Ferry times between Wales and Ireland
The easiest and fastest way to find train and ferry timetables is by using our Journey Planner.
To find out if your journey is affected by engineering works, you can check our online journey planner or app before you book.
You must leave a gap of at least 30 minutes between the arrival of your train and the departure of your ferry.
Check Before You Travel
Sailings can be greatly affected by the weather, so we recommend that you check your journey before you set out. Visit our Travel Updates page to check your Transport for Wales journey.
To check your crossing, contact your Ferry company directly.
For crossings with Stena Line on the following routes:
- Fishguard to Rosslare
- Holyhead to Dublin Ferry Port
- Liverpool to Belfast
- Call +44 (0) 8705 755 755 when travelling to Ireland from Britain.
- Call +353 (0) 1 907 5300 when travelling to Britain from Ireland.
- Visit www.stenaline.co.uk/ferry/latest-sailing-information
For crossings with Irish Ferries on the following route:
- Holyhead to Dublin Ferryport
These can change at short notice, so please check with your operator before you travel.
Central Corridor (Holyhead / Dublin)
|Holyhead||Dublin Port Stena|
|Dublin Port Stena||Holyhead|
*There are no trains available for the ferry arriving in Dublin Port at 05.45. You will need to make your own way to Dublin from this Ferry.
South Corridor (Fishguard / Rosslare)
|Fishguard Harbour||Rosslare Harbour|
|Rosslare Harbour||Fishguard Harbour|
Please check the Irish Rail website information about connecting trains at Rosslare.