Compare prices and book cheap ferry tickets from Liverpool to Dublin
Looking for the perfect Liverpool to Dublin ferry ticket? You've come to the right place. Taking a ferry from Liverpool to Dublin is a convenient and enjoyable way to travel.
We know that planning a ferry trip from Liverpool to Dublin can be stressful, so we do our best to make your Liverpool to Dublin ferry booking as quick and easy as possible.
With Vivanoda, our easy to use platform, you can compare prices, routes and services of different ferry companies like Isle of Man Steam Packet, P&O Ferries or Seatruck Ferries. This way you can find the best deal on a Liverpool Dublin ferry ticket to suit your needs and budget, whether you're travelling alone, as a couple or with your family.
Most Seatruck Ferries or P&O Ferries ships offer on-board facilities such as cabins, restaurants, shops, Wi-Fi and more. Often they also offer facilities for people with reduced mobility.
To find the best deals on ferries from Liverpool to Dublin simply enter your travel dates and start your search on Vivanoda.
To travel by ferry from Liverpool to Dublin, you'll find tickets range from £129 for one person if you're travelling without a car to £267 if you're travelling with your car. The average price we've seen on the Liverpool to Dublin route is £157. The average ferry crossing time from Liverpool to Dublin is 7 hours 30 min. The slowest ferries will take 7 hours 30 min to reach Dublin, while the fastest boats will arrive in Dublin in 7 hours 30 min. The first ferry leaves the port of Liverpool at 09:30. The last boat to Dublin leaves the port of Liverpool at 21:00.
Whether you're travelling alone, as a couple or with the family, a Liverpool to Dublin ferry can be a convenient and enjoyable option for getting to Dublin. Here are 3 reasons why we think a ferry from Liverpool to Dublin is an ideal way to travel.
If you want to travel between Liverpool and Dublin by ferry, there are a number of companies to choose from including Seatruck Ferries or P&O Ferries who run regular services between the two cities. You can find out more about the different shipping companies on this route and their departure times here.
Seatruck Ferries or P&O Ferries ferries depart for Dublin from the following ports in Liverpool:
P&O Ferries or Seatruck Ferries ships arrive in Dublin from the following ports:
It's not always easy to get a clear picture of what a Liverpool to Dublin crossing will be like, especially if you're not familiar with this mode of transport. To help you immerse yourself in the atmosphere of a Isle of Man Steam Packet, P&O Ferries or Seatruck Ferries ferry cruise, here we explain the different stages of the journey, from boarding the ship in Liverpool to disembarking in Dublin. You will also find practical information about Liverpool and Dublin.
Before your Liverpool Dublin ferry journey begins, here are the few steps to embark:
On the Seatruck Ferries or P&O Ferries ship, everyone has their own travel philosophy. Some travellers will want to relax in the privacy of a cabin, while others will enjoy the bars, restaurants, games and shops.
Finally you will find some information for the arrival of the ferry in Dublin: