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Heysham

Freight ferries to Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Isle of Man from Heysham

Heysham ferry port is located on the North-West coast of England, approximately 4 miles South of nearby Morecambe, and 6 miles west of inland Lancaster.

Heysham port is primarily used for freight ferry services to Ireland, operated by Stena Line and Seatruck Ferries. Irish Sea ferry crossings from Heysham go to Belfast and to Warrenpoint in Northern Ireland, and to Dublin in the Republic of Ireland.

You can also catch ferries to Douglas on the Isle of Man from Heysham. Although also used for passengers, Heysham is the main port for the Isle of Man Steam Packet’s freight ferries.

The port itself is located next to Heysham Nature Reserve and Heysham Golf Club, and just North of Heysham Nuclear power Station.

Facilities on quay include toilets and vending machines, as well as catering vans regularly available on the freight terminal.

If looking for a break and sit down, try the Half Moon Bay café or the Duke of Rothesay Pub; both just 5 minutes drive away.

If needing somewhere to stay, the Port House B&B is located just around the corner, or plenty of alternatives such as The Royal at Heysham, or both Holiday and Premier Inn’s situated in nearby Lancaster.

Ferry Routes to Heysham

2 crossings per day
9 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
4 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
9 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
9 hour crossing
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Ferry Routes from Heysham

2 crossings per day
8 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
4 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
9 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
9 hour crossing
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Heysham Details

Geolocation

Stena Line ferries Heysham: North Quay, Heysham Harbour, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA3 2XF

Seatruck ferries Heysham: North Quay, Port of Heysham, Lancs LA3 2XF

Isle of Man ferries Heysham: North Quay, Port of Heysham, Lancashire, LA3 2XF

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Shower

24 Hour Parking

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