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Lymington - Yarmouth Car & Passenger Ferry

The shortest and fastest vehicle route to the Isle of Wight is between Lymington, in the New Forest and Yarmouth in West Wight. This 40 minute route is served by three new ferries. You can sit back in the lounges, with bar and café facilities, or relax on the observation decks as you cruise the most picturesque route to the IOW.

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Yarmouth Ferry Port Information

In this section for each port (tabs above) you can find useful information for ferry travel to the Isle of Wight including maps, transport links, (road and rail), rail station location, parking, and accessibility information for disabled people.

Map of Yarmouth Ferry Terminal

  • Yarmouth Car Ferry Terminal

Yarmouth Ferry Terminal

Quay Street
Isle of Wight
PO41 0PB

Yarmouth Ferry Terminal

Public Transport:

Southern Vectis bus services operate from outside the terminal on Bridge Road.


  • Ticket Office
  • Toilets
  • Self service ticket machines for foot passengers
  • Costa Cart (Friday-Sunday)


There is a Pay & Display car park operated by the Council which is located approximately 100 metres from the Ferry Terminal

Travel updates for Lymington to Yarmouth Ferry Route

Service Status Updated 22/09/2014 


Portsmouth  Fishbourne

All services are running to advertised timetables


Portsmouth – Ryde Catamaran 

All services are running to advertised timetables


Lymington – Yarmouth 

All services are running to advertised timetables

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Routes & Destinations
Portsmouth - Fishbourne Ferry
Lymington - Yarmouth Ferry
Portsmouth - Ryde Catamaran
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Ferry Disruption and Compensation

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