Tickets & reservations
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Dublin Port is a purpose built facility for Stena Line’s Superferries. Stena Line’s Ferry Terminal at Dublin is located 6km (4 miles) east of Dublin city centre. Extensive signage on all main roads leading to the port give clear directions.
GPS: 53.349866, -6.196624
Stena Line’s Ferry Terminal at Dublin is located 6km (4 miles) east of Dublin city centre. Extensive signage on all main roads leading to the port give clear directions.
There are 30 car parking spaces at the port:
• Short–term parking rate: €2.00 per hour (minimum charge €1.00)
• Daily parking rate: €9.00 per 24 hours (or part day)
• Long–term parking rate: €50.00 per 7 days
Short term parking is available outside the terminal building. Tickets can be purchased from the parking machine which accepts credit/debit cards for payment as well as coins but does not accept notes. Please make sure that your ticket covers your proposed length of stay. It is important to display a valid parking ticket on the dashboard for the duration of your stay and failure to do so could result in your vehicle being clamped. Vehicle clamping is in operation and the release fine is €80.00. Please note that the machine only accepts Euro coins. Lost tickets are charged at full weekly rate.
The M50 is a barrier-free toll road. This means that cameras, located between junction 6 and 7 on the M50, scan your plate number and charge the toll to the vehicle owner.
Paying for your M50 journey is easy - download the M50 Quick Pay app on Android or Apple or you can go to eFlow.ie and pay online.
It's the driver's responsibility to pay M50 tolls before 8 p.m. the day after travelling. Failure to pay before the deadline will result in a penalty which will be charged to the vehicle owner.
There is no direct train link to Dublin Port.
There is a Luas Red Line tram stop at 'The Point' which is opposite the entrance to Dublin Port however this is a 40 minute (3.2km) walk from Stena Line's ferry terminal. Taxis are available.
Travelling from Dublin to Holyhead
Foot passengers travelling on the 08:15, 14:45 and 20:30 sailings from Dublin can avail of a coach service which will bring you from Dublin City Centre to the Stena Line Ferry Terminal. The coach departs from Westmoreland Street in Dublin City Centre at 07:00, 14:00 and 19:00.
Please note: There is no coach service for passengers departing at 02:15 from Dublin.
Travelling from Holyhead to Dublin
When you arrive in the Stena Line Terminal 2 building at Dublin off the 02:15hrs, 09:00hrs or the 14.45hrs departures from Holyhead, there is also a coach service which will transfer you to Dublin City Centre, stopping at Connolly DART Rail Station and Westmoreland Street.
Please note: There is no coach service for passengers departing at 20:30 from Holyhead.
Adult Single: €3.50
Adult Return: €6.00
Child Single: €2.00
Child Return: €3.00
Payment can be made in cash (Euros only) or via the Dublin Leap card. Credit and Debit cards are not accepted.
For passengers travelling from Stena Line's ferry terminal in Dublin to the centre of Dublin; there is an additional stop-off point at Heuston Rail Station. The fare to travel to this location is €4.50 single per adult and €3.00 single for a child.
There are numerous taxi ranks in Dublin including one at the Stena Line ferry terminal where you can hail a taxi. Alternatively online services such as Uber, Free Now and Bolt are available as well as numerous dial-up services such as Dublin Dial a Cab (+353 1 80 80 800) or NCR (+353 1 67 72 222).