Pet-friendly cabins, tapas and boutique shops: Onboard the new ferry from Ireland to Spain

A new “cruise-ferry” will begin sailing directly from Ireland to Spain twice a week.

Brittany Ferries announced the launch of the ship which will take travellers from the southeast tip of Rosslare to Bilbao.

The Salamanca will be able to carry over 1,000 passengers from the Europort.

The ferry will accept bikes, foot passengers and dogs on the crossing.

How long does it take to sail from Ireland to Spain?

The 214.5 metre-long ferry will take over the direct route from Rosslare to Bilbao twice a week. It will depart on Wednesday and Friday mornings.

The crossings will take between 29 and 30 hours and passengers will spend one to two nights on board.

Travellers will

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