The Hythe Ferry sails daily between Hythe and Southampton Town Quay providing a car free, carefree, and fun trip for all ages and the chance to enjoy the sights and sounds of the bustling port of Southampton.
Sailing from the end of Hythe’s historic Pier, one of the ten longest piers in the British Isles, and with the World's Oldest Pier Train (official Guinness World Record), The Ferry trip offers some of the best views of the cruise liners in port as it sails right past the berth of Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth, when at home.
Hythe Ferry also offers a great link to the Isle of Wight in less than an hour.
Hythe Pier, the Hythe Pier Railway and the Hythe Ferry provide a link between the English port city of Southampton and the Hampshire village of Hythe on the west side of Southampton Water.
Car free, carefree and great fun for children, set sail on the Hythe Ferry and enjoy the sights and sounds of the bustling international trading port of Southampton.
The friendly and knowledgeable cycle hire operators will be able to provide you with bikes to meet your needs and advise on the best places to explore on two wheels.
Walking is a wonderful way to see the New Forest National Park close up, with dozens of walk routes that take you into the woods, along the coast, over heathland or by rivers and streams.
Enjoy grandstand views of the National Park and its animals on the open-top New Forest Tour. Explore the Forest in a unique and exciting way. Hop on and off at villages.
Arriving at Hythe Pier, board the World's Oldest Pier Train (official Guinness World Record) and after the short ride of 640 metres (2,100 feet) you will have travelled along one of the ten longest piers in the British Isles.
The Hythe Ferry sails right past the berth of Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth, when at home. Take a trip on the Hythe Ferry, one of the best views of these Great Ships as you sail past them their home berth.