Date: 25 Jun 2019 14:16 Source: Wightlink
Sail to the Isle of Wight this Summer and save with this EXCLUSIVE OFFER.
You can get 10% OFF Wightlink mid-week sailings, only when booking with Direct Ferries!
This offer is valid on all Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday crossings until the 30th September 2019, from Portsmouth to Fishbourne and Ryde & from Lymington to Yarmouth.
The Isle of Wight is an extremely popular destination, especially during Summer so this is the perfect offer to treat yourself and enjoy everything it has to offer without the crowds!
Fares tend to rise as the sailings fill up… Book now to ensure the sailings you want at the best price.
Please Note: Subject to terms and conditions. Subject to availability. Offer applies to foot passengers and motorist bookings. Offer valid is on one way and return tickets (discount might only apply to one of the legs as it’s only valid on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday departures). Offer may be withdrawn at any time. Available discount is automatically included in prices online. New online bookings only.
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