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Ferries to England

The Isle of Wight ferry provides the perfect route to England’s largest and second most populous island. The home to famous music festivals and beautiful scenery and coastline, the isle has been a favoured holiday destination since Victorian times. Situated in the English Channel and separated by the Solent, it lies just four miles from the Hampshire coast.

How long is the ferry to Isle of Wight?

The IOW ferry is a short trip with some of the journeys to and from the mainland taking as little as 10 minutes to complete. You’ll find a ferry crossing to Isle of Wight all year round. Ferries to the Isle of Wight represent some of the quickest and most regular connections in Britain, with up to 30 sailings every day to a few ports on the north coast, from Portsmouth and Lymington. Not only that, the Southsea/Ryde crossing is operated by the world’s longest running commercial hovercraft company, offering an unforgettable experience.

How much is ferry to Isle of Wight?

Isle of Wight ferry prices vary but you can find the best deals and times on our website. It’s not just a walk on passenger route as car ferry travel available. Make sure you use our handy search tool to see what Isle of Wight ferry deals are on offer. Sign up for our email newsletter and follow our social media accounts for more exclusive deals.

What to do on the island?

The Isle of Wight has plenty on offer for those who love the great outdoors. Cowes is famed for its yachting centre, while an extensive network of cycling and walking routes meander through the lush landscape, offering sumptuous coastal views atop quintessentially British white cliffs.

A mild climate and 25 miles’ worth of golden beaches make it an undeniably appealing summer hotspot. Dubbed ‘the UK’s holiday island’ and the ‘Dinosaur Capital of Britain’, the Isle of Wight is popular for many types of excursions, all year round. Its prehistoric-themed nickname derives from its high density of dinosaur fossils. Over 25 different species have been discovered to once roam the island, making it one of the richest areas for fossils in Europe.

If you are booking a ferry to Ireland, then look no further than Direct Ferries. We compare ferry prices to Ireland for all major ferry operators on the Irish Sea, giving you the best choice at the times and dates that suit you. You can travel to several different ports which include the ferry to Northern Ireland with Belfast and Larne, as well as Rosslare and Dublin in the Republic of Ireland.

What is the best ferry to Ireland?

There are plenty of options if you are looking for ferry tickets to Ireland. You can select from a ferry from Scotland to Ireland, or from ports in England, Wales and Isle of Man, with four different ferry companies. Isle of Man Steam Packet run the crossings from Douglas, whilst Stena Line, Irish Ferries and P&O Ferries deliver ferry crossings to Ireland from England, Scotland and Wales.

How many crossings to Ireland?

There are a huge range of daily ferries to Ireland throughout the whole years. Crossing times range from a duration of two hours from Cairnryan to Larne, to longer routes like the eight-hour crossing to Belfast from Liverpool Birkenhead and plenty in between.

Whether you are travelling with friends, family, as a couple or on your own, the car ferry to Ireland could be the best option for you. Exploring the Emerald Isle could be made very simple with your own vehicle. Don’t worry if you are going as a foot passenger though, as there are plenty of tickets and crossings available too.

Best time to book ferry to Ireland

To find the best deal for you make sure you use our handy fare finder search tool. Here you can get the time, dates and prices to suit both your pocket and your schedule. Also, make sure you sign up for our regular email newsletter. Here you’ll be able to benefit from new and exclusive deals, not just on this route but all across the UK, Ireland, Europe and the rest of the world.

Travel to the Isle of Man is extremely simple with Direct Ferries. The island is perfectly placed for ferry travel with connections offered from England, Ireland and Northern Ireland. Douglas Harbour is the entrance point for all passenger ferries travelling to the island.

Best way to get to Isle of Man

If travelling from England you depart from Liverpool, Liverpool Birkenhead and Heysham. Liverpool typically boasts the most frequent services with the shortest crossing time at around two and three quarter hours. Throughout the year, the Isle of Man Steam Packet also operates sailings from Belfast in Northern Ireland and crossings from Dublin.

Isle of Man ferry timetable

The Isle of Man Steam Packet service operates up to 30 sailings a week, with crossings made daily. There are frequent sailings from Douglas to Heysham and Liverpool, journeys to Liverpool Birkenhead, Belfast and Dublin are limited to a couple a week. For the full timetable, use our search tool to see which times and dates suit you.

How big is the Isle of Man?

The Isle of Man is one of the most beautiful spots in Britain, a mountainous, cliff-fringed island just thirty-one miles by thirteen, into which are shoehorned austere moor lands and wooded glens, sandy beaches, fine castles, beguiling narrow-gauge railways and scores of standing stones and Celtic crosses.

Part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, Alderney is a small island that still manages to boast stunning landscapes, as well as a varied history, and many activities to help keep you entertained. With up to 2 ferries a week coming from Dielette in France, and ferries taking under an hour in sail times, book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferries at the best price for you.

Wedged between Estonia and Lithuania, Latvia is one of the three Baltic Nations, nestled in the northeast corner of mainland Europe.

Since ancient times, Latvia has been a well-known trading post, earning recognition from empires as far as Rome and Greece for cultivating amber, which was then more valuable than gold. As a result, Latvia has long been a melting-pot of nationalities, attracting foreign visitors and workers from around Europe. Additionally, gaining independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, it then flourished economically, while leaving behind separate geographical regions, all with different social attitudes and cultural disparities, making Latvia even more exciting to explore today.

A trip to Latvia means getting close to nature; it has the fifth highest proportion of land covered by forest in the European Union, almost thirteen thousand rivers, four national parks and over thirty thousand species of wildlife and plants. Unsurprisingly, then, it’s popular for cycling and hiking holidays, and the relatively short coastline has some gems for beaches, with the best silver stretches of sand to be found outside the capital, Riga, and by the resort town of Jurmala.

Latvia’s shining light, however, is the capital city. Set upon the Daugava River, close to the Baltic Sea, the cosmopolitan Riga oozes art nouveau, with facades decorated with intricate carvings of mythological creatures and a picturesque skyline primarily of Gothic spires. Famous for its UNESCO World Heritage Site listed Old Town, the city itself has been shaped by over eight hundred years of history, all while boasting modern art centres, trendy bars and innovative restaurants. Riga is also widely acknowledged as the birthplace of the Christmas tree, with some accounts dated back to the 1500s, meaning the city becomes even more striking during the festive season.

Ferries traverse the Baltic Sea to a few ports on the Latvian coast, including the capital and a couple of port towns further west. With regular ferry routes from a couple of destinations in Sweden, it’s easy to reach Latvia from the Scandinavian Peninsula, while the slightly less frequent crossings from northeast Germany make it accessible from mainland Europe.

The largest of the Scandinavian countries, Sweden has some of the most varied and beautiful landscapes on offer in Scandinavia, as well as being one of the most popular destinations to visit by ferry. Known for its rich landscapes, spanning from glaciers, to forests, to mountains, to wild coastlines, Sweden holds a special appeal to all kinds of visitors, from those looking for a cultural adventure, those looking to escape to nature, and even those looking for a fun nightlife.

With ferries coming from a number of destinations, such as Germany, Finland, Estonia, Russia, and Poland, Sweden is one of the most easily accessible countries in Scandinavia, with over 549 ferries running here per week across 31 routes, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

The best way to get relaxed to Croatia is using on of our many ferry services and avoid a long overland drive.

Croatia is located on the Adriatic Sea, a side arm of the Mediterranean Sea and with its long coastline and myriad of islands it is ideal to travel to Croatia by ferry. Ferries go to the Croatian mainland as well as popular islands such as Cres, Hvar, Rab and the island of Pag.

Ferry services to Croatia

There are 6 different ferry operators offering a total of 24 routes between Croatia and Italy from a combined 19 ports. Ferries leave Italy from the ports of Venice, Ancona, Trieste, Bari, Pesaro, Cesenatico and Civitanova Marche.

In Croatia ferries arrive in the towns of Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Rovinj, Pula, Porec and Umag, as well as the island ports of Hvar, Stari Grad, Mali Losinj, Rab and Novalja. View our map for all crossings and ports from and to Croatia.

How long does the Croatia ferry take?

Ferries between Croatia and Italy are offered on a schedule between 1 and 7 times a week and the crossing duration is from 1 hour 30 minutes on the Trieste – Rovinj crossing to 14 hours and 15 minutes on the Ancona – Stari Grad route.

With the car to Croatia by ferry

You can travel with your car, motorhome or motorcycle if you book a trip with Jadrolinija, SNAV or Venezia line on one of the following routes to Croatia:

From Ancona to Split and Zadar, from Bari to Dubrovnik and from Venice to Rovinj, Pula, Porec and Umag. On all other routes and with all other ferry operators you can only travel as a foot passenger or with a bicycle.

Find the cheapest Croatia ferry tickets

Book with Direct Ferries easy and quick online to get the best prices available for your next Croatia ferry trip. With us you can also compare ferry operators, timetables and costs and read about the experience of other customers. Use our price finder tool and profit from special deals and offers.

Greek ferries are the best way to get around Greece as the country is made up of the longest coastline in the Mediterranean and encompasses countless islands and archipelagos. The most popular ferries go from Italy to Greece, from Piraeus (the port of Athens) to the islands and domestic crossings within the hundreds of beautiful islands. Island hopping with Greek ferries is very popular as you can visit many gorgeous islands in one holiday.

There is a plethora of Greek ferry routes to chose from so you really are spoiled for choice when planning your journey. Find all Greek ferry routes and ports on our map or select an individual route for more details.

Getting to Greece with a ferry

If you want to travel from Italy to Greece you can embark from Venice, Ancona, Bari or Brindisi and travel across the Adriatic Sea to Patras or Igoumenitsa on the Greek west coast or the island of Corfu.

How long do ferries take to Greece?

The fastest route to Greece is from Brindisi or Bari to Corfu with a crossing time of only 8 hours. To the Greek mainland the fastest sailing is Bari – Igoumenitsa. The longest crossing is Venice to Igoumenitsa with a duration of 30 hours and 30 minutes, but this means that you can relax and safe on a long overland drive.

Depending on your selected route ferry services operate on a schedule between once and 11 times per week.

Greek ferries within Greece

Some of the most popular islands are the Cyclades islands of Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros and Milos, as well as the island of Crete, Rhodes, Skopelos, Symi, Kos and Corfu to name but a few.

Head over to our Greek Islands page for more information about ferry services within Greece.

Should I book Greek ferries in advance?

Despite the wide range of ferry routes and sailings offered on Greek ferries, especially in the summer months ferries can be fully booked in advance and prices tend to increase the closer the date of departure comes. To ensure you get the choice and price that best suits your travel plans.

Book cheap Greek ferry tickets with Direct Ferries

View timetables and prices, compare routes and ferry operators, read reviews on ships, on board experience and get information about port and terminal addresses and much more. Book your next Greek ferry now online with Direct Ferries and safe, as we have the best prices and offer special deals and discounts.

How much is the ferry to France?

There are many different ferry ticket options for you to pick from - ferry prices can vary due to times of year, number of passengers, what route you are taking, and if you are bringing your car with you. Book with Direct Ferries now in order to get the cheapest tickets for ferries to France, and sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about all of our latest deals and offers.

How long are ferries to France?

How long your ferry to France will take depends on which route you take. If, for example, you take our ever popular ferry from England to France, then this journey could take anywhere between 35 minutes to 11 hours, very much depending on where you sail from and to. Some of the longest ferry journeys that you can expect come from Algeria, which takes on average about 23 hours, and from Morocco, which can take up to 39 hours and 45 minutes.

Which ferries go to France?

At this moment in time, there are a huge variety of ferries that are available to get you to France; overall, there are about 929 per week that travel to France – from a multitude of locations, such as the ferry from Portsmouth, the ferry from Dover, and the ferry from Poole.

Can I take my dog on the ferry to France?

Yes, it is entirely possible for you to bring your dog with you on the ferry, just remember that you are responsible for making sure that your pet complies with regulations both on the ferry, and in France itself.

Is there a Ferry between the North and South islands?

One of New Zealand’s most popular and important routes, the ferry services across the Cook Strait are currently being provided by two different ferry operators, Interislander Ferries and Bluebridge Ferries. Providing 7 sailings a day, there are plenty of ferry services for you to choose from to get you between Wellington and Picton.

How long does the Ferry take?

As there are so many different ferry services available from New Zealand, ferry times really do vary depending on what route you are taking. Routes lengths can take anything from 25 minutes, such as the ferry to Rangitoto Island, to 2 hours, such as the ferry to Coromandel, to 5 hours, such as the ferry to the Great Barrier Reef. To learn more about your route, please visit the specific route page.

Are there Ferries to the New Zealand Islands?

There are currently plenty of ferries available to range of different islands around New Zealand, such as the ever popular ferry to Waiheke Island, which runs up to 49 ferry services a day, and the ferry to Stewart Island, Rangitoto Island, Montutapu Island and the Great Barrier Island. For more information about specific routes, please visit our dedicated routes pages for everything you need to know about these ferries.

How much is the Ferry in New Zealand?

Due to the many different ferries that are available throughout New Zealand, there are a variety of ferry fares on offer. Prices can change due to times of year, and what ferry you are taking – please use our helpful fare finder tool to find the best route and price for your journey.

Rich in history and natural wildlife throughout the year, the Orkney Islands are the perfect place to come to visit a variety of historical attractions, from prehistoric villages, to chapels built during World War Two. Easily accessible from mainland Scotland, as well as from the Shetland Islands, ferries to the Orkney Islands run up to 49 times a week, and with 2 different ferry operators providing ferries, there is no shortage of choice.

Orkney Islands Ferry Timetable

With over 49 ferries running a week, from 4 different destinations, there is plenty of choice when it comes to picking your ferry. Indeed, there are up to 3 ferries daily running from both Gills Bay to St Maragret's Hope, and from Scrabster to Stromness, but this means that it is difficult to give one exact timetable, especially due to the variety of different destinations and number of different ferries running, but we will always give you the most important information when you are making your booking, so you can find the best ferry at the best time for you.

Ferry to Orkney Islands Prices

How much the ferry to Orkney can cost is highly dependent on many different factors, from what time of year you are travelling, what route you are travelling on, how you are travelling, and so on. We therefore recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Car Ferry to the Orkney Islands

You can currently take your car with you on all four routes to the Orkney Islands, as both operators, Northlink Ferries and Pentland Ferries, can support cars onboard their ships.

How do I get to the Orkney Islands?

