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Maximum of 9 passengers allowed on the outward.

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The fares quoted online are valid only for standard vehicles or camping/luggage trailers used for leisure travel reasons and so do not apply to exceptional vehicles, including but not limited to, panel sided vehicles, trailers (other than those listed on our Taking your trailer page) and any other vehicles designed for the carriage of goods, regardless of whether you are booking for commercial or leisure reasons.

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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!

  • Health and Safety

  • What are your safety procedures?

    Condor Ferries operate to the highest safety standards, as set down by the International Maritime Organisation and monitored by the regulatory authorities for all our ports. We advise all passengers to be aware of the onboard Assembly Stations and to listen carefully to all announcements made by the crew. For your own safety and security some restrictions apply to the carriage of dangerous goods on our ships. Please see our Conditions of Carriage for more detailed information.

  • Travelling with a vehicle

  • Why do customers with vehicles have to check in no later than an hour before departure?

    Because many of our services call at more than one port, it is important that we have checked-in all vehicles booked to travel into the pre-boarding lanes before we commence embarkation. Late arrivals heading for certain destinations can disrupt the vehicle loading sequence of the ship which in turn may delay the departure. Once all booked passengers are checked in and have boarded, check in will close and the sailing will depart, and on occasions up to 20 minutes earlier than the scheduled departure time. If passengers have not checked-in for the scheduled departure, check-in will close one hour prior to departure for those travelling in a Car and 40 minutes for those travelling on foot. Passengers who miss the check-in cut off will be transferred to the next available sailing, subject to availability and in line with Condor Ferries' Terms and Conditions.

  • Is there car parking near to the terminal at the UK Ports?

    Poole: There is a pay on return car park opposite the terminal. You can pay with cash and card.

    Portsmouth: Car parking is available near the terminal

    More information on our terminals and the parking available can be found in our destination guides.

  • Why don't the cars get boarded in the order that they check-in?

    Many of our services call at more than one port; therefore it is vital that we load the cars in a certain sequence to ensure that the disembarkation and embarkation at each subsequent port of call is as efficient as possible. The last thing we want to have to do is to ask any customer to return to the car deck to move his/her vehicle so that another customer can alight.

  • I want to use a satnav to reach the ferry port, what is the postcode?

    If you are reaching our ports by Satnav, the postcodes for the ports are as follows:

    Poole: BH15 4AJ

    Portsmouth: PO2 8SP

    Jersey: JE2 3NW

    Guernsey: GY1 2LL

    St Malo: 35400

    For directions to the ferry ports please see our destination guides.

  • Can I book caravans and motorhomes online?

    Taking your caravan to Jersey

    Condor Ferries can book your caravan travel direct to Jersey, and upon doing so will advise you that an entry permit is required. Please contact States of Jersey Tourism 01534 448800 or make your reservations through one of the following campsites and they will supply you with an entry permit. Beuvelandes, Rozel Camping Park and Daisy Cottage.

    Taking your Caravan to Guernsey

    At present, Motorhomes travelling from the UK or France will need to plan ahead when going to Guernsey. Motorhome owners will need to pre-arrange a permit which can be acquired and organised by campsites on the Island. Unfortunately, Condor Ferries is unable to provide you with a permit, however if you get in touch with one of the Guernsey Campsites listed below they will be able to supply you with an entry permit. Please contact La Bailloterie Camping, Vaugrat Campsite or Fauxguet Valley Campsite and they will supply you with an entry permit.

    Taking your Caravan to France

    At present, caravans and motorhomes are not permitted on our fast ferry connecting services from the UK to St Malo and vice versa.

  • Travelling with Pets

  • Can I travel with my pets?

    We do allow pets to travel but they must comply with the PET Travel Scheme.

    There is more information about travelling with your dog, cat and other domestic animals in our Help & Advice section.

  • Travelling as a Foot Passenger

  • Can I book a bicycle online? Is there any additional charge?

