Port of Rosslare

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Rosslare, County Wexford, Northern Ireland, UK)

Rosslare provides sailings to Pembroke in the south of England, Fishguard on the west coast of Wales and Cherbourg and Roscoff in France.

The main ferry companies operating from Roscoff Port are Stena Line, Celtic Link Ferries LTD and Irish Ferries.

Rosslare to Pembroke

Irish Ferries operates two daily sailings between Rosslare and Pembroke in the south of England. The duration of the voyage is approximately 3 hours, 45 minutes. The Isle of Inishmore is the passenger and vehicle ferry which sails the route. The ship can carry 2,200 people and 855 cars.

Positioned on the southwestern tip of Wales, the Port of Pembroke is ideally situated close to the M4 motorway. It is one of the most comfortable harbours to depart from in order to reach Ireland if you are travelling from London, as it is well linked to other regions across Britain by an excellent rail and road network. Facilities at the terminal feature a vast and relaxing lounge area with a TV and several vending machines providing beverages.

Rosslare to Fishguard

Stena Line has a fast ferry and a conventional vessel operating the route to Fishguard. The high-speed service is available between April and September, up to four times daily. It takes the Stena Lynx 3 only 2 hours to reach the Port of Fishguard from Rosslare. The conventional Stena Europe sails the route twice daily, year-round. Duration of the voyage aboard the Stena Europe takes 3 hours, 30 minutes. Both services can carry passengers and cars.

For the largest part, Fishguard's claim to fame is being a vital port for ferries sailing across the Irish Sea. The town is also a place with a rich past and wild natural beauty. Situated on Wales' west coast, Fishguard is close to the scenic hills which surround the town. The Guawn River, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and coastal walks along the coast all provide breathtaking views.

Rosslare to Cherbourg

Celtic Link Ferries and Irish Ferries both operate routes to Cherbourg in France. Celtic Link Ferries operates three weekly crossings, with a sailing time of about 18 hours, 30 minutes. Irish Ferries offers the same route between March and September, every second day. Between October and March, the company sails the route three times per week. Both companies provide passenger, car and freight services.

Due to Napoleon, who once converted the natural harbour of Cherbourg, the port became and still is one of the world's largest ports. The area around Cherbourg is famous for its stunning châteaux, and it is a great idea to hire a car to visit the outlying villages and see their luxurious mansions.

Rosslare to Roscoff

Irish Ferries operates two weekly crossings to Roscoff in the French region of Brittany. Duration of the voyage is approximately 17 hours. The Normandy is the vessel which sails the route. The ship can accommodate 2,060 passengers and has room for 450 cars. The route is available between March and September, every second day. Between October and March, Irish Ferries operates three weekly crossings to Roscoff.

Roscoff is situated in the west of France, in the region of Brittany. It is a pleasant, small resort town and offers several attractions of historical interest, fine restaurants, and the area is ideal for a daytrips.

Rosslare Port

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