An aerial view of Dublin Port

The Port of Dublin (Irish: Calafort Átha Cliath) is the largest sea port in Ireland. It is situated in the capital city of Ireland, Dublin. Ferries from five different companies arrive in Dublin. The port is a major link with Great Britain. Irish Ferries and Stena Line provide regular services to and from Holyhead Port in North Wales. Seatruck Ferries and P&O Ferries run between Dublin and Liverpool and the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company run services between Dublin and Liverpool. The port is also a major cruise terminal, with hundreds of cruise ships entering the port per year. The ferries also bring in freight from Great Britain. Eucon, a subsidary of the Irish Continential Group, provides a freight service onboard the Ulysses. The ferries are

Seatruck Ferries: Clipper Pace & Clipper Pennant

P&O Ferries: Norbank & Norbay

Irish Ferries: Ulysses & Jonathan Swift

Stena Line: Stena Adventurer

Isle of Man Steam Packet Company: Ben-my-Chree & Manannan