How to get to Sark

Part of the adventure of getting to Sark is the boat trip. Sark is only accessible by sea, so travel to the island is by boat, from either of the neighboring islands, Guernsey or Jersey.

Traveling from Guernsey to Sark.

The Isle of Sark Shipping Company runs a passenger and freight service between Sark and Guernsey throughout the year. The journey takes approximately 50 minutes and this should be taken into consideration when booking connecting flights and ferries.

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By Air

Flights to Guernsey and Jersey take as little as 45 minutes from London Gatwick and from as little as 50 minutes from a range of regional airports.

These airlines operate flights from the UK to Guernsey and Jersey.

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By Sea

Condor Fast ferries from the UK south coast take as little as 2.5 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.



Private Boat Charter

Te Aroha Guernsey registered Sark-based passenger charter launch. Fully licensed and insured for passenger transport in Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, Sark and Herm - all Channel Islands and the U.K. Contact Ray – tel: 07781 149696 - email:

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Sailing to Sark

Sark's Visitor Moorings are the yellow buoys in Greve de la Ville and Havre Gosselin. Sark visitor moorings are available to visiting boats, with a fee of £15 per day which should be dropped off at the Sark Visitor Centre with the name of your boat. Visitors use the moorings at their own risk and neither the Sark Authorities nor those who maintain the moorings can accept any liability.

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