Stranraer Ferry Port
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Please note: Stena Line ended the service between Stranraer and Belfast in November 2011. However, Cairnryan port is located in Dumfries and Galloway, just about 10 minutes away from Stranraer, and from here you have a choice of up to 6 daily sailings to Belfast.
Stranraer is the largest town in the south western area of Scotland. The Stranraer ferry port lies at the head of Loch Ryan, on the northern area of the isthmus that joins the Rhins of Galloway to the Scottish Mainland, and is one of the most popular ports for the cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. The town is located only a short journey from the English border, and is less than two hours from Glasgow. Due to the town's proximity to Ireland it makes for an excellent starting point for a journey to the Emerald Isle thanks to the short crossing times and their frequency.
02 Jan 2019Good service
Quite expensive for a short crossing
Review by JOANNE SANLON
11 Jul 2018complaint re security check in
The first face of stenna line is at the security check. On Thursday 5th July we arrived a few hours before we were due to check in for our planned 19.30hrs sailing from Belfast. We thought it might be possible to get on an earlier ferry. Unfortunately there wasn't one. The two staff did not assist us on how to drive back out. The swearing from the man was dreadful. Trying to get back out was dangerous. The male staff member would not give me his name
Review by Anne Anderson