Port of Troon

Ferries and Ferry Companies Operating
(Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland, UK)

P&O Irish Sea Ferries and Seacat Scotland are the two principal ferry companies operating from the Port of Troon.

P&O Irish Sea sails to Larne in the North of Ireland while Seacat Scotland operates a convenient route between Troon and Belfast.

P&O Irish Sea Ferries

P&O Irish Sea Ferries provide three routes between Ireland and Britain. Routes include Larne to Cainryan, Larne to Troon and Dublin to Liverpool. The company operates five passenger and car ferries. The P&O Express fast craft is the vessel which sails between Troon and Larne. The ship was built in Australia in 1998 and has been in service with P&O Irish Sea Ferries since March 2005. The ferry can accommodate 868 passengers and has room for 225 cars. Its maximum cruising speed is 41 knots making it possible to reach Larne from Troon in 1 hour, 50 minutes. Onboard facilities include a restaurant, bar, a shop, children's play room and an accessible outside deck. Ferries depart daily from March to October.

Seacat Scotland Ferry Company

SeaCat has been navigating the Irish Sea between Scotland and Northern Ireland since June 1992. In 1999 the SeaCat service was expanded to operate between Troon and Northern Ireland's capital, Belfast. The Troon-Belfast service can accommodate 650 passengers and has a car capacity of 140. The vessel's cruising speed is 37 knots. Seats are available for all the passengers, either in the vessel's main cabin area or in its café/bars. Seacat Scotland operates one of the globe's largest fleets of fast vessels from dedicated harbours. Quick check-in and boarding, top quality service on-board and ashore are the main advantages to be found while making use of the company's services. The duration of the daily voyage from Troon to Belfast is about 1 hour, 10 minutes.

Troon Port

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