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Planning your holiday to the Isle of Wight

Already booked your Parkdean Resorts holiday to the Isle of Wight? Great! We’re sure you’re looking forward to it. You’ll find it easy to get there too, as you can take your pick from a range of ferry services that cross The Solent. Departures set off from Lymington and Portsmouth with Wightlink, and from Southampton with Red Funnel.

Even better, we’ve lined up an exclusive saving on Isle of Wight ferry crossings. We’ll email you all the details you need within 48 hours of making your holiday booking.

Choose your ideal Isle of Wight ferry route

Lymington to Yarmouth

This route leaves every half an hour and takes around 40 minutes. Lymington to Yarmouth is ideal if you’re staying at our Thorness Bay Holiday Park.

Portsmouth to Fishbourne

The ferry for this route also departs every half an hour, and the journey time is around 45 minutes. Portsmouth to Fishbourne is perfect for our Nodes Point, Landguard and Lower Hyde holiday parks.

Southampton to Cowes

This route runs every hour and takes around 55 minutes. It stops at East Cowes, which is in the centre of the island's northern coast, so the route's an alternative option if you're staying at Thorness Bay Holiday Park.

Coronavirus travel update - Due to current government guidelines, face coverings must be worn on all Isle of Wight ferry crossings. Services are operating on a reduced schedule and some routes are currently unavailable. There are social distancing and hygiene measures on board too. You can find out more at Wightlink.

Exclusive ferry crossing discount

We’ve teamed up with Wightlink to offer you an exclusive discount for being a valued Parkdean Resorts customer. You don’t need to contact us – we’ll send you an email about your ferry crossing discount within 48 hours of making your booking.

What to expect on your ferry crossing

Watch the video below to find out more about what to expect on ferry crossings with Wightlink.