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Are you considering a trip to Rosslare? Don't miss out, search for the best ferry from Cherbourg to Rosslare by checking NetFerry online booking system. This page allows you to compare ferry operators who cover the routes to Rosslare departing from Cherbourg and related timetables, tariffs and durations.
The line from Cherbourg to Rosslare is provided by 2 different ship operators - Brittany Ferries and Stena - which jointly provide 4 weekly sailings with travel times that range between 16 hr 29 min and 18 hr 20 min and mostly afternoon and evening departures. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. These ferries provide cafes and bars along with different types of accommodation to suit all of your needs. Early booking will ensure your choice of either regular seating or cabin accomodation.
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Port of CHERBOURG
Cherbourg is an ideal location for travelling in Normandy & Brittany and an excellent gateway to the rest of France and on to Holland, Germany and Belgium. Ferry operators operate cross-Channel services to Poole and Portsmouth in England, and Rosslare in Ireland, with up to 40 crossings per week on regular and fast vessels. The terminal provides many facilities including a tourist information office, fast food outlet, baby changing facilities and toilets. How to get to the ferry terminal If you are travelling by car, then Cherbourg is well linked to the rest of France via the N13 AutoRoute... [More information]
Address: Quai de Normandie, Cherbourg 50100, France
Directions: Google Map @ Cherbourg, port
Guide of ROSSLARE
Rosslare is a village that was created as a settlement around the harbour. The name is taken from the Celtic Cuan Ros Láir, meaning ‘harbour of the middle peninsula’. A brief history of Rosslare The village was developed in 1906 by the Great Western Railway and the Great Southern and Western Railway to accommodate steam ferry traffic between Britain and Ireland. It is also thought that harbour expansion and/or privatisation could improve exporting and logistical options for businesses and producers in Ireland offering an alternative to Dublin Port which dominates... [More information]