Port of Cairnryan
Harbour Information, Terminals and Facilities
(Cairnryan, Wigtownshire, Scotland, UK)
Due to a four and a half million pound investment from P&O Irish Sea Ferries, the Port of Cairnryan now has very good facilities for both freight shipments and passengers. The port is located in southwest Scotland, on Loch Ryan's northern edge.
The new P&O terminal provides improved check-in facilities and a large reception lounge. Other new or upgraded facilities include a children's play area, baby-changing area, disabled facilities and a shop and a snack bar.
Cairnryan is a small village overlooking Lochryan and the town has a significant maritime history. During WWII, the village served as a principal military port and the army built three harbour piers and a railway connecting the village with nearby Stranraer.
P&O Irish Sea Ferries serves the port of Cairnryan. There are 13 daily crossings to Larne in Northern Ireland, including both freight and passengers crossings.
During the winter season crossings decrease to seven services a day. The duration of the voyage is about 1 hour, 45 minutes. By Express Fast Ferry, the crossing to Larne only takes one hour.
Port of Cairnryan:|
|Address: P&O Irish Sea, The Port, Cairnryan, Stranraer, Wigtownshire, DG9 8RF, Scotland, UK|
|Tel: +44 870 2424 777
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