Swansea Cork Ferries

Swansea Cork Ferries

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Swansea Cork ferries ceased operating in 2006. Don't worry though as you can find a ferry to Swansea or Cork on our Fastnet Line page. AFerry always has the latest special offers and deals for Fastnet Line ferries.

See below for the latest Fastnet Line prices and sailing times. Click on your ferry route for a detailed Fastnet Line ferry timetable with arrival and departure times.


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    Alternative Operators

    The Swansea Cork route was re-started by Fastnet Line in March 2010.

    On board Fastnet Lines

    Fastnet Line's modern ferry ship is called the m/v Julia. On board you will find a full range of facilities to help make your journey 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. There are seven bars and restaurants offering you a selection of delicious food and snacks as well as hot, cold and alcoholic drinks.

    Any Fastnet Line ferry journey, whether on the Fastnet Line Cork Swansea route or the Fastnet Line Swansea Cork service is bound to be relaxing and enjoyable.

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