Book your trip to St Malo with confidence. You can easily change your booking for free up to 48 hours before your departure, with only the difference in fare to pay.
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Free amendments - If your plans change, you can easily change your booking for free up to 48 hours before your departure, with only the difference in fare to pay.
More space - We’ve significantly reduced the number of passengers we carry across our fleet so there’s room for everyone to enjoy a space of their own
Social distance - Social distance queuing will be introduced for boarding and for the use of all onboard facilities
Cashless - All onboard purchases will be cashless, for everyone’s protection
Ferry routes to St Malo
If you’re crossing on our routes to France from the UK with Condor Ferries, you’ll be sailing from Poole port to St Malo, changing ship in Guernsey or Jersey. More exciting than an overnight St Malo ferry, you can sail onboard the high-speed Condor Liberation from Poole port and change ship to Condor Rapide, getting you there in at least 6 hours and 30 minutes.
If you’re travelling on our Jersey route, our other fast ferry, Condor Rapide gets you to St Malo in Brittany, France in 1 hour and 20 minutes. From Guernsey, the sailing duration is from 2 hours and 45 minutes. View our route map below for more details.
A historic walled city, fascinating shops and countless restaurants and bars are waiting to be explored in Brittany France, starting with a ferry trip to St Malo.
The ferry to France from Poole begins onboard Condor Liberation and you will need to take a ferry change in Jersey or Guernsey to Condor Rapide. It takes around 6 hours and 30 minutes to sail from Poole to St Malo. Some sailings may include a stopover in Jersey which can be from 4 hours so be sure to plan your journey well in advance to get the sailing times and fares that suit your holiday the most.
And, if your plans change, you can rest easy knowing that you can book with confidence with free amendments. You can easily change your booking for free up to 48 hours before your departure, with only the difference in fare to pay.
Plan your trip
It’s always a good idea to book your ferries to France as soon as you’ve planned your holiday. If you’d like to travel during peak seasons like summer or half term then do try to book early – the further in advance you book, the more likely you are to find a better fare. Consider travelling on a week day instead of a weekend – you might find more options or offers to suit your budget.
Routes to St Malo
|Poole to St Malo||From 6 hours and 30 minutes||Daily||Condor Liberation and Condor Rapide||BOOK|
|Jersey to St Malo||From 1 hour and 20 minutes||Up to twice a day||Condor Rapide||BOOK|
|Guernsey to St Malo||From 2 hours and 45 minutes||Up to 4 times a week||Condor Rapide||BOOK|
Poole to St Malo
- From 6 hours and 30 minutes
- Condor Liberation and Condor Rapide
Jersey to St Malo
- From 1 hour and 20 minutes
- Up to twice a day
- Condor Rapide
Guernsey to St Malo
- From 2 hours and 45 minutes
- Up to 4 times a week
- Condor Rapide
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you need to know more about your ferry to St Malo? We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers to help you plan your journey.
How do you get to St Malo from the UK?
How long does it take to get to St Malo from the UK?
Do you need a passport to travel to St Malo in France?
About St Malo
St Malo is a glorious walled historic French port, in Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany. The port is approximately 14.2 sq miles and has packed in it a wealth of French culture and history. Visitors can choose to walk along the walls and explore the intra-muros, or stroll along the beautiful cobbled streets and discover the wonders that the shops have to offer. Or if you fancy finding out more about the city’s history, you can visit the Cathedral St Vincent, a gorgeous piece of gothic and Romanesque architecture that marks the centre of the city. Take a look at our travel guides and see what else St Malo has to offer.
Whether you’re planning on taking your car to explore France or going on foot, taking the ferry to St Malo is a unique experience with stunning sea views to enjoy on the way to the historic port in the heart of Brittany, France.
Here’s all the details you’ll need on booking, our timetables, which travel documents to take and what to do when travelling with a pet. Looking for things to do while in France? Head over to our St Malo Travel Guides.
Booking the right vehicle
Travelling to St Malo by car? Be sure to check out our Vehicle Size Guide to help you book the right vehicle for your ferry trip.
Our timetables to St Malo
Looking for the perfect sailing time for your trip? Take a look at our timetables where you’ll be able to see our full availability for ferries to St Malo.
Travelling with pets
Looking for information on travelling to St Malo with your dog? Be sure to read our guide on ferry travel with your pet for everything you need to know.
Which travel documents do I need?
Wondering whether you need a passport to travel to St Malo? Have a look at our FAQ for all the information you need on which travel documents you’ll need for your trip.