All Ferries

It's no wonder that so many holidaymakers are eager to return year after year to the Channel Islands. With such a wealth of stunning natural beauty and rich mix of French and British cultures to be enjoyed, how could anyone fail to be continually inspired by such surroundings?

From ancient castles steeped in historic legend, to charming towns and villages set in rural splendor, these Islands have an atmosphere unique to their shores. And if you prefer the brighter lights, the larger towns can provide enough entertainment to satisfy the most determined of pleasure seekers.

To set it all off, there's also the balmy climate provided by warm waters of the Gulf Stream. Long sunny days make the island's sandy, unspoiled beaches an even greater joy to relax or have fun on.

So, however many expectations you may have of your holiday, Jersey and Guernsey are the islands where they can all come beautifully together.



Services between UK & Guernsey -pdf
Services between Guernsey & UK-pdf

Services between UK & Jersey-pdf
Services between Jersey & UK-pdf

Services between UK & St. Malo-pdf
Services between St. Malo & UK-pdf

Services between UK & Cherbourg

Services from Portsmouth & Channel Islands

Information point onboard Condor Ferries
Port Maps & Information








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Cherbourg Port Information
Quai de Normandie, 50100, Cherbourg, Normandy, France.

A network of major roads from Brittany, the Loire and the South lead to the N13 motorway and from there, straight into the centre of Cherbourg.
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Guernsey Port Information
White Rock, St Peter Port, Guernsey.

From St. Julians Avenue continue straight over roundabout and follow signs to Ferry port.
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Jersey Port Information
The Elizabeth Terminal, St Helier, Jersey.

At Route De La Liberation roundabout take the 2nd exit onto La Route Du Port Elizabeth. Follow signs to Ferry port.
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Portsmouth Port Information
Continental Ferry Port, George Byng Way,
Portsmouth, Hampshire PO2 8SP

Portsmouth has the best road connections of any UK Channel ferry port and it is nearer to central London than Dover or the Channel Tunnel. The M275 brings the national motorway network right to the port itself. A new exit road gives cars and coaches direct access to a northbound slip road on to the M275 plus easy access to central Portsmouth.
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Poole Port Information
The Passenger Terminal, New Harbour Road South,
Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset BH15 4AJ

From the West follow the A35 to Poole & then take A350 & follow signs to Ferries. From the East follow the A348 from Ferndown or the A35 from Bournemouth. Again when you reach Poole follow signs to Ferries.
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Weymouth Port Information
The Quay, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 8DX

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, & then finally the A353 into the Town Centre.
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