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Ferry N°11 in the middle of crossing the Liffey - Shane O'Neill, SON Photographic

Liffey Ferry

Ferry N°11 in the middle of crossing the Liffey - Shane O'Neill, SON Photographic


Need to cross the Liffey River in Dublin, but don’t feel like taking the bus to the other side? No problem – Dublin City Council has just launched a brand new ferry service, linking Dublin’s left bank to the right bank. It’s Ferry Number 11, which will take you a 3 minute journey for just €2! Not bad, eh? We’ll tell you more about this new transport system straight away!

Travelling with the Liffey Ferry

An alternative and super-fast mode of transport

The crossing service already existed in Dublin but was stopped in 1984. Since that day, no taxi boat had been set up to allow Dubliners and tourists to cross from one bank to the other efficiently.

The problem is now solved: since February 2019, the ferry N°11, soberly named “Liffey Ferry” proposes to connect 3 points of the Liffey :

  • 3Arena
  • sir John Rogerson’s wharf
  • and MV Cill Airne (North Wall Quay)

All this for 2€ the trip aboard a small boat with a capacity of 18 people. Count 3/4 minutes maximum to reach your arrival point. Connections are provided from Monday to Friday, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. Don’t hesitate to try: the experience is fun!



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