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During the booking process please include your requirements and we can quote the correct tickets for you

Red Funnel sails from Southampton and usually offers the best value & availability

Wightlink sails from both Portsmouth & Lymington

If you require any help with integrated travel options please do not hesitate to get in touch. Trains run directly from London Waterloo through to Shanklin via the passenger ferry service at Portsmouth harbour

Important information about booking a ferry

Customers must declare the correct height & length of vehicle including any bike racks, roof boxes, trailers etc

Failure to do so may result in the customer being unable to travel on their booked sailing and/or be liable for any additional charges levied against the booking

Please check your ticket details are correct before travelling

Please note commercial vehicles/vans are subject to commercial rates not advertised. Prices available on request 

Please note all prices are subject to availability

Red Funnel
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Southampton to East Cowes

This service is run by Red Funnel, our preferred ferry partner, which operates between Southampton and East Cowes

This crossing takes up to 1 hour,  departing from Southampton hourly during peak season. Once you arrive at East Cowes there are good transport connections to the rest of the Isle of Wight, or a floating bridge service which operates to the West side of Cowes Town

Portsmouth to Fishbourne

This service is operated by Wightlink and takes approximately 45 minutes. The ferry departs from Portsmouth Harbour and lands on the Isle of Wight in the village of Fishbourne on the North of the Isle of Wight

Lymington to Yarmouth

The quickest vehicle ferry service runs from Lymington in the New Forest to Yarmouth in West Wight, which is operated by Wightlink

Taking only 30 minutes this crossing is popular with visitors and locals as it offers fantastic views of both coastlines, and out of season can often be less busy