Poole ferry port lies centrally on the South Coast of England and is therefore easy to reach from London, the Midlands and the West Country.
GET IN TOUCH
New Harbour Road, Dorset, PooleBH15 4AJUnited Kingdom
Due to our new health & safety measures, passengers must check-in at least 90 minutes before departure.
Poole is linked by the A31 to the M27, and from there to the M3 and London. Head south on the A350 from Bristol, and east on the A35 from Exeter. Once in town, head into the town centre and then follow signs for the port.
Poole railway station is about a 30-35 minute walk away from the ferry terminal.
Please contact your local coach station or National Express for schedules and information.
It is approximately 30 minutes walk to the ferry terminal from the town centre.
Poole port facilities
Shuttle bus for foot passengers
Snack bar/shop in vehicle check-in lanes (daily from 06:00)
Café (daily from 06:00)
Single-storey wheelchair-accessible building
Adapted minibus for disabled foot passengers
Disabled toilets in terminal and vehicle check-in lanes
Wheelchairs available in case of emergency
Baby change area
Dogs on a lead are allowed in the port area but not inside the terminal building
TRAVELLING WITH DOGS
Once past the security check point, dogs cannot leave your vehicle.
The nearest parks outside of the port are Poole Park (8 minutes drive/38 minute walk) and Hamworthy Park (3 minutes drive/19 minutes walk).
You cannot leave your caravan in the port car park.
For early morning sailings and late-night arrivals, you can park your caravan or motorhome overnight in the vehicle check-in lanes for £10. Your vehicle is parked at your own risk and should not be left unattended. No port facilities are open overnight.
Please call PHC on 01202 440220 for car parking assistance.