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.

Our solution is the launch of a Community Interest Company (CIC) to take over ferry ownership to provide a new cost effective ferry service, which is regulator approved, where residents, businesses and visitors can reap the benefits from cheaper fares and more regular crossings.

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County Press, February 21, 2014 WIGHTLINK is giving customers the chance to vote on proposed timetable changes for Friday evenings. People have been asked to vote on which of two...

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Comment from Anne Marie Whiting

I booked a short break (Monday to Friday) from Portsmouth to fishbourne (Wightlink) which disgustingly cost £117 to start. When trying to change the booking to simply go one day earlier the staff member first quoted me a lesser price than originally paid, then when he realised promptly racked it up to £144. This company should be taken to task and dealt a heavy blow by the government. I refuse to pay these sums and subsequently loose out on visiting close family.