Travel from Fleetwood in northern England with Stena Line
Please note: The ferry service between Fleetwood and Larne is no longer in operation.
An unassuming and relaxed port town in Lancashire, in the north of England, Fleetwood provided the quickest and most direct ferry route from England to Northern Ireland.
A quaint seaside resort, Fleetwood is the more elegant and relaxed cousin of nearby Blackpool and given an extra twist by the ferry service to Northern Ireland.
Lying just on Lancashire's Irish Sea coast, Fleetwood was built around the deep sea fishing industry. However in the latter part of the twentieth century the Stena Line ferry link with Northern Ireland brought tourism and the shipping industry to the fore. Fleetwood is smartly arranged around a grid pattern and features the impressive Pharos, Beach and Wyre lighthouses. A short distance from the end of the M55, Fleetwood is one of the most accessible ferry ports for travellers from the north of England.
Fleetwood ferry terminal can be found on the west bank of the river Wyre, around 20km from Blackpool.
Fleetwood Ferries Addresses
Compass House, Lancs, FY7 6HP, United Kingdom.
Fleetwood Ferries Ports
Fleetwood ferry terminal contains a number of essential services and facilities including
- Ferry ticket sales and enquiries desks
- Limited car parking facilities
- Hot and cold drinks vending machines
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilet