The Ferry Link between Cork in Ireland and Swansea in Wales reopens on March 1st 2010. The route is operated by Fastnet line, a wholly owned subsidiary of the West Cork Tourism Cooperative limited.
The route offers overnight sailings and saves hours of driving on both sides of the Irish Sea.. When onboard you can enjoy the many services the cruise ferry provides.
With an early morning arrival into the ports of Cork & Swansea, you will be close to all the best that south-west Ireland, Wales & England has to offer.
There is a long history to the popular Cork Swansea ferry link, bringing travellers across the Irish Sea, between Ireland & the U.K. The Ferry to Ireland between Swansea and Cork saves you 600km (375 miles) driving time. There is a motorway link between Swansea and London.