Condor Ferries


Condor Ferries was founded in 1964 and initially operated a passenger service between France and the Channel Islands. In 1987 the first service linking the Channel Islands with the UK was launched and since then Condor Ferries has operated a year-round service connecting the UK, Guernsey and Jersey and the ports of St Malo and Cherbourg in France.

In March 2015, Condor Ferries introduced a new addition to its fleet - Condor Liberation. The state of-the-art high speed 102 metre trimaran ferry is the first of her kind in Northern Europe, and marks £50m of investment in the Islands. Condor Liberation serves Guernsey and Jersey from its UK base of Poole.

Condor Ferries also operates Condor Rapide fast cat ferry, serving the Guernsey to France route. In 1999 Commodore Clipper, a conventional car, passenger and freight carrying vessel was introduced to the fleet to offer an all weather, year round service. Each year Condor Ferries carries more than 1 million passengers and 200,000 passenger vehicles.

Condor Ferries also operates Commodore Goodwill, as a freight only vessel. The Condor Ferries fleet carries 100,000 freight vehicles into the Channel Islands each year as well as exporting tonnes of local produce.

Condor Ferries is an active member of the communities within which it operates and supports numerous organisations, sports and charities through sponsorship and travel.

Condor Freight

Condor Ferries offers a comprehensive conventional and fast ferry freight service between the UK, Channel Islands and the French port of St. Malo. Quite apart from providing a vital supply link for all kinds of fresh and frozen produce, this essential service is also ideally suited for virtually any traffic that can be driven or towed on board.