Cork to Roscoff ferry crossings connect Ireland to northern France. The Cork Roscoff ferry route is operated by Brittany Ferries. Brittany Ferries currently sail from Cork to Roscoff twice a week on a Saturday and Wednesday with a journey time of around 14 hours.
Cork ferry port lies just outside of Cork city centre and is more commonly known as Ringaskiddy ferry port. Roscoff ferry port lies in northern Brittany and is perfect for holidays in the north or west of France.
Booking a Cork to Roscoff ticket
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Cork to Roscoff Route FAQ’s
Our Cork Roscoff FAQ’s section helps you to find answers to the most commonly asked questions about the route.
Who operates the route from Cork to Roscoff?
Brittany Ferries is the only company to operate the crossing, using two ferries, the Pont Aven and Armorique.
How long is the Cork Roscoff crossing?
The crossing takes approximately 14 hours however this is dependant upon the time of day.
How many crossings are there per day?
Brittany Ferries currently offer up to 2 crossings per week on their ferry timetable.
What time is the first crossing from Cork to Roscoff?
The first crossing leaves at 1600 but times do vary depending upon the weather.
What time is the last crossing from Cork to Roscoff?
The last crossing leaves at 16:00 but times do vary depending upon the weather.
Where can I find out more about the return route?
The return Roscoff to Cork route details can be found by clicking the link.
Cork is one of the world’s largest natural harbours and can be found on the southern coast of Ireland. The city has retained much of its heritage with plenty of old streets, warehouses and merchants houses located throughout the old harbour and port.
Plenty of people visit Cork every year taking in the museums, galleries, historic houses and large number of shops, boutiques and restaurants. Don’t forget to visit Blackrock Castle and Blarney Castle with its famous Blarney Stone!
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A ferry crossing to Roscoff will give you a great insight into what you can expect to find throughout Brittany and the rest of France. Filled with traditional Breton architecture, history, culture and food, you’re sure to enjoy a visit to this lovely part of France.
The ferry port at Roscoff has been operating since the 1970s and millions of visitors have passed through during this time. Please ensure when travelling to or from Roscoff you spend a little time exploring the town and surrounding areas.
Roscoff offers a great deal of charm hidden within the older parts of the port and city. There are plenty of traditional 16th Century granite houses and buildings not to mention a wonderful array of galleries and gift shops. You’ll also find plenty of restaurants and cafes supplying traditional Breton food such as seafood, crepes and of course Breton cider.
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