Lymington ferry port in England connects you with Yarmouth in Isle of Wight with a choice of up to 16 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Lymington to Yarmouth crossing is from 40 minutes and the crossing is operated by Wightlink.
Situated in the New Forest district of Hampshire, Lymington is a port on the south coast of England. The only ferry route departing from Lymington is to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight, which runs frequently throughout the day and lasts for around 40 minutes.
Lymington Harbour has become very popular with visiting yachtsmen; the well sheltered docks and easy access makes it one of the most respected harbours in the UK. There are two large marinas found at the harbour, both filed with boats that are permanently moored there. Away from the harbour, the beautiful countryside synonymous with the New Forest attracts thousands of visitors each year; oftentimes Lymington will have more tourists than permanent residents.
What draws so many to Lymington’s quaint buildings and quiet streets is the family atmosphere that embodies the town. The sea baths are a perfect way for the kids to spend the afternoon, whilst adults can peruse the myriad of independent shops. For a touch of culture and history, St. Barbe Museum and Art Gallery offers a fascinating insight into the social history of the area, and depending on the time of year there are occasionally some exhibitions featuring famous artists.
The ferry port is located within walking distance of the town centre, so it is very accessible for tourists visiting Lymington. There is also a car park next to the harbour, which is ideal for passengers who are only going on a day trip.
Undershore Road, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 5SB
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