Guernsey Poole Ferry
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Quickly book cheap Guernsey to Poole ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Guernsey to Poole ferry route is operated solely by Condor Ferries providing a helpful connection from the Channel Islands to England. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Guernsey to Poole to help you find the best deals but as well as that, we will also compare with Guernsey to Portsmouth to help you arrive in England relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal.
Guernsey to Poole ferries with Condor Ferries are comfortable and provide modern facilities to make your holiday start the minute you step on board. Ferrysavers always has cheap prices for Condor Ferries and great deals to help you save on your trip.
See below for ferry times and detailed guides about Guernsey and Poole.
Guernsey is a British Crown Dependency in the English Channel approximately 30 miles off of France's Normandy coastline. Guernsey offers a fantastic mix of British and French cultures coupled with excellent weather conditions such as mild winters and warm summers.
To say the least Guernsey, has it all; the best of contemporary living with bistro dining and lively pubs to exquisite up market and high street shopping, along with miles of sandy beaches, breathtaking sceneries, amazing walks and purely breathtaking floral displays all around the island.
For the more enthusiastic visitor, there are also activities such as surfing, scuba diving, cycling and horse riding. Guernsey's ferry terminal is located in St. Peter's port which is easily accessible from any part of the island.
Poole is located on the south coast of England, and is 20 miles to the east of Dorchester. Bournemouth is adjoined to Poole on its eastern edge increasing the town's already large number of beaches and attractions. Poole's most visited attractions are located close to the Ferry port with the quayside being the most popular, with many grade I and II listed buildings and traditional public houses to explore, as well as offering visitors short cruises around the harbour and to Brownsea island near the harbours mouth.
18 Jul 2017Fast, efficient and dog friendly
The Condor minimises the time at sea and post high season is good value.The three hour crossing minimises the journey for a dog whereas the voyage from Porsmouth is horrendously slow. The quality of catering is poor but of little consequence in relation to the speed of the journey
Review by MICHAEL WIGHTMAN