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STRANRAER FERRIES WITH STENA LINE
Book a Stranraer Ferry for your conventional of fast ferry crossing from Stranraer port to the Irish port of Belfast with Stena Line. Book online a Stranraer Ferry crossing ticket with whichferry.co.uk

STRANRAER FERRY PORT INFORMATION
Stranraer is the largest settlement in south west Scotland. It lies at the head of Loch Ryan, on the north side of the neck of land that prevents the Rhins of Galloway becoming an island. Just over the Border from England and less than two hours drive from Glasgow, the ferry port of Stranraer is Scotlands gateway to Ireland - only 90 minutes away by fast ferry Stena Line operates two types of ferry between Stranraer and Belfast: - The "Stena Voyager" is a high speed catamaran which travels at 40 knots. It is 127 metres long and is propelled by waterjets. Stena Voyager carries up to 1,500 passengers and 350 cars from Stranraer port to Belfast port in only 105 minutes. - The "Stena Caledonia" and "Stena Galloway" are multi-purpose propeller driven ferries, carrying 1,000 passengers and 285 cars each, at around 19 knots making the Stranraer to Belfast ferry crossing in about 3 hours.

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DIRECTIONS BY CAR
Three major road routes link us to the North of England and Central Scotland. Dumfries and Galloway is just a three hour drive along the M6 from Manchester. Join the M6 from Leeds or Hull by starting on the M62. Coming from London? Take the M1 and join the M6 for a seven hour trip. Once in Dumfries and Galloway, take the A75 west to reach the Stranraer, Portpatrick and Cairnryan area. If coming from the North west take the A77 south.



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BELFAST FERRIES WITH STENA LINE
Book a Belfast Ferry to the Scotish port of Stranraer with Stena Line. Book a Belfast Ferry with whichferry.co.uk

BELFAST FERRY PORT INFORMATION
The Location of Belfast is stunning. Set between the sea on one side and high hills on the other, it has a fresh and open feel. It is a city full of magnificent Victorian buildings, lush green parks, charming pubs, markets and shops.

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DIRECTIONS BY CAR
From the M3 Follow gantry signs for M3 Stay in lane marked "THE WEST, THE SOUTH" and again at the next gantry marked "THE WEST , THE SOUTH, DOCKS(S)" Follow the gantries for "DOCKS, YORK STREET" staying in the right hand lane At second set of traffic lights turn right and move to the left hand lane Just past Yorkgate Leisure Complex/Harry Ramsdens (on your left) turn right at the traffic lights and go under the bridge, stay in the left lane on through the lights along "DOCK STREET" to the "PORT OF BELFAST" sign.


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