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Here at Ferryprice.com you can compare prices and book ferries serving the Troon Larne Ferry route. P&O Irish Sea Ferries offer up to 14 crossings a week available during peak season. A choice of both high speed and conventional ferry services on offer.

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

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Troon Larne Route

Further Information on the Troon - Larne Ferry Route

Troon - Larne is one of three ferry routes between Scotland and Northern Ireland. Each crossing takes 1 hour and 45 minutes using the high speed service and up to 2 hours and 45 minutes hours using the conventional ferries. P&O also offer a route between Larne and Cairnryan or try the Stena Line service between Stranraer and Belfast for a convenient crossing direct to the capital. Please note that the fast ferry service does not run during the winter months.

Port of Troon - For Full Information - Click Here

Troon is a town in South Ayrshire, Scotland. It is situated on the west coast, about eight miles north of Ayr and three miles northwest of Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. Lying across the Firth of Clyde, the Isle of Arran can be seen. Troon is also a port with freight and ferry services — the P&O Express to Larne and a yacht marina.

Troon Harbour played a notable part in the development of the town for many years. It was home to the Ailsa Shipbuilding Company, which constructed many vessels for worldwide customers but mainly small passenger and various merchant vessels. The fishing fleet from Ayr moved to Troon Harbour and a revitalisation of the abandoned section of the harbour started. An approach road was constructed to connect to a P&O terminal which operates a service to Ireland. The Seacat high speed ferry service briefly operated from Troon Harbour but has now ended.

Larne Ferry Port - For Full Information - Click Here

Ferries sail from the Larne harbour to destinations including Troon and Troon in Scotland, and Troon in England. Larne is a substantial seaport and industrial town on the east coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It has been used as a seaport for over 1,000 years, and is today a major passenger and freight roll-on roll-off port. Larne is twinned with Clover, South Carolina.

P&O Irish Sea

P&O Irish Sea

Cairnryan - Larne - P&O offer up to 8 departures on week days and up to 6 departures on weekends between Cairnryan and Larne. Crossing time is around one hour and 45 minutes depending on conditions.

Troon - Larne - P&O Currently only offer the route between Larne and Troon during the Summer Months. During this period 2 crossings are available per day, again with an average crossing time of one hour and 45 minutes.

P&O Irish Sea is a constituent company of P&O. This sector of P&O is registered as based in Dover, Kent. P&O also operate a number of routes in the English Channel and North Sea and trade under the name P&O Ferries.

P&O Irish Sea was formed in 1998 following the merger of the Cairnryan based services of P&O European Ferries and Pandoro Ltd, who operated routes between England, Scotland and France to Ireland.

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