Ferries serving Scotland

Caledonian MacBrayne

Run numerous services between the Inner and Outer Hebrides and mainland Scotland.

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Pentland Ferries

Serving Stromness in the Orkney islands.

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NorthLink Ferries

Offers daily services between both Orkney (Kirkwall) and Shetland and ports in northeast Scotland.

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Ferry Crossings

There are also several ferry crossings from Northern Ireland to Scotland every day.

Stena Line

Stena Line runs up to six daily crossings between Belfast and Cairnryan in southwest Scotland. The crossing takes 2¼ hours. Transport from Cairnryan to Glasgow is provided by Scottish Citylink or a shuttle bus can take passengers to Stranraer railway station, which offers an hourly service to Ayr.

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P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries run up to nine sailings per day on the shortest, fastest crossing between Larne & Cairnryan. The slightly longer Larne-Troon service has two crossings per day and operates March – October.

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You can find information on timetables, ferry operators and making bookings at Ferry savers.

Glasgow, Scotland, G3 8YW
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