Fleetwood to Larne Ferry Crossing

Ferry Crossings from Fleetwood to Larne are available from Stena Line (see below).

Sail from the west coast of Lancashire, England over to to the East Coast of Northern Ireland. Daily crossings each way allow you to book your trip on the dates you want. If you're looking for a cheap trip across the the Northern Channel, this is an ideal solution.

Destination: Larne

Explore the beautiful Antrim Coast and Glens to enjoy the world-famous sights of the breathtaking Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle and even cross the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. With its exhaustive hills, rugged sea and beautiful landscape, Larne is a beautiful part of Northern Ireland.

Golf and cycling are popular activities amongst tourists in Larne, whilst there are forests, seaside parks and Straidkilly Nature Reserve to explore.


Fleetwood ferry port is owned and operated by Britain's largest ports group, ABP, and is located on the southern edge of Morecambe Bay at the mouth of the River Wyre in the north west of England. Fleetwood boasts a modern ferry terminal, operated by Stena Line, making Fleetwood one of the most important Irish Sea shipping facilities serving Northern Ireland on the Fleetwood to Larne ferry route. You can get to Fleetwood Ferry Port by car if you - Exit M55 J3 & follow A585 to Fleetwood which is 9 miles away. Follow signs for Town Centre/Docks & then Ferries. Ferry Port is off Dock Street.

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