Freight Ferries to Isle of Wight

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  • Freight Ferries to Isle of Wight

About The Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is located just off the south coast of England. Despite having a resident population of approximately 140,000 and being on average only 2-4 miles from the mainland county of Hampshire, there has never been a fixed link. The Isle of Wight is an English county in its own right and the administrative (and geographical) centre is Newport. However, the gateway ports for freight traffic are Fishbourne, East Cowes and Yarmouth.

Fishbourne is connected with Portsmouth via a frequent service operated by Wightlink. Red Funnel Ferries operates the slightly longer crossing between East Cowes and Southampton whilst the shortest crossing is between Yarmouth & Lymington, also operated by Wightlink.


Which route?

Whichever route, AferryFreight can offer you competitive rates and deal with all major UK and European Ferry operators.

You can use this page to view all services operating between the Isle of Wight and the mainland by Red Funnel Ferries and Wightlink.

Our team of dedicated multi lingual staff are also on hand to offer you advice as to which route may be best for you, please call us on + 44 (0)844 576 0060.


Useful Information

Island roads are well signposted and many have outstanding views. Freight drivers be warned, a number of main roads are narrow.

Freight Ferries to Isle of Wight Timetables & Sailing Information

  • Lymington - Yarmouth (Wightlink)

    • Timetable
    • up to 17 crossings per day
    • 40mins
    • Wightlink
  • Portsmouth - Fishbourne (Wightlink)

    • Timetable
    • up to 38 crossings per day
    • 45mins
    • Wightlink