Not only are there four different ferry routes to pick from when travelling to the Orkney Islands, but ferry times can range between an hour and 7 hours and 30 minutes, so there is plenty of choice of not only how long you want to travel for, but where in the Orkneys you want to travel to.

With beautiful landscapes, and some of the mildest temperatures in Canada, Vancouver Island is the perfect place to visit to see historical landmarks, as well as get closer to nature. With 7 ferry crossings running a week, provided by one ferry operator, book now with Direct Ferries to get the best ferry at the best price for you.

Vancouver Island Ferry Times

Although there are only seven ferries that run between Vancouver and Victoria every week, there is not one single ferry timetable, as ferry sailings can be affected by a range of factors. What time of year you are sailing, weather conditions at the time of sail, and other such reasons affect the timetable, but we will always give you the most relevant information when you are making your booking.

Vancouver Island Ferry Prices

Prices for the Vancouver Island ferry can change due to any number of reasons, from time of year, to how you are travelling, such as by foot, so there is not one set price for the ferry. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

How long is the Ferry to Vancouver Island?

On average, the ferry to Vancouver Island takes around 3 hours and 30 minutes, but bear in mind that ferry sail duration can be impacted by a variety go different factors, such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so the sailing duration may take longer than expected.

Car Ferries to Vancouver Island

Currently, the ferry to Vancouver is run by V2V Vacations, and their ships do not support cars onboard at this time, so you will not be able to bring your car with you on this ferry.

Kangaroo Island Ferry

The most popular tourist destination of Australia’s many Islands, Kangaroo Island is the perfect place to visit to see stunning wildlife and beautiful beaches, and to really get closer to nature. With 5 ferry crossings running daily to Kangaroo Island from the mainland of Australia, and with sail times of only 45 minutes, book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for your trip to Kangaroo Island.

Ferry to Kangaroo Island Timetable

Although there is only one ferry operator that provides ferries to Kangaroo Island, on the Cape Jervis to Penneshaw route, and as there are up to 5 ferries sailing a day, there is not one specific ferry timetable. This is also because ferry sailings can be impacted by a number of factors, such as time of year, and weather conditions, but we will always give you the most relevant information when you are making your booking.

How much does the Ferry to Kangaroo Island cost?

Ferry prices are highly dependent on the circumstances of the ferry and to your specific journey, from what time of year you are travelling, to how you are travelling, such as by car or on foot. Because of this, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, which lets you find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers. .

Kangaroo Island Ferry Duration

On average, ferries to Kangaroo Island only take around 45 minutes, making it a quick and easy trip to take. However, do bear in mind that ferry durations can be affected by any number of factors, such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so there may be delays in how long your ferry will sail for.

Can I take my car on the Ferry to Kangaroo Island?

Sealink Kangaroo Island, the operator that provides ferries to Kangaroo Island, does allow cars onboard their ferries, so you will be able to bring your car with you, but no pets are allowed onboard.

The perfect place to come for a peaceful retreat and to witness a range of different ecosystems, the dense mountainous landscape is perfect for taking hiking trips, and for venturing deep into the surrounding woodland. With over 184 hour ferry crossings to La Gomera weekly, on over 8 different routes, book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you, from over 5 different destinations, giving you the choice you need for making the perfect journey.

La Gomera Ferry Timetable

As there are up to 184 ferries running a week from 5 different destinations, both within La Gomera, and from Tenerife and from La Palma, there is not one ferry timetable. Ferry sailings can also be affected by last minute changes as well as seasonal impacts, such as what time of year you are travelling, so having one specific timetable is impossible, but we will always give you the most important information before you make your booking.

Ferry to La Gomera Prices

How much the ferry to La Gomera costs is dependent on a range of factors, from time of year, to which route you are travelling on, to how you are travelling, such as by foot or with your car, so there is not one singular ferry price. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry for the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

How long does the La Gomera Ferry take?

Ferry durations are very much dependent not only on what route you are taking, but also what ferry operator you are travelling with, as well as other external factors at the time of sail. On average, ferries can last anywhere between 30 minutes, to 2 hours 45 minutes, so be sure to check before you travel what your expected sail time will be.

Car Ferry to La Gomera

Currently, you can bring your car with you on the ferries from Tenerife and La Palma, but you cannot bring your car with you on the ferries within La Gomera.

Alderney Ferry Timetable

Although there are only 2 ferries running a week to Alderney, there is not a specific ferry timetable, especially as ferry crossings can be affected by external factors, such as weather conditions on certain days, as well as which ferries are sailing. They can also be affected by factors such as time of year, but we will always give you the most up to date information before you make your booking.

How long does the Ferry to Alderney take?

On average, the ferry to Alderney takes just under an hour in sail time, at just under 55 minutes, but be sure to bear in mind that ferry durations can be affected by factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so how long the ferry takes may be affected by these.

