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There are currently 2 ferry routes connecting Ryde and England, with services from Ryde to Portsmouth and Southsea. On average, there are a combined number of 24 crossings each day between Ryde and England, which are operated by Wightlink. Crossings from Ryde to England take approximately 22 minutes.
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Ryde is the largest resort on the Isle of Wight situated on the North East side of the Island. It is ideally located for quick and convenient access to the Mainland and onward connections to London by train or bus. It is a seaside resort renowned for its glorious golden sands that occur at low tide, making its pier necessary on the beach for the Catamaran passenger service.
Union Street and the long High Street beyond the ferry port are packed with various interesting shops, pubs and restaurants. There are also many antique and bric-a-brac with various tiny boutiques and cafes. The bus and train station can be found at Ryde Esplanade, next to the ferry ports, for fast and convenient onwards connections to all destinations on the Island.
From Ryde, you can catch a hovercraft directly to Southsea Seafront, Portsmouth. Quick connections to the Train Stations and Portsmouth City Centre are provided by Hovertravel's Hoverbus. From Ryde you can also take a Wightlink ferry from Ryde Pier directly to The Hard Interchange in Portsmouth.
England attracts numerous visitors each year with its diverse culture, varied landscapes and rich history.
Many tourists stick to London with its many free museums and world famous monuments like Big Ben but England has a lot to offer you besides the capital. Don't just stick to London next time you visit.
There is plenty more to England than the capital city. The best way to explore it? In your own car of course.
Don't forget England is the home of Manchester - birthplace of Oasis and home of two of Europe's greatest football teams as well as the world famous university towns of Oxford or Cambridge.