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Covid-19 Travel Requirements

 

Passengers travelling to the Republic of Ireland from Britain or France

Please click here for details on the requirement to have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken up to 72 hours prior to arrival in Ireland and further restrictions that apply. 

 

Please note: Travel from the Republic of Ireland to Britain is unaffected.

 

Passengers travelling to France

You must complete and carry this Exemption Certificate to confirm your reason for travel during curfew hours. This certificate must be carried with you at all times and presented to the relevant authorities upon their request. Failure to comply may result in a €135 fine. UK passport holders must also have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken up to 72 hours prior to arrival in France.  Read more about the curfew and exemption certificate here.  

 

Advice for all passengers

You can amend your booking online. Read more on how to amend your booking here.

 

For the most up to date Government advice on travel please visit https://bit.ly/2LJmOWe if you’re in the UK and https://bit.ly/34tFwbb if you’re in Ireland.

From €109

single car + driver

Ferry from Dublin to Holyhead

Dublin to Wales ferry

Travel by ferry to Britain and get away the easy way to Holyhead, North Wales and beyond. Enjoy the best experience on the Irish Sea on-board the Stena Adventurer or Stena Estrid superferries travelling from Dublin to Holyhead four times per day in only 3 hours and 15 minutes.

 

No matter how many times you go, you find yourself drawn back to Britain time and time again! With a choice of 4 ferry crossings daily and no baggage charges why not pack it all in? There's so much to do in Britain so bring all the gear you need on the ferry from Dublin to the port of Holyhead to hike, bike or sightsee and enjoy a Car-cation with Stena Line today.

 

As of June 8 2020, there are new UK entrance rules regarding Covid-19. If you have arrived into Ireland within the last 14 days from overseas, you will need to complete a passenger locator form and continue your self-isolation.