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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Pembroke Ferry Port

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Pembroke Ferry Services

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Pembroke Ferry Port

The small Welsh town of Pembroke Dock, just a few miles north of its larger neighbour Pembroke, sits on the banks of the forked River Cleddau that flows from the mainland and into St George’s Channel. Once the site of a major Royal Navy dockyard during the 19th Century, the area is now a tranquil spot on the Pembrokeshire peninsula that extends from the south-western foot of the country. The port of Pembroke (found in Pembroke Dock,) is a small harbour with piers that extend into the Milford Haven section of the river. The passenger terminal here consists of nothing more than a short-stay car park and an open-air departure area with lanes that lead vehicles onto the docked ferries. Pembroke Dock is well supplied by transport routes that stretch across the mainland. The A477 trunk road starts in the centre of town and traces the southern coastline before feeding into the major M4 motorway that cuts directly into the heart of London nearly 250-miles away. A train station offering services to the major Welsh city of Swansea is also located a short distance from the port too. Only one passenger service currently operates from the port. An Irish Ferries line sails to Rosslare in the south of Ireland multiple times throughout the week, a journey that takes ferry-goers along the Milford Haven waterway before heading the short distance north across the Irish Sea.

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