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Irish Ferries

Irish Ferries

Irish Ferries
Irish Ferries
Irish Ferries
Information about Irish Ferries

In recent years, Irish Ferries has invested over ¬ 450 million in new fleet and port facilities. Irish Ferries prides itself on having one of the most modern fleets on the Irish Sea including Ulysses, the World's Largest Car Ferry launched in 2001 serving Holyhead to Dublin ferry crossing four times a day. Irish Ferries other Cruise Ferries include the Isle of Inishmore, the Normandy as well as the high-speed ferry the Jonathan Swift, or Dublin Swift fast ferry.

In 2003, Irish Ferries carried over 1.8 million passengers on their four routes between Ireland and England and France. On the 22 January 2004, at the "Irish Travel Trade News Awards" the Irish Travel Trade voted Irish Ferries "Best Ferry Company" for a record seventh year in a row.

Irish Ferries on board facilities vary on each ship, however, food lovers will not be disappointed whichever ferry they take since all have an extremely good selection of restaurants offering a choice from Irish to continental and international cuisine, from fine dining to fast food outlets. Each ship also has a good choice of lounges and bars for those who wish to start their relaxing holiday from the moment they step on board their Irish Ferries vessel. On-board shopping provides a perfect place to choose gifts and souvenirs for family and friends and there are great deals in fragrances, fashion and electrical goods. Prices are displayed in Sterling but both Euro and Sterling are welcome throughout the ship. Dependant on ship, on-board entertainment on Irish Ferries vessels ranges from live entertainment, casino, video room, TV rooms, to children s play areas etc.

For UK & Irish residents travelling between those two countries, Irish Ferries recommend that you bring your passport. Irish and British citizens do not strictly require a passport to travel between the two countries - some form of identification is however required - Photo ID, Bank Cards or bills for house utilities addressed to you are all acceptable and useful means of identification. For other EU nationals and routes, a valid Passport or national Identity card will be required. Non-EU nationals may also need a visa.

Irish Ferries Routes
Pembroke to Rosslare ferry
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Rosslare, Ireland
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