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Travel to/from Isle of Wight Festival
Isle of Wight Festival is held at Seaclose Park. The address of Seaclose Park is Newport, Isle of White, Newport, PO30 1UD.
Foot Passenger Catamaran from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pier in less than 20 minutes. If you are coming to the Festival by train this is the best route as the ferry departs from Portsmouth Harbour train station.
Red Funnel Red Jet:
The Red Jet hi-speed foot passenger service runs every 30 mins throughout the day from Southampton to West Cowes.
You can reach the Isle of Wight in less than 10 mins! Departing from Southsea seafront the Hovercraft takes you right up to the seafront in Ryde. If you are travelling by train please leave the train at the Portsmouth and Southsea station and use the connecting shuttle service for £1.30 per person.
Festival buses are available on arrival to take you to the Festival site. £6 per person.
Wightlink offer two car routes.
Portsmouth to Fishbourne (approx 40 minutes)
Lymington to Yarmouth (approx 35 minutes)
Southampton to East Cowes
Please note: Customers travelling with a vehicle are requested to arrive at least 30 minutes and not more than 60 minutes prior to their booked sailing time.
Simply jump on board one of the Big Green Coach Company executive coaches direct to the Festival site. All coaches arrive on the Thursday (London Victoria has an additional Friday service) and all return home on the Monday.
Picking up from: Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brighton, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, London (Croydon), London (Richmond upon Thames), London (Victoria), Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Reading and Sheffield.
No need to worry about driving, parking and queuing
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