our Fastnet Line page. Click on your ferry route for a detailed Fastnet Line ferry timetable with arrival and departure times.

Also know, can you get a ferry to Cork?

Cork Ferry. Cork ferry port in Ireland is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Roscoff & Santander available. Sailing durations range from 15 hours on the Roscoff service to 27 hours 30 minutes on the Santander service.

Where does the Swansea ferry go?

Swansea ferry port is located in South Wales with easy access to the M4 and Swansea city centre. Swansea is less than three miles by dual carriageway from Junction 42 of the M4 motorway. If travelling by train Swansea Railway Station is located approximately one mile from Swansea Ferry Terminal.

Related Question Answers

Is the Swansea Cork ferry still running?

Swansea Cork ferry. The Swansea Cork ferry was a 10-hour ferry crossing that linked Swansea in South Wales with the Port of Cork in Ireland. The ferry route was last operated by Fastnet Line from 2010 to 2012, although no commercial passenger sailings took place after 2011.

How long is ferry from Pembroke to Rosslare?

The Pembroke Rosslare ferry route connects Wales with Ireland. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Irish Ferries. The crossing operates up to 14 times each week with sailing durations from around 4 hours 1 minute.

How far is Rosslare to Cork?

The distance between Rosslare Harbour and Cork is 151 km. The road distance is 193.2 km.

How long does the ferry take from Holyhead to Dublin?

2 hours

Where do you get the ferry to Ireland?

There are 2 ferry routes operating between England and Ireland offering you combined total of 26 sailings per week. P&O Irish Sea operates 1 route, Liverpool to Dublin which runs 12 times weekly. Stena Line operates 1 route, Liverpool Birkenhead to Belfast which runs 14 times weekly.

Is there a ferry from Cork to Wales?

Compare ferries from Ireland to Wales

Irish Ferries operates 2 routes, Dublin to Holyhead runs 6 times per day & Rosslare to Pembroke about 14 times weekly. Stena Line operates 2 routes, Dublin to Holyhead runs 4 times per day & Rosslare to Fishguard about 14 times weekly.

How do I get from Wales to Ireland?

There are 3 ferry routes operating between Wales and Ireland offering you combined total of 98 sailings per week. Irish Ferries operates 2 routes, Pembroke to Rosslare runs 14 times per week & Holyhead to Dublin about 6 times daily.

Is there a ferry from Liverpool to Dublin?

Liverpool to Dublin Ferry. The Liverpool Dublin ferry route connects England with Ireland. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, P&O Irish Sea. The crossing operates up to 12 times each week with sailing durations from around 8 hours.

How do I get to Cork?

  1. By Air. Our airport is located just 10 minutes from Cork City centre.
  2. By Sea. Located just 15km from Cork City centre, our ferry terminal offers easy access to and from mainland Europe.
  3. By Car. Cork is linked to Dublin via the M8 motorway and takes just over 2.5 hours.
  4. By Train.
  5. By Bus.

How do I get from London to Cork?

Passengers travelling from London to Cork can expect journey times of 11.5 hours up to 12.5 hours. This travel times includes the ferry from Holyhead and a, sometimes lengthy, wait at Dublin Port before catching the onward train to Cork city, provided by Irish Rail.

What is the quickest ferry to Ireland?

The high-speed, twin-hulled catamaran advertises a two hour sailing time, making it the fastest sea journey time to Holyhead. It is in fact the only remaining Ireland-UK fast-ferry, since its rival High Speed Sea-Service (HSS) Stena Explorer quit the Dun Laoghaire-Holyhead route in 2014.

How much is it to Ireland on the ferry?

How much is the ferry to Ireland?
RoutePrice
Holyhead – Dublin (Irish Ferries)£230
Holyhead – Dublin (Stena Line)£110
Fishguard – Rosslare (Stena Line)£156

How long does it take to get to Ireland on the ferry?

The journey time varies depending on the boat and the route. Quickest is about 1hour 20 minutes on the fast cat with Stena Line from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire. Holyhead to Dublin with Stena is a slower boat and takes about 3 hours. Irish Ferries do Holyhead to Dublin in about 2 hours.

What ferry is cheapest Ireland?

Cheap Ferry Crossings to Ireland
Ferries to Ireland from Wales
Holyhead to Dublin Ferry4 Sailings Daily3 hour 15 minute crossing
Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire Ferry7 Sailings Weekly1 hour 59 minute crossing
Fishguard to Rosslare Ferry3 Sailings Daily2 hour crossing

Where can you fly to Cork from?

Ireland's fourth busiest airport, Cork Airport (ORK) operates more than 60 Cork flights a day to 68 flight destinations. To reach Cork from the UK, consider Ryanair which flies from Liverpool, Gatwick, Stansted and East Midlands.

How long is ferry ride from Ireland to England?

With a selection of up to 14 Sailings Daily, the port of Dublin connects Ireland with England, Wales, France & Isle of Man. Sailing durations range from 2 hours 15 minutes on the Holyhead service to 18 hours 30 minutes on the Cherbourg service.

Is there a ferry between England and Ireland?

There are 2 ferry routes operating between England and Ireland offering you combined total of 26 sailings per week. P&O Irish Sea operates 1 route, Liverpool to Dublin which runs 12 times weekly. Stena Line operates 1 route, Liverpool Birkenhead to Belfast which runs 14 times weekly.

Why is the ferry to Ireland so expensive?

Unfortunately, the reason the price is so expensive is because of the longer duration of the crossing. Many people compare the rates on the Irish Sea to those on Dover-Calais, but, forget that the crossing is three times longer and so fuel costs to the ferry companies are that much more expensive.

Can you get the ferry to Ireland without a passport?

Do I need a passport to go on a ferry? British or Irish citizens travelling on our Irish Sea routes do not need a passport to travel to Britain or Ireland but are advised to take a form of identity. However, Irish and British citizens travelling to Mainland Europe must bring a valid passport.