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Travelling to FRANCE
Updated: 22.01.21 We continue to operate our schedules playing a critical role in the supply chain and facilitating essential travel. Our services are operating as normal for freight including freight drivers. We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. See what we are doing here. Advice is still that travel should be for essential reasons only. Please consult your local health authority for further guidance. We ...
Travelling to IRELAND
Updated: 13.01.21 We continue to operate our schedules playing a critical role in the supply chain and facilitating essential travel. Our services are operating as normal for freight including freight drivers. We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. See what we are doing here. Advice is still that travel should be for essential reasons only. Please consult your local health authority for further guidance. We ...
Travelling to BRITAIN
Updated: 13.01.21 We continue to operate our schedules playing a critical role in the supply chain and facilitating essential travel. Our services are operating as normal for freight including freight drivers. We are operating our ‘Travel Safe’ programme to ensure the safety and comfort of both passengers and crew on all our services. See what we are doing here. Advice is still that travel should be for essential reasons only. Please consult your local health authority for further guidance. We ...
Coronavirus / COVID-19
Please refer to our Travel Restrictions FAQ
Brexit – Latest advice
Travel after Brexit – from 01st January 2021 Updated - 05.01.21 Passengers will continue to travel comfortably with Irish Ferries between Ireland and Britain and Ireland and France, however, following the UK’s exit from the EU on 31 December 2020, there will be some changes to travel regulations, which are outlined below, according to the latest information. Please check with national authorities for the definitive position on any issue. Passports and Identification Health Card Driving in Irela...
GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation (2018)
At Irish Ferries, we value our customers and recognise the importance of protecting their data. We publish a Privacy Notice on our website to better help you understand how we collect your information, how we use it, and how you can control how we do that. This is part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring your data is managed securely and treated with respect in line with the new EU General Data Protection Regulation, which came into effect on the 25th May 2018. Any changes to this policy will...
Making a booking
You can book on-line, by telephone or through any of our offices. Bookings made by telephone or in person at our ports and offices will include a service fee of €15/£10 for motorist bookings or €5/£5 for foot / cyclist / motorcycle and sail rail bookings. Passenger information required to make a booking: Irish Ferries is required by law to record specific details of every passenger travelling. For this reason, we will need to know the following details for each person on your booking: Full name...
Amending your booking
We are very happy to allow changes to bookings. Costs apply to some changes Amendment fees plus any increase in fare apply to changes to route, date or time. All changes must be made before the travel date on the original ticket has expired. Amendment fees will be charged on each occasion that the booking is amended. There is no amendment fee but there may be an increase in fare for changes to the number of passengers travelling on each sailing, vehicle type, updating or adding a trailer, cara...
Special Assistance
Lending you a helping hand Whatever you need we will do our best to help make travel on our services as easy and comfortable as possible for passengers with reduced mobility and special needs. In addition to mobility and sensory restrictions our disability facilities are available to passengers with mental health problems, specific learning difficulties and medical conditions which may have an impact on day-to-day activities. In order to assist we need be aware of your needs. So please let us k...
Passports and Identification
Ireland / Britain routes: Irish Ferries recommends all passengers bring a passport with them. Irish and British citizens do not strictly require a passport to travel between the two countries, but some form of (photo) identification is however required. Brexit: If the UK leaves the EU with no deal, the Common Travel Area (CTA) arrangements are protected, and our current advice continues to apply.   Please note that all other nationalities (except Irish or British citizens) require a passport....
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