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Larne Ferry Port
Larne ferry port is located Northern Ireland and connects with Cairnryan and Troon in Scotland as well as with the port of Douglas on the Isle of Man. A busy market town, it's a great place from which to discover County Antrim as well as the famous Causeway Coastal Route.
You can reach Larne ferry port on the following routes:
- Cairnryan to Larne (P&O Irish Sea Ferries)
- Troon to Larne (P&O Irish Sea Ferries)
- Isle of Man to Larne (Isle of Man Steam Packet Company)
Directions To and From Larne Ferry Port
Address: Larne Harbour, Larne, Co. Antrim, BT40 1AW, Northern Ireland.
Getting to Larne Ferry Port
The port of Larne is situated around a 25 minute drive, North of Belfast. Take the M2 Motorway north staying in Lane 2 or 3 (of 5). After about a mile, you will pass under two fly-overs, which are an overhead interchange. Follow the motorway for a further 1/2 mile and you will notice that it appears to split into three. To your left is a tight left turning slip road, to Greencastle; straight ahead are the two lanes of the M2 which actually turn to the left before rising uphill and the two lanes to the right become the M3 and follow the shoreline of Belfast Lough. It is crucial that at this point you are in lane 2 or 3.
Follow the motorway up the hill for about 3 miles (5km), and after it levels out, you will be aware of a slip road to your left which will take you to Larne via the A8(M). Leave the M2 at this point and on the off-slip get into the right hand lane as you are approaching a roundabout type junction. The fly-over above the roundabout is the Motorway so, take the next exit from the roundabout and travel uphill and then down to another roundabout. Go straight ahead at this roundabout and follow this road until you reach Larne. As you reach Larne follow the signs towards the ferry port.
Trains operate from Larne Harbour to Belfast via Larne Town and Carrickfergus. The service is operated by Translink, visit the Translink websitefor further information.
Translink also offer a bus and coach service from the Port of Larne to a number of destinations throughout Northern Ireland and Cross Border.
Larne Ferry Port Facilities
'The Coffee Shop' café is located inside the terminal building and offers a range of hot and cold meals and snacks. There is also a newsagents selling confectionery items in addition to the usual newspapers and magazines etc.
There are dedicated car-parking spaces close to the terminal building, disabled toilet facilities and wheelchairs are available; if you require any assistance, any member of staff is trained and will be happy to help.
Parking at Larne Ferry Port
There are parking facilities for dropping off or picking up passengers, the first 20 minutes are free. 60p per hour (or part hour) up to 8 hours. £6 per day or part day thereafter. On entering the car parks, you can either press for a ticket or insert a credit or debit card.
Using the Paystations: If you press for a ticket, you will need to pay for your parking at one of the paystations are located outside the Passenger Terminal. Please note that payment using cash is not possible at the exit.
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