Doolin Ferry Sailing Times

Aran Islands – Cliffs of Moher Cruise Sailings begin March 1st

Inis Oírr Ferry Timetable *March 29th to September 15th*

Doolin to Inis Oírr
10:00
11:00
13:00
15:00
17:00
Inis Oírr to Doolin
10:30
13:45
16:45

Inis Mór Ferry Timetable *March 29th to September 15th* (11am sailing starts May 1st)

Doolin to Inis Mór
09:00
11:00
15:00
Inis Mór to Doolin
10:00
12:00
16:15

Inis Meáin Ferry Timetable *March 29th to September 15th*

Doolin to Inis Meáin
15:00
Inis Meáin to Doolin
10:15

Cliffs of Moher Timetable *March 29th to September 15th*

Departs Doolin
12:00
14:00
15:00
17:15
Doolin Ferry Co. Timetable

Original Doolin Ferries Est.1970

Ferry services run from March 1st to November 3rd 2024.

  • For early March and late September/October sailing times please see available booking times on our online reservation system.
  • The 17:00 sailing time from Doolin to Inis Oirr is for overnight stays and one way trips.
  • The 11:00 sailing time for Doolin to Inis Mór starts in May
  • The 15:00 sailing time from Doolin to Inis Mor/Inis Meain are for overnight stays and one way trips.

Information

Passengers must arrive at least 30 minutes before their ferry departure time. When staying overnight please re-confirm your return sailing time at our pier ticket office prior to departure. Doolin Ferry Company reserves all rights to amend the Aran Islands Ferry Sailing Times when necessary. Please contact us any time if you have questions about our timetables.

You can now enjoy our Aran Islands Gift & Souvenir shop all year around.

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Aran Islands Ferry Sailing Times

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Aran Islands

The Aran Islands are a top destination in the West of Ireland. These beautiful Islands display Irish Culture at its best in many traditional forms. From winding stone wall boreens, beaches lined with fishing boats, to the craic of Island Pubs.

Arriving to Aran

When you arrive to Aran you instantly feel like you’ve been taken back to Ireland of Old. Gaelic (Irish) is the main spoken language and backbone of life on these islands today. Though most islanders speak English too, Irish is still the preferred language by far. Before your trip you may be interested in reading our FAQ or What to Bring pages. You can also visit our sister website O’Brien Ferries Doolin.

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Reviews
What Our Passengers Say ...

Very clean boats and staff were very helpful..would recommend a tour.

Anthony Moran Dublin

This is a great boat trip to see the Cliffs of Moher. The guide was very knowledgeable but was hard to hear. Would recommend this cliffs of moher cruise.

Fionnuala Higgina

Excellent way to see the Cliffs of Moher. Great and informative young guy who took us out was so friendly and helpful, even offering to take photos for us...

Audrey Whittaker