Portsmouth to the Channel Islands Ferry

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There are currently 2 ferry routes connecting Portsmouth and the Channel Islands, with services from Portsmouth to Guernsey and Jersey St Helier. On average, there are a combined number of 10 crossings per week between Portsmouth and the Channel Islands, which are operated by Condor Ferries. The shortest crossing is to Guernsey and takes around 7 hours, while the longest crossing is to Jersey St Helier and takes approximately 10 hours 20 minutes.

The above information is a basic summary on the services between Portsmouth and the Channel Islands. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.

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 ├ęconomie, 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.

About The Channel Islands

The Channel Islands comprise the larger main islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm, and the smaller islands of Jethou, Brecqhou and Lihou, as well as numerous small uninhabited islands.

The largest islands of Jersey and Guernsey are popular with tourists all year round. Their mild climate and distinct culture offers visitors plenty to see and do.

In Jersey, take a trip around the capital St.Helier where the mix of high street major stores, small, independent shops and no VAT make this town a shopping haven.

For a real taste of the islands, go take in the sights (and smells) of the local fish markets and dine in one of the many authentic restaurants around the town.

Channel Islands Travel Guide

Each with their own distinct culture and mild climate, it's no wonder that the Channel Islands are popular with tourists from both England and France. Whether you're an adrenaline junkie looking for the thrill of sky diving or you just want to admire the landscape from Haut Pas, the Channel Islands have something for everyone.

The Channel Islands; Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm and the smaller islands of Jethou, Brecqhou and Lihou, are all beautiful islands of the northern coast of France, near Normandy. Almost completely separate from the UK and France, the Channel Islands are incredibly unique and full of culture and independence. Jersey, the largest of the islands, has the most hours of sunshine per year and long, sandy beaches whilst Guernsey, the second largest, is highlighted by the Haut Pas, a high plateau that overlooks the whole of the island.

the Channel Islands are incredibly unique and full of culture and independence

From skydiving to jet skiing, the Channel Islands has it all whether you're looking for a adrenalin-pumping adventure or relaxing day on the beach.