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Wightlink Flexi-Pricing… matching demand with capacity
Book early, be flexible & save

Travelling to the Isle of Wight has never been more convenient or enjoyable. To keep our fares as attractive and competitive as possible Wightlink uses Flexi-pricing:

  • The sooner you book, the more likely you are to pay a lower fare. 
  • Fares generally rise the closer you get to the sailing date.
  • Prices for a specific crossing may increase in line with demand.

As a rule, the earlier you book, and the more flexible you are with your dates and times of travel - the lower the fare will be. Occasionally, fares may be reduced nearer to the sailing date if demand for a crossing weakens. Likewise, specially discounted, limited-time Promotional fares on selected crossings may be lower than those originally charged. 


5 great reasons to book with Wightlink
Convenient connections 

Whether you're travelling by car, train, coach or on foot, our mainland ferry ports are perfectly placed for easy rail connections nationwide and the UK motorway network.

More routes 

Only Wightlink offers you the choice of 3 routes – car ferries between Lymington & Yarmouth and Portsmouth & Fishbourne. Plus a foot passenger catamaran between Portsmouth Harbour & Ryde Pier Head. 

More ferries

Wightlink sails between the mainland and the Isle of Wight up to 150 times a day - that's nearly 50,000 a year, with sailings every half hour at peak times.

Island-wide coverage 

Ferries to & from Yarmouth in the West, and Ryde & Fishbourne in the East  - the whole Island is covered.

Great onboard facilities

Our ferries and catamaran have spacious lounges, refreshments and sundecks.Whilst the terminals offer food and drink options.

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