Cheap ferry to Isle of Wight

Need to book a ferry crossing to the Isle of Wight? Our helpful guide will make it simple when it comes to travelling across the Solent for a discounted rate when booking with us at Away Resorts.


How to book a ferry to the Isle of Wight

When you book a holiday to the Isle of Wight with Away Resorts, we aim to make it simple for you and your family when it comes to arranging your ferry crossing. 

We work closely with our ferry partners, so you can be assured when booking your ferry to the Isle of Wight for an Away Resorts holiday, you’ll be receiving a discounted rate when you book with us at the best possible price!

The ferries depart from: 

  • Portsmouth to Fishbourne via Wightlink.
  • Lymington to Yarmouth via Wightlink.
  • Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pier via Wightlink.
  • Southampton to East Cowes via Red Funnel 

The way to book your ferry crossing will depend on the route you take, please see the full details below.

A clear summers day with a ferry crossing.

Departing from Portsmouth or Lymington?

If you are looking to book your ferry crossing from Portsmouth or Lymington, then this can be done online via the Wightlink website. You can do this after booking your break with us, or get a quote in advance, so you can see the best price before you book.

Book via Wightlink
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Departing from Southampton?

If you are looking to depart from Southampton, then you can choose your ferry crossing date, time and destination at the time of your booking on the Away Resorts website at the best possible price. Please note, these will be requested times and will be confirmed by the team prior to your holiday. Call us on 0330 053 7000 to find out more.

When you book directly with Wightlink, they will be responsible for anything relating to your ferry crossing. Please get in touch with them directly on 0333 999 7333 if you need to make any amends or have any queries with your crossing.


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