Sark does not have its own airport so travel to the island is by boat, either from the neighbouring islands of Guernsey or Jersey.
By Air Flights to Guernsey and Jersy take as little as 45 minutes from London Gatwick and from as little as 30 minutes from a range of regional airports. These airlines operate flights from the UK to Guernsey and Jersey.
Aurigny Air www.aurigny.com 00 44 (0)1481 822886
Blue Islands www.blueislands.com 00 44 (0)1481 727567
FlyBe www.flybe.com 00 44 (0)1481 237574
By Sea Condor Fast ferries from the UK’s south coast take as little as two and a half hours, and as little as 2 hours from St Malo in France. A traditional ferry operates throughout the year from Portsmouth Manche Iles Express also operates from the Normandie coast in France to Sark via Jersey.
Manche Iles Express www.manche-iles-express.com 00 44 (0)1534 880756
Condor Ferries www.condorferries.co.uk 0845 124 2004
Travelling from Guernsey to Sark The Isle of Sark Shipping Company Ltd. runs a passenger and freight service between Sark and Guernsey throughout the year. The journey takes approximately 55 minutes and this should be taken into consideration when booking connecting flights and ferries. Journey time is approximately 55 minutes.
Sark Shipping Company www.sarkshippingcompany.com 00 44 (0)1481 724059
Sailing to Sark Public yellow buoy moorings for visiting yachtsmen are situated at Havre Gosselin on the west coast of Sark, and at La Gréve de la Ville bay on the east coast. Sark Moorings 07781 106065