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The Mudeford Ferry will resume its service starting 10am on the 1st April and it is not an April fools joke.
The Mudeford Ferry is running a service, please see the ferry times page.
The only trips we are running is to see the Cruise Ships in Poole bay. The trips are mentioned by the BBC News. The ferry service takes priority so trips to the cruise ships will be scheduled when the opportunity arises.
BBC News – Coronavirus: How ghost cruise ships became a summer tourist attraction
All other trips “Now On Hold for this year. There are also no RIB rides for 2020.
The Mudeford Ferry operates between Mudeford Quay and the Beach at Mudeford Sandbank approximately every 15 minutes during British Summer Time, which is from Easter to late October, weather permitting. Please note we are CASH Only
We will also operate at Weekends and School Hoildays in the Winter months provided there is a favourable forecast, the sun is shining and the wind strength is reasonable.
Watch our video with sound featuring one of our skippers Ferry video
Check our facebook page or telephone 07968 334441 for up to date information.
We are not Christchurch Ferry but you can phone them on 01202 429 119.
The Mudeford Ferry is based at Mudeford, Christchurch, Dorset on the south coast of the UK. London 100 miles, 25 miles west of Southampton and 5 miles east of Bournemouth, postcode BH23 4AB.
Mudeford Sandbank and Beach is the relatively unspoilt strip of land adjoining Hengistbury Head. On one side is the sea and on the other Christchurch Harbour. Picturesque beach huts bask in the sun, flanked by unspoilt beach. Choose to sit and watch the yachts in the harbour, the waves gently rolling in from the sea or visit the site of the ancient ironworks on Hengisbury Head.
From Mudeford Sandbank you can travel up the river using the vintage boats operated by Bournemouth Boating Services to Christchurch Quay for Christchurch Town Centre, to Wick for Captains Club Hotel and onwards to Tuckton for Tuckton Tea Gardens.
There is a Land Train that connects the Mudeford Ferry with Southbourne and ultimately Boscombe and Bournemouth. There is a Car Park at the Southbourne end of the Land Train. Some people make a round trip starting at Mudeford Quay and taking the ferry to the Sandbank, walk or use the Land Train to Wick, Wick Ferry to Christchurch and then bus or walk to Mudeford. Use the Google Map for directions.
Hengistbury Head Visitors centre was opened in 2015 and is well worth a visit. Ask the Skipper for details
The cost of a single one way fare on the Mudeford Ferry (from Mudeford Quay to Mudeford Sandbank) is £2.00 and £1.00 for children. Dogs, cats and parrots FREE. Excess baggage, sailboards and kitchen sinks, £1.00
We welcome bicycles. Adult bicycle £1.50 Child bicycle 50p.
CASH ONLY – Cash back is available from the Beach House when you spend £5 or more and from “Central” Post Office next to Sandpiper Pub.
Ferry times are approximate only.
Please check the “actual“ ferry times on the signs on Mudeford Quay and on the Sandbank pontoon.
On rare occasions Ferry Times may change without notice.
Times may be adjusted in inclement weather.
If conditions deteriorate we may stop running.
In extreme weather conditions we will endeavour to run ONE BOAT ONLY at the scheduled start time and then cease operating.
If conditions are doubtful or you require an early or late ferry, phone direct on 07968 334441