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Anderson Boat Cruises - Coral Star Lymington Yarmouth

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight

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Anderson Boat Cruises - Coral Star

Passenger ferry service between Lymington and Yarmouth IOW

Anderson Boat Cruises - Coral Star in the harbour Step aboard the Coral Star passenger ferry at Lymington or Yarmouth, and cruise across the Solent in comfort and style!

Anderson Boat Cruises with Coral Star now operates a passenger ferry service across the Solent between Yarmouth and Lymington, the trip takes approximately 40 minutes, the return same day price is £20 adults, £15 children.

Current timetable (extra times may be added)

From Yarmouth 09:00, 11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 17:00

From Lymington 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00, 18.00

Lymington departure point is the Town Quay with pick up / drop off also possible adjacent to the main town Slipway.

Yarmouth departure point is behind the lifeboat.

Booking is essential. All trips subject to weather and operational requirements. Skippers decision on safety matters is final. Telephone: 01983 760212

For the time being the following conditions also apply:

The Coral Star would normally carry 40 passengers but whilst social distancing continues restricted numbers can be taken; another reason why it's essential to book.

All passengers must have and wear a face mask. There is hand steriliser on board. 

About the Coral Star

She has quite a history!  She was built by Blackmores of Bideford in 1962 and is thought in her first incarnation to have been the Dart Princess. She was long time based in Paignton and then from 2005 to 2011 in Plymouth where she worked as one of the boats of the Mountbatten ferry service. After that she was owned by Greenway Ferries in Brixham, from whom the Andersons bought her. More about her history including some fabulous photos can be found on her website.

Coral Star scenic cruise to the Needles

The Coral Star also takes people down the Needles channel to see the Needles rocks. On the way she passes the finest scenery of the island. Hurst castle, Fort Albert, Totland Bay, Cowell Bay and Alum Bay. We sweep close inshore as we cruise by.  More details on the website. To whet your appetite watch the video!

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