St Malo to Portsmouth Ferry

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St Malo to Portsmouth Ferry - Prices from £288

    • Brittany Ferries
    • 5 crossings weekly
    • 8 hr 50 min
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The St Malo to Portsmouth ferry route connects Saint Malo, a port city in Brittany in northwest France to Portsmouth, a port city in Hampshire, on the south coast of England. The route is operated by Brittany Ferries. There are up to 7 crossings per week and the crossing time is approximately 8 hours and 50 minutes. This route accepts vehicles and foot passengers. Pets can also be booked on this route.

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If you're not sure if the St Malo to Portsmouth route is right for you or you can't decide between ferry companies, if there is more than one, you might also find it useful to read any reviews we have available. We ask all our customers to send us reviews for St Malo to Portsmouth ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! St Malo to Portsmouth is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.

About St Malo

It is a beautiful city founded in the 6th century by Welsh monks, the heart of the old walled town, also known as Intra-Muros, is like a medieval maze filled with small shops and restaurants. Other attractions include the ancient citadel, Cathédral St Vincent, built in the 12th century, the Château of St Malo which also holds the Musée de l'histoire, the Grand Aquarium, the Ramparts and much more

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.

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  • 10 Dec 2018
    Great experience
    • Very good experience from start to finish

      Review by JOHN DUCKETT

  • 12 Sep 2018
    A long, but pleasant crossing.
    • Last time we were in this part of France we drove to Dieppe for a cheaper crossing. However it took several hours to drive there, nearly an hour to exit the boat and pass through customs followed by a horrendous trip round the M25. I decided to splash out on the more exspensive St Malo-Portsmouth route this time, but I have no regrets. Checking in was easy and we were tucking into a tasty and reasonably-priced breakfast before the ship had left port. There was enough to keep the kids busy (even for nine hours)- they liked the pantomime in particular. We had another great meal before we got off the boat, which meant we managed to drive all the way to Sheffield without stopping. I think it's highly-likely we'll use this route the next time we come to Brittany.

      Review by NICK BLOOD

  • 10 Sep 2018
    A lovely day at sea
    • The voyage was perfect. A lovely sunny day and barely a breeze.The ship was clean ,comfortable and efficient. Likewise with our cabin. A very pleasant voyage, thank you

      Review by CHARLES MCCOLL

  • 02 Jul 2018
    Enjoyable on the whole
    • Journey was smooth and comfortable on the whole . Only quibble would be the onboard cinema. Could possibly be priced a little lower. We used the cinema on the outward journey and we were the only people in there. Maybe more people would attend if the pricing was a little more competitive. As cyclists , there was nobody to guide us as to when to make our way toward the exit . We had to inhale quite a lot of fumes from other vehicles as we waited to depart ( there was some kind of hold up and the vehicles immediately in front of us left their engines running as the hold up was resolved )

      Review by PETER MARKLAND

  • 20 Jan 2018
    All round excellent
    • We booked a Commodore cabin and I have to say it was nicer than some hotel rooms we have stayed in. Plenty of space, kettle, fridge, seating area, balcony... breakfast included and served in the cabin. We ate dinner in the restaurant and the food was superb. The crew were extremely helpful and friendly. We will definitely travel with Brittany Ferries again.

      Review by KATHRYN BALL