New Isle of Wight Ferry Service

Scoot Ferries has launched a new foot passenger service from Lymington Quay to Yarmout

Scoot Ferries has launched a new foot passenger service from Lymington Quay to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight.

The crossing takes just 25 minutes from the Town Quay in Lymington to the harbour in Yarmouth, with boarding and landing quick and easy.

Scoot Isle of Wight Passenger Ferry

The service is gaining popularity with commuters during the week and day visitors to the Isle of Wight at weekends. The ferry is also becoming popular with Island residents visiting Lymington as it docks at the picturesque Town Quay which is just a short walk to the shops and High Street.

The boats have a capacity of 12 foot passengers but Scoot Ferries plan to bring in larger vessels soon.

Online Booking

The online booking system ensures a reserved seat but it is possible to pay on the ferry by credit card - but not cash. Not so unusual in the 21st centuary but not entirely convenient for anyone who likes to carry cash rather than a card.

Scoot is also running a Cowes to Portsmouth route and more are promised for the future.

For more information see Scoot Ferries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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