Provisional ferry crossings are now available for next year’s Isle of Man TT. And you can book a spot NOW.
With the cancellation of this year’s Isle of Man TT as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, all eyes are now on 2021. If you want to watch one of the most spectacular race events in the world, you can lay down a deposit and book a provisional ferry crossing right now.
To hold you spot for next year’s TT, you’ll have to outlay a deposit of £60/€72 if you’d like to take a bike (or any vehicle for that matter) – but if you want to travel on foot, it’ll set you back £15/€18. It’s worth noting that the deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable – and then you’ll be notified of the full price of your fare by the end of January 2021.
For more information on how to book your provisional crossing – click HERE.
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