Yarmouth to Lymington 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 from the Isle of Wight – on board one of Wightlink’s spacious ferries.
  • Where from, where to?
    The ferry links historic Yarmouth in West Wight with the charming market town and yacht haven of Lymington in the New Forest. 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 from the café-bar.
  • When can I go?
    Wightlink offers frequent crossings from early morning to late evening year-round.
  • How much does it cost?
    Wightlink offer a range of fares for vehicles and foot passengers on one of our three routes.

Yarmouth Car Ferry Terminal

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

Yes, Southern Vectis bus Route 7 runs to Yarmouth Bus Station on Bridge Road, close to the Terminal. Route 7 starts at the Island bus interchange at Newport where there are connections to all parts of the Island.
Find out more here.

  • Wightlink Ticket Office
  • Costa Coffee Shop (self-service machine)
  • Toilets
  • Bicycle racks.

No parking here.
Lymington Car Ferry Terminal
Undershore Road
SO41 5SB
Wightlink offers frequent, round-the-clock sailings all year.

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