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- Ferry routes to Holyhead-Dublin & Pembroke-Rosslare
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Heading to the Emerald Isle? Why not set sail with Irish Ferries, one of the leading cross-Irish Sea ferry operators that boasts a young and stylish fleet. Here you'll find the latest online discount codes and offers plus info on routes and ships.
Top Irish Ferries discount codes & offers
Check out Irish Ferries' current deals, discounts and online offers that could help you save on your next ferry booking across the Irish Sea in 2021/2022.
- Explore top offers on ferries from Ireland to the UK
- Book ferries departing from Dublin & Rosslare
- Save with sale offers, rail sale deals & discounts
- Check out top deals on ferries to Ireland from France
- Including speedy exit, low deposits & discounted rates
- Book ferries from Cherbourg to Dublin
- Discover more about ferries from Ireland to France
- Save on ferry crossings to Cherbourg from Dublin
- Offers include family offers & low deposits
Why sail with Irish Ferries?
Irish Ferries is one of the leading operators of ferries for both foot passengers and those with vehicles travelling across the Irish Sea to/from the UK.
It's a company long-known for its reliable service and youthful fleet, and when you book in advance, online, using one of the latest discounts from Irish Ferries you could even cut the cost of your fare.
Another reason to consider travelling with Irish Ferries is the variety of facilities and amenities onboard. Just some of these include:
- convenient departure & arrival times
- option to travel with your pet* including dedicated areas & pet accommodation
- young fleet with variety of dining options & entertainment
- free wifi
- option to bring as unlimited luggage (within reason!)
- choice of seating & cabins for those on longer journeys
- plenty to keep kids happy including a cinema & soft play
For an even more comfortable voyage, consider upgrading to Club Class. Although each Club Class varies from vessel to vessel, as well as the space and peace, you can count on the following:
- priority vehicle boarding
- exclusive lounge bar serving complimentary drinks & snacks
- charging points for all your important devices
Irish Ferries is proud to sail one of the youngest fleets in Europe. You'll find five vessels to choose from - four of them passenger, vehicle and freight ferries, the other, the W.B. Yeats, offering mini-cruises and crossing to Cherbourg in France.
Discover more about each ship below:
Fun fact: the ferry Ulysses, which runs between Dublin and Holyhead, is the largest car ferry operating in the Irish Sea - you can't miss it!
Routes & destinations
Whether you're travelling for a weekend of fun and frivolity in the Republic of Ireland's captivating capital, Dublin, or taking your car to explore the lush interior and quaint towns, the direct route to/from the major sea port of Holyhead in northwest Wales will transport you in around 135 minutes.
Find out more about the routes offered by Irish Ferries and which ships operate on each route below.
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Whether you're attracted by the young fleet, onboard facilities, great value fares or mix of destinations, Irish Ferries should be your go-to ferry operator if you're travelling to/from Ireland and the UK or between Ireland and France.
Can't find what you're looking for? If our latest Irish Ferries' discount codes and offers for 2021/2022 aren't exactly what you are looking for, then why not check out our offers from other leading ferry companies.
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