Wight Scene

This vessel is chartered to provide additional capacity over the festival weekend.

Launched in 1992, Wight Scene is capable of carrying up to 500 passengers.

There are 3 deck levels providing:

  • Ample comfortable seating
  • Outside decks and seating
  • Toilets

Vehicle & Passenger ferry.

Wight Sun is one of three Wight Class ferries in our fleet. Along with Wight Light and Wight Sky, she is one of the newer members – entering service on 25 May 2009.

Facilities onboard

Wight Sun hosts a wide range of facilities including a Wight Taste outlet serving locally-sourced hot and cold food and drinks, lifts, toilets and baby changing facilities, outside sun deck and dog-friendly areas.

Vehicle & Passenger ferry.

Wight Light is one of our three Wight Class ferries. Along with Wight Sun and Wight Sky, she entered service on 25 February 2009, serving our Lymington – Yarmouth route.

Facilities onboard

Wight Light hosts a wide range of facilities including a Wight Taste outlet which serves locally-sourced hot and cold food and drinks, lifts, toilets and baby changing facilities, outside sun deck and dog-friendly areas.

The newest and biggest addition to our fleet, our environmentally-friendly flagship ferry brings in a new, greener era of travel between the Isle of Wight and the mainland. Capable of two-tier boarding, she entered service in 2018 and can carry 178 cars and 1,170 passengers. On board you’ll find:

  • Wight Taste and Costa Coffee outlets serving hot and cold food and drinks
  • Film area
  • Children’s play area
  • Sun deck
  • Pet-friendly area
  • Gambling area
  • Toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities

Vehicle & Passenger ferry.

Facilities onboard

Wight class vessels host a wide range of facilities including a Wight Taste outlet – serving locally-sourced hot and cold food and drinks – lifts, toilets and baby changing facilities, outside sun deck and dog-friendly areas.

Wight Taste

We have a wide variety of hot and cold food and drink options in our Wight Taste outlet.

Outside Sun Deck

Wight Light gives passengers the opportunity to see the sights of the Solent with its outside sun deck, on our most scenic route.

Where is she registered?

The Wight Class ships are registered under the UK flag, in London.

When and where was she built?

Wight Class ships were was built in 2008, Croatia.

How long is she?

Wight Class ships have a length of 62 metres – that’s about half as tall as The Great Pyramid of Giza.

What is her passenger capacity?

Wight Class ships can hold 359 passengers at a time.

What is her vehicle capacity?

Wight Class ships can hold 65 vehicles at a time.

 

Our high-speed FastCats can get you across the Solent in just 22 minutes.

The Wight Ryders have a number of facilities on board including toilets, a dedicated bike storage area, priority seating for passengers who require accessible travel and a sun deck.