Port Overview

Cruises from Dublin, Ireland

Cruise Date Nts
Ovation, Gems of Western Europe ex Dublin to Lisbon 28 Sep 2019 14
Ovation, Western Europe & Spanish Splendours ex Dublin to Barcelona 28 Sep 2019 25
L'Austral, Celtic Shores ex Dublin to Portsmouth 3 May 2020 7
Reflection, Ireland, England & Scotland ex Dublin Return 8 May 2020 10
Whisper, World Cruise Sector 2020 ex Dublin to Amsterdam 15 May 2020 9
L'Austral, From Scotland to Spitsbergen ex Dublin to Longyearbyen 17 May 2020 11
Reflection, Ireland & Iceland Cruise ex Dublin Roundtrip 18 May 2020 10
Le Boreal, Secrets of Scotland ex Dublin to Glasgow 24 May 2020 7
Reflection, Norwegian Fjords Cruise ex Dublin Return 28 May 2020 8
Cloud, ex Dublin to Reykjavik 29 May 2020 12
Reflection, Ireland & Iceland Cruise ex Dublin Roundtrip 5 Jun 2020 10
Wind Surf, Gaelic Explorers ex Dublin to Edinburgh 22 Jun 2020 8
Wind Surf, The North Sea & Baltic ex Dublin to Stockholm 22 Jun 2020 28
Pursuit, British Open ex Dublin to Southampton 6 Jul 2020 14
Reflection, Iceland & Irish Sea Cruise ex Dublin Return 6 Jul 2020 11
Nautica, Gaelic Inspiration ex Dublin Return 13 Jul 2020 9
Nautica, Enchanting Europe ex Dublin to Copenhagen 13 Jul 2020 23
Navigator, Splendorous Scandinavia & The Kiel ex Dublin to Copenhagen 14 Jul 2020 14
Navigator, Regal Beauty ex Dublin to Amsterdam 14 Jul 2020 34
Reflection, British Isles & Amsterdam ex Dublin to Amsterdam 17 Jul 2020 12
Star Legend, Eire with Fire & Ice ex Dublin to Reykjavik 17 Jul 2020 8
Nautica, Northern Legends ex Dublin to Copenhagen 22 Jul 2020 14
Nautica, Mythical Lands ex Dublin to London 22 Jul 2020 32
Summit, Iceland & Greenland ex Dublin to Boston 16 Aug 2020 14
Quest, Ireland Intensive ex Dublin to Greenwich 29 Aug 2020 12
Ovation, Classic Britannia ex Dublin Return 12 Sep 2020 14
Ovation, British Isles & Western Europe ex Dublin to Lisbon 12 Sep 2020 26
Le Surville, Ireland, Cornwall & Dorset ex Dublin to St Malo 13 Sep 2020 7
Le Jacques Cartier, Ireland, Cornwall & Dorset ex Dublin to Saint-Malo 13 Sep 2020 7
Ovation, Gems of Western Europe ex Dublin to Lisbon 26 Sep 2020 12
Ovation, Western Europe & Spanish Splendours ex Dublin to Barcelona 26 Sep 2020 22
Nautica, Limericks & Lore ex Dublin Return 28 Sep 2020 10
Nautica, Canvas of History ex Dublin to Barcelona 28 Sep 2020 20
Nautica, Epicurean Connoisseur ex Dublin to Barcelona 8 Oct 2020 10
Nautica, Creations of Culture ex Dublin to Venice 8 Oct 2020 22
L'Austral, From Scotland to Spitsbergen ex Dublin to Longyearbyen 25 May 2021 11
Journey, Iceland Intensive ex Dublin to Leith 3 Jul 2021 13
Quest, Iceland Intensive Voyage ex Dublin Return 16 Aug 2021 12
Serenity, Celtic Discovery ex Dublin to Dover 20 Aug 2021 7
Quest, Ireland Intensive Voyage ex Dublin to Greenwich 28 Aug 2021 12
Serenity, Across the Atlantic ex Dublin to New York 5 Sep 2021 12

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin is the capital and largest city in Ireland, near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin Region. Founded as a centre of Viking settlement, the city has been Ireland's capital since mediæval times.

Dublin is a vibrant city known for its nightlife and tourist attractions. It is the third most visited capital city in Europe (after Paris and London) with over four million visitors a year.

Things to See & Do

* Historical walking tours
* Dublin Castle
* Waterford crystal
* Guinness Brewery
* Trinity College Library

General Information

Cruise Season – March - Nov
Currency – Pound Sterling (£)
Language – English & Irish
Land Area – 115 sq km’s
Population – 506,000
Electricity – 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style
Time – GMT plus zero hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 44

Port Location - Smaller cruise liners can come up the River Liffey right into the city centre and the larger ships berth at Alexandra Quay which is only 2km further away.

Transport Links - Dublin is served by a single terminal airport approximately 10km north of the city. Aer Lingus flies to Dublin from a large number of British and European cities, from the USA and Dubai. Some ferry services are available from Dublin port, however the port of Dún Laoghaire 10km south of Dublin city, is more popular. The single bus station, Busáras, serves the entire country and is next to Connolly train station.

The city is easy to get around on foot, however suburban train and bus services are available. Bikes and motorcycles are available for hire.