Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic the Higher Ferry will no longer be accepting Cash or Cheques. Contactless and Concession/Fleet cards will be accepted, Concession Cards can be topped up via the ferry’s website.

From 7th April, and for the remainder of the corona virus lock down, we shall closing the ferry at 9pm, with last ferry being 8:55 pm from Kingswear and 9:00 pm from Dartmouth.

In addition, each day the ferry will temporarily close for two 20 minute crew breaks,  these breaks will at 11 AM and 7 PM.

Dartmouth – Kingswear

Part of the A379 between Plymouth and Torbay
Saves 25 miles or 50 minutes on a round trip
Shuttle Service – 3 Minute Crossing
7 Days a week – All year round

Service running to normal timetable

Ticket Prices

3 Ways to pay
1: Onboard: Full Price
2: Mobile: Save 10%
3: Online Concession: Save 75% +

Ferry Timetable

7 days a week
365 days a year
Mon – Sat: 6:30 am – 10:50 pm
Sun: 8:00 am – 10:50 pm

Area Map

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> Local attractions, beaches and walks
> The best cafes, bars and restaurants
> Download or print

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COVID-19:

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic the Higher Ferry will no longer be accepting Cash or Cheques.
Contactless and Concession/Fleet cards will be accepted, Concession Cards can be topped up via the ferry’s website @BBCTravelSW @DartMarina @DevonLiveNews #devonhour #clapforNHS

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Notice:
As we are sure you are all aware tomorrow 8th of May is VE Day and public holiday, this means the first ferry will not be until 08:00 from Dartmouth @BBCTravelSW @DevonLiveNews #VEDay75 #dartmouth

COVID-19:

From Tuesday 7th April, and for the remainder of the corona virus lock down, we shall be closing the ferry at 9pm, with last ferry being 8:55 pm from Kingswear and 9:00 pm from Dartmouth. @BBCTravelSW @DartMarina @DevonLiveNews @DartHarbour

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