Cork Port Guide
Tel: 021 437 8401
Getting to Cork (Ringaskiddy) ferry port
From Cork city centre take the N28 in the direction of Douglas and Ringaskiddy. The Ringaskiddy ferryport is approximately 30 to 40 minutes from Cork city.
There is no direct service to the terminal. The nearest railway station can be found in Cork city. All enquiries: Irish Rail 00 353 21 450 67 66/21 450 47 77.
There is also a bus service to meet the arrival of the ship, the cost is approximately 7.00 euro per adult.
Driving distances to Cork
Cork (Ringaskiddy) ferry port facilities
Ideally located in central southern Ireland, the ferryport at Ringaskiddy has access that is second to none. Our weekly service from here allows you to completely bypass the UK, so saving yourself considerable time and inconvenience.
Baby care/Changing room
A baby changing and feeding room in the terminal.
A limited range of hot food is available in the terminal cafeteria. Pubs offering more substantial meals can be in the nearest village (about 1 mile away) or the nearest town (about 4 miles away).
All areas are accessible to disabled passengers. Disabled toilet facilities also available.
The Brittany Ferries information desk is open for ship arrivals and departures only. The terminal is closed during the winter season when there are no sailings to Cork.
Coinbox payphones can be found in the terminal.
There are no wheelchairs available at the terminal. Wheel chairs are available on the mv Pont-Aven, but must be pre-booked.
Parking at Cork ferry port
Parking at the ferryport is available free of charge. There is space for approximately 100 cars. Cars are left there at the owners risk. It is not recommended to leave cars in this car park overnight.