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Travel from Portsmouth by ferry to the Isle of Wight with two great routes
Travelling from Portsmouth by ferry to the Isle of Wight means you'll be free to explore at your own pace, and can pack all you need to enjoy your trip to the full. Your luggage won't be weighed, so as long as you can carry it or stuff it in the car, you can take it onboard.
Wightlink operate ferries between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. They are one of the UK's largest domestic ferry operators and are dedicated to giving excellent customer service and providing the best facilities. The company operates car and passenger ferries from Portsmouth to Fishbourne and four high-speed catamarans between Portsmouth Harbour and Ryde Pier.
Between Portsmouth and Fishbourne there are 34 sailings daily and a 40 minute crossing time. From Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde they operate 29 sailings daily and the crossing time is 22 minutes. Portsmouth has the best road connections of any UK Channel ferry port and it is nearer to central London than Dover or the Channel Tunnel.
You can get a quote or book online on the companies website. The site also provides information on timetables, fares, special offers and facilities onboard and in port. With their Super Saver fares you can get a day return from just £35.50 for a car and 4 people.
The company tries to cater for all kinds of travellers and offers bargains on motorbikes, caravans, foot passengers and families. They also organise days out to island attractions and have accomodation offers. Wightlink aim to make travelling from Portsmouth by ferry to the Isle of Wight as pleasant as possible and do everything they can to get you across for less.
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