With Ferrysavers you can find your ideal cheap Celtic Link ferry between the Republic of Ireland and France
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Please note: Stena Line has acquired the Celtic Link business on the route between Rosslare and Cherbourg.
With Ferrysavers you can find your ideal cheap Celtic Link ferry between the Republic of Ireland and France. Celtic Link provides ferries to Rosslare and Cherbourg. You can book onlline quickly and easily with Ferrysavers.
With Ferrysavers you can securely book a Celtic Link ferry by specific route, or compare the cheapest prices by operator, route and time using our real-time comparison engine above. This page can help you find information on Celtic Link ferry crossings, including the latest destinations and cheapest fares.
Celtic Link offer ferry crossings between Rosslare, in southern Ireland, and Cherbourg in northern France, with 3 crossings a week available in each direction. Celtic Link's ship, Celtic Horizon is the newest conventional ferry on the channel; it has capacity for up to 1000 passengers, 200 cars and up to 120 freight vehicles. On board facilities include 110 cabins, bar, restaurant, lounges, cinema and a shop.
There's no better way than booking a Celtic Link ferry if you are planning to travel between the north of France and the south of Ireland or England.
Celtic Link is a relatively new company, established in 2005, which operates a car ferry and freight service between Cherbourg in the north of France and both Rosslare and, since Autumn 2009, Portsmouth. These are both very popular holiday routes in both directions.
Pets on board Celtic Link ferries
You can book your cat or dog on board a Celtic Link ferry with Ferrysavers. Note that to take your pet to and from the UK to mainland Europe (excluding Ireland) you will need a pet passport. This includes taking your pet from France to Ireland.
Celtic Link ferry routes
Sorry, we don't have any sailing information or timetables at the moment. This might be because this route is seasonal or we don't sell it at the moment. For a wide range of alternatives, see our ferry routes page.