Adults (12+)
Children (2-11)
Infants (under 2)
Why not take a day trip to Alderney. The Little Ferry Company are offering a daily service throughout the Summer.


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The Summer 2021 programme will operate twice daily between Guernsey and Alderney from the last week of May until the end of September

Day Trips to Alderney

There is no place in the world like Alderney. It’s a friendly island with an easy pace of life, where children can still roam free. With a population of just over 2000 locals over just 3 square miles, Alderney is the third largest Channel Island,

Whether you are discovering Alderney for the first time or returning to this island paradise, Alderney has something to offer for everyone.

The Guernsey to Alderney boat departs from Saint Peter Port on the East coast of Guernsey, and arrives at Braye Harbour on the North coast of Alderney.

Ferries depart from Guernsey at 09.00 and depart Alderney at 16.00 giving you plenty of time to explore the third largest and most northerly of the Channel Islands.

The trip is 1 hour in duration. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before departure.

Each sailing can carry up to 12 passengers and bookings can be made online up to 30 minutes before the boat leaves.

Alderney Ferry Services

Telephone: +44 (0) 7781 119 796


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