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Fastnet Line
Fastnet Line
The revived Swansea to Cork route commenced with an inaugural sailing from Cork in March 2010

This ferry service saves 600km (375 miles) driving on a round trip and connects the M4 Motorway in the UK directly to Cork on Ireland's South coast. The service will offer overnight sailing 6 nights a week (Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from Cork and Wednesday, Friday & Sunday from Swansea) departing at 21:00 and arriving at 7:00 the next morning. Additional sailings will be added in the high season.

The MV Julia has capacity for up to 1,860 passengers, 440 cars, 40 trucks and over 300 cabins on board for a comfortable journey. Facilities include a selection of restaurants, bars, shops, cinema, children's area and comfortable kennels available for your pets.
 
For more information see website www.fastnetline.com
Brittany Ferries
Brittany Ferries
Brittany Ferries
service the Cork to Roscoff route (14 hours) Travel in luxury on the cruise ferry "Pont-Aven" and enjoy state-of-the-art facilities
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StenaLine
StenaLine
For Ferry Routes to Ireland from the UK to Rosslare, Dublin & Belfast from the UK
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P & O
P & O Ferries
For visitors accessing Ireland by ferry from Spain, Holland, France & Belgium via the UK
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