All Condor passengers are being reminded to carry photographic identification (ID) for travel from this Friday.
The company is introducing compulsory ID on inter-island sailings and to Poole and Portsmouth with effect from 1 March 2019, which follows a soft launch in February. The change is a desire to adopt best practice and fall into line with international standards as mandatory ID will become a regulatory requirement at the end of 2019.
This new arrangement will apply to all Condor customers travelling between Guernsey, Jersey, Poole and Portsmouth who will be required to present photo ID as a foot passenger or with their vehicle. Acceptable forms include a valid or recently expired passport, driving licence or national identity card. Children under the age of 16 can travel without photo ID on domestic services provided the accompanying adult can vouch for their identification.
The change will be enforced for all passengers and more details on acceptable forms of ID can be found at: