Stena Line has some fantastic offers this season on Cairnryan - Belfast and Belfast- Cairnryan routes. For a car + 2 people take a break - 3 Day Return from only £149/€179 for travel Monday-Thursday.
Stay away for up to 72 hours (3 days), £10/€12 single supplement for travel Friday to Sunday;Additional adults £27/€32 each return and additional child £10/€12 each return.
To get this offer- Book by 28 February, travel by 31 March 2014
Please note: All bookings must be made at least 24 hours in advance of travel. Your return journey must be made within 72 hours from your time of arrival in Belfast/Cairnryan. £10/€12 single supplement applies for travel Friday - Sunday. No refund if the booking is cancelled. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Subject to availability. Valid for new bookings only. Conditions apply
Use ferrysavers.com to book ferries to the Republic of Ireland, the UK, the Netherlands and Scandinavia with Stena Line. Stena Line offers
a ferry service to Dublin, ferries to Fishguard, ferry crossings to Belfast and also ferry routes to Harwich near Felixstowe. All routes work with instant email ticketing.
Please note: Stena Line no longer offer a Fleetwood to Larne route. This stopped on the 24th of December 2010. Stena Line have taken over the Liverpool (Birkenhead) to Belfast route, which was previously operated by Norfolkline. Tickets on sale from 26th September 2011. From 20th November 2011 Stena Line stop its Belfast - Stranraer route. Stena Line introduce a Cairnryan to Belfast route from 21st November 2011. Tickets for this route on sale from 12th September 2011.
At ferrysavers.com we make it easy for you to book your Stena Line ferry by specific route, or for you to find the best possible deal by comparing Stena Line ferries by using our unique price comparison engine.
- Stena Line run ferries to Ireland between Fishguard (Wales) and Rosslare (Ireland)
- Stena Line also operate ferries to both Dublin and Dun Laoghaire (Ireland) from Holyhead (Wales)
- Stena Line travel between Cairnryan (Scotland) and Belfast (Northern Ireland)
- You can travel between Harwich (England) and Hook of Holland/Hoek van Holland (Netherlands) with Stena Line
- Stena's European routes include services connecting Gothenburg (Sweden) with both Kiel (Germany) and Frederikshaven (Denmark), as well as Frederikshaven and Oslo (Norway)
- Stena Line also travel between Varberg (Sweden) and Grenaa (Denmark)
- And Stena Line also run ferries between Karlskrona (Sweden) and Gdynia (Poland)
Stena Line was founded by Sten Allan Olsson in 1962, and is today regarded as one of the world's leading ferry operators. Stena Line has arguably Europe's most comprehensive ferry network, with routes in Scandinavia, the North Sea, and the Irish Sea that carried 15 million passengers in 2008.
Stena Line aim to provide the best service and experience possible on all their large fleet of ferries, cruise-ferries and Stena HSS fast-ferries. Whichever comfortable ferry you choose, rest assured that Stena Line will meet your needs. Onboard Stena Line ferries you can relax and enjoy good food, shop at a fine selection of retailers, and enjoy the bracing sea air and the lifestyle of an ocean voyage.
On the Stena HSS craft you'll find lounges, shops, a bar and a restaurant serving hot and cold meals, and on the largest of Stena's cruise-ferries there's an excellent selection of well-appointed en suite cabins, from budget to luxury, wi-fi access, coffee bars, a choice of restaurants and bars, nightclubs, loads of children's facilities, video-game arcades, shops and a cinema showing the latest blockbusters.
Pets on board Stena Line ferries
You can book your cat or dog on board Stena Line ferries with Ferrysavers.co.uk. Pets can travel for free on Stena Line Irish Sea ferries. On ferries travelling to or from Holyhead and Dublin, pets must remain in your vehicle. When travelling from Belfast or Cairnryan, you will be required to put your pet in the kennel facilities provided. Please note it is not possible to bring your pet onto the Stena Express Fastcraft services between Holyhead and Dublin. Guide dogs are welcome on board all Stena Line ferries. Note that that to take your pet to and from the UK to mainland Europe (excluding Ireland) you will need a pet passport.