Condor Ferries

Condor Ferries offer fast and conventional ferry services connecting the channel islands of Jersey and Guernsey with England and France.

On board you’ll find all the facilities expected of a modern day ferry company including a great choice of bars and eating areas, a children’s area and a Bureau de Change.

Condor Ferries UK departures ports are conveniently located in Weymouth, Poole and Portsmouth, situated with good access via Southern England’s main road network.

Condor Ferries destination ports of St Peter Port in Guernsey, St Helier in Jersey, St Malo in Brittany and Cherbourg in Normandy are all attractive port towns with great road access for onward travel if your eventual destination is further afield.

With directferries.co.uk you can find Condor Ferries timetables, fares and book Condor Ferries ferry tickets. Where applicable we’ll also compare Condor Ferries with alternative ferry companies.

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All Condor Ferries routes

Condor Ferries Customer Reviews

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  • "Nice one!"

    Very nice, helpful staff at Poole and Guernsey. Easy parking at Poole. This was our first time for years on a ferry and it certainly beats flying. No fuss or bother, lovely comfortable seats on the ferry, with a decent menu and you can walk about as much as you want.. The luggage was unloaded quickly and efficiently. We will definitely use Condor ferries again

    'Michael' travelled with Condor Ferries on Condor Liberation

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  • "Service"

    Both crossings from Poole to Jersey and return were of the highest order very professional !!

    'Glanville' travelled with Condor Ferries on Condor Liberation

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  • "Liberation"

    Only got good things to say about both crossings.

    'Pauline' travelled with Condor Ferries on Condor Liberation

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  • "Commodore Clipper"

    Nice small ship with great facilities. Spotlessly clean, stable in the storm (Kate) continued to operate when all the high speed services we're confined to port.

    'Tim' travelled with Condor Ferries on Commodore Clipper

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