Looking for Ferry to Dublin

by Patrick Buddle
(New Zealand)

Hi, we're from New Zealand and will be travelling earlish in September up through Wales to Anglesey and then aim to catch the ferry to Dublin.


And we will need to return to Anlesey a week later. we are not sure of the day we will be in Anglsey the first time- how far ahead do we need to book?

e.g. can we cath the ferry on the day without booking ahead - we are two adults and will have a car.

Hello Patrick,

Thanks for your question.

It is best to book in advance, preferably 28 days before you plan to travel, especially as you are a car passenger and this time of year it can be very busy travelling on the Dublin Holyhead fery route.

There is more information which you may find very helpful about the Dublin Holyhead ferry crossing here.

I hope you have a lovely crossing and a great holiday in Ireland. perhaps if you have some time on your hand, you could visit some sites on Anglesey.


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Jul 19, 2010
slow ferry
by: Anonymous

if you are not in hurry get over to Dublin i think you best go on a big ship.

one is called Ulusees, it's like a hotel when you walk on it first. great boat!

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