Ferry from Stranraer to Belfast

Ferry Crossings from Stranraer to Belfast are available from Stena Line (see below).

Take a ride on the HSS Stena Voyager fastcraft and arrive in Belfast in under 2 hours. A convenient journey with an exciting city to explore at the end of your cruise. This journey is a common day trip but can also be made into a holiday.

Destination: Belfast

Belfast port handles around 2 million passengers each year. Almost two-thirds of Northern Ireland's seaborne trade is handled at this port. Belfast is a popular, vibrant tourist destination.

Belfast Zoo is popular amongst tourists, hosting Asian elephants, Barbary lions, one of the few White tigers in the UK as well as another 1,000+ animals and species, most of which were in danger in their natural habitat.

Culture and arts is vibrant within Belfast, a big part of the tourist attraction. Belfast's nightclubs and bars have undergone a renaissance in recent years and features a diverse clubbing scene that’s as thrilling and satisfying as anything you will experience in mainland Europe.


Located on the southern edge of Loch Ryan in Scotland, Stranraer ferry port is located close to the town centre. Stranraer rail station is located close to the foot passenger terminal.

Route Summary (Stena Line)

Average Sailing Duration:1 hour 45 minutes

Number of sailings from Dover: Up to 7 crossings per day

Sailing times: 04.40, 09.50, 14.40, 19.50

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