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First let’s talk ferry travel…to save the swim! Booking your ferry to the Isle of Wight couldn’t be simpler. When you book with us online, all you need to do is add the Ferry Crossing to your booking and follow the steps in adding your vehicle details and preferred travel route, time and passengers.
The most frequently asked question we get is “Do we need our passports to get on the ferry?” so we thought we would save you all some time and tell you that in fact, you do not need your passport! This is because the Isle of Wight is actually part of the UK.
Dogs are allowed on both Wight Link and Red Funnel ferries free of charge unless you are travelling on a Hi-speed service where a small charge applies unless they are a guide dog. Please note also that you do not need to book dogs on to the ferry however they do need to be kept on a lead at all times when on board; so please ensure they have had some exercise and been to the toilet before boarding.
Please make sure you are at the port terminal no later than 30 minutes prior to ferry departure, however an hour before is best. This is to ensure you have sufficient time to collect your tickets and get in the queue to board.
Both Wight Link and Red Funnel have a lift to ensure disabled passengers can have a comfortable journey on the ferry.
You are able to have a car or motorhome up to 5.5 metres including 6 people. Or you can bring on board a car and towed vehicle up to 14 metres, or a motorhome up to 9 metres, plus 6 people.
Ferry Crossing prices vary throughout the year and can also depend on vehicle size and towing