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Do you want to know more about ferrys to the Isle of Wight? Here’s all the information you need to get you started on your search for a ferry to the Isle of Wight.
The Isle of Wight is England’s largest island. Almost 6 million people travel across the Solent annually to visit this spectacular island. The island also plays host to two well known music festivals, the legendary Isle of Wight festival in June and Bestival in September. Ferry prices vary throughout the year depending on the season you choose to visit.
There are three main ferry operators offering ferry crossings to the Isle of Wight, one in Ireland and two in England. Directferries.ie operate from Ireland and offer competitive prices and up to 130 different daily crossings to suit your timetable. This website represents 8 different ferry operators to guarantee you the best price possible.
The two main ferry operators from England are Wightlink and Red Funnel. Wightlink.co.uk operate crossings to the island 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They have various crossings to suit all budgets and requirements. They also accept both foot/bicycle and car passengers. Their website has a super saver fares section for those looking for the cheapest possible deal.
Similarly, Red Funnel operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They also offer up to 50% off if you book your accommodation on their website. They always have promotional codes and the code M2JFF will guarantee you 15% off all Red Funnel crossings up to the 22nd July 2011. Just enter that code in to the promotional code box on their website, redfunnel.co.uk.