Celtic Link Ferries
|Area served||Celtic Sea|
|Key people||Dennis O'Flaherty (Chairman)|
Celtic Link Ferries began operations in 2005 following the withdrawal of P&O Irish Sea from the Rosslare - Cherbourg route. On 4 October 2009 Celtic Link Ferries chartered Norman Voyager from LD Lines. On 19 November 2009 the Norman Voyager was detained in Portsmouth by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency when the crew failed a basic test of emergency procedures.
Celtic Link Ferries operate one vessel.
|Celtic Horizon||2006||27,522 GT||972|
Former vessels 
- Diplomat - chartered to Marine Express, Puerto Rico
- Celtic Mist - renamed Saronic Star, chartered to Cotunav
- Celtic Star - sold to Seatruck Ferries
- Celtic Sun - sold to Seatruck Ferries
- Paul Sandle (8 February 2005). "Celtic Link Ferries launch commercial service between Rosslare and Cherbourg". International Freighting Weekly.
- "CELTIC LINK FERRIES (IRELAND) NEW ROUTE ANNOUNCEMENT". 19 September 2009. Retrieved 11 June 2010.
- "Ferry detained over safety fears". BBC News. 19 November 2009. Retrieved 11 June 2010.