How to Get to Poole Ferry Port
Poole Ferry Port Directions
Poole Harbour is on the Dorset and in fact has the second largest natural harbour in the world. Below we have all the information you need when travelling to Poole to take a ferry from Poole to St Malo & Cherbourg in France or Jersey and Guernsey. To make a ferry booking with ferryonline use our booking form, compare prices and save.
Condor Ferries operate from Poole ferry terminal.
Poole Ferry Port by Car
From A35: From the West follow the A35 to Poole and then take A350 and follow signs to the port.
From A348: From the East follow the A348 from Ferndown. When you reach Poole follow signs to Ferries.
From A35: If travelling from Bournemouth take the A35 to Poole. When in Poole follow signs to Poole Ferry Port.
Poole Ferry Port By Rail
Poole Railway Station is located in the centre of town in Serpentine Road and is approx a 20-25 minutes walk to Poole Ferry Terminal. However there is a taxi rank at the station should you wish to take a taxi to the port.
Poole Ferry Port By Coach
National Express operate a regular coach service from London Victoria and other UK pick up points to Poole. The bus and coach station is situated in Dolphin Centre approx 20 - 25 minutes walk to Poole Ferry Terminal. However there is a taxi rank at the station should you wish to take a taxi to the port.
Parking at Poole Ferry Port
There is a pay on return car park opposite the terminal.
Poole Port Map
Brittany Ferries Terminal
New Harbour Road, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset, BH15 4AJ.
Condor Ferries Terminal
The Passenger Terminal, New Harbour Road South, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset, BH15 4AJ.
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