Here, at Ferrysavers, we make it easy for you to book your Irish Ferries crossing by using our unique price comparison engine, we can help you to find the best possible deal by comparing ferries to Ireland.
- Irish Ferries run ferry services on the massively popular route between Dublin (R.O.I.) and Holyhead (Wales, UK)
- And Irish Ferries also sail from Rosslare (R.O.I.) to Pembroke (Wales), Cherbourg and Roscoff (both in France)
Irish Ferries is the `low fares ferry company', and was established in 1973. Irish Ferries is the ferry division of the Irish Continental Group, and is Ireland's largest ferry company with routes connecting the Republic of Ireland with the UK and continental Europe.
Irish Ferries prides itself on having the most modern fleet on the Irish Sea. In 2001 Irish Ferries launched the world's largest car ferry, the Ulysses, which sails between Holyhead and Dublin 4 times a day. Irish Ferries also have the cruise ferries the Isle of Inishmore and the Oscar Wilde as well as the high-speed catamaran The Jonathan Swift; all have a choice of bars, brassieres or cafés, as well as shops and plenty of entertainment onboard including lounges, a variety of bright, spacious cabins and cinemas on some sailings.
Pets on board Irish ferries
You can book your cat or dog on board Irish ferries with Ferrysavers. Pets on Irish Ferries must travel in the kennels provided. Please make your pet as comfortable as possible by providing absorbent bedding and familiar toys. Pets can only travel to Ireland via Cherbourg Please note that all dogs must wear a muzzle. Note that that to take your pet to and from the UK to mainland Europe (excluding Ireland) you will need a pet passport.