Scotland to Northern Ireland Ferry
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There are 84 sailings per week to Northern Ireland from Scotland on 2 different routes. Sailings from Scotland depart from Cairnryan. Cairnryan to Larne with P&O Ferries - 7 times per day. Cairnryan to Belfast with Stena Line - 5 times per day.
Use the booking form above to do a search to compare all the available ferry companies and sailings to find the best prices.
Why travel Scotland to Northern Ireland by ferry?
The biggest reason to choose this route from the UK is speed. The shortest crossing times to Northern Ireland are from Scotland. So if you are planning to visit Ireland and don't want to waste time travelling then this really is a good option.
As the route is short and fast there are plenty of sailings per day to choose from. The ships on the route are a combination of fast ferries offering the quickest times but less amenities or traditional ferries where you will find more amenities but a slower crossing time.
As two ferry companies operate ferries from Scotland to Northern Ireland you will also find cheap prices and special offers as they compete with each other to offer the best prices.
Travelling by ferry also offers the opportunity to take your car. So you have the chance to explore Ireland at your leisure and seek out hidden gems on the Emerald Isle.