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If you aren’t in a rush to get to your destination of either mainland England or the Isle of Wight then you can opt for the more scenic route between Lymington and Yarmouth.
This is a slower but far more scenic route than the faster and popular Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde route and a little more scenic than the most popular Portsmouth to Fishbourne route. So if breathtaking views are what you are after then this 40 minute ferry ride is the perfect choice!
Whether you wish to travel by foot, bike or with your motor vehicle then you have the option on this ferry route and for a great price you can get to your destination within an hour.
If you are travelling by foot then prices start at just £17.60 for a return trip! There are some concessions available if you are applicable. A great addition to your foot passenger ticket is that you can bring your bike for free! Perfect for those who wish to stay in the area and travel by bike when they arrive.
Taking your vehicle is also an affordable option with prices starting at just £27.75 with upgrades from economy to standard available.
You can fully appreciate the scenic trip on this ferry trip by making use of the outside sun deck and when you have had enough of the sea air you can pop into the passenger lounge and grab a quick bite to eat from the hot and cold food and drink options on board.
With other facilities including accessibility options (these can be booked in advance), bike storage and the option to bring your pets this ferry crossing is a great opportunity to travel.
This is one of the more scenic routes to take from the Isle of Wight to mainland England and at both ends you will find a picturesque port and nearby town areas to explore.
Despite being known for its scenery this is also a relatively quick way to travel with only a 40 minute travel time and with plenty of amenities on board and the ability to take your vehicle with you.
From Lyminton to Yarmouth crossings start at 6.25am with an extra crossing at 7.45am. And from Yarmouth to Lymington ferry crossings start at 5.30am and end at 9pm.
There are extra crossings provided on a Monday and Friday to ensure availability for those commuting on these days.
The check in times will be printed on your e-ticket for your convenience. Refer to the details you receive when booking on how and when to check in. Make sure you allow yourself plenty of time to get to the port and check in before departure.
Some ports may have taxis waiting outside if not then ticket offices will have phone numbers for local taxi firms.
You can use £ sterling and € Euros on-board.
Yes, some ferries have wifi.
None. Unlike airports, your baggage allowance is determined by how much you can get in your vehicle!
Yes. There are several areas where kids can entertain themselves.
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