Port of Troon

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland, UK)

Troon's port offers two ferry routes. SeaCat operates a route to Belfast in Northern Ireland. Crossing time is just 2 hours 30 minutes.

P&O Irish Sea Ferries sails from March to October to Larne in the North of Ireland with a record breaking 1 hour, 45 minutes crossing on board the super fast P&O Express fast craft.

Troon to Belfast

SeaCat's Troon-Belfast route carries up to 650 passengers and 140 cars. The ferry can reach a speed of 37 knots. Every passenger is guaranteed a seat, either in cafés or bars or in the ships' main cabin area. The service includes at-seat service, airline-style check-in, availability of hot and cold food and drinks and complimentary children's fun packs. The duration of the daily sailing from Troon to Belfast is approximately 1 hour, 10 minutes. The port of Belfast handles around 60 percent of Northern Ireland's shipping trade and 25 percent of commerce for the whole of Eire. It is Ireland's chief ferry port and deals with more than 2 million passengers, 340,000 cargo vehicles and 450,000 passenger vehicles annually.

Troon to Larne

From March to October P&O Irish Sea Ferries offers daily crossings from the Port of Troon to Larne in Ireland. Duration of the voyage onboard the P&O Express fast craft is about 1 hour, 50 minutes. Larne is situated on the north coast of Northern Ireland and is an ideal base from which to explore the northern regions of Ireland. In fact every part of the island is reachable from Larne as it is well linked to the major bus, railway and road networks. It is the most active ferry port in Northern Ireland with daily crossings from Cairnryan, Troon, and Fleetwood in England.

Troon Port

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