The ferry from St Malo to Jersey sails up to 12 times per week in peak season, taking you to the biggest of the Channel Islands in about 1 hour and 25 minutes. You can travel by foot, car, motorhome or bike to the Channel Islands. The route from Jersey to Saint Malo is also very popular for day trips. You can find more information about the most popular day trips on this page.
Ferry to St Malo and Jersey
Close to the French coast, you'll find the Channel Islands, where you can get by ferry to either Guernsey or Jersey. From St Malo, you can travel by ferry to Jersey with Condor Ferries with the high-speed ferry Condor Voyager in just 1 hour and 25 minutes in peak season. This ferry sails to the largest city of St Helier.
The ferry from St Malo sails on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in peak season. One of the alternatives is to travel from St Malo via Guernsey to Jersey. This trip will take you a bit longer: 3 hours and 30 mins. In peak season, there are 6 weekly direct ferries from St Malo to Jersey and vice versa.
This route is a famous crossing between France and the Channel Islands. If you want to bring your car make sure to book well in advance, as the car deck is often fully booked.
In Jersey, you'll find plenty to do and an abundance of beaches and bays, and a beautiful island in general which is a mix of French and British culture with an un-British (hot) climate.
On this page, you will find information and tips about this ferry service from Condor Ferries. From St Malo to Jersey, there is a one-hour time difference.
Ferry St Malo-Jersey costs
If you want to travel by ferry to St Malo and Jersey, you can expect the following prices:
- Tickets are available from Condor Ferries from €47, for one person without a car and a single journey.
- A crossing with a car and 2 people in a cabin in peak season quickly costs somewhere around €370,- (return)
The boat ticket prices depend on the season and the crowds, as you can see above. Specifically in the peak season (summer), prices rise sharply for Guernsey and Jersey. Book early to get the most benefit and to be sure that you can bring your car, motorbike or camper on board. Also, check the low fare calendar, a handy tool that helps you save money.
Schedule St Malo-Jersey
On the route St Malo-Jersey there are in peak season 6 weekly ferries, with 2 ferries on Saturday. The crossing over the English Channel is 65 km as the crow flies. From the Port of Saint-Malo to St Helier in Jersey you'll sail on a 1 hour 25 mins – day crossing.
Be sure to book in time because the ferries are often booked. Check the exact departure times in both directions in the booking module, because these vary per season and per day. Especially in peak season the car deck is sold out fast.
Timetable for the ferries – from St Malo to Jersey
In peak season, the ferry from St Malo to St Helier in Jersey sails on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Ferry St Malo to Jersey
|Monday||07:25||07:50||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Wednesday||08:00||08:25||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Friday||06:30||06:55||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Saturday||08:00||08:25||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Sunday||07:25||07:50||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
This crossing with the fast ferry Condor Voyager will take you across in 1h and 25 mins.
From Jersey to St Malo
For the crossing from Jersey to St Malo, the same schedule applies in peak season; 6 days a week, with a double sailing on Saturday
Ferry Jersey to St Malo
|Monday||20:00||22:25||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Wednesday||16:45||19:10||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Friday||19:05||21:30||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Saturday||09:10||11:35||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Saturday||19:05||21:30||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
|Sunday||20:00||22:25||day crossing (1 hour time difference)|
Sail time St Malo-Jersey
This crossing is an 1 hour and 25 min crossing with the Condor Voyager ferry. The Condor Voyager travels with a speed of up to 42 knots
On board the ferry to St Malo and Jersey
This (and more) can be expected on Condor Voyager
Condor Ferries sails with the Condor Voyager on this crossing to the Channel Island Jersey and back. This ferry takes you about 1 hour and 25 mins from the French coast to the Channel Islands, around 60 km's further in the Channel.
- High Speed Ferry
- Space for up to 850 passengers and 235
- Horizon Lounge for private lounge at the front of the ship
- Guaranteed seat for everyone
- Duty Free shop
- Onboard café and bars
- Spacious air-conditioned lounges
- Three-tiered seat options
To get to the departure port, use the address and follow the signs to the terminal when arrive.
Condor Ferries Terminal, Gare Maritime du Naye, St Malo, 35400
The Elizabeth Terminal, JE2 3NW, Jersey
Alternatives to the St Malo – Jersey ferry
Traveling to Jersey (St Helier) or St Malo? You can take the ferry from France (St Malo) to the other Channel Islands. Like the ferry from St Malo to Guernsey or the ferry from Guernsey to Jersey. Another option is to travel from the UK to the Channel Islands, for example, from Poole or Portsmouth to Jersey
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Jersey to Saint Malo Day Trips
You only have to pickup this ferry connection and then follow with a day-trip to find the best Jersey to St Malo day trip While FerryGoGo is primarily focused on ferry crossings, we also want to ensure that our visitors have a great experience at their port of destination. Saint Malo is an excellent location for day trip activities, and we’ve compiled a list of the most popular ones below.