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Troon Ferry Port is on the west coast of Scotland, in South Ayrshire. Troon harbour has been an important part of the town's history, starting with the Ailsa Shipbuilding Company, then the fishing fleet was moved to Troon and part of the harbour which had been abandoned was then revitalised to put into operation the Troon Ferry to Larne which is operated by P&O Irish Sea. With the simple booking form from AFerry, you can easily find the best ferry for you.
Below you can find Troon ferry times, as well as our best deals.
Ferries to and from Troon
The P&O Irish Sea operates the P&O Express on the Troon to Larne route. Facilities onboard include a restaurant, a bar and a shop.
Latest check-in time for the Troon Ferries is usually 45 minutes before departure for motorists and 1 hour before departure for foot passengers but, be sure to check with the operator before sailing.
P&O Irish Sea offer great deals and promotions on Troon ferry crossings, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.
Troon is home to a famous golf course, the Royal Troon Golf course, which has hosted the Open Golf Championship on a number of occasions, Troon also has one of the largest beaches in Scotland.
Troon port facilities
Short and long term Pay & Display car parking facilities are available near the Troon Ferry Terminal.
Getting to Troon
Located on the West coast of Scotland just South-West of Kilmarnock, Troon Ferry port can be reached via the A78 from the Irvine, north of Troon, or via the A77 from Kilmarnock. The ferry port will then be signposted.
National Express operates a frequent service to Glasgow and Ayr, but from there a taxi or a train will be needed to get to Troon Ferry Port.
The Troon train station is located about 25 minutes walk from the Troon Ferry terminal. There are trains every half hour to Glasgow and Paisley, as well as other connections to Ayr, Newcastle and Kilmarnock.
Arran House, 100 Port Ranald Drive, Troon, Ayrshire, KA10 6HH, Scotland