Number of passengers must be more than or equal to the number of wheelchairs selected.
Sail on Isle of Innisfree
Irish Ferries has a proud heritage of carrying passengers in comfort across the seas connecting Ireland to Britain, Ireland to France and now from Dover to Calais. The isle of Innisfree crosses the English Channel from Dover to Calais up to ten times a day.
We also have a tradition of extending our sense of Irish hospitality and heritage to all our passengers and the naming of our ships after famous Irish literary writers and their works, William Butler Yeats (1865 - 1939) the Irish poet, dramatist, prose writer penned the poem The Lake Isle of Innisfree which is the inspiration for the name of this ship.
With nearly 50 years of experience in sea travel, we are delighted to welcome you aboard the Isle of Innisfree. Take time to relax on this short voyage, use your generous Duty Free allowance to the full with some retail therapy or enjoy a wide choice of freshly made food and snacks to order.
Upgrade, for a supplement, to our luxurious Club Class Lounge and make your journey even more comfortable. Enjoy magnificent sea views and a host of super benefits! Check-in or upgrade at the Club Class Lounge on Deck 9. Sample Menu
Vibrant menu offering a wide range of hot and cold freshly made food.