    There is not normally a charge for checking in a bicycle providing you supply details when you book. Numbers of bicycles per crossing are strictly limited and if you arrive with a bicycle without a booking you may be asked to leave your bike behind. You can book your bicycle online, over the phone or at the port. For more information please see our ‘Help & Advice Section here.

  • As a foot passenger, when do I have to check in?

    When travelling on foot, you will need to check in no later than 40 minutes before the scheduled departure time shown on your booking confirmation. . This is to ensure everybody can check in and board and the ship can sail on time. By printing your e-boarding card at home, there’s now no need to check in at our ticket offices, you can board at the security gates making the process quicker and more efficient. Nonetheless please respect the check in times shown on your booking confirmation.

    Once all booked passengers are checked in and have boarded, check in will close and the ship can depart up to 20 minutes earlier than the scheduled departure time. Check-in will close 40 minutes prior to departure for foot passengers, and one hour prior to departure for those travelling in a Car. Passengers who miss the check-in cut off will not be entitled to a refund but may be able to book on the next available sailing, subject to availability and after paying the relevant fare in full.

  • I have some luggage as a foot passenger, is there anywhere I can store this?

    Personal luggage used for social, domestic or private purposes may be carried by foot passengers free of charge. Only Luggage that may reasonably be described as hand baggage and that is less than 25kg may be carried by day trip Passengers and shall be carried at the sole discretion of the Company.

    All single items of portable Luggage larger than a handbag/small backpack (e.g. rucksacks, suitcases - hold luggage) should be checked in and bags checked in should be no more than 25kg per bag. All personal accompanied luggage will be weighed at Check in, and anything weighing more than 20 kilograms should be labelled as heavy and anything over 25kg will be charged an excess baggage fee of £30 per item.

    Bags must fit within the following dimensions, to be placed in the hold: H56cm x W45cm x D25cm

    For more details please see our Terms and Conditions

  • Group Travel

  • I am part of a large group. Can we make a group booking? Is there a discount?

    We offer discounts for groups of 10 or more passengers. This is typically 10% off the normal travel cost and does not apply to seat or cabin upgrades. For more information visit the Travelling as a Group section and send us the completed form to claim your group discount. Please ask for a copy of our Youth Policy if travelling with children and young people.

  • Unaccompanied children

  • Do you allow unaccompanied children to travel?

    Condor Ferries do not accept unaccompanied minors under the age of 16 years for travel on any of its services. Minors aged 16 or 17 may travel unaccompanied on the basis that their parent or guardian provide their written consent for the minor to travel at the time of booking. They should also be aware that there is no specific service provided, and that their parent/guardian deems the minor capable of independent travel. French residents seeking travel will require written approval as required under French Law. A 16 – 18-year-old may accompany up to two others below the age of 16, on the same basis and at the absolute discretion of Condor Ferries as to the safety of same. No persons under the age of 18 will be accepted for travel on overnight services such as those provided on Commodore Clipper unless accompanied by an adult 18 and over. Groups of 16 & 17-year-olds will not be accepted without an accompanying adult (1 adult to every 10 young people).

  • Wi-Fi

  • How do I log in and use the onboard Wifi?

    What equipment do I need to access the Wi-Fi network?
    Any Wi-Fi enabled device such as a smart phone, laptop or tablet.

    How do I access the Wi-Fi network?
    Switch on your device and open 'Settings'

    Use 'Wi-Fi' to select the network Condor_WiFi_Public
    Open the internet browser and you will be redirected to the internet access portal; if not then type the following url into your browser http://login
    A login/register screen will appear. Follow the instructions and enter your Wi-Fi activation and agree to the terms and conditions to continue

    Do I have to register?
    Yes.

    Can I roam on the Condor Public Wi-Fi network?
    Yes. Roaming is available on wireless network only on the main deck.

    Can I send and receive large files?
    We recommend that you limit emails and attachments as Satellite Internet connection is slower than cable broadband.

