More than 30,000 passengers have already booked travel to and from Weymouth this summer, as the countdown to holidays begins. Condor Ferries will be operating sailings from Weymouth and Poole from Wednesday 17th July, offering passengers the opportunity to select their preferred departure port.
“We always intended to return to Weymouth, once the ferry port was repaired. It’s the natural gateway to the Channel Islands, and in the past year we have been active in fostering closer ties between the town and both Channel Islands. We are excited that we will be back as planned and know many of our guests are looking forward to being able to travel from Weymouth once more.”
The daily service from Weymouth to Guernsey, Jersey and St Malo in the school summer holidays gives easy access to the Channel Islands’ stunning scenery and most popular attractions, from the Jersey War Tunnels and world-famous Durrell Wildlife Park, to Castle Cornet and Victor Hugo’s Hauteville House on Guernsey, where the author wrote his most famous work, Les Misérables.
Although demand is already high for Condor Ferries’ summer crossings from Weymouth, spaces are still available for booking. To find out more about the special offers available and to book tickets, please visit www.condorferries.com.