Using Ferrysavers you can find cheap ferries to and from the Isle of Man, England, and Ireland. IOM Steam Packet operate ferries to Douglas (Isle of Man) and Liverpool. In addition, you can use Ferrysavers to book an Isle of Man Steam Packet ferry to Dublin or Heysham.
With Ferrysavers you can securely book a Steam Packet ferry by using our real-time comparison engine, you can compare the cheapest prices by operator, route and time. This page can help you find information on Isle of Man Steam Packet ferry crossings, including the latest destinations and cheapest fares.
- The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company runs ferries between Douglas (Isle of Man) and Heysham, Liverpool and Liverpool Birkenhead (all in England)
- And the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company also has ferries between Douglas and Dublin (Republic of Ireland), Belfast (Northern Ireland) and, during a limited time in May/June for the annual Isle of Man T.T. Race Festival, Larne (Northern Ireland)
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company is the world's oldest continuously operating passenger ferry service, having been founded in 1830. Today the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has exclusive use of the port in Douglas, and continues to offer a dedicated and reliable ferry service for the Isle of Man and its residents.
The Steam Packet Company uses both a conventional ferry (Ben-my-Chree) and high-speed catamarans (the Snaefell & the Manannan) on its routes; The Manannan was launched in May 2009, and is the largest catamaran operating on the Irish Sea. All of the Isle of Man's Steam Packet Company's fleet offer comfortable journeys; with a choice of restaurants and bars there is something to suit all tastes, and the Ocean Avenue shops offer savings on high street prices.