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Ireland has a number of local Ferries some are car and passenger ferries, more are tour boats, below is a little selection of what is available. Irish Ferries caters for visitors traveling from Ireland to the UK or France. P&O Irish Sea Ferry services Ferry routes to England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Brittany Ferries sails to Western France and Spain. Celtic Link sails to France from Rosslare in Ireland. The Isle of Man Steam Packet runs ferries between the Isle of Man, England and Ireland. Dublin Port has nearly 20 sailings a day to the UK, so there are lots of Ferry sailings to choose from. Rosslare EuroPort in Wexford has Ferry sailings to Fishguard, Cherbourg, Pembroke, and Roscoff. Cork Ferry Port in Ringaskiddy has sailings to and from Roscoff. Cobh in Co Cork see's a large number of Cruise Ships docking during the Summer months, a great family day out when the large cruise ships are in East Cork.

Shannon Ferries

Shannon Ferries operate a 20 minute car, commercial vehicle, coach and passanger ferry from Co Clare across the estuary to Co Kerry getting you across to your destination quicker and safely on the Killimer Tarbert Car Ferry. The Ferry leaves from Killimer in Co Clare every hour and arrives in Tarbert Co Kerry.

Cliffs of Moher Cruises

The Cliffs of Moher stand over 200m above the Atlantic – some of the highest cliffs in Europe. Their scale and beauty can only be truly appreciated when viewed from sea level. Our cruise will take you on a voyage of discovery along this 8km shoreline – truly an experience not to be missed! Also trips to the Aran Islands

Passage East Ferry

This car ferry provides access between the villages of Ballyhack in Wexford and Passage East in Waterford, for cars, camper vans, motor cyclists and foot passangers.

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