Northern Ireland Ferries

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Northern Ireland Ferries ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Northern Ireland Ferries sailing to and from Belfast and Larne to Cairnryan, Isle of Man, Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Troon sailing with Stena Line, P&O Ferries or Steam Packet Ferry Company.

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Northern Ireland Ferries offers fantastic fares to and from Belfast and Larne to Cairnryan, Isle of Man, Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Troon sailing with Stena Line, P&O Ferries or Steam Packet Ferry Company ferry ports.

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Ferries cross the Irish Sea from Great Britain to Larne or Belfast in Northern Ireland. All the operators listed below offer special promotions throughout the year, and some also offer through ticketing with rail and bus services at each end.

Stena Line offer two types of service from the Port of Belfast to Stranraer in Scotland, with up to six sailings a day. The HSS Stena Voyager is a high speed catamaran (it used to be the fastest ferry between Northern Ireland and Britain but is now subject to speed restrictions) and the Stena Caledonia is a more traditional and slower ferry.

Stena also offer 'rail and sail' tickets with Scotrail train connections to destinations in Scotland from Stranraer. The railway station is directly adjacent to the ferry terminal in Stranraer. You should note, however, that (for reasons that are unclear) Stena only offer 2 HSS sailings per day, and have not coordinated their sailing times with ScotRail, so whatever sailing you get you are likely to face a long wait at Stranraer for a train onwards.

Belfast City Centre

Stena Line also offer up to three sailings a day from Larne (accessible from Belfast by train or bus) to Fleetwood, near Liverpool.

DFDS Norfolk Line offer daytime and nightime crossings to Birkenhead, near Liverpool. Cabins and meals are available.

P&O Ferry sails ferries into Larne, from Troon and Cairnryan in Scotland. P&O have the fastest crossings to mainland UK from Larne to Cairnryan in just 1 hour on the P&O Express and 1hr 45mins on the traditional ferry. The Larne - Troon route takes 2 hours.

Isle of Man Steam Packet Ferry Company sail regular services between the port of Douglas and both Belfast and Larne.

Cities & Towns in Northern Irleand

Northern Ireland is home to numerous cities and towns. Below is a list of nine of the most notable. Other urban areas are listed on their specific county article.

  • Belfast ("mouth of the river bank") — the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland. It is also the second largest city on the island of Ireland (after Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland), and the fifteenth largest in the United Kingdom. Shattered by more than three decades of paramilitary conflict, Belfast has undergone a renaissance in recent years and is now a vibrant, modern city. It has been voted the fourth best city in the UK for a city break in the Guardian/Observer travel awards.
  • Armagh — ecclesiastical capital of Ireland; containing the headquarters of both the (Anglican) Church of Ireland and the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland.
  • Bangor — a beautiful coastal resort in North Down, home to the island's largest marina and good shopping.
  • Coleraine — situated on the River Bann in County Derry, 5 km from the sea and with an impressive history dating back to Ireland’s earliest known settlers, Coleraine today is a major gateway to the popular Causeway Coast area. Coleraine is an excellent shopping town and also has a major performance theatre located at the University of Ulster in the town.
  • Derry, or Londonderry ("the Maiden City") — the second city of Northern Ireland and fourth city of Ireland is worth a visit for its famous stone city walls (which date from the 16th century and are the only complete city walls in Ireland).
  • Enniskillen — picturesque main town of County Fermanagh, perfect for exploring the lakes around Lough Erne.
  • Lisburn and Newry — became a city as part of the Queen's Jubilee celebrations in 2002.
  • Omagh — the Ulster American Folk Park is located here. This is an outdoor museum which tells the story of emigration from Ulster to America in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Most people visiting have heard of the varying allegiances of Northern Ireland's people. However, to a traveller the people of Northern Ireland are friendly and warm towards visitors. You get the feeling that the people know the allegiances of each other, but to a traveller it can be hard to ascertain (at least until after the second pint of Guinness).

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is composed of 26 districts, derived from the boroughs of Belfast and Londonderry and the counties of Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone. Together they are commonly called Ulster, though the territory does not include the entire ancient province of Ulster.

Northern Ireland has had many conflicts between some of the people who live there. Unionists, who are mostly Protestant, want the Northern Ireland to stay a part of the United Kingdom. Nationalists, who are mostly Catholic, want Northern Ireland to leave the United Kingdom and have the whole island united as one country, under Irish rule. Some people do not want to join the Republic of Ireland or remain part of the United Kingdom. Instead, they want Northern Ireland to be an independent country.

Scheduled Ferry Services operated by Stena Line, P&O and Steam Packet Company link Northern Ireland to England, Ireland and the Isle of Man sailing to and from the Northern Irleand ferry ports of Larned or Belfast.

Stena Line also offer a rail-and-sea ferry and train ticket combination that is becoming more popular with both locals and tourists alike.

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