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Isle of Wight Ferry

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Benelux PCGB Member
2023/03/29 12:05:23 (permalink)

Isle of Wight Ferry

Thinking of visiting the Isle of Wight. Anyone know are there any problems on and off the ferry in 991.2 Carrera S, I don't have nose lift. Can it go on the mezzanine level via the ramps or do i need to make sure I get on the main deck.
Thanks in advance for any first hand experience advise.
post edited by Benelux - 2023/03/29 15:29:36

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Re: Isle of Wight Ferry 2023/05/28 08:04:42 (permalink)
Both Red Funnel and Wightlink have an updated process woth a ramp, granted the ramp is straight at Portmouth. I’d ask to use that and you’ll have no problems. Going on the lower deck may cause issues but they have a ramp the moves with the tide and ship height. 
do not use the chain ferry in Cowes!
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Re: Isle of Wight Ferry 2023/05/31 09:01:47 (permalink)
We go over regularly to fishbourne with both ferries and no problem 
yet 😂🙏

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