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Portsmouth Ferries - Prices from £54

Book a ferry to Portsmouth with AFerry. Ferries to Portsmouth, in England, are available from France, Spain, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Wight. You can take a ferry to Portsmouth from 10 ferry ports:

  • Bilbao
  • Caen
  • Cherbourg
  • Fishbourne
  • Guernsey
  • Jersey
  • Le Havre
  • Ryde
  • Santander
  • St Malo

Portsmouth Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Portsmouth are operated by Brittany Ferries, Condor Ferries and Wightlink. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Portsmouth, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Portsmouth, 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 Lymington, Newhaven and Plymouth to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Portsmouth ferries with Brittany Ferries, Condor Ferries and 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 Portsmouth will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Portsmouth Routes

Portsmouth Special Offers

8 days in France from £99 pp for car + 2 people return

8 days in France from £99 pp for car + 2 people return
Book by 04/07/2019. Travel until 30/08/2019.
Sail with Brittany Ferries for 8 day return breaks from only £198 for car + 2 people, that's just £99 per person. Motorcycle and rider £99 return. Routes: Portsmouth to Caen, St Malo, Cherbourg and Le Havre. Poole to Cherbourg and Plymouth to Roscoff. Travel until 30 August 2019. Book by midnight 4 July 2019. Travel can commence in UK or France.

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About Portsmouth

Portsmouth is Britain's only island city, situated on the Portsea Island. The docklands area of Portsmouth have long been important for the Royal Navy (and, incidentally, home to the world's oldest dry dock) and there are a variety our walking and boat tours which will give you an insight into the city's past. The waterfront has recieved much needed renovation in the last decade. One result is the Spinnaker Tower which can be clearly viewed as you enter the port.

Portsmouth, located in the South coast of England between Southampton and Brighton, is the UK's second busiest port and has a proud naval history - it is even home to Lord Nelson's HMS Victory. You can compare and find the cheapest ferry crossings available from Portsmouth with our easy to use booking form. Ferry companies such as Brittany Ferries, Brittany Ferries économie, Condor Ferries and Wightlink operate from the port of Portsmouth. Below, you can find all the Portsmouth ferry timetables, journey times and our best and latest prices.

Ferries to and from Portsmouth

Brittany Ferries, formed in 1972, is the leading ferry company on the western and central channel with Ferries to the North of Spain, France and Cork in Ireland. Brittany Ferries operates one of the most modern fleets on the Channel. Brittany Ferries latest ship, the mv Cap Finistère, started operating in 2010 and operates the Portsmouth to Santander and Portsmouth to Cherbourg routes. Onboard facilities include comfortable lounge areas, internet access and a wide range of bars and restaurants. Onboard some larger vessels you may also find cinemas, children's entertainment and discos.

Brittany Ferries économie, is a newly launched ferry service between Portsmouth and France and Spain. It is a 'no-frills' service, ideal for those looking to travel at the cheapest possible price. Etretat is the ship operating the new économie service. On board you will find a bar, movie lounge, seating area and en-suite cabins.

Condor Ferries offer ferry crossings from Portsmouth to Cherbourg in Northern France. Condor Ferries is also the only operator to provide a car ferry service to the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey from mainland UK. All Condor Ferries ships have a range of onboard facilities. These include bars and dining areas. Onboard their faster and smaller ships you will find self service cafe outlets and snack bars. On their larger ships there are full restaurants.

DFDS Seaways offer ferry crossings from Portsmouth to Le Havre in Northern France, a route previously run by Transmanche and LD Lines. DFDS Seaways ferries offer a variety of onboard facilities. Relax in the magnificent panoramic lounge, or grab refreshments at the bar or self-service restaurant. For kids, play areas are available as well as television and video games. Onboard shopping is also available selling newspapers, gifts and travel accessories should you have forgotten anything for your trip.

Wightlink ferries> operates ferries between Portsmouth and Fishbourne and Ryde on the Isle of Wight. Wightlink Ferries carry over 5.5 million passengers every year. Wightlink Ferries has fleet of 11 conventional car ferries and three fast catamarans capable of very high speeds. Wightlink ferries have onboard cafe-bar facilities, dog friendly areas and other amusements. Their catamarans may not have a full range of facilities but offer airline style seats and are aimed at daily commuters to the Isle of Wight.

Hovertravel ferries offers the fastest crossings across the Solent between Portsmouth and the Ryde in the Isle of Wight. Hovertravel's operate very high speed hovercrafts capable of carrying about 130 passengers and reaching speeds above 45 knots which is around 52 miles per hour.

So, book your ferry to France, Spain or the Channel Islands from one of England's busiest and most historical ports with AFerry.

Portsmouth Port

Portsmouth has traditionally been the 'second choice' for people wanting to travel to France but not go via the shorter Dover-Calais route. Today, it still represents a great choice of departure port, especially as all ferries to and from Portsmouth can be booked online via AFerry.

Portsmouth port facilities

Portsmouth has more facilities than you can shake a stick at, including terminal shops, restaurants, cafes and toilets. There is full disabled access throughout the terminal.

Getting to Portsmouth

Portsmouth can be easily accessed from London via the M3 and M27. There are also regular trains to and from Portsmouth. Remember to allow extra time if you are going to be travelling during rush hour.

Special Offers - Terms and Conditions

8 days in France from £99 pp for car + 2 people return

Subject to availability from a limited and variable allocation of space. New bookings only. Promotional conditions apply Travel can commence in UK or France. Additional supplements apply for extra passengers, pets, larger/over height vehicles plus trailers and caravans.

3 out of 5 stars based on 2555 reviews

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  • 17 Jun 2019
    very pleasantly surprised
    • we had visions of this being quite dire. the Economie was much cheaper than the other ferries but as it was the first time we had done this crossing we thought we'd stay with the worst way! or fears were totally unfounded. clean and comfortable. good cabins. we were right by the information desk but it wasn't noisy the today beef in the restaurant was to die for! we had it two days running... only downside was or car being outside on deck for the crossing. they hose them down but you still need to give it a proper wash asap. on our way back we are on the regular ferry. comparisons will be interesting!

      Review by Julie N

  • 16 Jun 2019
    AFerry Android application works well
    • Application works very well for purchase and check in. Surprise that Brittany ferries does not have one. Good trip, and little slow for boarding, due to large school groups that were noisy on board ship. Matter addressed over PA.

      Review by PASCAL BATIOT

  • 12 Jun 2019
    Veteran comparison
    • Information about embarkation would have been appreciated, all else was fine. Talking with one of the D-Day veterans who was returning from the commemoration events makes one appreciate how straightforward and lucky one is. Their journey to the Cherbourg and the Cotentin Peninsula in 1944 was undoubtedly rather more hazardous than the one on the 7th June this year.

      Review by Anon

  • 11 Jun 2019
    Value for money
    • Use this crossing regularly and it's always good.

      Review by KEITH POTTER

  • 10 Jun 2019
    Like a relaxing cruise
    • As always an excellent service, just like being on a cruise, but without the swimming pool

      Review by PETER LUCAS