Norfolkline Irish Sea Overview
Norfolkline, now part of DFDS Seaways
offers a daily service between the UK port of Liverpool Birkenhead and the ports of Belfast (Northern Ireland) and Dublin (Eire).
Norfolkline ferries took over the ferry to Ireland routes in 2005 from the previous operator; Norse Merchant Ferries, and the service to Liverpool offers potential costs savings with direct routes to the heart of England compared to ferries travelling to Wales or Scotland.
With a sailing time of 8 hours between the port of Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Belfast, and only 7 hours between port of Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Dublin, the Norfolkline route is the most convenient way to visit Ireland with a car.
Norfolkline operate ferries between Liverpool Birkenhead and both Dublin and Belfast.
With AFerry.com you can book either day or night crossings, so you can choose either an overnight crossing to wake up in your destination, or a daytime sailing allowing you to enjoy the onboard facilities.
Norfolkline ferries between Rosyth and Zeebrugge, and from Dover to Dunkerque are available as well with AFerry.com, please see the alternative operator list to the right of the page.
AFerry.com always has great prices for Norfolkline Irish Sea ferries. See below for the latest offers and timetables.