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Visit Belfast by ferry

If you want to come to Belfast by ferry you’ll find a comfortable and relaxed service available. Alternatively, if you are planning to do some island hopping you’ll be pleased to know that regular ferries run in a square to include Liverpool, Belfast, the Isle of Man and Dublin.

Belfast has traditionally been an important commercial port. This, married with the shipbuilding of Harland & Wolff, has made the Belfast Lough and Lagan River the most talked-about area of Belfast.

The Port of Belfast, lying on the north bank of Belfast Lough, looks across at East Belfast. It is Ireland’s largest ferry port, handling more than two million passengers every year.

The Seacat Ferry runs from Birkenhead Port in Liverpool to Belfast and from Belfast to the Isle of Man and Dublin.

NorseMerchant Ferries offers passengers more than 30 sailings each week between Belfast, Dublin and Birkenhead - Port of Liverpool, with modern vessels providing comfort and reliability all year round.

With the choice of travelling on a day time or night time crossing you can enjoy the many onboard facilities. Sit back, relax, enjoy a meal in the restaurant, unwind with a drink in the lounge, watch a movie or simply relax in one of the spacious cabins all equipped with full en suite facilities. This company also offers super savers and family car deals so look out for those.

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