Ferry to Alderney Prices

Ferry prices are defined by a range of different aspects, such as seasonal changes, what ferry operator you are travelling with, and how you are travelling, such as by foot or with your car. Because of this, we recommend checking out our helpful fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Is there Parking at Alderney?

There is plenty of street parking available throughout Alderney, although you cannot bring your car with you on the ferry to Alderney. However, there is car hire available on the island, as well as a railway system that will take you to all parts of the island, so there are plenty of public transport links available.

Estonia Ferry

Known for its rich history and even richer natural landscapes, Estonia is the perfect place to visit to see a diverse culture, wide ranging historical cities, and expansive forests. With up to 119 ferries a week sailing to Estonia, across 5 different routes, there is no shortage of ferries available when making your booking with Direct Ferries to see this visually stunning country.

Estonia Ferry Timetable

As there are so many ferries to Estonia sailing per week, up to 119, from four different countries, Finland, Sweden, Aland, and Russia, and as they are supplied by 5 different ferry companies, it is impossible to provide a singular ferry timetable. This is especially true as ferry timetables can be affected by seasonal changes, so vary from month to month, but here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most recent information, to help you to make the most the most informed decision possible.

How long is the Ferry to Estonia?

With over 119 Estonia ferries a week, running across 5 different routes, there is wide range of ferry sail times, especially as they can be affected by factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail. On average, ferry crossings can take anywhere between 2 hours, to 9 hours, to 18 hours and 30 minutes, very much depending on which route you are taking, and which ferry operator you are travelling with

Estonia Ferry Prices

How much the ferry to Estonia will cost is determined by a range of different factors, from what time of year you are travelling, what route you are travelling on, who you are travelling with, and how you are travelling, so there is not one specific ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Can I take my car on the Ferry to Estonia?

You can currently take your car on all of the routes to Estonia, but be sure to check before you travel, as some ferry operators may not allow cars on certain routes, or at certain times of day.

Ferries to Magnetic Island

A beautiful island that can lay claim to stunning views and incredible natural wildlife, Magnetic Island is the perfect place to visit to get away from the rush of life. With one ferry route to Magnetic Island from Australia being operated by 2 different ferry companies, and with 24 ferries sailing a day, book now with Direct Ferries to get the best price for one of Australia’s most popular ferry routes.

Magnetic Island Ferry Timetable

Although there is only one ferry to Magnetic Island, there is no one specific timetable for the ferries, as the number of ferries that sail a day can vary due to times of year, and other factors. Generally, there are up to 24 ferries running per day to Magnetic Island, giving you plenty of choice, and we will always try to give you the most up to date information regarding our sailings, so you can find the perfect ferry trip.

How long is the Ferry to Magnetic Island?

Again, although there is only one ferry service running to Magnetic Island, the fact that it is run by two different operators means that there is no one specific sail time, especially as sail times can also vary due to other factors such as weather conditions. On average, sail times are between 25 minutes to 40 minutes, but this is no guarantee, so be sure to ask when you board what your expected sail time will be.

Magnetic Island Ferry Prices

How much the ferry to Magnetic Island will cost can vary due to a number of factors, such as what time of year you are sailing, who you are sailing with, and what you are bringing with you, such as bringing your car or travelling as a foot passenger. As there is no one specific price, we therefore recommend checking out our helpful fare finder tool, to find the best price for your journey, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Can I take my car on the Ferry to Magnetic Island?

You are currently able to take your car with you on the Townsville to Nelly Bay ferry, on the ferries operated by Fantasea Cruising Magnetic, as Sealink Queensland does not support cars on their ferries.

Home not only to stretches of stunning beaches, but also varied wildlife and a deep cultural history, Sardinia is the perfect place to visit to relax, indulge in delicious food, and escape from daily life. As one of the most well connected islands in the Mediterranean, there are 201 ferries a week to Sardinia coming from Italy, Spain, France, Sicily, and many other locations, so book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Sardinia Ferry Timetable

With over 201 ferries a week running across 24 routes, there is not one exact ferry timetable, as there are too many ferries to out into one timetable. Ferry timetables can also be affected by other factors, such as seasonal changes, and ferry operators, and can change even at the last moment, so setting out one exact ferry timetable is impossible. However, here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most up-to-date information when you are making your booking, so you can find the best ferry for you.

How long is the Ferry to Sardinia?

As there are so many ferries that run to Sardinia, across such a wide range of different routes, means that there is not one singular ferry duration, as they can be defined by routes, ferry operators, as well as external factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail. On average, ferry sailings can last anywhere between 50 minutes, to 3 hours, to 8 hours, to 15 hours and 30 minutes, depending once again on the route taken and the operator, so be sure to check before you travel.

What is the Ferry Fare to Sardinia?

There is not one exact ferry fare, as they are created by a variety of different factors, from times of year, to routes, to operators, to other factors such as how you are travelling, so all these need to be taken into consideration when looking at ferry prices. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Car Ferry to Sardinia

You are currently able to bring your car with you on all ferry routes to Sardinia.

