Ferry to Lymington and Yarmouth
On this ferry you can travel by car, bike as a footpassenger but also with a lorry. The crossing from Yarmouth to Lymington is the fastest over the Solent. With the ferries from WightLink you'll be on the Isle of Wight from Lymington in just 40 mins. This crossing is operated by Wightlink and is about 10 km as the crow flies. On this crossing it is possible to bring a car aboard the ferry. If you want to bring your car make sure to book well in advance as the car deck is often fully booked.
On this page you will find information and tips about this ferry service from Wightlink which connects Lymington to the Isle of Wight.
Ferry Yarmouth-Lymington costs
If you want to travel by ferry to the Isle of Wight and specifically from Lymington to Yarmouth you can expect the following prices.
- Tickets are available from Wightlink from €16,50 That is for 1 person without a car and a single journey.
- A crossing with a car and 2 people in peak season quickly costs somewhere around €57,- (return)
The prices of the boat tickets are very dependent on the season and the crowds, as you can see above. Specifically in peak season (summer) prices rise sharply for the crossing to the Isle of Wight. Book early to get the best price and to be sure that you can bring your car, motorbike or camper on board. Also make sure to check the low fare calendar, a handy tool that helps you save money.
On this route from Yarmouth to Lymington there are 11 daily ferries, so you'll never have to wait to long. Most of the time there is an interval of about 70-90 minutes between departing ferries to Yarmouth from Lymington.
The crossing is only 10 km as the crow flies. 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 Lymington to Yarmouth
This ferry has a busy schedule with the first departure at 5:30, per day 11 ferries are leaving to Yarmouth on this route to the Isle of Wight. The timetable changes a bit during the seasons but in the frequency of departing ferries is the highest in the morning and decreases a bit later on the day.
The first ferry to the Isle of Wight leaves at 05:30 the last one at 20:00 in between 9 ferries are sailing on this crossing.
from Yarmouth to Lymington
The first ferry on the crossing from Yarmouth to Lymington starts a bit later. In the route to Lymington the first ferry leaves at 06:20 and the last one departs at 20:50 with 9 ferries in between these ferries, with the highest frequency of ferries in the morning.
With 11 daily sailings in both ways you'll never have to wait to long to board your trip to Isle of Wight. This specific crossing will take you across in 40mins over around 10km
Sail time ferry Yarmouth-Lymington
This crossing is an 40 min crossing with the ferries of Wightlink, which covers about 0 km.
On board the ferry to Yarmouth and Lymington
This (and more) can be expected on the Wight Light, the Wight Sky and the Wight Sun of Wightlink
Wightlink sails with 3 different ferries on this crossing to Isle of Wight between Lymington and Yarmouth. This ferry takes you in about 40 mins from Lymington to the Isle of Wight
- Outside Deck
- Food and drinks (Wight Taste)
- Plenty of seating
To get to the departure port, use the address and follow the signs to the terminal when arrived.
Yarmouth Car Ferry Terminal, Quay Street, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, PO41 0PB
Lymington (Isle of Wight)
Lymington Ferry Port, Undershore Road, Lymington, SO41 5SB
Alternatives to the Yarmouth-Lymington ferry
Travelling to the Isle of Wight? Then you can also choose to travel from for example Portsmouth. From Portsmouth there are ferries leaving to Ryde (Foot passenger ferry) and to Fishbourne (with a car deck). Then there is also the option to travel from Southampton to Cowes. There are quite some options to travel to the Isle of Wight.
Frequently Asked Questions Yarmouth-Lymington ferry
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