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Photo ID needed for all Condor Ferries services

From 1st March 2019 all passengers with Condor Ferries must carry valid photo ID for check-in and boarding purposes on domestic routes (i.e. inter-island and between the UK, Guernsey and Jersey). Condor Ferries staff will be checking the name on the photographic ID matches that of the valid boarding card and that the photo represents the person. Passengers with no ID will not be able to travel. The only exception is for children under the age of 16 who can travel on domestic services without photo ID provided the accompanying adult can vouch for their identification.

What is an acceptable form of photo ID for travel on Condor.

• A valid passport (i.e. in date)

• An expired passport (domestic flights only, up to two years after expiry).

• Valid EU/EEA or Swiss national identity card.

• Valid driving licence (full or Provisional are accepted).

• Valid armed forces identity card.

• Valid police warrant card/badge.

• A child on parent' s passport is an acceptable form of ID.

• Citizen Card or Civilian Card, available from

• Valid firearm certificate.

• Valid government-issued identity card.

• NHS SMART card.

• Electoral identity card.

• NUS card (National Union of Students).

• University/college ID card.

• Company ID card of nationally recognised company.

• Local Authority issued bus pass with photo.

• Young Scot card.

• Disabled badges which have a photograph of the holder.

• Certificate of Competency issued by the government (domestic routes only, must be photographic).

VALIDATE UK PASS photographic proof of age cards.

• CPP Guernsey ID card.

• Guernsey 18+ card.

Please note: All photo ID must be legible and undamaged, otherwise you will not be able to travel on Condor Ferries's services.

International Sailings

Passengers due to travel on international sailings to and from St Malo must ensure passports or National Identity Cards are available for inspection. The travel document must be valid (in date). Visas are required by some non-EEC nationals. If you are travelling to or from St Malo, we ask that you complete your advance passenger information (API) at least 24 hours before you travel. You can complete this here.

If you have not supplied your API before you travel, you risk being denied boarding.