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Please note: Fastnet Line has ceased trading and is no longer bookable.
Use Ferrysavers to book your cheap ferry to Ireland or Wales with Fastnet Line. Using the ferrsavers.com booking system you can book a Fastnet Line ferry to Cork and a Fastnet Line ferry to Swansea. All routes work with instant email ticketing.
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- Fastnet Line offer regualr ferries to Ireland and Wales, with 3 overnight crossings in each direction a week, and extra crossings in the summer.
- Crossings to Ireland from Swansea are on each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and to Wales from Cork on each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Fastnet Line was created in April 2009 to provide a passenger and freight service between Cork in Ireland and Swansea in Wales, a route previously served by Swansea Cork Ferries until 2006. Fastnet was established as a co-operative of small local investors following a long public campaign to replace the lost service, which has led to it being dubbed `The People's Ferry'. The new service will cut out potentially hundreds of miles of driving in Wales and Ireland, with Swansea the most convenient port for ferries to southern Ireland for the south of the UK.
The Fastnet Line route launched in March 2010, and is served by the m/v Julia, which will provide comfortable overnight journeys. Onboard will be 7 restaurants and bars offering an excellent choice of cuisine and drinks, a cinema, children's facilities and 300 cabins catering for the 1,860 passengers.
Fastnet Line Sailing Information & Ferry Times
Sorry, we don't have any sailing information or timetables at the moment. This might be because this route is seasonal or we don't sell it at the moment. For a wide range of alternatives, type your destination into the booking form above.