Historic Ferry is Relaunched in Dublin

Dublin Liffey Ferry

Sunset in Dublin, Ireland

The historic No.11 Liffey Ferry is relaunching in Dublin after a 35-year absence, to operate once more as a ferry service for members of the public crossing the River Liffey.

For 300 years the Ferry transported dock workers across a stretch of the river. The historic No.11 Ferry service closed in October 1984, just as the East Link toll bridge opened. 

The new ferry will carry passengers between three points: the 3 Arena to Sir John Rogerson’s Quay to the MV Cill Airne at North Wall Quay and back.

The service will begin on Monday 11 February running weekdays 7am to 7pm and will cost €2 from point to point.


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