Cork Ferry Port
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Cork Ferry Services
Cork offers the shortest and fastest route to the continent from Ireland. Brittany Ferries operate the Cork to Roscoff ferry route. Sailing once a week and taking 14 hours.
Cork Port Information
Cork is Ireland's third largest city, after Dublin and Belfast. Passengers travelling by ferry to Cork will find a vibrant community that is an important seaport. Tourists can visit castles, wildlife parks, a visitors centre and model railway, restored gaol and fort.
Cork benefits from a natural deep water harbour situated on the south coast of Ireland. Today the Port of Cork is a regular destination for cruise passengers and each cruise season welcomes almost 40 cruise ships scheduled to bring approximately 28,000 passengers to the area. Cork ferry port is the gateway to Clare, Kerry, Limerick, and Southern Ireland.
Cork Port Map
Ringaskiddy Terminal, Ringaskiddy, County Cork, Republic of Ireland.
GPS: 51.8969, -8.4863