Lymington to Yarmouth car & passenger ferry

Your journey at a glance

  • How long does it take?
    The crossing is just 40 minutes – that’s the shortest and fastest car ferry route to the Isle of Wight – on board one of Wightlink’s spacious ferries.
  • Where from, where to?
    The ferry links the charming market town and yacht haven of Lymington in the New Forest, with historic Yarmouth, perfectly placed for beautiful West Wight. It’s the most scenic IOW ferry crossing.
  • What’s on board?
    Sit back and take in the view from comfortable lounges and open decks and grab a drink or snack for the café-bar.
  • When can I go?
    Wightlink offers frequent crossings from early morning to late evening year-round.

Lymington Ferry Terminal

Lymington Ferry Terminal
Undershore Road
SO41 5SB

Yes, a regular train service operates from Brockenhurst direct to Lymington Pier station, adjacent to the Terminal. Brockenhurst is on the South West Trains London main line.

  • Wightlink Ticket Office
  • Costa Coffee Shop
  • Toilets
  • Bicycle racks.

Yes, Pay & Display car parking is available at the Terminal.
How much does it cost?
Up to 2 hours £1.70
2-16 hours £6.70
16-24 hours £8.50
For any hours over 24, a daily rate will apply £8.50
Evening & Overnight Parking (4.00 pm – 5.00 am) £4.60

Please note that the nearby overflow car park may be used at busy times.

If you have a 30 Day or longer Wightlink Season Ticket or are a 60 single passenger Multilink Pass holder, you can take advantage of these special Parking Season Ticket rates:

How much does it cost?
For 30 Day Season Ticket, Academic Season Ticket or Book of 60 single passenger Multilink Pass holders £68.00
For 90 Day Season Ticket holders £66.00
For Annual Season Ticket holders £62.00

You can buy your Parking Season Ticket at the Wightlink Ticket Office

Yarmouth Car Ferry Terminal
Quay Street
Isle of Wight
PO41 0P

Wightlink offers frequent, round-the-clock sailings all year.

Book your ferry ticket

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