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Guernsey Ferries - Guernsey Ferry Services Information

Condor Ferries operate services from Guernsey to Poole, Portsmouth and Weymouth in England, Cherbourg and St Malo in France, and to Jersey. Condor Ferries became the main operator to the UK from Guernsey following the closure of British Channel Island Ferries in 1994. Services are also offered from Ferry Company, Manche Isles Express to mainland France.

Guernsey ferries dock at St Peter Port. There are 5 ferry routes to and from Guernsey to Jersey, Southern England and Northern France.

Condor Ferries at Port

A heady mix of stunning scenery and the best of contemporary living, Guernsey is the perfect destination. Inspiring walks along the cliff paths, rambles through the rural interior or lazy days on the island’s beautiful beaches, Guernsey has it all.

St Peter Port, the island’s capital, is a bustling harbour town, a tapestry of architectural styles that tell the story of the region’s changing fortunes. Here bistros, restaurants and boutiques jostle for your attention, while in the harbour ferries are readied to take you to the sister islands.

Ask anyone who’s been to Guernsey it is a special place, a thriving community that welcomes its visitors with open arms and leaves a lasting impression on all who set foot on her soil.

St. Peter Port

Guernsey’s capital has been a busy entrepôt since Roman times. Her deep, safe anchorage and relative remoteness from France made St Peter Port the Channel Islands’ premier port, graced by the wealth of ship builders, privateers and merchant adventurers. Georgian and Regency styles were enriched by an influx of French emigrés, including Victor Hugo, whose influences included Parisian-style urinoirs. Today the town is a captivating blend of styles, framed by a tumble of terraces and tiered gardens and criss-crossed by worn steps and hidden alleys.

Shopping in St Peter Port is an unmissable experience. Electronic and photographic equipment, jewelry and perfume are all good, low duty buys, along with wines, spirits and tobacco and of course the famous Guernsey jumper. Small boutiques offer exclusive clothes, shoes and leather goods, whilst the Old Quarter is the place to find antiques. But take time to just look around you. After all, this is the Channel Islands’ most beautiful town.

Guernsey Routes

(year round service normally operated by Condor Express)

(seasonal service normally operated by Condor Express)

(Commodore Clipper, Commodore Goodwill. The Goodwills service is extended to St Malo at the weekends)

Jersey and Guernsey - St Malo
(Condor 10)

Condor Ferries Routes

Condor Ferries

Condor Ferries

Condor Ferries offer fast and conventional ferry services connecting the channel islands of Jersey and Guernsey with England and France
Condor Ferries UK departures ports are conveniently located in Poole and Portsmouth and Weymouth and offer services to St Peter Port in Guernsey, St Helier in Jersey, St Malo in Brittany and Cherbourg in Normandy

On board you’ll find all the facilities expected of a modern day ferry company such as restaurants and bars, a play area, a Bureau de Change and a onboard shopping store. Condor Ferries also also offers pre-bookable seating.

Condor Ferries Fleet

Condor Ferries current fleet consists of four ships - The Condor Express and Condor Vitesse (fast car ferries), The Commodore Clipper (all weather conventional ferry) and the Condor 10 (a fast car ferry).

HSC Condor Express

Condor Express was built in 1996 at the Incat Yards in Tasmania, Australia for use by Condor Ferries then joint owned by Commodore Shipping of Guernsey and Holyman. Condor Express was the first of a series of four 86m catamarans.

HSC Condor Vitesse

The HSC Condor Vitesse is a 86m fast catamaran ferry operated by Condor Ferries. Condor Vitesse was built in 1997 at the Incat Yards in Tasmania, Australia as Incat 044 but was not ordered by any ferry company. In March 1998 Condor Ferries announced they would charter the Incat 044 and rename her Condor Vitesse for the new service.

HSC Condor 10

The HSC Condor 10 is a 74m fast catamaran ferry operated by Condor Ferries. Condor 10 was built in 1992 at the Incat Yards in Tasmania, Australia as Condor Ten but was renamed Condor 10 shortly after.

Commodore Clipper

Built in 1999 this is Condor's only standard Roro ferry.

Manche Isles Express

Manche Isles Express

Manche Iles Express is a French ferry operator which connects the ports of Granville, Diélette and Barneville-Carteret in Normandy with the Channel Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Sark.

Manche Iles Express was established in April 2005 (in partnership with the Conseil Général de la Manche), in order to connect the region of Manche in Normandy, northern France with the Channel Islands.

HD Ferries *HD Ferries no longer operate Ferry Services to the Channel Islands..

HD Ferry Tickets to Guernsey

HD Ferries was a fast catamaran Channel Islands ferry service between Jersey, Guernsey and Brittany. HD Ferries had daily departures (six crossings per day; average crossing time per leg of just one hour) from the port of Saint Helier (Jersey) to St Peter Port (Guernsey) and then to St Malo.

HD Ferries was established in January 2007 following the cessation of Emeraude Lines in November 2005. Earlier, Condor Ferries and Emeraude Lines were the only two services operating in the region. The States of Jersey, States of Guernsey and Regional Council of Brittany required an additional ferry service to meet the demand for passenger and freight travel between the Channel Islands and France. The Jersey authorities had been attempting to encourage other companies to start a rival service to Condor, to maintain a competitive environment.

HD Ferries said on the 12th February 2009 that there are were no services planned for 2009 and have not offered any services since.