Isle of Wight Ferry
Ferry crossing to Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight
ferry provides the perfect route to England’s largest and second most populous island. There are two main ferry operators that offer crossings on this route, including Red Funnel Ferries
and Wight Link
. Crossing start from 69 sailings a week
at 1 hour with Red Funnel Ferries to 48 sailings a day
with Wight Link, with journey times as short as 22 mins.
Where can you travel from to the Isle of Wight?
Home to famous music festivals and beautiful scenery, 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.
Red Funnel Ferries offers a connection from Southampton to Cowes. While Wight Link offers routes from Lymington to Yarmouth, Portsmouth to Fishbourne and Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde, operated by the world’s longest running commercial hovercraft company, offering an unforgettable experience.
You can also travel in your car on these ferry routes, should you wish to take your vehicle with you to the island.
How much is a ferry to the Isle of Wight?
The Isle of Wight is one of the most popular destinations in England. Therefore, ferry sailings are operated all year round and offer provided by operators are available all seasons.
However, we highly recommend booking in advance your ticket in order to get the best offer for the Isle of Wight ferry. To discover ferry offers you can use our research box in order to get up to date information.