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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Condor Ferries customer reviews

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  • "Condor ferries 9th january"

    Our trip was great, the staff friendly and the men behind the on our outward journey were so professional and extremely friendly. Enjoyed our experience. John

    'John ' travelled with Condor Ferries on Condor Rapide

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  • "Deserves more than three stars"

    If your life is all rush, take the fast ferry. For a real ship and a pleasant (winter) crossing, take the Commodore Clipper, (which runs in all weather) and book the Club lounge by day and the Deluxe cabin by night. Our cabin was airy and beautifully presented, even a fruit bowl. My only regret is that the food in the dining room could be better, especially since the crossing allows time for a better dining experience! The ship is clean, stable in all weathers and crewed by well trained and courteous staff.

    'Anonymous' travelled with Condor Ferries on Commodore Clipper

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  • "Fine trip"

    A straight forward trip on a nice ship. Enjoyed what was short crossing to St Malo from St Hellier. The only problem we had was on arrival at St Malo close to midnight there were NO TAXIS and noone to give us directions to our hotel, which we knew was not too far away in the old town. Fortunately, we did meet a local after walking for 10 minutes in the wrong direction who sent us in the right direction.

    'Paul' travelled with Condor Ferries on Condor Rapide

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  • "Trip to Jersey"

    We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday in Jersey, but the ferry s very expensive for a 4 hour crossing. The ferry , for a catamaran is very unstable. The food and drinks on board are reasonably priced for a ferry company. A film or documentary would be a great improvement instead of repeat advertising. The announcement 'Thank you for choosing Condor ferries for your crossing to Jersey today' we found amusing... the alternative with a car being??? I feel that as Condor have the monopoly and therefore no competition, they are exploiting the situation. An 11 hour crossing to Holland is not much more expensive with a nights sleep in a cabin included. If the service is not a viable proposition without the expensive fares being charged then I suggest the service is offered to other companies.

    'Barrie Tomlinson' travelled with Condor Ferries on Condor Vitesse

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