Wightlink provide ferry services to the Isle of Wight. They operate car ferry services from two Island ports, Yarmouth and Fishbourne, as well as a foot passenger services from the end of the pier in Ryde.

Wightlink’s Yarmouth car ferry lands in Lymington. The other two services land in Portsmouth.

The ferry service was bought by Australian-based investment bank, Macquarie, in 2005 for just over £230m.

Wightlink paddlers raise £5,000 for Ryde Inshore Rescue

Wightlink staff paddle across the Solent

As promised, staff from Wightlink rose to the challenge, and paddled their way across the Solent on Saturday.

Monday, 4th August, 2014 4:10pm

By Karen Woods

Wightlink ferry makes ‘light contact with a navigation post’

W-class ferry: Lymington Yarmouth route

Wightlink say a ferry on the Yar-Lym route "experienced a technical problem to its forward propulsion system this morning."

Sunday, 3rd August, 2014 5:30pm

By Simon Perry with 16 readers' comments

Wightlink staff to paddle across the Solent for Ryde Inshore Rescue

Wightlink staff paddle :

Wightlink staff aim to help Ryde Inshore Rescue get back on the water by paddling across the Solent on 2nd August.

Wednesday, 30th July, 2014 9:17am

By Karen Woods

Ferry in Friday’s deck incident back in service as of 6:40am

St Helen back in service 25 July 2014

The St Helen has been out of operation since its deck collapsed on Friday evening, while authorities carried out an investigation. Its return seeks to relieve pressure on holiday traffic.

Friday, 25th July, 2014 8:46am

By Simon Perry with 6 readers' comments

Lord Justice says Lymington River Ass/Wightlink appeal ‘should have been given the death a long time ago’

W-class ferry: Lymington Yarmouth route

Lord Justice Sullivan said, “the claimant’s argument is wholly misconceived, it’s a boot straps argument in that the claimant is trying to pull himself up by his bootstraps."

Monday, 21st July, 2014 4:37pm

By Karen Woods with 7 readers' comments

Here’s what a Wightlink boss said about Friday’s ferry incident and the aftermath (Updated)

John Burrows

Wightlink's Chief Operating Officer was interviewed by BBC Radio Solent's Julian Clegg this morning about Friday's deck collapse - the investigations; how the deck works; safety check; reassuring passengers and an apology. OnTheWight has the full transcript.

Monday, 21st July, 2014 8:53am

By Sally Perry with 15 readers' comments

Isle of Wight ferry deck collapse: HD Photos and Video

Car deck collapse on Wightlink - people and cars coming off - by Shane Thorton

Shane Thornton was on-hand at Fishbourne to shoot these photos and video as the emergency services were at work last night.

Saturday, 19th July, 2014 1:12pm

By Simon Perry with 6 readers' comments

Car deck collapses on ferry (Update 8)

Fishbourne Car ferry - upper deck collapse by Richard Chantler

Dramatic photo shows one side of the ferry car deck collapsed, loaded with cars.

Saturday, 19th July, 2014 12:21am

By Simon Perry with 59 readers' comments

Cuts to Wightlink timetable impacts income and jobs for Harbour

Wightlink at Yarmouth Harbour

The Harbour Commissioner says that in 2013, Wightlink traffic fell for the third year in a row, directly impacting their income and jobs.

Wednesday, 14th May, 2014 1:26pm

By Sally Perry with 7 readers' comments

Charging points for mobile/laptops part of £200k ‘luxurious accommodation’ refurb of Wightlink car ferry

Wightlink May 2014 refirb visualisation - Blu Marine

An onboard Business Centre with charging points and luxurious accommodation planned in refurbishment of ferry on Portsmouth to Fishbourne route. OnTheWight's got the full-sized drawing of what they hope it will look like.

Friday, 2nd May, 2014 12:48pm

By Karen Woods with 47 readers' comments

Wightlink improve Saturday train connections at Lymington

Lymington Pier

Customers suggested Saturday sailings could be changed to improve train connections.

Thursday, 10th April, 2014 9:39am

By Chris Cowley

Lymington to Pompey can be quicker via IW ferry than driving M27 says Gosport MP

IW ferry vs M27 journey

Raised in the House of Commons by Caroline Dinenage MP, OnTheWight looks into this unexpected comparison. Darn the M27 must be slow.

Thursday, 20th March, 2014 12:38pm

By Simon Perry with 7 readers' comments