We’re lucky that we get to sail in and out of some fantastic destinations. If you arrive a bit early for your ferry crossing, it’s the perfect opportunity to make make the most of the extra time and explore the local area.

Use our guides below to see what you could get up to around our Portsmouth, Lymington, Fishbourne, Ryde and Yarmouth ports.

Drone photograph of Portsmouth featuing the Spinnaker Tower and Portsmouth Harbour


With plenty to keep you occupied, Portsmouth is a great city to explore. You won’t need to travel far to find something to suit the whole family.

Explore Portsmouth


The New Forest is a truly beautiful area, with stunning woodlands to explore and cosy towns to visit. With a plethora of family attractions there is no shortage of both exciting and relaxing options to keep you occupied.

Explore Lymington


A beautiful coastal town on the north-east coast of the Island, with Island Line trains running directly to and from Ryde Pier Head. A number of seaside attractions and places to eat are at hand to pass the time.

Explore Ryde


Yarmouth is a gorgeous historic town in the west of the Isle of Wight, offering plenty of options to keep you busy. From wooden piers to a former railway station, now turned restaurant, this little town has plenty going on.

Explore Yarmouth


A quaint village on the north east coast of the Isle of Wight, Fishbourne is one of the Island’s key gateways. It’s perhaps most famous for Quarr Abbey, a beautiful monastery home to a small group of Benedictine monks.

Explore Fishbourne

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