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Belfast is connected to the Isle of Man via the port of Douglas. On average, there are 2 crossings per week between Belfast and the Isle of Man, which are operated by Isle of Man Steam Packet. Crossings from Belfast to Douglas usually take around 2 hours 45 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Belfast and the Isle of Man. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Belfast is a beautiful city surrounded by high hills and the sea. Belfast is a city full of magnificent Victorian buildings, lush green parks and charming pubs.
From Belfast Ferry port, you can easily reach the city centre and the numerous shops and shopping centers. On Saturday mornings you will find a Farm & Specialty Food Market, and on Friday, a 23 seafood stalls Market. In the south of the city there are many chic designer boutiques and plenty of cafes.
Belfast has various attractions for children, like the Odyssey Complex and Belfast Zoo, as well as many interesting museums, theatres and festivals for adults too. Alternatively you could simply walk through Belfast's Victorian streets and discover the history of this fascinating city.
About the Isle of Man
Experience the hospitable and quirky nature of Manx life in a trip to the Isle of Man. There is something to appeal to everyone, whether you are after steam trains, boats, picturesque ports or opportunities for hiking.
The Isle of Man is a small island in the middle of the Irish Sea. Whilst the British Government oversee its defence and foreign relations, it is to all other sense and purposes an independent government. This lends the island a unique sense of independence.