Rosslare Ferry


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Rosslare Routes

Book a ferry to Rosslare with AFerry. Ferries to Rosslare, in Ireland, are available from France and Wales. You can take a ferry to Rosslare from Cherbourg, Fishguard, Pembroke and Roscoff.

Rosslare Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Rosslare are operated by Irish Ferries and Stena Line. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Rosslare, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Rosslare, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Cork and Dublin to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Rosslare ferries with Irish Ferries and Stena Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Rosslare will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Fishguard - Rosslare
(Stena Line)
  • Booked: Saturday, 12 October 2019
  • Travel: Saturday, 26 October 2019 - Sunday, 27 October 2019
  • Car + 1
Cherbourg - Rosslare
(Stena Line)
  • Booked: Saturday, 12 October 2019
  • Travel: Wednesday, 6 November 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 1
Pembroke - Rosslare
(Irish Ferries)
  • Booked: Friday, 4 October 2019
  • Travel: Thursday, 7 November 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 2

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About Rosslare

Rosslare is a village in County Wexford on the south-east coast of Ireland. In Ireland, Rosslare is known as the "Sunny South-East". Every year it receives 300 hours more sunshine than anywhere else in Ireland, making Rosslare into a top tourist destination.

Furthermore, the sandy beach in Rosslare is a Blue Flag beach that attracts families, swimmers and surfers alike. If you like playing golf, then near Rosslare, there are many golf courses including the New Ross Golf Club, a fine 18 hole parkland course, which is well worth a few hours play. In the town centre there are good hotels, restaurants and bars. It is also worth exploring Rosslare's beautiful countryside with all the parks, fascinating villages and amazing views, which are hard to forget.

There are many places and villages to visit around Rosslare, like the Yola Farmstead Folk Park; Kilmore Quay (picturesque fishing village); Ballinskar, a village in which Spielberg shot some battle scenes for the film 'Saving Private Ryan'; and The Irish National Heritage Park where you will find audio-visual guided or self guided walks, which illustrate history from the Stone Age up to the early Norman Period.

Ferries to and from Rosslare

Onboard the Irish Ferries Oscar Wilde vessel you will find a selection of cabins and suites, a waiter-service restaurant, entertainment lounge, brasserie, bar and lounge areas, a piano bar, 2 cinemas, children's play areas, a steakhouse and extensive shopping facilities. Free WiFi is also available to all passengers.

Stena Line operates conventional cruise ferries on most of its UK based routes, which have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, Wi-Fi access, bars, cafés and a restaurant as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.

Rosslare port facilities

Rosslare ferry port is well linked by railway and buses to all regions in Ireland and provides an excellent gateway to France. Rosslare ferry port offers a full range of services and facilities. In the Terminal building, you will find check-in areas, children's play-area, baby-changing facilities, car rental, shops, bureau de change, immigration facilities, lounges, toilets, a restaurant and the Waterfront Bar.

Getting to Rosslare

The operator Bus Eireann runs a bus service to and from Rosslare Harbour. Irish Rail operates a train service to and from Rosslare Europort. The motorway N25 links Waterford directly to Rosslare.

From Kilkenny, take the motorway N10/Ring Road; at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Bennettsbridge Road/R700, then after 14 Km turn left at Lady's Well St/R700, turn right at N9/Newtown Terrace, then turn right at Logan's St/N9 and turn left at R700/The Quay, turn right and follow Dangan Terrace/R700 for 21 Km, at the junction with the N30, turn right and after 0.7 Km turn left and stay on it for another 3.4 Km; then turn left at the N25 junction and continue for the last 47 Km toward Rosslare.

From Dublin, take the motorway M50 South, continue on the M11 and N11; take the exit; at the roundabout take the 2nd exit, at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto Arklow Rd that continues as Main St; turn left at the R741/The Ave and continue for 42 Km; turn left at Commercial Quay/R730, then at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N25, after 7 Km turn left at R740 and continue the last 4 km toward Rosslare.

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Port Addresses

Irish Ferries

Rosslare Harbour, Co. Wexford, Republic of Ireland

Stena Line

The Ferry Terminal, Rosslare Harbour, Country Wexford, Republic of Ireland


  • 30 Sep 2019
    • Not a lot of space, I find the larger ferry more comfortable, the Nordic is cramped and not very comfortable for the older travellers ,lots of stairs also. I found disembarking quicker on the larger ferry,

      Review by KATE MURPHY

  • 27 Sep 2019
    Not really anything to dislike.
    • Apart from the price I found Irish Ferries met my needs. We always use the Club Class lounge.

      Review by ANDREW HOOKWAY

  • 21 Sep 2019
    • The trip was smooth and the lounge comfortable but in need of some TLC for recliners

      Review by Anon

  • 18 Sep 2019
    Trip to Ireland
    • We traveled from Pembroke to Rosslare. Very good trip both ways. Club Class seats well worth the extra money. Could do with extra toilets on the deck as only one female and male cubical. We were fortunate that it wasn't very busy so not really a problem, a part from that very good journey.

      Review by MICHAEL CROTTY

  • 14 Sep 2019
    Comfortable but bring a blanket!
    • The ferry was clean and comfortable and we had a nice snack before we set off a little late due to bad weather which had delayed crossings earlier in the day. It was quite rough but we slept fairly comfortably across some seats in the bar. It was a bit cold though, next time I'm bringing a blanket and a pillow - as many of the more seasoned travellers were equipped with!

      Review by ANDREW RICKSON

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