The second largest island in Thailand, Koh Samui is home to stunning landscapes that feature lush rainforest, coconut groves, and deserted beaches, and is the perfect place to come to relax, escape from every day life, and to experience a warm and welcoming culture with the vibrant locals. With up to 28 ferries a week running across 3 different routes, book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Koh Samui Ferry Timetable

As there are 3 different ferry routes that run to Koh Samui, there is not one exact ferry schedule, as ferry crossings can be changed at any given moment, and are affected by factors such as seasonal changes, and ferry operators. On average, there are around 28 ferries running per week, and here at Direct Ferries we will always give you the most relevant information when you are making your booking, so you can find the best ferry for you.

How long does the Ferry to Koh Samui take?

Ferry sail durations can be affected by factors such as routes, as well as external factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so there is not one exact ferry sail time. Indeed, ferries to Koh Samui can take anywhere between 45 minutes, to 6 and a half hours, so be sure to check before you travel what your expected sail time will be.

Koh Samui Ferry Prices

How much the ferry to Koh Samui will cost is dependent on a number of factors, such as ferry route, operator, and how you are travelling, such as on foot, so there is not one exact ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our helpful fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Can I take my car on the Ferry to Koh Samui?

You currently cannot take your car with you on any of the ferries to Koh Samui.

Known for impressive skylines and natural landscapes, Hong Kong is the perfect place to come to visit a culture that blends together both ‘east’ and ‘west’ styles, with more food to choose from than you’ll know what to do with. With its natural harbour, taking the ferry to Hong Kong has never been easier, especially with there being up to 1008 ferries a week running across 9 different routes, so book now with Direct Ferries to find the perfect ferry at the best price for you.

Hong Kong Ferry Timetable

As there are so many ferries to Hong Kong running on a weekly basis, up to 1008 across 9 ferry routes, it is impossible to give one ferry timetable. This is also because timetables are dependent on other factors such as seasonal changes, ferry operators, and the routes themselves, but here at Direct Ferries we will always give you the most relevant information when you are making your booking.

How long does the Ferry to Hong Kong take?

There is a wide range in Hong Kong ferry sail times due not only to the different ferry routes and ferry operators, but also due to external factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail. On average, ferry sail durations are around an hour to an hour and 20 minutes, giving you quick and easy sailing times throughout Hong Kong and Macau.

Hong Kong Ferry Prices

Ferry fares are defined by a large number of different aspects, from time of year, to ferry route, to ferry operator, to how you are travelling, so there is not one single ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Can I take my Car on the Ferry to Hong Kong?

You are currently not able to bring your car with you on any of the ferries to Hong Kong.

The largest island in New England, Martha’s Vineyard is one of the most popular islands on the east coast, due to the mix of charming countryside views, mixed with all the modern amenities you may need. Popular with holiday makers across both the US and the rest of the world, this beautiful island is perfect to visit all year round, but is especially popular during the summer months, due to the pleasant weather. With the only way to access the islands being via ferry, we offer up to 9 ferries per day to Martha’s Vineyard, across 2 different routes, and with journeys only taking around an hour, book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry to Martha's Vineyard for you.

Martha's Vineyard sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season, and from month to month, so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Martha’s Vineyard Ferry Schedule

The ferry schedule for Martha’s Vineyard can change due to many different factors, such as seasonal changes, ferry routes, and ferry operators, so there is not one single ferry timetable. Indeed, on average, there are around 9 ferries running per day to Martha’s Vineyard, and therefore up to 63 per week, but here at Direct Ferries, we will always provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding ferry sailings.

How long does the Ferry to Martha’s Vineyard take?

Martha's Vineyard ferry sail durations can vary between 1 hour and 1 hour and 10 minutes, but these times may change at any time, due to many different factors. These can include ferry routes, and other external factors, such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so be sure to check before you sail, what your ferry sail time will be.

Martha’s Vineyard Ferry Prices

How much the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard will cost is defined by different aspects, such as which route you are travelling on, which operator you are travelling with, time of year, how you are travelling, and so on, so there is not one single ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our useful fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Can I take my Car on the Ferry to Martha’s Vineyard?

You are currently not able to bring your car with you to Martha’s Vineyard, but you are able to bring your pets with you.

A small Special Administrative Region in the south-east of China, Macau is home to wide ranging history and culture, thanks in part to its deep roots in Portuguese colonial history. With an array of museums, cultural landmarks, stunning sceneries, and a multitude of cuisines to eat from, there is no shortage of places to visit whilst staying in Macau. There is plenty of access to Macau by ferry, with ferries running from multiple ports in Hong Kong, and from China, and with up to 1108 ferries running per week across 11 routes by 2 different operators, book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Macau sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season, and from month to month, so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Macau Ferry Schedule

The ferry schedule for ferries to Macau can be affected by many different factors, such as seasonal changes, ferry routes, ferry operators, and other such factors, so there is not one single ferry timetable. Indeed, for ferries to Macau, there are up to 1108 ferries running per week across 11 routes, coming from a range of destinations, but here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most relevant information before you make your booking, so you can find the best ferry for you. For more information regarding specific routes to Macau, please visit the dedicated route page.

