Where can I get the Ferry to the Isle of Man?
We currently offer several different ferries to the Isle of Man, such as the ferry from Northern Ireland to the Isle of Man, which runs twice weekly; the ferry from Birkenhead in Liverpool, which also runs twice weekly; and a ferry from Dublin to the Isle of Man, which only runs once a week.
Our most common ferries to the Isle of Man are the ferry from Heysham in Lancaster, which runs to the Isle of Man 13 times a week, along with the ferry to the Isle of Man from Liverpool Bootle, which runs 12 times a week.
As there are so many places from which you can get the ferry to the Isle of Man, there is no one crossing time; however, timetables usually range from 2 hours and 45 minutes from Northern Ireland, to 4 hours and 15 minutes for Liverpool Birkenhead, with most journeys usually taking around 3 hours on average. For your specific timings, please check your route before you travel.
Due to the varied number of routes available, and changes to fare prices that occur across different times of the year, please use our fare finder tool in order to discover the best times and prices for your journey.