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To book your ferry ticket to or from Jersey simply select your outward & return routes, then the number of passengers and click the get price button. You will then be taken to the date selection page where you can obtain your personalised ferry ticket quote.

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Guernsey Ferries - Guernsey Ferry Services Information

Condor Ferries operate services from Jersey to Poole, Portsmouth and Weymouth in England, Cherbourg and St Malo in France, and to Guernsey. In additon to the Condor Ferries services Compagnie Corsaire and Manche Isles Express also serve Jersey.

Ferries to Jersey offer a fast and great value way to get to your destination. Ferry travel also gives you complete freedom. You can take your own car, or board on foot and pick up a hire car when you get there. Taking your car gives you the opportunity to really explore, you can visit the beaches, enjoy the heritage sites, sample the best restaurants and even do a spot of shopping!!

Condor Ferries at Port

Whatever you’re looking for from a holiday, you’re bound to find it in idyllic Jersey. Small enough to really get to know, yet still big enough to surprise, it’s perfect for either a short break or a longer stay.

Jersey, less than an hour away, is a fusion of the very best British and continental influences. It's a unique combination of home and away, where the accent is firmly on quality - in everything from fabulous Jersey produce to cosseting boutique hotels, impeccable service to stylish island experiences.

It’s quick and easy to get to Jersey. And when you arrive you’ll find an island of just 45 square miles packed with all kinds of sights, experiences and activities. Jersey is as reassuringly traditional or as cutting-edge cool as you want to make it.

Jersey Routes

(year round service normally operated by Condor Express)

(seasonal service normally operated by Condor Express)

Jersey and Guernsey - St Malo
(Condor 10)

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

Condor Ferries Routes

Condor Ferries Jersey Services

Condor Ferries

Ferries to the Jersey are operated by Condor Ferries. Ferry Price work closely with Condor Ferries to ensure we can always give you the best offers and prices available to you at the time of booking. 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 Helier in Jersey.

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 Jersey 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.

Compagnie Corsaire

Compagnie Corsaire offers ferry services along the coast of Brittany including connections to the Channel Islands. Compagnie Corsaire provides ferry travel between the ports of St Malo, Dinan, Dinard, La Rance, Cap-Fréhel, Pointe du St Cast, Cape Frehel, St. Cast, Fort Lalatte, Pointe du Grouin, Cancale, Iles Chausey, Ile Cézembre, Grouin, Cancale, the Ile Cézembre Islands and the island of Jersey.

Compagnie Corsaire has been offering pleasure cruises and transport around the Brittany Coast, along the River Rance and as a "sea bus" between destinations such as Dinard and St. Malo since 1904 and have now added a route between St. Malo and Jersey. They run from the Gare maritime de la Bourse in St Malo to the Albert Pier in St. Helier. The vessel was newly built for 2007 on for this new route and the journey time is one hour twenty minutes.

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.