How long does the Ferry to Macau take?

Ferry sail durations to Macau generally take around 1 hour, across all routes, but be sure to bear in mind that these durations are an estimate, and that sail times can change at any time. This can be due to a range of reasons, such as ferry routes, ferry operators, and external factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so be sure to check before you book what your expected sail time will be.

Macau Ferry Prices

How much the ferry to Macau costs is defined by many different aspects, such as time of year you are travelling, what route you are travelling on, which operator you are travelling with, how you are travelling and so on, so there are multiple ferry fares on offer here. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

What ports are there in Macau?

There are 2 different ferry ports in Macau, Macau Outer Harbour, and Macau Taipa, so be sure to check before you book which ferry port you are travelling to.

A stunning and incredibly popular country, Poland is one of the best places to visit by ferry, thanks to its perfect locations by the Baltic Sea. Home to a deep and rich history, Poland is known for its constantly changing landscape, and greatly contrasting cities, which feature a mixture of medieval, renaissance, and modern buildings and architecture.

You can currently get the ferry to Poland from a number of destinations, primarily from Sweden, as it just across the Baltic Sea from Poland, and there are ferries coming from 4 destinations here, as well as 1 ferry coming from the island of Bornholm near Denmark, so there is no shortage of choice of ferries.

There are 3 different ferry ports in Poland, stretching across the main coast of Poland, and with easy access to the rest of the country, book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Frequently asked questions about travelling by ferry to Poland

• How long is the Ferry to Poland?

Ferries to Poland can take between 5 hours and 45 minutes, and 18 hours, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.

• How much is the Ferry to Poland?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

• Which Ferry Companies go to Poland?

Ferries to Poland are provided by Stena Line, Polferries, TT-Line, and Unity Line.

• Where can I get a Ferry to Poland?

You can get a ferry to Poland from both Sweden, and the island of Bornholm by Denmark, from 5 different ferry ports.

• Can I take my Car on the Ferry to Poland?

You can take your car on the ferry to Poland.

Frequently asked questions about travelling by ferry to Sweden

• How long is the Ferry to Sweden?

Ferries to Sweden can take between 1 hour and 45 minutes and 20 hours and 50 minutes, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.

• How much is the Ferry to Sweden?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

• Which Ferry Companies go to Sweden?

Ferries to Sweden are currently provided by 14 different operators, including Viking Line, TT Line, DFDS Seaways, Stena Line, and Fjordline.

• Where can I get a Ferry to Sweden?

You can get a ferry to Sweden from 11 destinations, including Aland, Denmark, Poland, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Norway, Russia, and Gotland.

• Can you get a Ferry to Sweden from the UK?

You are not currently able to get a ferry from the UK to Sweden, but there are over 11 different destinations that you are able to get a ferry from.

Home to the Vikings, Denmark is made up of a number of different islands, which have all been connected together by bridges and tunnels, but taking a ferry is still a highly convenient method of travel here.

With a deep and rich history, Denmark is also home to the spectacular scenery that Scandinavia is known for, so there is plenty here for everyone to enjoy whilst visiting.

There are many ferries that run to Denmark, from Norway, Sweden and Germany, so there is no shortage of ferries to pick from when travelling to Denmark, with up to 560 ferries running per week across 11 routes, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Frequently asked questions about travelling by ferry to Denmark

• How long is the Ferry to Denmark?

Ferries to Denmark can take between 45 minutes and 18 hours, and they can be affected by a number of factors, including ferry routes, operators, and weather conditions at the time of sail.

• How much is the Ferry to Denmark?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

• Which Ferry Companies go to Denmark?

Ferries to Denmark are provided by Stena Line, Fjord Line, Color Line, DFDS Seaways, and Scandlines Ferries.

• Where can I get a Ferry to Denmark?

You can get a ferry to Denmark from over 10 different ferry ports, including places in Germany, Sweden, and Norway.

• Can you take your car on the Ferry to Denmark?

You are currently able to take your car on the ferry to Denmark.

One of the most popular and well known places in Europe to visit, Italy is the perfect place to come for a mixture of history and relaxation. With a deep history dating back to the Roman period, and home to a rich and varied landscape containing mountains, lakes, and expansive coastlines, it has never been easier to visit Italy by ferry.

There are over 28 destinations providing ferries to Italy, including ferries within Italy, the Aeolian Islands, Croatia, Greece, Slovenia, and many of the different groups of islands within the Mediterranean, and there are up to 12706 ferries running per week across 350 different routes, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Frequently asked questions about travelling by ferry to Italy

• How long is the Ferry to Italy?

Ferries to Italy can take between 10 minutes and 57 hours, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.

