times Was thanked: 138 time(s) in 105 post(s) Hi Darren et-al, Good to see the responses on this thread. Can I take my bicycle on the ferry? So please add Tim and Tracey to your numbers Rank: Advanced poster Groups: OCMember, Registered Joined: (UTC) Posts: 447 Location: Havant Hamshire Thanks: 4 times Was thanked: 12 time(s) in 12 post(s) Book me in for this one provided I can get a better price. Yes, all the Isle of Wight ferries are dog friendly: Wightlink 'strongly recommend' that dogs stay in cars on their car ferries from Lyminton and Portsmouth, but there is a designated doggy bit on the lounge. An alternative way to get your dog across the Solent Are there free car parks for foot passengers near to the Isle of Wight ferry? 2003 Mk2.5 silver.8 Sport (IOW) Users browsing this topic Guest 8 Pages1 2 3 » Go to Page. Should I take my car on the Isle of Wight ferry? If its cheaper, book the ferry yourself and see if there are any discounts available. You cannot vote in polls in this forum.
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Communication, yes, I want to receive communications from Dargal Interline). With ferries to France and Holland and mini cruises to Amsterdam, book now and start your holiday with dfds Seaways. Its a fascinating city with plenty to offer, plus if you take advantage of current deals with dfds Seaways its a treat you can afford. So, whilst booking early does help, you might on occasion get the best price by hanging on for a discount code to appear. Amsterdam East is slightly off the usual tourist track and definitely worth a look. Its close to Tropenmuseum which showcases an impressive collection of 175,000 artefects and interactive exhibits, making it a fun and educational day out. Yes, you can take a bike onto the Isle of Wight ferries for free - but there are some restrictions on the foot passenger ferries (the car ferries have more space for bikes and don't seem to have restrictions). The 5:30pm return.00 and the 9pm.25. Getting an early morning or late night crossing can be two thirds or half the price of a midday sailing on peak days, which dwarfs the 4 increase with Red Funnel. As well as savings on train fares and discount code offers, theres also partner deals.
Posts: 99, location: Isle of Wight, thanks: 46 times. Like Southampton, it can be quite slow to drive through Portsmouth so allow a bit of extra time during busy times of day. Im booked on the.00 Portsmouth to fishborne. And of course you also have your private en suite cabin to retire to and relax at the end of the day. Don't worry, this isn't the only onboard safety feature The quickest and most pleasant crossing in my view is Wightlink's Lymington to Yarmouth crossing as it passes through a lovely stretch of water.