(passport)scotland to northern ireland

do i need a passport to be able to travel from scotland to northern ireland by ferry ?
19:29 Mon 13th Nov 2006
 
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No

The ferry company MAY require an ID of some sort, though scouring Stena's and P&O's web sites I can't find any mention of it.
No it is the same country and you are not travelling by air

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