Port of Larne

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK)

Three ferry routes travel from Larne port to mainland Britain; two of which are operated by P&O Irish Sea and the other by Stena Line.

P&O Irish Sea runs services from Larne to Cairnryan and Troon in Scotland, while Stena Line operates to Fleetwood in England.

Larne to Cairnryan

The route from the Port of Larne to Cairnryan is well established and the busiest route on the Irish Sea. Three conventional fast ferries make nine daily return crossings between them in a time of just 1 hour, 45 minutes. Located in the southwest of Scotland, Port Cairnryan has excellent passenger and freight facilities, with a comfortable lounge, a children's play area, baby changing facilities, a snack bar, a convenience store and disabled facilities.

Larne to Fleetwood

The Larne to Fleetwood service is operated by Stena Line and is also very popular, owing to its proximity to Blackpool. Although this route has limited passenger accommodation, there are up to three daily crossings with a journey time of 8 hours. Fleetwood is a major roll-on, roll-off port and is well connected to the world famous seaside resort of Blackpool. Port facilities are limited, however, with a convenience store and coffee shop available.

Larne to Troon

The Larne to Troon ferry route is a passenger-only seasonal service operated by P&O Irish Sea that runs from March to October. There are two crossings per day on this route with a journey time of under 2 hours. Located to the north of Ayr, the Port of Troon's Seacat Terminal is well connected by road and features a large lounge and vending machines where hot and cold snacks are available.

Larne Port

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