The Condor Ferries Poole Jersey ferry crossing between England and Jersey is the only service operating on this route. With crossing durations from 4 hours 30 minutes, the route is scheduled to run around 8 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 Poole Jersey route is a car and 2 passengers.
"Superb crossing to Jersey"
Fabulous crossings there and back in Ocean Club lounge. Fantastic comfortable reclining seats with a table for drinks and food - perfect hostess service on both trips who treated us like royalty x Food was delicious and served quickly with no fuss - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED and we WILL be using you again !
'Jason and Anne' travelled Poole Jersey (St Helier) with Condor Ferries on Condor LiberationRead More Read Less
"Good experience aboard Condor Liberation."
Having read some not so good reviews prior to our trip, we were a little apprehensive to say the least, but we need not have worried. It couldn't have been a better experience. The staff were all polite and very helpful, the ferry set out at exactly the right time and we were kept informed by the captain regarding weather, sailing conditions, and arrival times. We upgraded our seats to ocean plus recliners which had a panoramic view and made for a very pleasant trip altogether. Overall we would definitely recommend the Condor Liberation and condor ferries for a very pleasant and quick trip to Jersey from Poole.
'Andrew' travelled Poole Jersey (St Helier) with Condor Ferries on Condor LiberationRead More Read Less
"First time traveller "
The ferry was on time and a reasonable service. The food was of good quality and there was a good choice. The staff where helpful and I have no complaints.
'Michael' travelled Poole Jersey (St Helier) with Condor Ferries on Condor LiberationRead More Read Less
This was our first sailing with Condor and was pleasantly surprised with the efficiency with which the craft was loaded with vehicles. We had paid a little extra for our seats and were in the lounge with a good view at the front of the boat with a table, charging points for electronics was also a bonus. The seating was comfortable with plenty of leg room. We did not eat on the boat, the choice of drinks both hot and cold was adequate. Overall a pleasant trip, we did have smooth sea conditions on both sailings so cannot comment on what conditions would be like on rough seas.
'Anonymous' travelled Poole Jersey (St Helier) with Condor Ferries on Condor LiberationRead More Read Less
The English town of Pool lies on the English Channel coast in the south of England, in the county of Dorset. The town is around 30 km to the east of Dorchester and 180 km to the south west of London and is located on the eastern shores of Poole Harbour. The busy port, with many shipping movements each day, is also one of the world's largest natural harbours and is full of wildlife, much of which is visible in the marshes and mudflats and on Brownsea island inside the harbour. There is also a pontoon ferry crossing the harbour mouth back and forward all day, allowing easy access to the Purbecks.
The are good facilities inside the ferry terminal at the harbour including a cafe, a bureau de change and left luggage lockers. Ferry services operating from the port depart to Cherbourg in France with a crossing time of roughly 4 hours and 15 minutes. During the summer months, usually between May and September, there is also a fast ferry service to Cherbourg with a crossing time of just over 2 hours. In the summer there are additional services that operate to St Malo in France (4 hours and 30 minutes) and two daily crossings to St Peter Port in Guernsey (2 hours and 30 minutes) and St Helier in Jersey (3 hours).
The town of St Helier is located on the island of Jersey which is one of the Channel Islands that are in the English Channel. St Helier is one of twelve parishes on the island and is the island's capital and largest town, with a population of around 30,000. The town takes its name from the 6th century Ascetic hermit, Helier, or Helerius. The hermit's feast day is marked by an annual municipal and ecumenical pilgrimage to the Hermitage on the 16th of July.
Popular with visitors is the Central Market, which is an indoor market on Beresford Street, which was opened in 1882 and has been declared a Site of Special Interest. The market has Victorian architecture on show which includes cast iron structures and an ornamental fountain.
Passenger facilities at the town's port include cafes, shops and duty free outlets. Ferry services operating from the port depart to destinations in France and England along with services to Guernsey. services to the UK travel to Poole, Weymouth and Portsmouth and to St Malo in France.