Cork to Roscoff ferries

Ireland to France by luxury or économie ferry

Sail from Ireland to France with Brittany Ferries' on our Cork to Roscoff ferry route. Depart on a Saturday afternoon aboard Pont-Aven to arrive Sunday morning on our flagship, Pont-Aven, or depart on a Monday night aboard our économie ship, Connemara, to arrive on Tuesday afternoon during summer and autumn. 

Aboard Pont-Aven, you'll enjoy a choice of comfortable cabins, restaurants, shops and entertainments including a swimming pool and leisure area - the ferry crossing really will feel like part of your holiday! Or, if you're looking for a simple, comfortable service without the cruise-style experience, sailing aboard Connemara is the choice for you.

  • Ferry departures up to twice a week
  • Saturday afternoon sailings (14 hrs)
  • Monday night sailings during summer and autumn (around 17 hrs)
  • Choice of our flagship, Pont-Aven, or our no-frills, économie service on Connemara
  • A convenient overnight sailing with a choice of comfortable cabins

With excellent access to local road networks driving to Cork and Roscoff ports is easy. Roscoff is a picturesque fishing village with pretty restaurants lining the quay and plenty of tourist attractions including a botanical gardens and a century old Thalassotherapy Institute where the seawater and seaweed are used for healing and relaxation therapies.

Sailing times from Cork

Overnight sailings from Cork are available every Saturday and give you an early arrival in Roscoff on Sunday morning for longer in France. The 14-hour cruise allows plenty of time to enjoy the onboard experience with a restaurant meal, shopping and entertainments, before retiring to your cabin for a restful night's sleep. Or sail aboard Connemara, one of our économie ships, for an afternoon arrival in Roscoff on a Tuesday, departing from Cork on Monday night.

Mile-saving route network

With a wide choice of cross Channel routes Brittany Ferries offers a mile-saving network allowing you to sail closer to your holiday destination. Reduce travel costs such as petrol, tolls and en-route stops with less driving time in France and reach your destination more quickly for a longer break.

  • Roscoff offers easy access to all areas of Brittany and is ideally situated for fast travel to the Western Loire, the Dordogne and the Atlantic coast 
  • Cork is on the southern coast of the Republic of Ireland and is easily reached from all over Ireland.

To help plan your holiday consider the driving distances from Roscoff to your potential destinations and the routes you might take. Search for holiday accommodation to find a campsite, holiday cottage, gite or hotel to suit you and your family from our huge range of properties across France.