The Condor Ferries Jersey St Malo ferry crossing between Jersey and France is the only service operating on this route. With crossing durations from 1 hour 10 minutes, the route is scheduled to run around 16 times per week.
The regularity and duration of crossing varies from time to time so it is advisable to get a live quote for current availability.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Jersey St Malo route is a car and 2 passengers.
Enjoyed the trips. Took me where I wanted to go. Reasonably priced.
'Thomas' travelled Jersey (St Helier) St Malo with Condor Ferries on Condor RapideRead More Read Less
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 Jersey (St Helier) St Malo with Condor Ferries on Condor RapideRead More Read Less
"Condor Ferry Crossing"
The ferry times and crossing were excellent with well stocked duty free and eating facilities. Highly recommended
'Graham' travelled Jersey (St Helier) St Malo with Condor Ferries on Condor RapideRead More Read Less
"A great way to travel"
After stormy weather on the island the previous day we were expecting a bumpy crossing and were pleasantly surprised with our experience. As foot passengers boarding and disembarking are a little more complicated, but quite efficient with plenty of staff to offer direction. Club class seating is definitely the way to go, no rushing for seats, spacious with pleasant, helpful staff in attendance.
'Anonymous' travelled Jersey (St Helier) St Malo with Condor Ferries on Condor RapideRead More Read Less
St Helier is the capital of the island of Jersey which is the largest of the Channel Islands which are situated in the English Channel. Jersey is not part of the United Kingdom and has a separate relationship to the British Crown from the other Crown Dependencies of Guernsey and the Isle of Man. Jersey has its own international identity from the UK, although the UK is constitutionally responsible for the island's defence.
A popular attraction in St Helier is the Jersey Museum and Art Gallery which tells the story of Jersey from Neolithic times through to the present day. There are many artefacts on display including priceless Bronze Age gold torque and Millais' famous portrait of Lillie Langtry. For a more relaxing way to pass time then visit one of Jersey's lovely beaches or simply hang out in one of St Helier's many bars, cafes and restaurants.
Jersey's port can be found on the south coast of the island, in St Helier, on St Aubin's Bay. Ferry services available from the port depart to St Malo in France, Portsmouth, Poole and Weymouth in England, and also to the neighbouring island of Guernsey. Passenger facilities at the port include a cafe, shop and a duty free outlet.
Although St. Malo may not be one of the biggest cities in the Brittany area of France, it is close to Mont Saint Michel and is a really good base for visitors to explore the city and its surrounding area. There are a number of popular attractions in the city with the most historic located along the cobblestone alleys around the walled city. The city's ramparts provide a lovely view of the city and immediate surrounding area and the Cathedrale St. Vincent, located on the Place Jean de Chatillon is the city's centrepiece attraction. Also popular in the city are the Fort National, the Chateau de St. Malo, the amazing Grand Aquarium and the city's lovely sandy beaches.
The city is the final destination for the daily Condor Ferry, which starts in Weymouth, England, stopping off at both Guernsey and Jersey along the way.