Cork Ferry Port

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Cork Routes

  • Roscoff to Cork / Cork to Roscoff
    1 crossings weekly
    14 hr
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  • Santander to Cork / Cork to Santander
    2 crossings weekly
    26 hr 30 min
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Cork ferry port, also known as Ringaskiddy ferry port, is located half an hour from the city centre. Cork ferry port offers excellent facilities and B&B accommodation is available locally.

Cork is the second largest city of Ireland and the third most popular city on the island after Dublin and Belfast. Cork offers excellent attractions and activities: stunning architecture such as the modern County Hall tower, the tallest building in the Republic of Ireland and the Church Tower of Shandon.

4 out of 5 stars based on 5 reviews

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  • 05 Apr 2019
    Very good service
    • Excellent. Everything was very clean, food was good and the staff were attentive and friendly. However there was no announcement about the opening of the restaurant, but we were warned in English 15 minutes before closing, in Spanish that was 30 minutes! Printed notices promised free wifi, but it wasn't available.

      Review by AUGUSTINE KENNY

  • 09 Jul 2018
    The Connemara Brittany Ferries
    • Special thanks to all the cariing crew who helped us

      Review by MARTIN LAVERY

  • 09 Jul 2018
    The cariing crew of the Connemara Brittany Ferries
    • Crossed over Sunday 17june back 29June Due to recent surgery fragile on feet. Crew helped in every way .In the self service restaurant our choice of food was brought to our table with smiles.Bar staff brought drinks to us.Cabin staff wonderful.Thank you all.

      Review by MARTIN LAVERY