Ferries to Larne

There are ferries from Cairnryan on a daily basis with a duration of 2 hours.

To book a crossing that departs within the next 7 days, please email overseastravel@campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk

We also recommend you check the latest guidance with your chosen operator and stay up to date with the latest official advice: www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

Ferry routes to Larne

Operator Departure Ports
Frequency Duration
P&O Cairnryan
Up to 7 daily 2 hours


Due to the very short durations of routes to Larne there are no accomodation option. All routes do boast a Club Lounge.

Onboard Facilities and Information

On board is a self service restaurant, coffee shop and bar.

Pets are permitted on this route. Pets must remain in the owners vehicle.

Campsites near Larne

Campsite Distance from Larne ferry port
Delamont Country Park 43 miles

More about Larne

Larne is both a seaside port and a market town with a heavy emphasis on industry on the coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It has been an important seaport for over ten centuries, and now serves as a major passenger and freight terminal. Larne has a population of around 32,000.

Although Larne is not dependent on tourism, there is still plenty to see and do. There are a number of sandy beaches and bays, including one at Magheramorne, which is five miles south of Larne and includes a film studio where some scenes for the incredibly popular HBO TV series Game of Thrones were filmed.

Larne is an area with a great deal of natural outstanding beauty that's really worth exploring. There are a number of parks to visit, including the Town Park which rises above the peaceful seafront area. Curran Park has an extensive children's play area plus camping facilities. If you are a golfer you will be pleased to know there are two 18-hole courses.

Also worth a visit are the ruins of Olderfleet Castle at Curran Point, which was originally built in the 1200s, plus the Larne Museum and Arts Centre, in the town centre.