Anyone feeling brave enough to book this...? Some booking sites are offering fares via the Ryde <> Southsea Hovercraft (operated by Hovertravel) on tickets that are not specifically routed via Hovertravel, eg. geographically fares routed "via Barnham", "not via London", "Any Permitted" etc. I have attached an example of a search for a journey from Ryde Esplanade to Redhill, but many other examples exist. The fare offered is routed "via Barnham" in this case. I'm interested in hearing from retailers, data providers, and other experts regarding their thoughts on why some booking sites are not applying negative easement "300326 (published by TOC SW) Journeys via Ryde Hoverport must be routed HOVER TRAVEL"? I'm also interested in hearing from anyone who is knowledgeable in consumer and contract law: can Hovertravel charge a customer, or should they bill the retailer? If a customer is charged, are they entitled to be refunded by the retailer, or some other party? Could GTR be liable? The fares should be routed via Whitelink or Hovertravel. They should not be setting unusable fares! SWR route their fares appropriately, so GTR should be doing the same. The root cause could be considered to be GTR's data error, and the secondary cause could be considered to be the retailers not applying the negative easement? If anyone (who has relevant knowledge or experience) has any thoughts on how the liability of each party would be determined I would be interested to hear their thoughts. Also if anyone does try to use it, I'd be interested to hear what happens!