We have your freight ferry to Ireland covered - you can book a ticket for a van, rigid, articulated lorry, or just a trailer.
Click on the routes below to find freight ferry prices and check departure times for all commercial vehicle types on routes for Holyhead-Dublin, Rosslare-Pembroke or Cherbourg-Rosslare.
We have the largest network of freight ferry operators available online in Europe and can connect you up with your destination in minutes - fully integrated online service.
Irish Ferries offer a network of five ferry routes linking Ireland with Great Britain and France on routes including Dublin Holyhead, Pembroke Rosslare, Dublin Cherbourg and Rosslare Roscoff.
Owned by the Irish Continental Group, Irish Ferries operates five ferries. These ferries include the Ulysses, which is the largest car ferry to operate on the Irish Sea and formally the largest in the world.The Ulysses operates two round trips daily between Holyhead and Dublin. The fast ferry Jonathan Swift also operates between Dublin and Holyhead and is a suitable alternative ferry to Ireland for vans. The Swift services take just under 2 hours, but only carry vehicles up to 9m or 9 tonne.
In late 2013 Irish Ferries also introduced the Epsilon to the Holyhead Dublin ferry route. It now sails twice a day, four days a week between Wales and Ireland, then at weekends from Dublin to Cherbourg and back.
This freight ferry operator also operate ferries to Rosslare in the south of Ireland, popular for freight customers wishing to catch a ferry to Cork. Ferry routes connecting Ireland to France are also operated with year round services to Cherbourg from Dublin and Rosslare, and a summer service to Roscoff from Rosslare.
Whether drivers travel on a Holyhead Dublin, a Pembroke Rosslare or a Cherbourg Dublin ferry crossing Irish Ferries ships are modern and comfortable. Drivers have access to freight lounges and cabins as well as bars, restaurants and shops.