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  Frequently Asked Questions

arrow  Ferry Port Information
Q.   What time should I check in?
Q.   Is there an ATM in the Terminal Building?
Q.   Is there Tourist Information Office in the Terminal Building?
Q.   Why do you need the names of everybody travelling?
Q.   Can I leave my car at the Europort?
A.   Yes. There is an unsupervised long-stay Public "Pay & Display" Car Park adjacent to the Terminal Building, which is independently managed by NCPS. The parking charge is €1 per hour, but there are special concessionary rates of €5 per day and €25 per week for longer stays. You can pay in cash (please bring coins as the machines do not accept paper money) or by credit or debit card. If you extend your stay abroad you can extend your prepaid parking over the telephone by calling +353 818 286 360 by credit or debit card.

For more information on phone parking please visit www.dash.ie.

Pleased note that we have a strict clamping policy which is independently administered by NCPS, and the release fee is €120 per 24 hour period or part thereof.

Further information can be obtained from the extensive signage in the car park or from NCPS at the above telephone number, or by e-mail on admin@ncps.ie.
Q.   What happens if I feel sick, or I have had a puncture, or my car won't start, or I need a wheelchair, or I need help with my luggage?

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Q.   Where can I get some information on UK and European Rail Travel?
Q.   Are there any Car Rental Agencies at the Ferry Terminal?

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