Fishbourne Portsmouth Ferry
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Fishbourne Portsmouth Ferries - Prices from £56
Quickly book cheap Fishbourne to Portsmouth ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Fishbourne to Portsmouth ferry route is operated solely by Wightlink providing a helpful connection from the Isle of Wight to England. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Fishbourne to Portsmouth to help you find the best deals but as well as that, we will also compare with Cowes East to Southampton, Ryde to Portsmouth and Yarmouth to Lymington to help you arrive in England relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal.
Fishbourne to Portsmouth ferries with Wightlink are comfortable and provide modern facilities to make your holiday start the minute you step on board. Ferrysavers always has cheap prices for Wightlink and great deals to help you save on your trip.
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Located in the north east area of the Isle of Wight, Fishbourne is a small fishing village situated between the towns of Wootton and Ryde. The village is located on the eastern bank of Wootton Creek. Located near Fishbourne is the Royal Victoria Yacht Club which attracts a large number of sailing enthusiasts every year, especially during the famous Cowes week in early August.
The village is well connected with the rest of the Isle of Wight thanks to the local bus service with regular bus services stopping in all major towns on the island. The Isle of Wight also offers a range of extreme sports for visitors and locals to experience such as paragliding and windsurfing.
One of England's busiest and most important ports, Portsmouth ferry port is located on England's southern coastline and thanks to the local bus networks and the road system it is only a short journey from the city's centre. One of the UK's largest and busiest ports, Portsmouth has a host of facilities for passengers, including a café, bar, bureau de change, ATM and 516 space multi-storey car park.
Portsmouth is the only city in England to have been constructed on an island, and the city is also the historic home of the Royal Navy and has the world's oldest, still functioning dry dock. The city's dry docks attract many visitors, as they currently house three British battleships, the most famous of them, the H.M.S Victory. But Portsmouth's attractions do not stop with the dry docks and Naval Centre, its waterfront houses, the Spinnaker tower, a wide range of shops and boutiques as well as many restaurants and cafes for visitors to relax and unwind in.