Yarmouth to Lymington / Lymington to Yarmouth
12 crossings daily
35 min

Lymington — it is a city on the south of England, located on the coast of channel of English Channel. Tourists are here attracted by ancient architecture, historical market, museums, flowering gardens and parks, harbour for yachts. Interest presents marine port of Lymington.


Main ferry company

Ferriages are carried out by a firm Wightlink, that carries passengers more than 4 millions annually. Aboard ferries shops, cafe, child's changing tables, open terraces, are present, zone for passengers with dogs.

Priority of company is safety of passengers, the modern system of videosupervision is therefore used. For protecting from a coronaviruses the ventilated and spacious passenger salons, availability of disinfectors, are envisaged for hands.

Ferries from Lymington island and back walk several times in a day. In port envisaged all necessary for the comfort of tourists. Information about routes, graphic arts of voyages and prices is on our web-site in free access. It is here possible to purchase or reserve tickets on-line.

Features of port of Lymington

From Lymington ply ships in port of Yarmouth on an island Уайт and back. A route passes through the mouth of the river Lymington and by the lock of Hirst and on the average occupies 40 minutes. An island Уайт differs unbelievable beauty by nature and sandy beaches, therefore tourists often arrive there from a mainland. To reserve or buy tickets on a ferry to direction of Lymington - Yarmouth or Yarmouth - Lymington can on-line.

There are all terms in port, both for pedestrian passengers and for those, who travels with a car. In expectant of ferry it is possible to try drinks and appetizers of local kitchen. For families with little children changing dinner-wagons are envisaged. For electric cars there is a point of rapid recharging in port.

The railhead of Lymington Pier is alongside located, therefore here it easily to reach by train. Lymington is on the motorway of А337. If you go by a machine, then the simplest route — through Christchurch, Highcliffe, New Milton.