Are you looking for a ferry from Cork to France? Here is everything that you need to know.
Brittany ferries are the only ferry crossing operator who offer crossings between Cork and France. The route travels from Cork ferryport of Ringaskiddy to Roscoff in Brittany. The charming port of Roscoff is ideally situated for exploring all parts of Brittany including the Pink Granite Coast, Quimper and the popular resorts of Bénodet and Concarneau. Fast roads take you quickly on to Western Loire, the Dordogne and the delights of France’s Atlantic coast. Their luxury flagship, Pont-Aven, operates all crossings.
The average sailing duration between Cork and Roscoff is 14 hours. There is only one sailing from each respective port per week. Until the end of December 2011, the Cork departure time is 14.00 on Saturdays while the Roscoff departure will remain 21.15 on Fridays. At the end of December 2011 this timetable may be revised. Prices are reasonable and begin from €110 for a car and driver. For further information or to book your ferry crossing between Cork and Roscoff check out brittanyferries.ie.
Additional ferry services operate via the Rosslare Europort in Co. Wexford, which is 178 miles (286 km) away. As Rosslare is the closest point from the southern part of Ireland to the UK and the European Mainland, crossing times are much shorter. For more information check out the Rosslare Europort website iarnrodeireann.ie.
So there is everything that you need to know about getting a ferry from Cork to France.