Tory Ferry

Island Passenger Service


Next Ferry Departing Magheroarty:

Next Ferry Departing Tory:

PLEASE NOTE: Due to Magheroarty Pier being tidal, sailings can be rescheduled or cancelled. So please call before travelling or download our free ‘Tory Ferry’ App

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About Tory Ferry

The Tory Island Ferry

Tory Island, an island rich in Culture, Heritage and the Gaeilge language.

Tory is known for it's traditional music and dance and is a haven for artists, photographers and bird watchers. The island has an abundance of wildlife and breathtaking scenery... it's well worth a visit any time of the year!

Don't forget to download our app if you are planning a visit, it will always have the latest sailing times.

A beautiful Tory island sunsetQueen of Arran, the new Tory Ferry, departing Tory IslandNatural wildlife of Tory IslandA calm blue sea, on the shores of Tory IslandThe Tory Ferry, arriving into Tory Port


Realt Na Maidne Teoranta are delighted to introduce the newly refurbished MV Queen Of Aran for the Magheroarty to Tory Island route.

Donegal's Wild Atlantic Way Logo



All prices are for passenger return tickets:

Tory Ferry Prices
Ticket TypeNon-Islander PriceIslander Price
Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 children)€60.00-
Adult Passenger€25.00€10.00
Student Price (ID Req.)€15.00€7.00
Children, 5 - 18€10.00€7.00
Children, under 5Free
** All single ticket prices are half the above prices **

For more information on prices and buying tickets, please feel free to contact us.


iOS and Android Mobile App

We're very excited to present our Smartphone App - it's available now on iOS, Android and Amazon's FireOS. Search for "Tory Ferry" on Apple's App Store or Google Play and download the app to your mobile now!

Get all the latest Tory Ferry times direct to your phone!

Mobile Apps

Arranmore Ferry

Want to visit another Donegal island? Realt Na Maidne Teoranta Ferry Company has another Island Ferry service, the Arranmore Island Ferry.

The ferry departs Butronport Pier and Arranmore Island serveral times a day.

Arranmore Island is situated along the Wild Atlantic Way path and has a wide range of activities and events running year round including; hiking and hill walking, diving and eco tours, football tournaments, bird watching, kayaking. You may even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of our regular visitors, the Bottlenose Dolphins, on the scenic crossing.

A view of the Arranmore Island Ferry Service arriving into Arranmore Island