Lymington Ferries - Prices from £98
Book a ferry to Lymington with AFerry. Ferries to Lymington, in England, are available from the Isle of Wight. You can take a ferry to Lymington from Yarmouth.
Lymington Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Lymington are operated by Wightlink. When you search for a ferry to Lymington, 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 Portsmouth, Southampton and Southsea to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Lymington 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 Lymington will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Lymington Ferry Port is a small but busy harbour situated on the Solent, in the New Forest district of Hampshire, in England. It is connected to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight by a car ferry, operated by Wightlink Ferries. All ferries from Lymington can be booked through AFerry
Lymington has a large tourist industry and it is a major yachting centre. The town has many shops and a very pretty local market which takes place every Saturday in the main High Street. Its Georgian and Victorian architecture give it a distinctive quaintness, which draws visitors from everywhere.
Ferries to and from Lymington
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.
Lymington port facilities
Facilities at Lymington Ferry Port include a Ticket Office; a Cafe; toilets and payphones. There is a pay and display car park and all tickets must be purchased in advance.
Getting to Lymington
From Southampton and the East exit M27 J1 then head South along the A337; from the A35, turn South at Lyndhurst along the A337.
From Bournemouth and the West, follow the A35 East and then at Christchurch, follow the A337 East. Lymington is 12 miles away. On arrival at Lymington follow the signs for "Isle of Wight Ferries" which will direct you to the terminals.
There are frequent services operating from many parts of the country to Lymington Pier, with direct and cross-London connections.
There is a frequent National Express service operating various coaches to Lymington from around the UK.
Lymington Pier Ferry Terminal, Lymington Pier, Undershore Road, Lymington, SO41 5SB, United Kingdom
05 Aug 2018Lymington to Yarmouth
Nice and relaxed crossing with friendly staff. Will use this route again
Review by BEN HARRISS
29 Jun 2018FIRST CLASS CROSSING AS USUAL
We have always had a good crossing with Wightlink from Yarmouth to Lymington and reverse journey. It's a pity it is so expensive! We would use the service a lot more if it was cheaper.
Review by CLAIR ALLAN
11 Jun 2018Excellent and enjoyable journey
Everything worked well. Booking easy, connection perfect, staff charming and friendly although early in the day. Could not have been bettered!
Review by JUDITH MCDONALD
02 Jul 2017Thank you
My Wife is disabled and we organised assisted travel both ways, all staff were very pleasant and helpful and I cannot rate them highly enough.
Review by Andy Packer
08 Jun 2017No tile
No complaints and was allowed to return early
Review by GRAHAM KIPPIN