Irish Ferries go to great lengths to make your travel plans as easy as possible with a special arrangement for caravans and bikes, and cars can carry as much luggage as you can fit into the vehicle. When you get to Holyhead port there is only a thirty minute check in process and for cat and dog owners, your pets will have no problems when entering Dublin. At a time of higher fuel prices, the ferry company has decided not to put on extra fuel surcharges and all taxes are included.
While onboard the Holyhead Dublin ferry you may want to secure extra comfort and peace and you can do this using the Club Class lounges. The Club Class benefits include priority boarding and you will have a reserved Lounge and exclusive Lounge Bar, along with complimentary refreshments and newspapers, as well as discounts in the onboard shop.
Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland (formally known as Eire) and commonly known as Southern Ireland. The city sits hard up to the Irish Sea, which separates it from the rest of Britain. Many people arrive in Dublin straight off the ferry from Holyhead which is some 60 miles east away on the English coast.
The city is regarded as having one of the most beautiful bays in the world on its doorstep. Dublin bay is nearly 6 miles long and helps protect Dublin from the rough Irish sea. The River Liffey flows through the centre of Dublin and it also has the Royal canal sitting to its north and the Grand Canal to its south. These form a natural three quarter semi circle and they mark the recognised boundary of the city centre.