|Departure Port||Arrival Port||Travel Time||Ferry Operator|
|Rosslare Ireland - ROE||Cherbourg France - CER||18 Hrs.||- - - -|
|Rosslare Ireland - ROE||Fisguard UK - FIS||3 Hrs. 30 Min.||- - -|
|Dublin Ireland - DUB||Holyhead UK - HLY||3 Hrs. 30 Min.||- -|
Go Fast Ferry offers two departure and arrival point from Ireland:
Rosslare Ireland - ROE
All road signs leading to Rosslare Europort indicate the port's location at the end of the N25. In addition to Wexford, Waterford, Kilkenny, Dublin, and Cork, the port is 20 minutes and 1 hour and 20 minutes away.
Rosslare Europort, Ballygillane Big, Rosslare Harbour, Co. Wexford, Ireland. Y35 PH4X.
Go Fast Ferry currently only offer two connecting port from Rosslare Ireland which is to Cherbourg, France and Fisguard, UK utilizing Stena Line. Car parking is available at the terminal along with Restaurantsand shopping.
Dublin Ireland - DUB
The address of the terminal is Terminal 2, Alexandra Rd, Dublin Port, Dublin, D01 WD28, Ireland. Located six kilometers away from Dublin's city center, the Stena Line ferry terminal at Dublin is accessible by public transportation. A large amount of signage is located on all the main roads leading to the port to provide clear directions. You can park outside the terminal building for a short period of time.
Terminal 2, Alexandra Rd, Dublin Port, Dublin, D01 WD28, Ireland
Go Fast Ferry currently only offer one connecting port from Dublin Ireland which is to Holyhead, UK utilizing Stena Line. The trip takes approximately 3 and one half hours and offering flexible schedules throughout the day.
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