Dun Laoghaire is located in South County Dublin, about 10km from the capital city, Dublin.
Getting to and from Dublin is pretty straightforward with daily direct flights to from a wide range of cities in the UK, Europe and the US. As a capital city, Dublin is served directly from the main world hubs and by all the major airlines and low cost airlines such as Ryanair, Flybe and British Midland.
The closest ports for travelling to Dun Laoghaire is Dublin Port, which is 20-30 minutes from Dun Laoghaire by car (depending on time of day). Rosslare Port is about 2 hours south, and Belfast or Larne Ports are approximately 2 hours to the north. Dublin Port is served by Irish Ferries (irishferries.com), P&O Irish ferries (poferries.com) and Stena Line (stenaline.co.uk).
There are several other ferry operators and ferry routes to Ireland from the UK and Europe, and the various routes can easily be compared on directferries.ie.
The following buses service Dún Laoghaire: 7, 7n, 46a, 46n,59, 63, 75 and 111.
Visit www.dublinbus.ie for timetable and fare information.
Parking at the Club is restricted to members only. Underground paid parking is available close to the ferry terminal and Carlisle Pier with additional on street paid parking also available around the club and harbour. Please see tariffs on the map below.
In Dublin, the electric rail system called the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is a quick and easy way to get around Dublin and out to Dún Laoghaire Harbour. It runs along the coast of the Irish Sea from Malahide or Howth in north County Dublin southwards as far as Greystones, Co Wicklow.
DART services operate every 15 minutes at peak or 30 minutes off peak. The journey from Dublin’s Connolly Station to Dún Laoghaire takes approximately 25 minutes. Visit http://www.irishrail.ie/ for timetable and fare information.