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CORONAVIRUS – FACE MASK REQUIREMENT & SAILINGS UPDATE

Our Irish and North Sea routes continue to operate as normal. We have taken several precautionary safety measures to ensure a safe and comfortable journey for all. In accordance with public health guidelines, it is mandatory to wear face coverings at our ports and onboard our ships (some exemptions apply) where social distancing isn’t possible. For more information on how we are protecting our customers and crew, and for answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions, visit our Sail Safe page. You can amend your booking online or read our 'how to amend your booking' instructions.

 

Travelling to the Republic of Ireland:  You must complete this Passenger Locator Form prior to arrival and restrict your movements for 14 days.

Travelling to the UK from Holland or France: You are required to quarantine for 14 days and must complete this Passenger Locator Form

Travelling to Holland: You must restrict your movements for 10 days upon arrival (does not apply if you are transiting through to another country). 

Travelling to France: Due to the restrictions on all movements within France, you must download and complete this Travel Certificate and have it with you at all times to show to the relevant authorities. 

 

From £94

single car + driver

Travel from Rosslare to Fishguard

Shortest, fastest crossing from Ireland to South Wales!

Travel by Superferry from Rosslare to Fishguard on the fastest crossing to Wales. Onboard the Stena Europe you’ll enjoy the best travel experience on the Irish Sea.

 

No matter how many times you go, you'll find yourself drawn back to Wales time and time again! With a choice of 2 ferry crossings daily getting the ferry to Fishguard couldn't be easier. With no baggage charges why not pack it all in and enjoy a Car-cation with Stena Line today?

 

As of 8 June 2020, there are new UK entrance rules regarding Covid-19. If you have arrived into Ireland within the last 14 days from overseas, you will need to complete a passenger locator form and continue your self-isolation.