Jersey (Gorey) ferries connect Jersey with England, France & Guernsey with crossings available to Poole & Portsmouth (in England), St Malo, Granville & Carteret (in France) & Guernsey (in Guernsey). Jersey (Gorey) Ferry crossings are operated by Condor Ferries & Manche Iles Express and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 30 ferry crossings weekly.
There are up to 30 ferry crossings weekly from Jersey (Gorey) with sailing durations starting from 1 hour. Our Jersey (Gorey) ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Nearly 99% of all goods that enter Jersey are done so via the port, proving Jersey Port’s increasing prevalence in the imports and exports of the island. Not just used to transport goods, Jersey Port is expecting over 750,000 passengers and over 120,000 cars to use their services this calendar year. Jersey has become a popular spot for visitors over recent years due to its unique location just north of the coast of France. The island combines a mixture of British and French cultures; English is the first language, yet it is spoken next to beautiful French Style farmhouses.
There are duty-free shops around the port, a popular spot for visitors hoping to grab a bargain before their travels. For first-time visitors, Jersey port is renowned for its efficient and approachable staff who take pride in assisting passengers, therefore the terminal remains fairly simple to navigate through. The ferry routes from the port are all to relatively nearby ports in Britain or to St. Malo in France, though the crossing to Poole only runs from April to October.
Jersey Port has myriad of impressive cruise ships designed to carry passengers for long periods of time; the main cruise ships are equipped with top quality facilities including Michelin Star restaurants and boutique clothing stores. Travelling with pets is generally not considered a problem, though animals entering Jersey will need to obtain a pet passport, which is issued by most veterinary services.