We are delighted to offer recharging facilities for electric vehicles onboard our Irish Sea and Ireland-France services as follows:
- Dublin – Holyhead Cruise Ferry: mv Ulysses – Recharging point available onboard.
The charge points available are only POD Point Type 1 chargers and pre-booking is required to ensure you reserve your space next to the charge point. Please check-in one hour in advance of your sailing time if you require an electric car charging point
There are additional charging facilities available close to the ports and details of these can be found here – https://www.esb.ie/our-businesses/ecars/charge-point-map & https://chargemap.com
Any person in possession of a valid International Rail Travel Card can get reductions on foot-passenger bookings. In order to claim the reduction please make your booking on-line and pay in full - then e-mail your booking reference number and your rail pass number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The relevant reduction will be applied to your booking and the credit will be refunded to you via the credit card system. Please send the e-mail to us at least 5 days before your outward travel date. You may be asked to show your rail pass when you check-in for the sailing.
International Rail Travel Cards ( Eurail & Interail)
Irish Ferries offer a 30% discount on the standard foot passenger rates (adult or child) on both Ireland/Britain/Ireland routes and Ireland/France /Ireland routes. Discounts apply only to standard foot passenger fares and not to any special offer or discounted fares that may be available from time to time. Cabin accommodation is available at an extra charge.
The exact fare depends on the currency of the country of booking. Terms and Conditions apply. The Pass has to be valid in either the country of departure or the country of arrival. The Pass has to be current and valid for travel within the dates you have booked.
Registered shareholders of 1,000 or more Irish Continental Group (ICG) shares can avail of discounts with Irish Ferries:
- 20% discount on passenger & car ferry services between Ireland & Britain
- 10% discount on passenger & car ferry services between Ireland & France (direct sailings only)
- 5% discount on Irish Ferries inclusive package holidays (incorporating travel with Irish Ferries)
Visit shareholder services for additional information
Irish Sea Service
Freight rates apply to vans and commercial vehicles higher than 2.6metres high and/or longer than 6.00metres.
Freight rates apply to vans and commercial vehicles in excess of 2.6metres high and/or longer than 6.00metres.
For more information go to www.irishferriesfreight.com
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