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Book ferries to Cork from Roscoff in France with AFerry.co.uk

Ferries from Cork Ferry Port in Ireland go to Roscoff in France with the ferry operator Brittany Ferries. Below, you can see the departure board, which offers a more comprehensive idea of the schedules. You can also see our best offer prices.

Please note that Fastnet Line ferries has paused its operations and therefore Cork to Swansea ferries cannot be booked through AFerry.co.uk at the current time.

Cork Offers - Our Lowest Prices & Deals

  • Cork - Roscoff

    • 1 x Foot Passenger(s) Return
      Travel: 13/05/2017 - 19/05/2017
    • from: £191
    • Brittany Ferries
    • passenger(s)

Cork Offers - Our Lowest Prices & Deals

  • Roscoff - Cork

    • Car + 2 Return
      Travel: 05/05/2017 - 13/05/2017
    • from: £273
    • Brittany Ferries
    • passenger(s)

Cork Offers - Our Lowest Prices & Deals

  • Cork - Roscoff

    • Car + 4 Return
      Travel: 08/04/2017 - 21/04/2017
    • from: £528
    • Brittany Ferries
    • passenger(s)

Cork Ferry Times & Sailing Information

  • Cork - Roscoff (Brittany Ferries)

  • Roscoff - Cork (Brittany Ferries)

Ferries to and from Cork

Brittany Ferries operate these crossings onboard one of their most luxurious £100 million flagship vessels, the Pont-Aven which in itself is a holiday. The Pont Aven is a state of the art cruise liner with features such as a vast swimming pool and leisure area, all round promenades on the deck and a high atrium with panoramic views along with various restaurants and bars and superb accommodation.


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About Cork

St. Finn Barre's Cathedral, a fine example of French Gothic architecture, The Tudor - Gothic University College with its attractive riverside quadrangle, the Blackrock Castle, The Crawford Gallery with interesting sculpture collection, Beamish Stout Brewery, the Jameson Heritage Centre, The Royal Gun Powder mills along with open air street markets which represent the folk culture of Cork are just a few of the many attractions in and around Cork.

Cork city is located slightly upstream on the River Lee to the northwest of Cork Harbour, whereas Ringaskiddy lies on the lower harbour on the western shore and has therefore been developed into a modern deep water ferry port because of its easy access to Cork and surrounding cities.

Thanks to a sustained period of traffic growth and investment in modern facilities extending over the past 35 years, Cork is today acknowledged as one of Europe's most progressive and successful ferry ports.

Cork is a very important sea port, offering shortest and fastest ferry route to the continent from Ireland. The Port of Cork is enjoying high traffic with an average of 36 cruise ships scheduled.

Cork port

Cork Ferry Port is situated in Ringaskiddy village 12 miles to the south of Cork city, in Ireland. Cork Harbour is one of the largest natural harbours in the world and is located at the mouth of River Lee. Sailing from Cork to Swansea often saves a 300 mile round trip in driving time, and this great route can be booked online with AFerry.co.uk. Cork also offers the quickest trips from Ireland to the Continent.

Cork port facilities

Cork Ferry Port has excellent modern facilities to ensure the safe and smooth passage of passengers through the port.

Parking facility is available at the port but please call 00 353 (0) 21 4277 801 for more information.

Cork Ferry Port Directions

Take the N25 South Link road from the Cork City and then take the N28 to Ringaskiddy and follow signs to the ferry terminal. Dublin is linked through N8 and N20 links Cork - Limerick and Galway.

The train station is on the Lower Glanmire road less than a mile from the city centre. Nationwide trains operate from here. Irish Rail's travel centre is located at 65 Patrick Street for all enquiries.

There is an hourly service from Cork train station to the Ferry port which takes approximately 45 minutes.Private buses operate from various points along St. Patrick's street and from outside Mulligan's on Parnell Place.

All Cork Ferries Reviews

based on 12 reviews
  • 02 August 2014
    A very enjoyable trip
    • Cork to Roscoff with Brittany Ferries

      I travel to Ireland every year in July and January and definitely my favourite and most comfortable crossings are always with Brittany ferries. A great pity they don't do Cork Roscoff in the winter!

      Review by charlotte chetwnd talbot, With Friends.

  • 29 May 2014
    Visiting family and friends
    • Roscoff to Cork with Brittany Ferries

      We enjoyed the journey. Staff were nice. Food was good. Water for tea was cold. Could do with another pillow or better quality one.

      Review by pleasant but not wonderful, Couple.

  • 24 September 2013
    Some surprising inadequacies
    • Cork to Roscoff with Brittany Ferries

      The ferry itself was pleasant enough, but I was just amazed that there was only one restaurant on board (not counting the self - service one) and the fact that the people actually had to line up for at least an hour to book a seat. The duty free shop was also very basic. We were foot passengers and for some reason all our crowd, with all luggage and children had to go down the staircase on foot in Roscoff and to get out through the exit for cars! I thought it was very dangerous.

      Review by svetlana andryushchenko, With Friends.

  • 14 July 2013
    My comments
    • Roscoff to Cork with Brittany Ferries

      As an infrequent ferry user, we found this crossing very good, apart from the very rough seas which is beyond anybody's control. Cabins though small, were good.

      Review by Ed Reid, Couple.

  • 19 September 2012
    Almost a disaster...
    • Roscoff to Cork with Brittany Ferries

      The company decided to change Roscoff to Brest and I did not receive any information about this change. Fortunatly I asked the ticket agent if the route had any delay and in this moment she said the route had been changed of Port. I had to drive at the last minute from Roscoff to Brest and arrive on time.

      Review by EDUARD DENUC, Solo Traveller.

Cork Port Map

Cork Port Address

fastnet Line

Ringaskiddy Terminal, Ringaskiddy, County Cork, Republic of Ireland.

Brittany Ferries

Ringaskiddy Terminal, Ringaskiddy, County Cork, Republic of Ireland.

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