There will be a number of new attractions and experiences on offer to people planning Isle of Wight ferry breaks next year.
Isle of Wight Tourism announced that Blackgang Chine, one of the island's most popular parks, will boast new attractions including Chocolate Heaven, which will sell a variety of sweet treats.
Visitors will also be able to check out Wight Flight, a film taking audiences on a journey around the island's coastline.
At Gunard Pines in Cowes, guests will be invited to take part in a number of new sporting activities as the complex launches its 'Go Active Breaks' programme.
Music fans will also be planning their Isle of Wight ferry breaks soon after it was announced that Jay-Z, the Strokes and Pink will be among the artists appearing at the Isle of Wight Festival in June.Wightlink
offers a Lymington to Yarmouth ferry service for people planning to visit the island, as well as ferries to Fishbourne and Ryde from Portsmouth.
Another option is the Hovertravel
service from Southsea to Ryde.
Posted by Andrew Smith