Holyhead to Dublin Ferry Crossings

Ferry Crossings from Holyhead to Dublin are available from Stena Line and Irish Ferries (see below).

The quickest route from the British Isles to Dublin, take a short ferry trip from the North West of Wales to the capital of Ireland. With up to 8 crossings each day, it's convenient with an easy 30 minutes check in.

This is a popular route to Dublin, from the small town in Anglesey. The busy ferry port handles more than 2 million passengers each year.

Destination: Dublin

Only 2 miles from the city centre of Dublin serviced by fast ferry crossings from Stena Line. Once you get to Dublin, night time entertainment is a rich mix of international dining, world class theatre, rock concerts, jazz clubs and traditional music. The city also has a surprisingly rural and picturesque suburbs. The Irish capital offers plenty of variety for the keen shopper, from top name high street stores to department stores to designer boutiques and exclusive jewellers.

Alternatively, go sightseeing or enjoy a pint of the famous Irish Guinness. This historic city also has many museums to visit. There are several theatres within the city centre. Dublin is the focal point for much of the Irish artistic scene.

There is vibrant nightlife in Dublin and it is one of the most youthful and friendliest cities in Europe. Pubs are constant throughout the city centre. The Temple Bar area, just south of the River Liffey is the best-known area for nightlife.


Situated in Anglesea in Wales connected by the A55 and A5 roads. The only port with direct access to Dublin port. Excellent rail connections to Holyhead ferry port.

Route Summary (Stena Line)

Average Sailing Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes

Number of sailings from Holyhead: Up to 4 crossings per day

Sailing times: 02.30, 08.20, 13.50, 21.30

Route Summary (Irish Ferries)

Average Sailing Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes

Number of sailings from Holyhead: Up to 4 crossings per day

Sailing times: 08.05, 08.45, 14.30, 20.55

Other Ferry Routes with Stena line

Other Ferry Routes with Irish Ferries