Fastnet Line Ferries

Fastnet Line

Coronavirus ferry travel advice

Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.

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

You can use AFerry to book a Fastnet ferry to Wales from Ireland and to Ireland from Wales. The Fastnet Line Cork Swansea route is very popular as it can save you hours of driving compared to other routes across the Irish Sea and overnight sailings allow you to arrive feeling fresh and relaxed. AFerry always has cheap prices for Brittany Ferries and the latest special offers.

You can use AFerry to book Fastnet Line ferries to Cork and Swansea. See below for the latest Fastnet Line prices and sailing times. Click on your ferry route for a detailed Fastnet Line timetable.


Check-in Information

Check-in will open from 2.5 hours prior to departure, except on day sailings when it is 1.5 hours before. Check-in closes 60 minutes prior to departure. Restaurants and facilities will be open when passenger boarding commences.

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      On board Fastnet Line ferries

      The m/v Julia is the name of Fastnet Line's modern ferry ship. On board you will find a full range of facilities to help make your crossing pass quickly. This modern and well equipped ship has a capacity for 1,860 passengers and each of its 300 cabins is of the highest standards. In addition to the cabins and comortable seating throughout, you will also find children's facilities and a cinema. In addition, there are seven bars and restaurants offering a selection of delicious food and snacks as well as hot, cold and alcoholic drinks.

      Any Fastnet Line ferry crossing, whether on the Fastnet Line Cork Swansea route or the Fastnet Line Swansea Cork route, is bound to be relaxing and enjoyable. So what are you waiting for? Book simply and securely with AFerry.


      • 26 Nov 2011
        journey from Swansea to Cork
        • overall this was an excellent journey. Very convenient for myself given that I live nearby. I have used it before and this was one of the best journeys I have had. I am very sad that the ferry has been cancelled until next April and indeed I was affected by this with my return journey. I really hope that a way can be found to retain this service in the future. I do not want to have to resort to air travel or to the less convenient services that sail to the east coast of Ireland.

          Review by Anon

      • 03 Nov 2011
        plenty time
        • Great to be able to drive from dover to swansea in an afternoon,get there and relax: plenty time allowed for a meal and a good night sleep...Thanks.

          Review by carl herpels

      • 24 Oct 2011
        • Queuing for the ferry at Swansea Port was long and boring. The addition of a coffee/tea lounge would be a benefit.

          Review by Joan Myers

      • 20 Oct 2011
        The comfy way to Ireland
        • Crew without doubt the friendliest ever. Fastnet dinner expensive but v welcome.

          Review by Daniel Windham

      • 20 Oct 2011
        Superb end to my visit to Ireland - my second home
        • After a very slow check in ( reason for my 4*) everything went perfectly - very efficient, freindly staff - good food - good service and comfortable accomodation in our three berth cabim. Very good communication from the bridge and bursar - excellent all round - including the sea conditions. look forward to using the service in the not too far distant future.

          Review by IVAN THOMPSON

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