FAQ – On the Island

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If you've any questions relating to your booking, crossing, or about the Isle of Wight in general, then you've come to the right place.

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On the island

There is so much to do on the Isle of Wight. For all the details you can visit our website and click on our ‘Do’ section.  This will also give you information on Tourist Information Points and you can even download our Wightlife magazine app for everything you need in one place.


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You can buy some Isle of Wight attraction tickets through the Wightlink website. When you book your ferry online you will be given the option of purchasing extras. Just select the attraction and the number of tickets.


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Once you’ve paid for your ferry travel and the attraction tickets you will be sent a confirmation email with your e-tickets attached. You must print off all the tickets as they will need to be presented at each attraction.


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You will just need to hand over your printed attraction ticket to gain entry. Have fun!


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Attraction tickets are valid for one entry, on your chosen day, for the duration of your stay on the Island.


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No, tickets are non-refundable.


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There are many things to see and do with your dog on the Isle of Wight and many of the Island attractions are happy to let dogs in. For dog friendly details visit our blog.


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Travelling around the Island couldn’t be easier and there are a range of options to help you cover every inch of its 23×13 miles! For all the ways to get around simply visit Getting Around.


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If you've any questions relating to your booking, crossing, or about the Isle of Wight in general, then you've come to the right place.

Choose from the sections below to answer your query.


Low vehicles (LV)

Up to 5.00m long
Up to 2.24m high
Cars, small vans and any other vehicle up to 5m long
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High vehicles (HV)

Up to 5.00m long
Over 2.24m to 4.2m high
Cars, small vans and any other vehicle up to 5m long
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Low passenger vehicles (LP)

5.01m to 15m long
Up to 2.24m high
Longer cars, pick-ups built on a car chassis, passenger vehicles with up to 7 seats and specially adapted disabled vehicles, 5.01m to 15m long.
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High passenger vehicles (HP)

5.01m to 15m long
Over 2.24m to 4.2m high
Longer cars, pick-ups built on a car chassis, passenger vehicles with up to 7 seats and specially adapted disabled vehicles, 5.01m to 15m long.
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Low motorhome (LM)

Recreational vehicle 5.01m to 15m long
Up to 2.24m high.
Recreational vehicles built or adapted for sleeping which include fitted seating and kitchen facilities.
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High motorhome (HM)

Recreational vehicle 5.01m to 15m long
Up to 4.2m high.
Recreational vehicles built or adapted for sleeping which include fitted seating and kitchen facilities.
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Low commercial vehicles (LF)

Commercial vehicle 5.01m to 7m long
Up to 2.24m high
Vans, pick-ups, trucks and other goods vehicles designed to carry heavy loads 5.1m and longer and have not been specifically constructed or adapted for the carriage of passengers.
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High commercial vehicles (HF)

Commercial vehicle 5.01m to 7m long
Over 2.24m to 4.2m high
Vans, pick-ups, trucks and other goods vehicles designed to carry heavy loads 5.1m and longer and have not been specifically constructed or adapted for the carriage of passengers.
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Freight rigid (FR)

Freight vehicle 7.01m to 12m long
Up to 4.2m high.
Single chassis freight vehicles designed to carry heavy loads.
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Freight artic (FA)

Freight vehicle over 12m to 19m long
Up to 4.2m high.
Tractor-trailer freight vehicle up to 44 tonne GVWR with a split chassis or separate unit designed to carry heavy loads.
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Minibus (MINI)

Passenger vehicles 5.01m to 8m long
Over 2.24m to 4.2m high
Passenger vehicles with 8-17 seats.
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Coaches

Because we need to know additional information for coach bookings such as loaded and empty passenger numbers, please visit our Coach page to make your booking
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Motorcycle/trike/quad (MC)

Vehicles up to 3.5m long.
Motorcycles, Motorcycles with sidecars, three or four wheeled personal powered tricycle, TWIZY or quad bike up to 3.5m long.
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Bicycles and mobility scooters

Mobility Scooters must be battery powered.
Electric bikes must retain the ability to be pedalled by the rider.
Pushbikes, e-bikes and battery powered Mobility scooters travel free of charge when a customer purchases a foot passenger ticket.
No need to book separately.
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