Belfast Ferry - Book a Belfast Ferry with Ferry Travel.com
BELFAST FERRY WITH FERRY TRAVEL.COM
Ferry Travel.com is an international ferry dedicated site enabling you to see the routes, timetables, crossing times and prices for all major European ferry operators as well as for the North American operators providing ferry service in and to Alaska, British Columbia & Washington State.
You can book your Belfast Ferry crossing simply and securely online using the drop down menus below. You can easily compare the prices of different ferry crossings so that you are confident you have chosen the best deal.
Ferry Travel.com offers a ticketless service. When your booking is complete you will immediately be given a booking reference number which is all that is needed to board your Belfast Ferry.
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BELFAST FERRY TERMINAL MAP
Map Key: A = Seacat B = Stena Line
BELFAST FERRY PORT INFORMATION
Belfast's location is stunning. Set between the sea on one side and high hills on the other, it has a fresh and open feel. It's a city full of magnificent Victorian buildings, lush green parks, charming pubs, markets and shops.
Stena Line Terminal
From the M3
Follow gantry signs for M3 Stay in lane marked "THE WEST, THE SOUTH" and again at the next gantry marked "THE WEST , THE SOUTH, DOCKS(S)" Follow the gantries for ' DOCKS, YORK STREET ' staying in the right hand lane At second set of traffic lights turn right and move to the left hand lane Just past Yorkgate Leisure Complex/Harry Ramsdens (on your left) turn right at the traffic lights and go under the bridge, stay in the left lane on through the lights along "DOCK STREET"' to the "PORT OF BELFAST" sign.
From the M2
Follow gantry signs for Belfast marked 'M2 BELFAST' Ignore signs for 'DOCKS(N), FORTWILLIAM' Follow gantry signs fo
BELFAST FERRY SPECIAL OFFERS
Below are cheap Belfast Ferry crossings and special offers.
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|Book by 31 December 2006