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Are you looking for Portsmouth ferries to Isle of Wight? Here's all the information you need.
There are three different routes you can take from Portsmouth to the Isle of Wight. If you are a foot passenger your easiest option is most definitely to take the Hovertravel hovercraft from Southsea, Portsmouth (1.6 km from Portsmouth Harbour) to Ryde, Isle of Wight. It takes only 10 minutes, by far the quickest route from the mainland United Kingdom to the Isle of Wight. Hovertravel is the only commercial hovercraft in Europe and there are a massive 24 crossings daily for you to choose from. For more information and booking check out hovertravel.co.uk.
Aside from Hovertravel, Wightlink are the only ferry provider operating crossings from Portsmouth to the Isle of Wight, so if you want to take your car they are your only option. Wightlink offer two different routes, depending on where in the Isle of Wight you wish to go. The first option is to travel from Portsmouth to Fishbourne, this service offers 34 daily crossings and takes approximately 40 minutes. The second route is from Portsmouth to Ryde, which takes 22 minutes with an option of 29 crossings daily. Wightlink are a trusted brand, they are extremely reliable and carry 5.5 million passengers to the Isle of Wight annually. They also carry 1.2 million cars and 200,000 commercial vehicles. Prices are extremely reasonable and there are great deals when you book online. So to book your ferry from Portsmouth to the Isle of Wight today see wightlink.co.uk.
So there’s everything you need to know about Portsmouth ferries to the Isle of Wight.