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Since Brexit, getting to France without travelling through the landbridge has become more and more important for many Irish hauliers. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of all the current sailings between Ireland France.

There are 4 ferry companies operating routes between Ireland and France for freight: Stena Line, DFDS, Irish Ferries and Brittany Ferries.

Vessels depart from Rosslare, Dublin and Cork, heading to Cherbourg, Dunkirk and Roscoff. The busiest port of Ireland regarding France-bound routes is Rosslare, with 11 sailings a week.

Travelling to France from Ireland by ferry is not a short journey;

  • the Rosslare-Cherbourg route takes 18 hours;
  • the Rosslare –Dunkirk route takes 24 hours;
  • the Dublin-Cherbourg route takes 19 hours;
  • the Cork-Roscoff journey takes 15 hours.

Sailings from Rosslare

-> to Cherbourg Stena Line

Stena Line Brittany Ferries
Monday 21:30 20:00
Tuesday 21:30
Wednesday 21:30
Thursday 20:25
Friday
Saturday 16:45
Sunday

Find port and booking information on Stena Line ferries HERE

Find port and booking information on Brittany Ferries HERE

-> to Dunkirk- DFDS

DFDS
Monday 20:00
Tuesday 20:00
Wednesday 20:00
Thursday
Friday 18:00
Saturday 14:00 23:00
Sunday

Find port and booking information on DFDS ferries HERE

Sailings from Dublin

  ->to Cherbourg – Irish Ferries – 18-hour crossing

Image credits @ Irish Ferries

Find port and booking information on Irish Ferries HERE 

  ->to Cherbourg – Stena Lines – 18-hour crossing

DFDS
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday 16:00
Sunday

Find port and booking information on Stena Line ferries HERE 

Sailings from Cork

-> to Roscoff – Brittany Ferries

Find port and booking information on Brittany Ferries HERE 

Key: AM – Armorique; PA – Pont Aven – Image credits @ Brittany Ferries


Photo credit @ Skelling2008/ Flickr

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