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Ireland for four from just €64 per person each way

Ireland for four from €64 per per

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Ireland from €64 per person each way based on a Car+4 travelling together and includes a standard inner cabin. Validity: Travel from Ireland up to May 29th / Return from France up to June 23rd. Book From 16 March to 9 April 2019 and 5 days before travel. New Bookings ONLY. Subject to availability. Terms & Conditions apply. See for details.

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Our New Ship

  • W.B. Yeats

Travel in luxury onboard W.B. Yeats

W. B. Yeats will have space for 1,885 passengers and crew, 1,200 cars and 440 cabins including luxury suites with their own private balconies. Other facilities will include a Club Class lounge, á la carte and self-service restaurants, cinema, shopping and a choice of bars and lounges.



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What's Onboard

  • Boylan's Brasserie
  • Innisfree Club Class Lounge
  • The Maud Gonne Bar & Lounge 
  • Drumcliff Promenade Deck
  • Salley Gardens Kids Room 
  • Crazy Jane's Games Room
  • Luxury suites with private balconies 
  • Lady Gregory A la Carte Restaurant
  • The Abbey & The Peacock Cinema & Lounge 

Plan Your Trip

  • Wild Atlantic Way Wild Atlantic Way Wild Atlantic Way
  • Ireland's Ancient East Ireland's Ancient East Ireland's Ancient East
  • Hidden Heartlands Hidden Heartlands Hidden Heartlands
  • Dublin Dublin Dublin
  • Causeways, Coasts, & Glens Causeways, Coasts, & Glens Causeways, Coasts, & Glens
Wild Atlantic Way

Wild Atlantic Way

Want to explore the world's most captivating coastal driving route? Your drive along The Wild Atlantic Way will take you 2,500km along Ireland’s western seaboard. From Donegal in the north to Cork in the south, through regions like Connemara, The Burren, Galway Bay and Kerry. We have some great drive and discover packages available to help you plan your route and book accommodation on the way.

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Ireland's Ancient East

Uncover over 5,000 years of history buried within the meadows, bustling towns and rugged stone monuments of Ireland's Ancient East. Each landmark has its stories to tell, as indeed do the locals, who delight in telling tales that are rich in famous battles and magic rituals.

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Hidden Heartlands

Hidden Heartlands

In the heartbeat of the country you’ll find magical terrain, vibrant history, and unique experiences waiting around every corner to be discovered. The Hidden Heartlands of Ireland are roads less traveled, a tranquil escape to a different pace of life.

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Move easily from vibrant city-centre life to the peaceful tranquillity of its charming coastal villages in less than 30 minutes. You’ll sample art, culture and nightlife in a bustling city that’s easy to get around, before immersing yourself in nature and heritage on its stunning outskirts. Why not embark on a hike or a cycle in the soaring Dublin mountains? 

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Causeways, Coasts, & Glens

Causeways, Coasts, & Glens

Rated among the Top Five Road Trips on Earth, the Causeway Coastal Route takes travellers along the stunning north coast of Northern Ireland and offers a wealth of natural and manmade wonders. The 154 mile route stretches from Belfast to Londonderry/Derry and takes on some of Ireland’s most incredible sites.

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