Ferry from Dublin to the Isle of Man


The historic Isle of Man lies in the middle of the Irish Sea between Ireland and Britain. Ferry is the most popular method by which to travel to the island.

Daily ferry services between Ireland and Douglas, the Manx capital, are provided by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, the oldest passenger shipping company in the world. The two routes provided operate between Dublin and Douglas, and Belfast and Douglas.



The advantages of ferry travel:
  • Take your car on board
  • No baggage weight restrictions
  • Journey time is under 3 hours, with short check-in times
  • Comfortable seating with plenty of legroom
  • Great entertainment options, including a choice of bars and restaurants on board
  • Excellent value. Take a car and 2 adults from only £86/€113 each way

  • Journey times:
  • Dublin-Douglas: 2h 55m approx.

  • Ship information:
    HSC Snaefell, Incat WPC74 (Wave Piercing Catamaran)
    Total length: 74m
    Displacement: 3,003 gross tons
    Passenger capacity: 500 (passengers and crew)
    Vehicle capacity: 88 cars

    For more information on this route, see www.steam-packet.com
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