Celtic Link Ferries

Celtic Link

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Please note that Stena Line has acquired the Celtic Link business on the route between Rosslare and Cherbourg, with effect from 31 March 2014. If you have previously made a booking with Celtic Link, your booking will have been transferred to Stena Line and your booking reference will remain the same.

Please visit our Stena Line page for more details or to make a booking.

Celtic Link Ferries provided services to France and Ireland. Established in 2005, Celtic link's modern and well equipped ferry - the Celtic Horizon made ferry crossings relaxing and enjoyable. This ship is now running under the name of Stena Horizon for Stena Line. AFerry always has cheap prices for Ireland to France ferries and the latest special offers.


Check-in Information

Check-in is at least 45 minutes prior to departure for all vehicles.

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      On board Celtic Link ferries

      Celtic Link offered a variety of on board services on their ferry, the Celtic Horizon. The Celtic Horizon, built in 2006, was at that time the newest conventional ferry on the Ireland to France route. This has now been renamed The Stena Horizon and is operating under Stena Line.

      The ship has capacity for up to 1000 passengers, 200 cars and up to 120 freight vehicles.

      On board there are 110 cabins, and to help you relax during your journey you will also find a bar, a restaurant serving fresh food, comfortable lounges, a shop and even a cinema!


      • 05 Jan 2015
        Not the best start to our Christmas Holidays!
        • We travelled on this ferry on our way home for Christmas holidays. We had to park our car on top of the ship which meant that it was exposed to the elements overnight. This is the first time we have had such an experience when travelling by ferry. On entering the ship, we had to queue for over half an hour for our room key. Our annoyance at having to do this was worsened by the unpleasant stench of fish and toilets that seemed to permeate the corridors. The food on-board was passable at best. The café bar was closed. The staff spoke very little English and looked very scared every time they were asked questions. The smell of paint near the bar and restaurant was explained to us by one of the bar men, who told us that painting had been going on earlier that day. Overall, the ferry was in poor condition, was uncomfortable and lacked the basic facilities we have come to expect when travelling by ferry.

          Review by Stephen O'Brien

      • 04 Oct 2014
        Crossing from Cherbourg to Rosslare
        • Perfect crossing, friendly staff, disabled friendly and helpful.

          Review by Paul

      • 21 May 2014
        The Wine Trip
        • Booking the journey was straight-forward and presented no difficulties. We did not use the catering on the way out because my wife was ill BUT we did use it on the way back and found it to be great. ALL staff were friendly and courteous at all times, particularly when we were trying to find our cabin. The cabins were clean and as comfortable as you could reasonably expect on an overnight journey. Reception staff were very friendly and totally efficient. On the return journey we did manage to get a cabin, something I would recommend, as we rang up the Cherbourg office of Stena a couple of days before we were due to return and got sorted out! It was particularly important to us as we had to drive from Rosslare to the north coast. The sea was a mill-pond all the way back which meant a good nights rest before the long journey home. Our trip was to buy wine and to visit my brother. The cost of the crossing was very attractive and a couple of hours easy driving in France got us to our destination. NOTHING negative to say about this booking!

          Review by Robert Hedley

      • 04 Apr 2014
        Very kind personnel
        • Very kind personnel.

          Review by lena karpov

      • 26 Mar 2014
        Cherbourg to Rosslare with Celtic Link Ferries
        • bad weather.No information on the board. but on time so god.

          Review by Marek Riedel

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