Lymington to the Isle of Wight Ferry
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Lymington is connected to the Isle of Wight via the port of Yarmouth. On average, there are 16 crossings each day between Lymington and the Isle of Wight, which are operated by Wightlink. Crossings from Lymington to Yarmouth usually take around 40 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Lymington and the Isle of Wight. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
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.
About the Isle of Wight
For many, the Isle of Wight is the quintessential British seaside destination. The island saw a surge in popularity in the Victorian era. Queen Victoria had a holiday residence on the Isle of Wight - as a result of this the Isle of Wight became popular with the aristocrats and celebrities of the day.
The Isle of Wight has attractions that cater for all ages and tastes.
Spend the day wandering round Osborne House and gardens, be adventurous at the Blackgang Chine amusement park or simply while away the hours relaxing on one of the island's many beaches.
There is also an almost unlimited choice of fine beaches, many of which have won blue flag awards for their cleanliness and quality.
Isle of Wight Travel Guide
The Isle of Wight dramatic yet beautiful cliffs and coastlines to the west of the island and the clear waters of the Isle of Wight beaches that are perfect for a quintessentially British summer family holiday.
Once famous for being a really boring place to go on holiday (unless you were Victorian or happened to like a posh hotel that served limp scrambled eggs for breakfast), the Isle of Wight is now a place to be seen. The fact it is so near to the mainland and surrounded by sea makes it the perfect venue for water sports, outdoor activities and music festivals alike.
Once famous for being a really boring place to go on holiday, the Isle of Wight is now a place to be seen.