Multi- purpose port with great connections to the whole of Ireland.

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Project Cargoes and Renewables

Larne Port is so much more than a ferry port! It is already the port of choice for many project cargoes, particularly those associated with the offshore and renewables sector. It has direct access to the sea via a short pilotage (<2 nm) and a well marked, deep water channel, with no locks nor height restrictions. With 50,000m2 of hard standing (26t sqm) that is immediately available for component storage and a reinforced berth  capable of taking loads of 18T sqm, the port can accommodate a range of projects, including those that require lifting and storage of heavy lifts from jack-up ships. In addition to jacking up on the deep water berth’s firm sea bed, such vessels have been permitted, upon request, to berth perpendicularly to the quay, as well as carry out ship to ship transfers, in what are relatively sheltered waters, away from any passing commercial vessel traffic.…

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Larne Port wants to play it’s part in promoting the tourist industry in Northern Ireland. Larne Port can handle cruise vessels up to 180m. We are flexible in our approach and responsive to the customers needs. Together with the local Tourist board we hope to become a gateway for the Antrim Coast. Have a look at our video! Larne Port Cruises Video.   Contact us to see how we can help you.



Maximum depths alongside of 7.1m, plus tide.

Quay loading up to 18 tonnes per square metre.

Larne has excellent connectivity to the rest of Northern Ireland and beyond, thanks to the A8 dual carriageway.

With over 20 acres of storage area in and around the port and easy access to the rest of Northern Ireland and beyond we make a great choice for project cargoes, bulk cargoes and passenger traffic.


Larne Port Quay and Ramp Details

Larne Port Presentation Cargo