Ferries to Guernsey

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Condor ferries run regular ferries to Guernsey on a daily basis. There is a choice of departure ports and crossing durations. Ferries from Portsmouth can be either day or night crossings taking 7 hours and 12 hours respectively.

There are also daytime ferries from Poole that can take between 2 and a half and 3 hours.

To book a crossing that departs within the next 7 days, please email Holiday.Operations@campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk

Guernsey ferry routes

Operator Departure port
Frequency Duration
Condor Ferries
2-5 per week (except Sunday)
7 hrs (day) 12hrs return (night)
Condor Ferries
Apr - Oct (not daily)
3 hrs

Onboard Accommodation

There are 2, 3 and 4 berth cabins available on the route from Portsmouth, with inside and outside cabins available. Some of these cabins are wheelchair accessible as well. Lounge seats can also be reserved.

Some of the ships do offer Club Class lounge seats as well as reclining seats.

Onboard Facilities and Information

On board there are is a self-service restaurant for passengers to have something to eat. A bar is also on board for refreshments.

Pets are permitted on this route providing they remain in the vehicle.

More about Guernsey

Guernsey is a group of several islands off the coast of France which are self-governing but remain dependent to the British crown. The main island is also called Guernsey and has a population of around 65,000, mainly concentrated in the town of St Peter Port. St Peter Port is also home to the island's main ferry terminal.

Guernsey island is only six miles long by three miles wide, and its roads are never busy, making the island a popular destination for people who enjoy getting around by pedal-power. Much of the island consists of largely unspoilt countryside which is well worth exploring.

Guernsey's warm weather makes it the ideal place for al fresco dining, and much of the island's cuisine is influenced by its reliance upon seafood and its proximity to France. There is a great deal of British influence as well with fish-and-chip shops and pubs selling traditional “pub grub”.

St Peter Port is also worth exploring – the Royal Court House, Hauteville House (where the French writer Victor Hugo – author of The Hunchback of Notre-Dame - lived in exile from 1855 to 1870) and The Town Church are all worth a look. There are also several shopping arcades for retail-therapy addicts.

Ferry Offers to Guernsey