Ferries to the Isle of Man from Belfast
The Belfast to Isle of Man route operates during the summer season (generally from late March to late October), with crossings taking just under three hours. The route is mainly served by the fast-craft ‘Manannan’ vessel, although occasionally the Ben-my-Chree will be used to transport passengers.
The Belfast ferry terminal has a small snack bar open for passengers during the check-in period, as well as passenger toilets.
Belfast Ferry Port Information
Belfast Ferry Port Address
Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Passenger Terminal
Directions to Belfast Ferry Port
Unfortunately there are no trains that operate to the Belfast ferry port. It is recommended passengers take a short taxi ride from the centre of Belfast.
Translink Metro operates a daily service (Number 96) between Upper Queen Street in the centre of Belfast and the Stena Line Ferry Port at Belfast Docks. Journeys take approximately 20 minutes. Please note that this service is more frequent during the weekday rush hour periods than at other times of the day and at weekends. For further route information please follow this link: https://www.translink.co.uk/Services/Metro-Service-Page/
The Steam Packet ferry terminal can also be reached in a short taxi journey.
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