These are today's ferry times, to see a full list of sailings or to check a specific date, check timetables.
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
Torys Wishing Stone, is a flat-topped rock jutting out over the northern cliff-face of Balors Fort. A wish can also be granted to she or he who succeeds in throwing three stones in a row on to the stone.
Here's some quick info for you regarding the journey to Tory Island.
The journey time to and from Tory Island is ~45 minutes
The Tory Ferry is a passenger only ferry (no cars)
Ferry departs from Magheroarty Pier all year round (subject to weather)
This service is registered with the Department of Marine and Fáilte Ireland
There are on-board toilet facilities
Outdoor seated area and indoor heated passenger saloon
Irish Free Travel Pass and Northern Ireland Senior Smartpass accepted
Proudly part of the Wild Atlantic Way
Tory is officially known by its Irish name Toraigh
Tory Island is renowned for it's musical talents, the island boasts many melodeon players and plays host to regular céilís. Bring your dancing shoes for your visit!
Steeped in history and legend Tory Island has many stories from it's past. Sail to the island with us to learn more about the Rock of the Hound, the Tau Cross and the story of Mac Gorra and Colm Cille.
The island and it's community have welcomed visitors from all over the world. Come, meet the people and have the craic!