Fishbourne Ferries


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Fishbourne Ferries - Prices from £56

Book a ferry to Fishbourne with AFerry. Ferries to Fishbourne, in the Isle of Wight, are available from England. You can take a ferry to Fishbourne from Portsmouth.

Fishbourne Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Fishbourne are operated by Wightlink. When you search for a ferry to Fishbourne, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like East Cowes, Ryde and Yarmouth to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Fishbourne ferries with Wightlink are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Fishbourne will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

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About Fishbourne

Fishbourne is a small village on the North-East side of the Isle of Wight, located between Cowes and Ryde. Its name might mean "stream of fish" or "fish spring."

Fishbourne Ferry Port includes the terminal for the Wightlink ferries from Portsmouth. It is a nice little port, close to Wooton Creek, a beautiful tidal inlet loved by yachtsmen. You can get ferries from Fishbourne to Portsmouth which can be booked online through AFerry

Near the terminal of the Fishbourne Ferry Port you will find the Royal Victoria Yacht Club and the famous 'Fishbourne Inn'.

Ferries to and from Fishbourne

If you travel on board a Wightlink ferry you will find a cafe-bar, a spacious lounge with panoramic windows, an observation deck, dog friendly areas and more to make your short crossing as relaxing and enjoyable as possible.

Fishbourne port facilities

Fishbourne Ferry Port offers a wide range of services such as café-bar facilities, spacious lounges, observation decks and frequent round-the-clock sailings all year.

There are both short and long-term pay and display car parking facilities within the Fishbourne Ferry Port terminal. Current prices are £5.40 per day.

Getting to Fishbourne

From Newport follow the A3054 to Fishbourne Ferry Terminal. Southern Vectis bus routes 4 and 9, which stop on the main road, run regular services around the island. So book your Fishbourne ferry today with AFerry for simple, easy and secure booking.

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  • 11 Jun 2019
    • Great staff at the port both sides, very smooth trip, Hope to cross again soon using the same service.

      Review by STEPHEN BURGESS

  • 10 Jun 2019
    Quiet, relaxing break right from the start
    • Although this is a very expensive crossing for such a short distance and only 45 minutes in total . You do travel in an efficient, clean, friendly environment. You also have the feeling both you and your vehicle will arrive unscathed and safely.The facilities on board are clean and above average.

      Review by Anon

  • 08 Jun 2019
    Best ferry to travel
    • Best experience ever will travel again

      Review by ANAND BAKRANIA

  • 06 Jun 2019
    Ticket to Ryde
    • Booked the crossing for a day trip. Arrived foe early morning ferry. Checked in, and approx 5 mins later we were boarding. Very quick boarding and we were on our way. Good crossing and quick disembarkation. Return trip, we arrived at terminal early. Staff got us on the first available ferry back. Great first trip to I o W. Will be booking again.

      Review by CHRIS C

  • 06 Jun 2019
    Victoria of Wight - a lovely vessel
    • We travelled on the new Victoria of Wight vessel which was immaculately clean and really lovely inside. Toilets were spotless and obviously cleaned after every crossing, which is so important. Beautiful day which makes all the difference. Only minor downside was our return journey where the tide was against us and the ferry was about half-an-hour late pulling out. It was ok, but with all the loudspeakers we could see all around us, not one apology for delay message came out of them. Wightlink - you need to let passengers know what is going on, either via your loudspeakers or on a display screen, not just wait for passengers to get out of their cars and walk up to a staff member to find out what is going on which is what happened on the day. Other than that, brilliant experience.

      Review by LINDA SINCLAIR