Taking your Motorbike including jetskis

Taking your Motorbike

Condor Ferries will assist you all the way when travelling to the beautiful Channel Islands, France or UK with your motorbike. Your bike will be secured throughout the ferry crossing.

Checking in with a Motorbike

Please ensure that you check in no later than 60 minutes before your departure time. On arrival at the motor vehicle check in booth, please show your booking confirmation, and if travelling to France your passport. You will then be given you boarding cards and a car sticker showing your arrival destination. The sticker should be placed on your screen, and your boarding tickets kept ready to show when you embark.

A member of our check in staff will assign you to your car lane which will be dependent on the length and size of your vehicle.


When your time comes to embark, you will be brought forward and asked for your boarding cards. The stubs will be torn off and the cards returned to you. Your boarding cards should be kept with you at all times. You will need to show them if asked to do so, and if you wish to make a purchase in the onboard Duty Free shop.

You may notice vehicles that checked in after you are loaded onto the ferry before you. This is because many of our services stop at more than one port, so it is important that vehicles are loaded in a certain sequence. This will ensure disembarkation at each destination port is carried out easily and efficiently. Your bike will be securely lashed to prevent it moving during the crossing and where necessary padding will be used.

Disembarking with a Motorbike

When you return to the car deck on busy sailings you may find that other vehicles have been parked close to your motorbike. If you are unable to access your vehicle safely you may be required to wait for other vehicles nearby to move away. Please take care when moving around the car deck.

Please take care when moving around the car deck.



If you are travelling between the UK and the Channel Islands, then your passport is not needed. But don't forget you'll need a valid passport for travel to and from France.

Passengers travelling to and from St. Malo must ensure that their passport(s) is available for inspection and the correct and valid documentation is being carried. Visas are required by some non EEC nationals.


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