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Wightlink Ferries operates a round-the-clock service between the English mainland and the Isle of Wight. Wightlink Ferries operate every day of the year on three routes across the Solent and sail up to 20 times a day. The ferry routes are between Lymington and Yarmouth, Portsmouth and Fishbourne and Portsmouth and Ryde. Book Wightlink Ferries online simply and securely with AFerry.ie. AFerry.ie, as a booking agent, endeavors but cannot always guarantee to offer the full range of fares available for Wightlink Ferries services. Also please note that the terms and conditions for booking through this site may differ from Wightlink Ferries own conditions of carriage.


Shortest Crossing:
Portsmouth - Ryde
22 min
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Wightlink's Lymington to Yarmouth route is the shortest car ferry journey across the Solent and takes just 30 minutes. Each ferry offers café-bar facilities, a spacious lounge and observation deck. This crossing is ideal for foot passengers with mainland rail services arriving at the terminal and Island bus connections at Yarmouth.

The Portsmouth to Fishbourne journey takes 35 minutes. There are café-bar facilities, spacious lounges, observation decks and frequent round-the-clock sailings all year.

The Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pier Head route is a foot passenger only route and takes around 15 minutes on Wightlink's our high-speed catamarans. There are onward rail connections at either port. Rail and coach services connect Portsmouth Harbour with London, Brighton, Bristol and the Midlands whilst trains along the pier connect the Pier Head and Ryde Esplanade with the popular resorts of Sandown and Shanklin.


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