Welcome to Stena Cairnryan
Cairnryan is a small village in the historical county of Wigtownshire, Scotland. It lies on the Eastern shore of Loch Ryan, 6 miles north of Stranraer. The village is important in maritime history, with two ferry services connecting Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Cairnryan is a village that overlooks Loch Ryan and is notable for its large modern ferry port.
The village has a proud maritime history but the modern port dates from the Second World War when it was developed to build the famous floating Mulberry Harbours which were used on the Normandy beaches on D-Day.
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