Ferry routes to Great Britain

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As Britain is an island, ferries are one way to get into the country. Below is a list of routes that are available. It may not be complete.

From the south coast[edit]

The modern Seven Sisters Ferry, Newhaven
Major airports and ferry routes (some are missing)

Portsmouth and Southampton act as ports for transport to the Isle of Wight; Portsmouth, Poole and Weymouth also have routes to Guernsey and Jersey provided by Condor Ferries

To Ireland[edit]

The Irish Ferries Ulysses, the world's largest ferry

East coast routes[edit]

These routes may be subject to change. It is recommended to contact the ferry operators and book ahead.

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