Lymington Yarmouth Ferry
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Quickly book cheap Lymington to Yarmouth ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Lymington to Yarmouth ferry route is operated solely by Wightlink providing a helpful connection from England to the Isle of Wight. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Lymington to Yarmouth to help you find the best deals but as well as that, we will also compare with 5 other routes to help you arrive in the Isle of Wight relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal:
- Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde
- Portsmouth to Fishbourne
- Portsmouth to Ryde
- Southampton to Cowes East
- Southsea to Ryde
Lymington to Yarmouth 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.
See below for ferry times and detailed guides about Lymington and Yarmouth.
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Lymington - YarmouthCar + 4Travel: Wednesday, 5 August 2020 - Wednesday, 5 August 2020from: £50
The Lymington ferry port is located on the western bank of the Lymington River, and is only a short journey from the town's centre and its shopping areas, which on every Saturday houses the local market, with some wonderful fresh produce from the local farms on offer. Due to the town's closeness to New Forest, its port receives a large number of tourists throughout the year, and with the town's harbour featuring three marinas it is easy to understand why the town is also a popular yachting centre.
Yarmouth ferry port is located on the north western coast of the Isle of Wight, Yarmouth has an idyllic and tranquil ferry port, which over the years has become popular with yachting enthusiasts and fishermen, the harbour is overlooked by Yarmouth Castle (which is open to visitors) which was built by Henry VIII to protect the Solent from invading forces.
Yarmouth Pier was built in 1876 and is the longest timber pier in England which is still open to the public. The town's square features many wonderful and amazing shops. From the harbour it is possible to take a boat to fish out in the Solent or the Needles, the pier also offers fantastic places to fish and relax.
06 Jan 2020Cracking Christmas
Easy and quick to book. Confirmations quickly received and faqs helped. Helpful directions and a smooth experience end to end. Also allowed us to feed our 2yr old on both journeys.
Review by Anon
03 Dec 2019Excellent service
Excellent. On time both ways
Review by BILL HAWKINS
20 Nov 2019Brilliant
Brilliant, never been to IOW before will come again.
Review by ANDREW DIXON
15 Nov 2019Great journey
I love the Lymington to Yarmouth trip, it's quick the journey there is beautiful through the forest and we have always had a good crossing.
Review by DENISE Wilts
14 Nov 2019Excellent Service
The site is quick and easy to use
Review by DAVID BLAKE