Belfast Cruise Port
The historic maritime port of Belfast is ideal for guests joining a Fred. Olsen cruise from anywhere on the Emerald Isle, thanks to its great road and rail connections to the north and south of the Irish border, and provides a convenient alternative to those who normally travel across the Irish Sea to cruise from Liverpool.
You can find out more about driving directions to Belfast, car parking at the port, and train and coach connections to and from the port below.
Travelling to Belfast Cruise Port by Car
If you are travelling to Belfast Cruise Ship Terminal, Tilbury by car and wish to use SatNav, please use the following post code: BT3 9EA.
The M1 Motorway is well signposted for Belfast, and once within the Greater Belfast area, the signs will display as City Centre. Please then look for signs to the Cruise Port from here.
The terminal for check-in is situated a short walk away from the car park. When you arrive at the port, please head directly to the terminal and luggage drop-off area.
Car Parking at Belfast Cruise Port
To book car parking at Belfast Cruise Terminal, please contact our Guest Services Department.
Price: From £5.00 per night
Tel: 0800 0355 145
Pre booking is required at least 3 days in advance to receive these exclusive rates, otherwise the nightly charge will increase to £7.50 per night.
Travelling to Belfast Cruise Port by Train
If you are joining your cruise ship from Eire, Irish Rail operates services from towns and cities across the Republic of Ireland to Dublin’s Connolly Station, where you can then catch a connecting train to Belfast.
The Enterprise Train service is provided jointly by Translink and Irish Rail, from Dublin’s Connolly Station to Belfast's Lanyon Station, and a taxi from the cruise terminal to Belfast City Centre costs approximately £8 – £12.