Douglas Ferry Terminal
Douglas ferry port is the main port of the Isle of Man and offers frequent crossings both from and to Liverpool, Heysham, Dublin, Larne and Belfast.
Douglas is the capital of the Isle of Man, located in the Irish Sea between the West coast of England and Ireland. Douglas ferry terminal is in the heart of the city and offers regular sailings both from and to Liverpool, Heysham, Dublin, Larne and Belfast. There are up to 30 sailings a week from Douglas and the shortest crossing takes around 2 hours 45 minutes. The picturesque sea front at Douglas is lined with charming hotels and restaurants, while the high street contain sa mix of the usual household names and many locally owned stores. Some parking is available on the sea front, and more in car parks around the town.
Get directions for Douglas Ferry Terminal
Port address: Imperial Buildings, Bath Place, Douglas, Isle of Man IM1 2BY.
Travelling to Douglas Ferry Terminal
Travelling by Car
The Sea Terminal is accessed via the A1 from the West, the A2 from the North and the A5 from the South. There are regular bus services to Douglas from across the Island. The bus station is situated at Lord Street in Douglas, approximately 200 metres from the port terminal. Some buses stop at the ferry terminal to connect with the ferry departures.
Travelling by Bus
The ferry port is well connected to the rest of the island by bus, with services operating from Douglas Bus Station on Lord Street, approximately 200 metres from the Douglas Ferry Terminal. There are regular bus services to Douglas from across the Island. Some buses stop at the ferry terminal to connect with the ferry departures.
Douglas: Port Facilities
There is a coffee shop/Café in the departure lounge as well as a convenience store. Being located in the city centre, other shopping amenities are located close by.
For information on facilities for disabled passengers at Douglas Port, visit the Isle of Man government's Access Guide.
The tourist information centre is located in the Sea Terminal Building at the end of the promenade nearest to the town centre. Dedicated staff will be on hand to offer help and guidance on the Island’s many attractions as well as places to visit and things to see and do.
Car parks at Douglas Ferry Port
Short and long term pay and display facilities are available near to the Terminal. Charges are approx £4.00 per 24 hours with a maximum stay of one month.
This information is provided for guidance only.