Poole HarbourPoole Harbour is the second largest harbor in the world. This harbor is home to many boats that permanently dock there. It also is the starting point for a variety of day tours of the Old Harry Rocks, Brownsea Island and Studland Peninsula. When it is time to continue your travels, you can get on board one of the two ferry lines that leaves from Poole Harbour.
Brittany FerriesBrittany Ferries offers high-speed ferries between Poole and Cherbourg. The ferries provide relaxing accommodations while you are on board, including bars, lounges and restaurants.
This ferry travels from Poole to Cherbourg once a day from May through October. This high-speed ferry takes slightly more than two hours to make the trip.
New Harbour Road
Poole Dorset BH15 4AJ
Condor FerriesCondor Ferries provide trips from Poole to Guernsey and Jersey. As you cross the channel, you can enjoy meals from the restaurants or have a drink at the bar. This ferry offers seats, cabins and club class accommodations. A youth entertainment room offers children's activities. Condor Ferries also have on-board duty free stores and money exchanging services.
You can bring your car, bicycles and motorbikes aboard. When traveling with any vehicle, Condor Ferries must be provided with the vehicle type and the dimensions.
The Quay, Weymouth
Dorset DT4 8DX