Wightlink

Overview

Wightlink is a ferry company operating routes between Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in southern England. Wightlink and its forerunners have provided ferry services to and from the Isle of Wight for more than 160 years. The company operates car ferries between Lymington and Yarmouth (40 minutes) and between Portsmouth and Fishbourne (45 minutes). A fast passenger-only catamaran operates between Portsmouth Harbour and Ryde Pier Head, taking 22 minutes.

MV Brading – Past and Present

MV Brading – Past and Present

MV Brading Brading © Ted Ingham Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1948 at Wm. Denny & Bros., Dumbarton, Scotland (Yard No 1412) as a TM Ferry/General Cargo vessel.…
MV Southsea – Past and Present

MV Southsea – Past and Present

MV Southsea Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1948 at Wm. Denny & Bros., Dumbarton, Scotland (Yard No 1411) As a TM Ferry/General Cargo vessel. Technical Data Length: 61.04 m…
MV Freshwater (II) – Past and Present

MV Freshwater (II) – Past and Present

MV Sound of Seil, ex Freshwater (II) - Steel twin Voith Schneider double ended vessel built in 1959 at Ailsa SB Company, Troon (Yard Number. 505) for British Railways Board,…
MV Cenred – Past and Present

MV Cenred – Past and Present

MV Cenred - Steel twin Voith Schneider double ended "C Class" vessel built at Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd., Dundee, Scotland (yard no. 562) for British Railways Board, London, England as…
MV Cenwulf – Past and Present

MV Cenwulf – Past and Present

MV Cenwulf - Steel twin screw double ended "C Class" vessel built in 1973 at Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd., Dundee, Scotland (Yard no. 561) for British Railways Board, London, England…
MV Cuthred – Past and Present

MV Cuthred – Past and Present

MV Mira Praia, ex Clemtyne, Cuthred - Steel twin 'Voith Schneider' double ended "C Class" vessel built in 1969 at Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd., Dundee, Scotland (Yard no. 498) for…
MV Caedmon – Past and Present

MV Caedmon – Past and Present

MV Caedmon - Steel twin 'Voith Schneider' double ended "C Class" vessel built in 1973 at Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd., Dundee, Scotland (Yard no. 560) for British Railways Board, London,…
MV Wight Sun – Past and Present

MV Wight Sun – Past and Present

MV Wight Sun - Steel twin 'Voith Schneider' motor vessel “W-Wight Class” built in 2009 by Brodogradiliste Shipyard, Kraljevica, Croatia (Yard No 552) as a Passenger/Ro-Ro Cargo Ship
MV Wight Sky – Past and Present

MV Wight Sky – Past and Present

MV Wight Sky - Steel twin 'Voith Schneider' motor vessel “W-Wight Class” built in 2008 by Brodogradiliste Shipyard, Kraljevica, Croatia (Yard No 551) as a Passenger/Ro-Ro Cargo Ship
MV Wight Light – Past and Present

MV Wight Light – Past and Present

MV Wight Light - Steel twin 'Voith Schneider' motor vessel “W-Wight Class” built in 2008 by Brodogradiliste Shipyard, Kraljevica, Croatia (Yard No 550) as a Passenger/Ro-Ro Cargo Ship
MV St Clare – Past and Present

MV St Clare – Past and Present

MV St Clare - Steel quadruple 'Voith Schneider' “204 PCU” motor vessel built in 2001 by Gdansk Shiprepair "Remontowa", Gdansk, Poland (Yard No 653) as a Double Ended Car Passenger…
MV St Faith – Past and Present

MV St Faith – Past and Present

MV St Faith - Steel triple Voith Schneider screw vessel built at Cochrane Yard, Selby, England in 1990 (Yard no.169) for Sealink UK, London, England as a passenger and vehicle…
MV St Catherine – Past and Present

MV St Catherine – Past and Present

MV GB Conte, ex St Catherine - Steel triple Voith Schneider screw vessel built at Henry Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd, Leith, Scotland in 1983 (Yard no. 534) for Sealink British…
MV St Cecilia – Past and Present

MV St Cecilia – Past and Present

MV St Cecilia - Steel triple Voith Schneider screw vessel built at Cochrane Yard, Selby, England in 1987 (Yard no.135) for Sealink UK, London, England as a passenger and vehicle…
MV St Helen – Past and Present

MV St Helen – Past and Present

MV Anna Mur, ex St Helen - Steel triple Voith Schneider screw vessel built at Henry Robb Caledon Shipbuilders Ltd., Leith, Scotland in 1983 (Yard no. 535) for Sealink British…
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