  • How do I access the Wi-Fi network?
    1. Switch on your device and open 'Settings'
    2. Use 'Wi-Fi' to select the network Condor_WiFi_Public
    3. Open the internet browser and you will be redirected to the internet access portal; if not then type the following url into your browser http://login
    4. A login/register screen will appear. Follow the instructions and enter your Wi-Fi activation and agree to the terms and conditions to continue
  • Do I have to register?

    Yes.

  • Can I roam on the Condor Public Wi-Fi network?

    Yes. Roaming is available on wireless network only on the main deck.

  • What equipment do I need to access the Wi-Fi network?

    Any Wi-Fi enabled device such as a smart phone, laptop or tablet.

  • Can I use Wi-Fi in my cabin on the Clipper?

    We advise that Wi-Fi should be used in the public areas of the ship – Bar, Brasserie, Club and Quiet Lounges. Unfortunately there is no guarantee that Wi-Fi will work in passenger cabins due to the number of walls/bulkheads.

  • Can I use my voucher on all Condor vessels that have Wi-Fi?

    Unfortunately not. The vouchers are vessel specific and currently not transferable. However we are actively investigating to see if this can be changed.

  • When do my free minutes start and end?

    Your free access is available every calendar day. It starts the moment you are shown the ‘You’re connected’ page. Logging out of the service or loss of service during the sailing will allow re-login.

  • Why would I want to pay?

    If you’re using a paid subscription you will have faster connection as the Free Wi-Fi option has limited bandwidth and a restriction of 10MB data and 30 minutes’ time.

  • How much does paid-for Wi-Fi cost?

    You can buy Wi-Fi data in blocks which last for 24 hours. In every case, the clock starts from acceptance of the activation code on the internet access web page.

    100MB £4.99
    200MB £9.99
    500MB £19.99
  • How do I pay for Wi-Fi use?

    You can pay using your credit card or cash at the Information Desk.

  • Can I get a receipt for my payment?

    Yes, we can supply you with a payment receipt at the time of purchase.

  • I'm having trouble connecting. Where can I get help?

    If you can’t connect, you may need to change the settings within your browser or you’re running other programs that aren’t optimized for our system. Assistance can be provided by onboard Crew subject to availability.

  • I'm new to Wi-Fi. Can anyone help?

    Yes. Assistance can be provided by onboard Crew subject to their availability, they’ll help you get started.

  • I don't have Wi-Fi. Is there any other way to get onto the internet?

    No, as we do not provide portal devices (tablets) onboard.

  • Most computers have a built-in switch that lets you disable the wireless adapter’s radio.

    Make sure this switch is 'on'. Also check if the portal devices are not in 'airplane mode'.

  • My device says that Condor_Wi-Fi_Public is an unsecured network. Is this normal?

    Yes. Please click 'continue'.

  • How fast is the Wi-Fi network?

    The speed you get depends on the number of users and how heavily they’re using the service. If you’re using our free service, then you can expect up to 1Mb/s. Paid users will receive speeds up to 20Mb/s.

  • What do you do with my personal data?

    We require this information for authentication and prevention of fraud.

  • Is Condor's Wi-Fi 'family friendly'?

    Yes. The Wi-Fi service uses third-party filtering software. This means that it will automatically block access to certain types of websites and content which is deemed as inappropriate.

  • How secure is Condor's Wi-Fi?

    No public network is fool proof. Ensure you do your best to protect yourself and your device:

    • Install robust anti-virus software and a personal firewall on your device. Keep anti-virus software up to date
    • Protect your device with a password
    • Never leave your device unattended; if necessary, lock it
    • Make sure that a website is secure before you input financial details. Check for the padlock icon on your browser
    • If you’re connecting to your own corporate network, use a secure VPN (virtual private network)
  • Can I contact someone about the quality of service?

    Please contact wifisupport@condorferries.co.uk with details.

  • Can I use my Wi-Fi voucher in the passenger terminal?

    Unfortunately not as any wifi vouchers purchased ashore are for use only on the specific vessel for which it was purchased. However we do provide free internet in most of our ports for customers to use whilst waiting in the passenger terminals.

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