Nearest ports to Cannock
Unfortunately, there are no ferry ports in Cannock, but the closest ferry ports are:
Liverpool around 1 hours 30 minutes from Cannock
Holyhead around 2 hours 40 minutes from Cannock
Pembroke around 4 hours from Cannock
Operators, routes, and timetable links:
Ferries to and from Liverpool are operated by Isle of Man Steam Packet and P&O Ferries. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Liverpool, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Liverpool, we will always show a range of times just in case it’s cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We’ll also show you results for similar ports like Heysham, Holyhead and Liverpool Birkenhead to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Liverpool ferries with Isle of Man Steam Packet and P&O Ferries are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Liverpool will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it’s quick and easy.
The main route from Liverpool is to Dublin.
Stena Line travel from Liverpool for Belfast.
Almost all of our ports & ferries are adapted to suit the needs of disabled/reduced mobility passengers. Some ferries and some sailings may have a restriction on the number of guests in wheelchairs and guests using mobility devices that can travel. Of course, we are always pleased to make arrangements for anyone who requires help at the ports or onboard ships. If you have a disability, reduced mobility or other impairment & require assistance please advise us of your specific requirements at least 48 hours in advance of travel by calling us. We may require that you travel with an attendant if it is essential for safety reasons, if you are unable to assist in your own evacuation from the ferry, if you require assistance to be lifted, if you require personal care assistance or are unable to understand safety instructions. If this is the case, there will be no additional fee for the attendant.
Guide dogs and assistance dogs are entitled to free travel and have full access to the passenger decks on all Stena Line routes and vessels. All guide and assistance dogs must have the necessary paperwork when checking in at the port and must wear the correct harnesses and jackets at all times while travelling.
Pembroke (Wales) to Rosslare (Ireland)
Holyhead (Wales) to Dublin (Ireland)
This is Ireland’s leading ferry company. The crossing operates up to 14 times each week with sailing durations from around 4 hours 1 minute.
Rosslare Pembroke sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season, so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
- Wheelchair accessible ports and ships.
- Wheelchairs are available for short term passenger use in all Irish Ferry ports and on our ships
- Specially adapted public toilets in our ports and on the ships.
- Dedicated seating areas onboard the ships.
- Specially adapted cabins on the cruise ferries.
- Hearing loops at all reception desks on board and ashore.
- Registered guide dogs allowed on the passenger decks.
Let the service you are using know about any special assistance you might need at least 2 days before you travel. Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have reduced mobility your booking will be flagged, and the ferry company will try to position your vehicle close to the passenger lift on-board to help with the transfer from the car deck to the upper passenger deck. If you are travelling as a wheelchair passenger, you need to add “Passenger with Wheelchair” to your booking. The crews will be happy to advise and assist throughout the journey if you contact the reception desk on board.
If you are travelling with a registered assistance dog, it is essential that you notify them at the time of booking and you must carry proof that your animal is an Assistance Dog.
Travelling with a wheelchair or scooter:
In the link above, you can find a list of facilities for passengers with reduced mobility and special needs onboard all Irish Ferries ships. You can also see a table showing the facilities available in all the ports.
Sunflower lanyard – Hidden Disabilities
If you are a customer with a hidden disability or have a family member with a hidden disability, help is always at hand in our ports or onboard our ships.
We are pleased to be able to offer you a sunflower lanyard to wear on your journey through our Ports and onboard our ships. Wearing a sunflower lanyard allows our Teams to recognise that you have a hidden disability without you needing to declare it. This allows you to travel independently through the Port and onboard our ships, whilst knowing that if you need any additional support during your journey, any of our Team will be able to support you. Our Teams have been trained to recognise the sunflower lanyard and act accordingly.
How to request a lanyard
If you’re travelling via Irish Ferry in the near future, we’d be happy to post you a lanyard. To allow time to process your request please allow 7 working days when based in Ireland. For those based in the UK, lanyards would need to be collected at the ticket desk in the port terminal.
To order your lanyard simply email us at email@example.com
How to pick up a lanyard
If you are travelling with us sooner than 7 working days, please know that you can pick up a lanyard at our Ticket Desks in the Port Terminal when you arrive at the Port. We will be happy to give you a sunflower lanyard, even if you haven’t requested or need special assistance.
In Britain, members of the disability alliance group Disabled Motoring UK (previously known as Mobilise) receive discounts on Irish Sea routes. Just contact this group directly and they will make the booking for you.
If you have a special query regarding on-board facilities or special needs please contact the Disability Officer – Nicola Hammond firstname.lastname@example.org. (Mon to Fri 9 to 5).