The Jersey Sark ferry route connects Jersey with Sark. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Manche Iles Express. The crossing operates up to 4 times each week with sailing durations from around 1 hour 10 minutes.
Jersey Sark sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers on this route. Prices shown are per person.
Brilliant Crossing I Highly recommend this Company
'Brian' travelled Jersey (St Helier) Sark with Manche Iles ExpressRead More Read Less
"Dark day trip"
We had a brilliant day in Sark with good crossings both ways, wonderful and interesting place to visit. Manche iles express is the ship to book with for this visit
'Colin' travelled Jersey (St Helier) Sark with Manche Iles ExpressRead More Read Less
"Day trip to Sark"
We had a lovely crossing from St Helier to Sark on the 15th July. Crossing left on time and was quick. Fairly smooth crossing but couldn't see much on way out due to sea mist. The return was much better with the sun then out and were able to see lots of Jersey coastline. Ferry booking staff at both ports were good and helpful. Staff kept us updated on the crossing with information etc.
'Rob' travelled Jersey (St Helier) Sark with Manche Iles ExpressRead More Read Less
"Day trip Jersey to Sark"
This was a wonderful experience. Despite the slightly choppy sea on the outward journey, consequences dealt with by the attentive staff members. Standing on the upper deck whilst the captain skirted the coastlines of Jersey and Sark was brilliant. A brief taste of life on Sark was so relaxing. Truly a place to get away from it all. The return trip was prompt and efficient. Would recommend this to anyone.
'Ann' travelled Jersey (St Helier) Sark with Manche Iles ExpressRead More Read Less
St Helier is the capital of the island of Jersey which is the largest of the Channel Islands which are situated in the English Channel. Jersey is not part of the United Kingdom and has a separate relationship to the British Crown from the other Crown Dependencies of Guernsey and the Isle of Man. Jersey has its own international identity from the UK, although the UK is constitutionally responsible for the island's defence.
A popular attraction in St Helier is the Jersey Museum and Art Gallery which tells the story of Jersey from Neolithic times through to the present day. There are many artefacts on display including priceless Bronze Age gold torque and Millais' famous portrait of Lillie Langtry. For a more relaxing way to pass time then visit one of Jersey's lovely beaches or simply hang out in one of St Helier's many bars, cafes and restaurants.
Jersey's port can be found on the south coast of the island, in St Helier, on St Aubin's Bay. Ferry services available from the port depart to St Malo in France, Portsmouth, Poole and Weymouth in England, and also to the neighbouring island of Guernsey. Passenger facilities at the port include a cafe, shop and a duty free outlet.
Sark is a small island that is located close to the islands of Guernsey and Jersey and lies in the English Channel. It is one of the Channel Islands and has around 700 residents and is quite unusual in that the entire island is car-free. The only methods of transport allowed on the island are bicycles, horse drawn carriages and tractors. There are two main areas of the island and they are known as Greater Sark and Little Sark, and are connected to each other by a small strip of land known as the Coupee. The island, which is only 5 km long, is governed by the Seigneur and is the smallest European State in existence. Popular attractions on the island include its spectacular coastline and secluded beaches such as Grande Greve Bay. There are also the fantastic grounds that surround the Seigneur's official residence - the 17th century La Seigneurie.
The Isle of Sark Shipping Company operates small ferries from Sark to St Peter Port in Guernsey. The crossing takes 45 minutes for the 14 km journey. A high-speed passenger ferry also operates in the summer to Jersey. Also a 12-passenger boat, the Lady Maris II, operates regular services to Alderney.