Ferries to the Isle of Man from Dublin
Dublin ferry terminal lies six kilometres to the East of the city on the North bank of the River Liffey, and offers a 24-hour Waiting Room facility with vending machines for passengers should they require this.
In addition, the terminal has a passenger café and toilet facilities. Car drivers and motorcyclists must check in at the vehicle booth, and foot passengers inside the ferry terminal building.
Crossings between Dublin and the Isle of Man take just under three hours, and operate up to three times per week between April and September. The route is served by both the Manannan and the Ben-my-Chree.
Due to the infrequent number of taxis at the ferry terminal, it is advisable to pre-book this mode of transport prior to your arrival in the port.
Dublin Ferry Port Information
Dublin Ferry Port Address
Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Passenger Terminal
Terminal No 1
Terminal Road South
Directions to Dublin Ferry Port
Unfortunately no railway services run to Dublin Port. It is advisable to either take a bus, or a taxi from the centre of the city. It is estimated that a taxi will cost between EUR 10 and EUR 12 during periods of low traffic.
Dublin Bus operates a route directly between the ferry port and the city centre, from Talbot Street to Terminal Road South (route 53). For full timetables and travel information please click on the following link: https://www.dublinbus.ie/en/Your-Journey1/Timetables/All-Timetables/53/
NB Information correct as at 14 July 2015. Manx Ferries cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of information provided by external websites.