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    Default Boring Ferry Question/ Urgent

    I am homesick, I want to go home now. If I drive to Dublin, can I just go into the ferry port and buy a ticket? If so, which Port is best? And quickest?
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    dun laoire, hss, 90 mins to holihead, should be able to book there but check for space .
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    check stena line for times
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    I really appreciate that, as always you are a helpful soul. Thank you xx
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    Not sure where you are now Lucy but:
    Cork - Swansea: Ferry to Ireland - Fastnet Line - Cork to Swansea ferry - UK Ireland Wales England London, Cork, Kerry - Irish Sea Ferry for Ireland and Britain
    Rosslare - Fishguard: Stena Line
    Rosslare - Pembroke: Irish Ferries Official Site | Ferries to Ireland & France | Cheap Car Ferry

    More info here on all of them: Ferry Services Cork Ireland, Swansea-Cork Ferries, Stena Line, Irish Ferries, Brittany Ferries Numbers et al.

    Oh and hope your asthma gets better, been a very dry summer here for once, so probably not the best climate for you for another month or so (Can't believe I'm saying this, weather is really screwed up at the moment).

    Get well.
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    lucy you can check on line or ring then to see if they have space, falling that irish ferries dublin port same drill, good luck, safe home
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    good point corkpunter, where are you lucy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wanted the best 69 View Post
    good point corkpunter, where are you lucy?
    I am in Tralee. I think I have missed my opportunity , but thanks for the info, I will go first thing.
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    Irish ferries operate larger ferries and are more luxurious for public in Cars to Stena Line, Stena Line are far better for freight imo, they even give freight drivers a 25% voucher off for Duty free, great to stock up on Bruce and Old Spice .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    I am homesick, I want to go home now. If I drive to Dublin, can I just go into the ferry port and buy a ticket? If so, which Port is best? And quickest?
    sad to hear your leaving us lucy
    hope you feel better

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