Getting here


Travel to the Island (if not using an oar)

Various ferry options are provided by Wightlink (Portsmouth to Fishbourne and Ryde, Lymington to Yarmouth) and Red Funnel (Southampton to East Cowes - vehicles, and Southampton to West Cowes - high speed foot-passenger service) who both offer a mixture of car transport and foot passenger vessels and Hovertravel runs a foot-passenger service between Southsea and Ryde. 

Another option is boat hire.  There are a number of companies on the Island who charter boats including collection from the mainland, several of which are linked to below (but this is by no means an exhaustive list!): 

Bembridge Marine Ltd
Rebel Marine 
Bembridge Powerboat Training
 

Directions by road to the Duver Marina, The Duver, St Helens, IoW PO33 1YB

From the west, go through the village of St Helens on Upper Green Road - past St Helens Green on your right. The road becomes Eddington Road and as it bends to the left there's a right turn into Duver Road.    

From the direction of Ryde, Eddington Road takes you past Nodes Point Holiday Park (left) - at the bottom of the hill turn sharp left into Duver Road. The road bends to the right to take you across The Duver (if you go straight on at the bottom of the hill it will take you to St Helens Beach).


Parking

There is limited parking available at the Duver Marina.  Alternative parking is at a National Trust Car Park (PO33 1XY) on the left as you drive across the Duver - their standard charges apply ((NT members free): £2 up to 1 hour, £4.00 for 1-4 hours, £8 for 4 hours).   Parking is not permitted on the Duver Road itself, or on the grass.  Alternative parking can be found adjacent to St Helens Beach (Council charges apply).

 

 

 

 






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