Larne Cairnryan Ferry

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  • 5 crossings daily
    1 hr 30 min
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Quickly book cheap Larne to Cairnryan ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Larne to Cairnryan ferry route is operated solely by P&O Ferries providing a helpful connection from Northern Ireland to Scotland. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Larne to Cairnryan to help you find the best deals but as well as that, we will also compare with Belfast to Cairnryan and Belfast to Liverpool Birkenhead to help you arrive in Scotland relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal.

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  • Larne - Cairnryan

    Car + 1
    Travel: Sunday, 3 November 2019
    from: £106.5
    P&O Ferries

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Larne Information

Larne ferry port is located very close to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. Larne ferry port can be reached from Belfast on the A8 and also from Carrick Fergus on the A2. Larne ferry port is clearly signposted. Larne is a major passenger and freight port situated on the east coast of County Antrim.


Cairnryan Information

The port at Cairnryan is only 5 miles from Starnraer, and has good road connections to Glasgow and a long-term car park. Cairnryan is a small Scottish village overlooking Loch Ryan in the south-west of Scotland, set amongst some glorious countryside. Cairnryan is mostly notable today for its large, modern ferry port, and has been of vital importance in maritime history, due to its use during the Second World War. During the War Cairnryan's port had three piers and a military railway constructed by the army linking the village with Stranraer. These developments along with its strategic position of being closer by sea to Northern Ireland paved the way for Cairnryan to be regarded as a vital Scottish port ever since.

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Reviews

  • 06 Sep 2019
    Good job
    • The total trip was a breeze, from online booking to rolling off at the end of my return journey. Am planning my next trip.

      Review by JENNIFER WASSON

  • 02 Sep 2019
    No Hassle
    • Have no complaints with the journey or on board experience. Needed the car as travelling to the Highlands.

      Review by MARTIN DIAMOND

  • 31 Aug 2019
    A Positive Review
    • I always feel very safe with the ferry journey. The staff are always pleasant and helpful. The stabilisers make for a smooth journey. Getting on and off is managed in a very efficient way. The ship always clean. The ability to have the use of a lift is also very helpful for those with disabilities. I especially love to watch the movies which help to pass the time and before you know it - you have arrived at your destination.

      Review by ALLAN DAVIES

  • 25 Aug 2019
    Calm and boring
    • Our Irish friend had promised us an exiting and sea-sickness inducing trip (as well as no sun and all dull skies and rain which also turned out to be untrue). We had the smoothest trip and other than a long wait to get on all was good.

      Review by TIMOTHY WILSON

  • 01 Aug 2019
    Happy holidays
    • First class service friendly staff here and Scotland no problems

      Review by Anon

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