The Isle of Wight ferry service needs essential change. That’s why we’re championing a fairer and more flexible ferry service that actually serves the Island community. We’re on a dedicated mission to stop the continuing ferry service cuts and price rises.

We want the Island Community to control to a greater degree the lifeline transport links to and from the mainland and around the Island. Our goal is to keep Island residents up to date on ferry service issues, so that as a community we are better informed on changes that affect us all. Find out more.

Public support is vital to the campaign’s success. You really can help us create change and make a lasting difference for future generations.

Every voice counts so please help spread this campaign. It’s as easy as a few clicks.

Get Involved and help spread the word.

Latest News

Ferry firms said

With the election done and dusted, normal lives resume and our ferry services can be looked at afresh with an experienced MP in Andrew Turner re-elected, a stable central Government...

BFC-vote.jpg

We asked all of the prospective Isle of Wight parliamentary candidates to provide us with a little information on the ways in which they would like to see the Islands...

Number of supporters
0
0
0
2
2
7
7

Featured Supporter Comments

Comment from M Kelly

After spending £51 last Sunday day return, with my wife and I in our small car to visit our grandchildren on the Island, I now travel on the ferry realising that the community must be encouraged now to proceed from words to action. This Monopoly must be put to the test with some form of positive action to bring this situation of the most expensive ferry services to the attention of not just those of us in the South but nationally and encourage those who know injustice to recommend positive action of some sort. Monopoly greed has extended its grip after seeing an official at Yarmouth checking tickets on Sunday measuring the length of vehicles with a wheeled pedometer - I think I have now seen it all!! Perhaps we must now consider in thought, the mixture of action and the way the Law can be our breastplate and motivate residents. the Travel Industry and Local Government officials and MPs on the mainland and the Island to take that further step we all wish to attain. Res Ipsa Loquitur!

Comment from John Poulter

We holiday on the island at least once a year. We love the island but I'm sure that ferry prices do put others off. A trip to France can be cheaper which proves that isle of Wight ferries are the most expensive on the south coast. Islanders must suffer for this particularly businesses. Hotels are struggling or have gone to the wall trying to cut prices to compensate for high ferry fares Shame on you.