2022/03/01 – Sandbanks Ferry announces Toll charges from 01 April 2022 to 31 March 2023

Following the approval of incremental increases to the maximum tolls chargeable (MTC) level last year, bythe Department for Transport, the Sandbanks Ferry Company has confirmed toll charges for theforthcoming year.Jason du Toit, Managing Director of the Sandbanks Ferry Company, said: “We are pleased to limit many ofthe increases to a level lower than the MTC …

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2022/02/16 – Sandbanks Ferry Announces End To Paper Ticket Sales For Vehicles

The Sandbanks ferry company has announced that the sale of paper books of tickets for cars, vans, lorries,buses & coaches will come to an end on 31 March 2022, while stocks last. Tickets will continue to be sold from the toll booths and the office until then. Jason du Toit, Managing Director of the Sandbanks …

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2022/02/02 – Sandbanks Ferry Passengers Dig deep for the RNLI

Sandbanks Ferry passengers dug deep at Christmas to raise over £1,140 for the RNLI, who help keep us allsafe on the water all year round. Employees of the Ferry Company nominated the RNLI as their charity partner. To kick-start thepartnership, the Sandbanks Ferry Company offered free travel to all passengers on Christmas Day,following the success …

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2021/12/22 Sandbanks Ferry Announces new charity partner for 2022

The Sandbanks Ferry Company is partnering with the RNLI for Christmas 2021 and moving forward to help raise much needed funds and awareness of the charity among Ferry passengers and staff. The Ferry Company will provide the RNLI with free on-board advertising space and the charity will also collect donations during key weeks of the …

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2021/11/30 – Covid Travel restrictions for foot Passengers and Cyclists.

In line with Government guidance for public transport it is now mandatory for all foot passengers and cyclists to wear a face mask to board, and whilst travelling on the Ferry unless exempt. Vehicle occupants are reminded they must stay in their vehicle whilst on the Ferry. Thank you for helping to keep our staff, …

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2021/11/16 – Sandbanks Ferry announces appointment of new Managing Director

The Bournemouth-Swanage Motor Road and Ferry Company, known as (and which operates) theSandbanks Ferry, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason du Toit as Managing Director.Jason has been with the company since September 2020 and following this promotion, last month, he willcontinue to oversee the day to day running of the business, whilst taking …

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2021/02/24 Sandbanks Ferry announces timetable for return to normal service hours

The Sandbanks Ferry Company has today announced a timetable for the resumption of full-service hours following the Government announcement on 22nd February of a roadmap towards the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. From Monday 1st March to Wednesday 31st March, the ferry will operate from 7.00am from Sandbanks until the later time of 9.00pm for the …

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