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Your return date must be after your departure date.

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Maximum of 9 passengers allowed on the outward.

Please select at least one adult to travel.

Max Length 5m
Max length of car + towed vehicle 10m
Max length of motorhome 7m
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If you are travelling on business or in a commercial vehicle please click here for Condor Ferries Freight.

Please note that any person or vehicle travelling for business or commercial venture, carrying commercial goods/samples will need to book via our freight teams and do not qualify for leisure fares. In addition, if the vehicle being taken is designed for the carriage of commercial goods it shall be reserved as freight regardless of its dimensions. For more information please call our Contact Centre on 0345 609 1024.

You must obtain a permit for a Motorhome or Caravan prior to your arrival in Jersey. More info>

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Frequently AskedQuestions

Our customer support team have used their knowledge to put together a list of answers to your most frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered below, then please get in touch!

  • Disabled Facilities

  • Where can I find facility and access information for disabled and mobility reduced passengers?

    For more information on the facilities available and access information for disabled and mobility reduced passengers please visit here.

  • I may need Special Assistance onboard. Can you help?

    For passengers who have reduced mobility or a disability information for special assistance can be found here. If you have any other enquiries or special requirements then please contact our reservations team on 0345 609 1024.

  • Onboard Condor Ferries

  • What am I prohibited to take onboard?

    Dangerous goods specified within the IMDG (International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code) or specified in any local laws or Condor Ferries' regulations may not be carried without prior written agreement of the company.

    These include inflammables (e.g. fuel), firearms, ammunition, explosives, gases (including camping gas), flares or fireworks. Passengers intending to travel with any of these items MUST declare them in advance of travel, and at check-in. Failure to do so may result in refusal to travel or penalty by the local authorities (fines or imprisonment). Items approved for carriage by the company will be placed in our care during the voyage and returned upon arrival.

  • Is there duty free available? Is there a limit?

    The onboard shop has a selection of duty free items including alcohol and spirits, cigarettes, confectionery, toys and games and fragrances. There are limits on what you are allowed to take which can be viewed here. These limits will also be shown on the back of your boarding card.

  • Who can buy Duty Free goods onboard Condor Ferries?

    If you are travelling on a Condor Ferries service which calls at one of the Channel Islands (regardless of your final destination) and are over the age of 17 you will be entitled to use your personal allowance to buy items for personal use without paying UK tax or Duty. This is because the Channel Islands are outside of the EU. Please bear in mind that local legislation at your port of arrival may differ regarding the permissible ages to purchase or consume alcohol or tobacco products.

  • What is Challenge 25 and what products does it apply to?

    Challenge 25 is a policy used by many retailers who sell alcohol and tobacco products. If you are fortunate enough to look under the age of 25 you will be asked to provide photographic ID with a suitable proof of age when buying these products. This ID could include a driving licence, passport, identity card, proof of age card, student card.

  • Can I take my shotgun, rifle or weapon with me?

    You may only carry equipment such as firearms or other items which could be used as offensive weapons provided you are fully licensed and can fulfil all legal requirements. This ruling only applies if you are carrying the weapon(s) in a vehicle. Foot passengers are prohibited from transporting weapons or ammunition either on foot, or in the hold. It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet all of the legal requirements for the possession and transport of any firearms or ammunition.

    Please ensure that you check all of the legalities referring to the transportation of arms/ammunition because the laws in France, Jersey & Guernsey differ to those in the UK. This includes but is not limited to Firearms and/or Ammunition, Swords, Knives or Blades (including Chef’s Knives).

    You can take ammunition, but this must be kept to a maximum of 1000 rounds of ammunition (which MUST be less than 0.5 “(12.7mm) calibre) and stored in separate locked carrying cases within the vehicle. Foot passengers are not allowed to travel with any weapon(s) or ammunition.

    You must declare this at the time of booking by phoning our contact centre or local port at least 24 hours before you intend to travel. Once you have informed us of all the details, we must pass the information onto the authorities at the ports to avoid any problems for you when you travel.

    All vehicles are subject to searching at both ports and this will avoid any misunderstanding. However, you should still advise the check in operator that you are carrying such. The weapons(s) must remain inside the vehicle. Any weapon must also be obscured from view or under a cover. 

    Even if your gun is only for display, the requirements are exactly the same.

  • Is there a bureau de change available onboard?

    There is a Bureau de Change onboard Condor Rapide - the ship that usually operates between the Channel Islands and France.

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