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Cork to Roscoff ferries

  • Up to two sailings a week
  • Choice of cruise-ferry or economie services
  • Mix and match services

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Cork to Roscoff ferry crossings

Twice weekly ferry crossings from Cork to Roscoff

There are twice weekly sailings on Brittany Ferries' Cork to Roscoff ferry route with departures on Saturday afternoons and Monday evenings. Our ferries have a choice of cabins to make the overnight crossing comfortable and are equipped to carry both cars and foot passengers.

Cork to Roscoff sailing times

  • Cruise ferry crossings every Saturday (14 hours)
  • économie ferry crossings every Monday (16 hours 30 minutes)
  • Convenient late afternoon and evening departures
  • Arrive in Roscoff in the morning or mid-afternoon

Roscoff to Cork sailing times

  • Cruise ferry crossings every Friday (14 hours)
  • économie ferry crossings every Tuesday (14 hours)
  • Evening departures for more time in France
  • Arrive back in Ireland in the morning

View the full Cork to Roscoff ferry timetable.

Plan a family holiday...

Getting there: Take the ferry on Saturday afternoon from Cork to Roscoff and you'll travel on our flagship, Pont-Aven. There's so much to do with a swimming pool, two cinemas and a choice of restaurants with options to please even the fussiest diners! After your evening meal retire to a comfortable cabin for a restful night before arriving in France at 7am in time to enjoy Sunday breakfast in picturesque Roscoff.

Or, if you sail on a Monday evening, you'll sail on board one of our économie ships, either Connemara or Kerry. Our économie ships are a cheaper option offering comfortable cabins and our usual great service but with less frills. You'll arrive in Roscoff mid-afternoon.

Getting back: Set sail on Friday night after a final evening meal in France and take the overnight crossing for your journey home. Enjoy evening entertainments, a late night dip in the pool or take in a film before going to your cabin for a relaxing night's sleep. Enjoy breakfast on board and arrive back in Ireland by 10am on Saturday morning. Set sail on Connemara or Kerry on a Tuesday evening at 7pm to arrive in Cork at 8am.