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Weymouth is a town in the English county of Dorset, on the Channel coast. It is a popular resort where tourism has had a strong presence since the 18th century. From Weymouth port you can catch a ferry to the Guernsey and Jersey in The Channel Islands and to St. Malo in France with the ferry operator Condor Ferries. With the easy to use booking form from AFerry, you can easily find the right ferry for you.
Ferries to and from Weymouth
Condor Ferries operates a modern, well-equipped fleet including conventional and fast-craft ferries. All Condor Ferries ships have a range of bars and dining areas. On their fast crafts you will find a choice of self service cafe outlets and snack bars. On their conventional ferries you will also find a sit down restaurant. You will also find shops on board their ferries and the option to choose luxury reclining seats.
Weymouth is a town in the English county of Dorset, on the Channel coast. It is a popular resort where tourism has had a strong presence since the 18th century. Weymouth Ferry Port is home to cross-channel ferries, pleasure boats and private yachts and offers up-to-date facilities for handling both passengers and freight traffic all year round.
Whichever Weymouth ferry you choose, to St Malo, Guernsey or Jersey, you will know you found a great price with AFerry.
Weymouth port facilities
Weymouth Ferry Port offers a full range of services and facilities, from toilets and showers to Wireless Broadband facilities.
Getting to Weymouth
Weymouth is 8 miles south of Dorchester on the A354. Follow the signs to Ferries/Ferry Port, which is on the left. Weymouth can also be approached from the A35 at Poole by following the A351, then the A352, and then the A353 into the Town Centre.
Buses arrive and depart from Kings Statue which is a 10 minute walk from the ferry terminal.
It is about a 15-20 minute walk along the seafront to the terminal from Weymouth train station.
The Quay, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8DX, United Kingdom
11 Nov 2014Perfect
I had a smooth crossing, in every sense, and I think all the staff on the Condor do an amazing job. Many Thanks.
Review by Susan Lister
06 May 2014smooth sailing
The interior was surprisingly like a cruise ship. Lots of room. All that is missing was the TV screen in the back of the front seat. Great trip, first class.
Review by wyn williams
28 Mar 2014France road trip return to UK
Sad when booked in as a couple we were unable to sit together as our tickets were so far apart for the return trip. When we asked to be seated together as a couple we were not greeted helpfully and stuffed into an area that had already been taken by another family, so rather than move them on and cause further disruption we sat outside, thankfully the weather was good, please take consideration when allocating seats. It was a shame for our return journey. The food was not the best it could have been as it was obvious it was not as fresh as it could have been for the expensive price paid. Dull and tasteless , a shame as we were all looking forward to the Pie and Chips.
Review by Mrs CS
06 Aug 20132 stops
I thought the staff were very good and professional. However I did find the crossing too long due to its 2 stops. One in Jersey where we had to disembark with our car to change ferries and another in Guernsey where other passengers joined us. All in all it became a very long crossing on a small ferry which does not have much comfort to offer.
Review by Catherine
28 Apr 2012Holiday
The journey was generally good our only complaint was the food we choose on the journey was not avaliable.
Review by Sandra Bromley