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Portsmouth to Fishbourne car and passenger Ferry

This crossing is approximately 45 minutes aboard our
largest ferries and connects Central and East Wight with
the mainland. There are café-bar facilities, spacious
lounges, observation decks and frequent round-the-clock
sailings all year.

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Portsmouth to Fishbourne (IOW) Ferry Route

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.

MyDestination Isle of Wight

Portsmouth

Portsmouth

Historic Portsmouth is one of the UK's busiest ports and historic attractions. Here you'll find maps, rail connections, transport links, parking, and terminal information.

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Fishbourne

Fishbourne

In the east of the Island, Fishbourne is a quiet village on Wootton Creek. Here you'll find maps, transport links, parking, and terminal information.

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Travel updates for Portsmouth to Fishbourne Ferry Route

We will publish any disruptions that we are aware of in advance below and on our Twitter profile.

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Onward Connections

If you are concerned about your sailing please call our reservations office on 
0871 376 1000.


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Updated 23/04/14

Portsmouth – Ryde Catamaran Service View Timetable

All services are running to advertised timetables

Portsmouth – Fishbourne View Timetable 

All services are running to advertised timetables

Lymington-Yarmouth View Timetable

All services are running to advertised timetable

To be kept up to date on the latest travel information on our services please call our
reservations office on 0871 376 1000.

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