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Here at Ferryprice.com you can compare prices and book ferries serving the Cork Swansea Ferry route. The route is served by Fastnet Line using their luxury cruise ferry, the MV Julia, enabling passengers to enjoy every minute of the crossing.

To start your Cork Swansea Crossing simply select your outward & return routes, then the number of passengers and click the get price button.

Fastnet Line's MV Julia

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Cork Swansea Route

Further Information on the Swansea - Cork Ferry Route

The Cork to Swansea ferry route offered by Brittany Ferries offers a connection between the South of Ireland and the port of Swansea in Wales. This route between Ireland and Wales has just recently been reopened due to passenger demand. All crossings take place onboard the Fastnet Line Flagship, the MV Julia, so you will enjoy every second of this pleasurable cruise across the Irish Sea. To see all other Ireland Ferry Routes - Click Here

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Cork is located in the South of Ireland. The River Lee flows through the city, an island in the river forming the main part of the city centre just before the Lee flows into Lough Mahon and then to Cork Harbour, the world's second largest natural harbour, after Sydney Harbour, Australia. The city is a major Irish seaport — with quays and docks sited along the broad waterway of the Lee on the city's East side. Cork is one of the three constituent cities in the Cork-Limerick-Galway corridor with a population of 1 million people. A direct ferry service is available from Cork to Swansea, with Fastnet Line.

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The Port of Swansea is an Atlantic shipping port operated by Associated British Ports which comprises the King's Dock, Queen's Dock, two dry docks and a roll on/roll off ferry terminal in the River Tawe. A long-established link with Cork in Ireland has recently been restarted by ferry operator, Fastnet Line.

About Fastnet Line

Fastnet Line

Cork - Swansea - Fastnet Line offer one service from Ireland linking Cork and Swansea, operating on the luxury flagship, Pont-Aven. Each journey takes 14 hours but on the spectacular Pont Aven that might not be long enough!

Fastnet Line have introduced a new ferry route operating between Swansea in Wales and Cork in Ireland onboard Cruiseferry, MV Julia. The brand new route connects the M4 directly to Cork saving passengers nearly 400 miles of driving with 6 overnight sailings a week departing at 9:00pm and arriving at 7:00am the following morning. Sail the Irish Sea in comfort, the MV Julia has capacity for up to 1,860 passengers offering a selection of bars, restaurants and superb facilities.

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