Ferries to Larne
P&O Ferries have two routes from the UK mainland to Northern Ireland. There are ferries from Cairnryan and Troon on a daily basis with a duration of 2 hours.
There is a daily fast craft crossing from Troon that has a short sailing time of 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Ferry routes to Larne
||2 hours 15 mins
|Up to 7 daily
|P&O (fast craft)
||1 hour 15 mins
Due to the very short durations of routes to Larne thee are no accomodation option. All routes do boast a Club Lounge.
Onboard Facilities and Information
Both ferry routes to Larne, (normal and fast craft) offer a self service restaurant, coffe shop and bar.
Pets are permitted on both routes. Pets must remain in the owners vehicle.
Campsites near Larne
More about Larne
Larne is both a seaside port and a market town with a heavy emphasis on industry on the coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It has been an important seaport for over ten centuries, and now serves as a major passenger and freight terminal. Larne has a population of around 32,000.
Although Larne is not dependent on tourism, there is still plenty to see and do. There are a number of sandy beaches and bays, including one at Magheramorne, which is five miles south of Larne and includes a film studio where some scenes for the incredibly popular HBO TV series Game of Thrones were filmed.
Larne is an area with a great deal of natural outstanding beauty that's really worth exploring. There are a number of parks to visit, including the Town Park which rises above the peaceful seafront area. Curran Park has an extensive children's play area plus camping facilities. If you are a golfer you will be pleased to know there are two 18-hole courses.
Also worth a visit are the ruins of Olderfleet Castle at Curran Point, which was originally built in the 1200s, plus the Larne Museum and Arts Centre, in the town centre.