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Port of Cork

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Port of Cork Address Cork Ferry Address
Port of Cork
9 Olderfleet Road,
County Antrim,
BT40 1AS,
Northern Ireland
Cork Port Location Map
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Cork Port Ferry Overview

Cork has always been an important seaport. It began on an island in the swampy estuary of the River Lee, and gradually climbed up the steep banks on either side. Today the river flows through Cork city in two main channels, so that you find yourself constantly crossing bridges.

Cork Ferry port is situated at Ringaskiddy, 16 km SE via the N28. A direct sea link is available to Roscoff in France with Brittany Ferries. A long-established link with Swansea in Wales has recently been restarted by ferry operator, Fastnet Line. A connecting bus service is available from the ferryport to the city centre. Plans for a water taxi service are being finalised to provide traffic free connections for both commuters and tourists alike.

Cork is a very important sea port in Ireland, offering shortest and fastest ferry route to the continent from the Irish Republic. Cork Ferry Port is located in the village of Ringaskiddy, 12 miles south of Cork city centre. Cork ferries enjoy the use of one of the largest natural harbours in the world. The modern ferry port facilities have been developed along the deep waters of the River Lee.

The Port of Cork is offers the quickest route to the continent with Brittany Ferries

Ferries from Cork
Ferry Operator Ferry Route
Brittany Ferries Brittany Ferries Cork - Roscoff
Fastnet Line Fastnet Line Cork - Swansea

Alternative Route
Ferry Operator Ferry Route
Irish Ferries Irish Ferries Rosslare - Roscoff
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Cork Port Directions & Facilities

By Car - Cork Ferryport is connected to Cork City by the N28. Take the N28 to Ringaskiddy and follow signs to the ferry terminal.

By Train - The train station is on the Lower Glanmire road less than a mile from the city centre.

Facilities - The port of Cork's ferry terminal has limited facilities and passengers requiring facilities beyond waiting areas and refreshments should head into Ringaskiddy where the post office offers a bureau de change counter and tourist information centre.

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