Ferries to Isle of Wight
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Booking your ferry single or return trip to the Isle of Wight through FerryonLine gives you the choice of routes from the ports of Portsmouth, Lymington and Southampton.
The Isle of Wight remains a favourite holiday destination. With 13 award winning beaches including Colwell Bay, Ventnor and Ryde which offer traditional amusement arcades, boating lake and water sports. The waters around the island play a big part in the Isle of Wight's culture and leisure time. You can learn to sail, swim and dive in its waters, hire a boat or opt to take part in a sailing competition.
Cowes is host to one of the most famous sailing events and the town itself is a typically enchanting island location. It is also host to the oldest annual yachting race - The Round the Island Race. The island hosts many other events including music festivals, a garlic festival, walking festivals, cycling events and a carnival.
For lovers of culture, there are plenty of theatres and for the history fans, there are the Carisbrook Castle and Yarmouth manor houses and Osborne House- Queen Victoria's favourite country home. Newport is full of pubs, bars and restaurants as well as shops, museums and nightclubs. Ryde is the largest town on the island and hosts the Wight Scooter Rally.
Lymington to Yarmouth
- up to 16 crossings per day
Portsmouth Harbor to Ryde
- up to 24 crossings per day
Portsmouth to Fishbourne
- up to 26 crossings per day
Southsea to Ryde
- up to 38 crossings per day