• How much is the Ferry to Italy?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

• Which Ferry Companies go to Italy?

Ferries to Italy are currently provided by 31 operators, such as Alilauro, NLG, Corsica Ferries, Tirrenia, Positano Jet, Grimaldi Lines, GNV, Medmar, Laziomar, Ventouris Ferries, Atlas Kompas, and many others.

• Where can I get a Ferry to Italy?

You can get a ferry to Italy from over 28 destinations, such as within Italy, from many of the surrounding islands groups, such as the Aeolian Islands, the Pontine Islands, the Ionian Islands, as well as from bigger countries such as Greece, Croatia, Spain, Albania, and so on.

• Can I take my Car on the Ferry to Italy?

You are able to take your car on certain ferry routes to Italy, depending on the operator.

One of the best known countries in Scandinavia, Norway is home to both stunning landscapes and sprawling urban centres, making it the perfect place to visit to for a fun and exciting adventure.

Known for its towering mountain ranges, deep picturesque fjords, and being home to some of the best spots to view the Northern Lights, Norway offers many different sights and features for all visitors, so there is never a lack of things to do.

There are many ferries that run to Norway, with the majority of ferries running within Norway itself, as well as from Denmark, Sweden and Germany, so there is no shortage of ferries to pick from, with up to 1327 ferries running per week across 136 routes, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Frequently asked questions about travelling by ferry to Norway

• How long is the Ferry to Norway?

Ferries to Norway can take between 10 minutes and 24 hours, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.

• How much is the Ferry to Norway?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

• Which Ferry Companies go to Norway?

Ferries to Norway are provided by Norled, Fjord Line, Rødne Fjord Cruise, DFDS Seaways, Stena Line, and Color Line.

• Where can I get a Ferry to Norway?

You can get a ferry to Norway from 4 destinations, including within Norway, Denmark, Germany, and Sweden.

• Can I take my Car on the Ferry to Norway?

You can take your car on certain ferry routes to Norway, but it does depend on which operator you are travelling with.

One of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe for UK travellers, there is a whole host of places to visit and enjoy within Spain, for any traveller.

Home to an array of beautiful and historical cities, both within the country, and on the coastline, Spain is known for its mild climates, remarkable landscapes, and friendly locals, so this is the perfect place to visit, no matter what the purpose of your visit is.

There are a large number of ferries running to Spain from over 17 destinations, such as from Ireland, Ibiza, Italy, France, and with up to 2974 ferries running per week across 100 routes, there is no shortage of ferries to choose from when sailing to Spain, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Frequently asked questions about travelling by ferry to Spain

• How long is the Ferry to Spain?

Ferries to Spain can take between 20 minutes and 59 hours and 30 minutes, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.

• How much is the Ferry to Spain?

Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.

• Which Ferry Companies go to Spain?

Ferries to Spain are provided by 17 operators, including Trasmediterranea, Grimaldi Lines, Balearia, Fred Olsen Express, and GNV.

• Where can I get a Ferry to Spain?

You can currently get a ferry to Spain from over 17 destinations, including Ibiza, Ireland, Lanzarote, England, and Mallorca, as well as ferries running within Spain itself.

• Can you take your dog on the Ferry to Spain?

You can take your pet with you on certain ferry routes to Spain, but this is entirely dependent on the operator.

The third largest and populated island in the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus is one of the most popular islands to visit from both Europe and the Middle East. Home to a year-round mild climate, rich historical sites, and plenty of beaches and resorts to visit, getting a ferry to Cyprus has never been easier, with 2 different ferry routes to choose from. With up to 7 ferries running per week to Cyprus, from 2 ports in Turkey, book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

Cyprus sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season, and from month to month, so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Cyprus Ferry Timetable

The ferry timetable for ferries to Cyprus has up to 7 ferries running per week, across 2 different routes, but ferry timetables can change at any given moment, and this is due to several different factors. These can include seasonal changes, changes to the ferry routes, changes made by the ferry operators, and other such factors, but here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most up-to-date information regarding ferry sail times, so you can find the best ferry at the best price for you.

How long does the Ferry to Cyprus take?

Ferries to Cyprus can generally take between 6 hours and 8 hours and 30 minutes, and this variation is caused for many reasons, such as different ferry routes, changes to the ferry routes, different operators, and external factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail. This means that any sail times that we give here are to be taken as estimates only, and be sure to check before you book, what your estimated sail time will be.

Cyprus Ferry Prices

How much the ferry to Cyprus will cost is defined by many separate aspects, such as what time of year you are travelling, which ferry route you are travelling on, which ferry operator you are travelling with, how you are travelling, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available here. Instead, we recommend checking out our useful fare finder tool, to find the best ferries at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Can I take my Car on the Ferry to Cyprus?

You are currently not able to take your car with you on the ferry to Cyprus.

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    Perfect trip no delays got onto an earlier ferry on our return and a perfect service in the premium lounge, very good value

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