Wightlink has been recognised for its achievements in sustainable energy by Maritime UK, the umbrella body for the country’s maritime sector.
Holidaymakers heading to the Isle of Wight and Islanders crossing the Solent with Wightlink this weekend are enthusiastically welcoming the latest trial of the new NHS Test and Trace smartphone app.
This October half-term (24 October to 1 November) when travelling to the Isle of Wight with Wightlink - the leading provider of cross-Solent travel - kids, bicycles, and dogs go free.
In celebration of the Isle of Wight’s UNESCO Biosphere status, Wightlink invited wildlife-lover, TV presenter and Isle of Wight devotee, Nick Baker, to the Island to take travellers on a journey to visit his favourite spots.
Following increased demand for cross-Solent travel, Wightlink is pleased to announce more services on its Portsmouth-Fishbourne and Lymington-Yarmouth routes in August.
Wightlink has partnered with the Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) to place cages containing hundreds of young oysters into the Lymington River as part of its initiative to re-introduce the shellfish to the Solent.
The resumption of Wightlink’s FastCat foot passenger link between Portsmouth Harbour and Ryde Pier Head on Friday 31 July will be welcomed in person by the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth and the Mayor of Ryde
As tourism begins to rebound across the UK there is a growing awareness around sustainable travel and more environmentally conscious holidaying
Wightlink and fellow Isle of Wight ferry operators Red Funnel and Hovertravel have jointly issued instructions to Islanders returning from Spain, following the government’s requirement to isolate for 14 days.
Wightlink will be operating more sailings at weekends on both its Portsmouth-Fishbourne and Lymington-Yarmouth routes from Friday 24 July 2020.
From Monday 13 July 2020, all customers on Wightlink’s Portsmouth-Fishbourne route will be asked to leave their vehicles after embarkation and spend the journey in the passenger lounges or outside sundecks.
A tribute to the NHS and keyworkers is now on display at Wightlink’s Yarmouth terminal thanks to the artistic efforts of local children.
Students from Platform One College of Music have recorded a charity song in lockdown to thank key workers including NHS staff for all their efforts during the Covid-19 outbreak.
For an idyllic island escape without needing to pack a passport, Wightlink, the leading provider of cross-Solent travel, is looking forward to transporting tourists to the Isle of Wight once again for this summer season and beyond.