We accept bookings for vans used for non-commercial purposes up to 6m long and 2.6m high. Any van or vehicle regardless of size, carrying goods or equipment for commercial purposes, should book through our Commercial Freight Team on +353 81822 15 60 or on https://www.irishferriesfreight.com. In the event of an incorrect disclosure, Irish Ferries reserve the right to re-price the booking and collect any excess, including VAT, at check-in.
Choose the vehicle type that best describes your vehicle:
If your van is a commercial vehicle or carrying freight goods then you must book at www.irishferriesfreight.com
"Oscar Wilde" is the most luxurious ship to sail between Rosslare and France. With bright airy cabins, stylish lounges and wide choice of entertainment and dining options this ship brings new levels of comfort to our overnight service.
"Epsilon", the most recent addition to the fleet offers an economy class service on our Dublin Port to Cherbourg route. Offering free Wifi, a bar/lounge, restaurant and comfortable en-suite 2 and 4 berth cabins all with TV's.
It’s also positioned at the heart of Ireland’s road and rail network. Dublin Port Tunnel is situated within the port complex & provides quick access to the M50 & M1 motorways, the main routes to the North and South of the country.
A public bus service operates from the terminal building to the main bus station in Dublin City Centre.
The GPS co-ordinates for Dublin are: 53.3479, -6.1954
Rosslare Ferry Port is situated in the south-eastern corner of Ireland and offers easy access to the midlands, south and south west of Ireland via the N25 and along the east coast to Dublin via the N11.
The GPS co-ordinates for Rosslare are: 52.2720, -6.3892
Cherbourg is situated at the Northern tip of the Cherbourg Peninsula and provides an excellent gateway for travel by road to and from the North and East of France, Paris, and onwards to Holland, Belgium and Germany.
The city's railway station is at the end of the line from Paris and regular services operate to and from Paris-Saint-Lazare via Caen
The Port of Roscoff is situated on the North Brittany Coast 15 miles/24kms from Morlaix. It is the ideal port for travelling to and from Brittany, the West Coast and South Western France. There are train connections from Roscoff to Morlaix and from there you can take TGV's to and from the rest of France
If you have any questions at all about your travel arrangements you may find the answer you need in our FAQ section
Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to check in, you can view our check in times here but always give yourself that little bit extra for our busy Christmas sailings.
You can view the latest sailing information on our Sailing Updates page. Check this before you set out to the port so that you can be suitably prepared, whatever the weather.