The floating bridge runs a service seven days a week, all year round.
The crossing only takes a few minutes; so just turn up and you will never have to wait for long. See timetable below.
Operating to timetable without disruptions.
Operating to timetable with some disruptions.
Running to timetable
This map is based on the vessels Automatic Identification System (AIS) and is an automatic tracking system used on ships. AIS transceivers automatically broadcast information, such as their position, speed, and navigational status, at regular intervals via a VHF transmitter built into the transceiver. The signals are received by AIS transceivers fitted on other ships or on land based systems, such as VTS systems.
Please check below for scheduled timetable changes.
Monday to Saturday
SCHEDULED TIMETABLE CHANGES
Due to maintenance and events, we sometimes have to stop or extend our service. Please see below a list of scheduled changes to our normal timetable.
The Floating Bridge will be out of service on Thursday 21 March from 12 noon to 5pm to enable Wight Shipyard to undertake trials to inform further improvements to the operation of the vessel. The trials will focus on maintaining a minimum depth water over the vessel’s chains at all states of the tide. A replacement foot passenger launch will be in operation during this period.