What to expect when travelling with us
Updated 18 January at 10:15
The coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on the Isle of Wight and the ferries that connect this beautiful island with the mainland. Together as an island, we’re doing all that we can to protect the health of our local community and those visiting – and we ask that you do the same.
The Government recently announced a ‘stay at home’ lockdown, so you should not travel for anything other than essential reasons. We urge you all to follow government advice and obey the law.
Please help our communities continue to contain the virus. If you had planned to make a non-essential journey, you can rebook your crossing on another date without charge. We will see you again when the time is right.
Our ferries will continue to serve the Isle of Wight, carrying freight and customers who need to travel for essential reasons. Customers must follow the Hands, Face, Space guidance, respecting social distancing and wearing a face covering onboard.