Guernsey Ferry Routes Ferries from Portsmouth, Poole Weymouth

Guernsey Ferry Routes Cross Channel Ferries

Ferries to Guernsey go from Portsmouth, Poole and Weymouth with Condor Ferries. Condor ferries offer quick crossing times coupled with quality service on traditional car ferries and catamarans. They also offer a service from St.Malo to Guernsey and from Jersey to Guernsey. Ferries to Guernsey dock at St.Peter's Port.


Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands and has much to offer the many tourists that visit it every year. Golden beaches and miles of rugged coastline along with cliff top walks and warm weather alongside a rich cultural heritage all add up to an agreeable holiday experience.

St.Peter's Port has been in use for more than 2000 years when it was first built by the Romans and is still thriving today. The people of Guernsey share a mixture of French and British culture where the influence of the French is evident in the local patois and the proliferation of French street names.

Sailing routes

Condor began their catamaran service in 1991 and in 1993 introduced a catamaran that also carried cars, Condor 10.

Condor Ferries from Portsmouth to Guernsey sails six times daily with a crossing time of around 13 hours. Poole to Guernsey with Condor sails twice daily, with a journey time of 2 hours 45 minutes. Weymouth to Guernsey sails twice a day with a crossing time of two hours.

If you're traveling from St. Malo to Guernsey Condor ferries provide a service with two sailings a day and a journey time of 2 hours 45 minutes, while the service from Jersey to Guernsey sails twice a day with a crossing time of 1 hour 30 minutes.

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Guernsey Ferry Port

Driving directions

To Portsmouth: Take the M275 which is the motorway network leading directly to the port.
To Poole: From the east follow the A348 or the A35 and when you reach Poole follow the signs to the ferries.
To Weymouth: Weymouth lies to the South of Dorchester on the A354 as you approach Weymouth look for signs to the ferries. If you're coming from Poole take the A351 and then the A352 and then the A353 in to the town centre.

Why Guernsey?

Guernsey is an island of natural beauty that offers a wealth of long sandy beaches and tranquil ports. The island has a diverse array of wildlife and nature and the small surrounding islands are well worth a visit too. If you're after rolling countryside and wide open vistas, visit Alderney whose capital St.Annes is an eccentric gathering of cottages and old town houses interspersed with local pubs. Also worth visiting are the mellow environs of Sark with its 'no cars' policy and the historically interesting island of Herm.