Book a ferry from Swansea to Cork in Ireland with AFerry.ie
Please note that Fastnet Line ferries is no longer in operation and therefore Swansea to Cork ferries cannot be booked through AFerry.
Swansea is the second largest city in Wales, and a major sporting, shopping and cultural centre, as well as an excellent place to start a trip to the UK, thanks to its superb connections, such as its close proximity to the M4 motorway. From Swansea ferry port you can catch a ferry to Cork in Ireland with the operator Fastnet Line which operates the Swansea-Cork route. Below you can find Swansea departure times alongside a selection of our best prices.
Ferries to and from Swansea
The m/v Julia is the name of Fastnet Line's modern ferry ship. On board you will find a full range of facilities to help make your crossing pass quickly. This modern and well equipped ship has a capacity for 1,860 passengers and each of its 300 cabins is of the highest standards. In addition to the cabins and comortable seating throughout, you will also find children's facilities and a cinema. In addition, there are seven bars and restaurants offering a selection of delicious food and snacks as well as hot, cold and alcoholic drinks.
Mumbles Head is a rock formation and tourist resort situated off to one side of Swansea. If I were to tell you that it comes from the French word mamelles, meaning 'breasts', you could probably work out why it got this name when you look at the rocks.
You should also take time to sample Welsh Rarebit and Welsh Cakes, both of which will melt in your mouth and leave you craving for more.
Swansea port facilities
At Swansea port's terminal there are a number of handy facilities you can use before embarking onto your ferry.
Getting to Swansea
Travelling from the east take junction 42 on the M4 and follow the A483 to Swansea, you will see signs for 'ferries' as you approach the port. From the west exit on junction 47 of the M4 and follow the A483 to Swansea, passing through the city and following signs for 'ferries' once through the centre.