- Posted by Eve McStravick
- On March 16, 2022
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British or Irish citizens travelling on Irish Sea routes do not need a passport to travel to Britain or Ireland but are advised to take a form of proof of identity. A valid passport, photographic driving license, International Student Card, government issued photo ID card, health insurance/social security photographic card, photographic bus/train pass or EU Citizen Identity Card will usually suffice. A birth certificate will provide adequate proof of identity for children (17 years and under with no photographic identification) to travel on our ferry partner sailings.
Non British/Irish citizens will require a valid passport and are recommended to check the entry and travel requirements of the destination country/transit countries by contacting the proper embassies or consulates. The identification you require will vary by country and depending on your nationality. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have all documentation needed to comply with the requirements of immigration, customs, health and other relevant regulations. A failure to produce the correct documentation may result in you being denied travel at the port, being fined or both.
HANNON Coach is not liable for any consequences if a passenger fails to obtain the necessary documents and identity papers.
For more information please visit our ferry partner Stena website