- published: 28 Aug 2013
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For information & to buy tickets online see https://www.seat61.com/Ireland.htm A video guide to the journey from London Euston to Dublin, taking a train from London to Holyhead and the Irish Ferries ship 'Ulysses' from Holyhead to Dublin. London depart 09:10 (08:15 Sundays), Holyhead arrive 12:50, sail 14:20, Dublin arrive 17:25. London to Dublin costs £40 in advance, £45 on the day or when the £40 fares have sold out. Any day, any date, the price with either be £40 or £45, one or the other. That covers the train AND the ferry all on one ticket for one price. SailRail fares are available from any British station to Dublin or any Irish station, and it's zonally priced, so Canterbury, Brighton, Norwich or Dover to Dublin is also £40 or £45.
I have started my trip to Ireland! I was so excited to go on the Stena car ferry to Dublin because I have never been on it before! We traveled to Holyhead and we were able to get into the "First Class" lounge, which was amazing, but I was feeling queasy because of having my rabies injection earlier. We then drove to Kinnegard and onto Achill Islands through the Wild Atlantic Way. Stena Ferry - http://www.stenaline.ie Achill Islands - http://www.achilltourism.com ---------------------------------------------------- Our Story: We are a young couple currently studying at different universities in the UK (so sort of in a long-distance relationship). We want to share with you our loving relationship, our student lives as well as our home, which is actually all the way in Bahrain, in the Middl...
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http://www.eurodestination.com/holyhead-to-dublin-port-on-irish-ferries-ulysses.htm Ulysses is one of the largest superferries in the world and operates between the ports of Holyhead in North Wales and Dublin. It has four car decks and can carry two hundred lorries. It also has a cinema, the largest club class lounge you have every seen, and can carry 1900 passengers. Many thanks to Irish Ferries for allowing us to film.
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A short clips of the Tall Ships Competitors moored in Dublin Docklands. The video was taken as the Mexican Ship, Cuauhtemoc, join the other competitors in the Docklands under tow from Dublin's Harbourmaster. Footage taken by Sgmn Terry Healy, from an Air Corps helicopter.
Travel from Dublin to London from €72 return with Bus Éireann Eurolines and Irish Ferries. Bus Éireann Eurolines coach and ferry day services runs from Dublin to Birmingham and London. The Eurolines service departs from Dublin (Busaras) at 0700, and arrive in Birmingham city centre at 1530 and London city centre at 1900. The crossing is be onboard one of the largest car ferries in the world, the Irish Ferries "Ulysses". www.irishferries.com The night-time service sees two coaches depart daily from Dublin Busaras, travelling via Holyhead on Irish Ferries and onwards to Leeds and London, the latter including stops in Manchester and Birmingham. The adult fares includes two medium size suitcases and all taxes costs from €72 return and €85 return for all other locations on the Bus Éireann na...
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Keep up to date with all the latest Irish and international news and current affairs with http://www.rte.ie/newsnow Follow us on twitter @rtenewsnow and on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTENewsNow Tall Ships have begun arriving up the River Liffey in Dublin ahead of the Tall Ship Festival this weekend.
Once you arrive on Ulysses, you're onboard the largest car ferry on the Irish Sea! The scale of this ship is truly impressive. There is so much to do from a walking tour of the ship to dining in style. See the benefits our Club Class lounge has to offer, relax, enjoy a complimentary snack and a drink whilst experiencing panoramic sea views.
the fast ferry form dublin to holyhead