ISLE of Wight Festival promoter John Giddings has sounded an optimistic note for tomorrow's big getaway from the Seaclose site.
Mr Giddings said he had hired more than 130 4x4 vehicles to tow cars out one by one.
He told the County Press: "I'm truly sorry about the problems on Thursday and we are doing everything we can to look after everyone today and tomorrow.
"Please do not worry. Please bear with us. I promise no-one will miss their ferry."
There was a further positive note on the Facebook page of the festival.
Their posting this morning read: "Thank you for coming!
"We know it has been hard for you with the weather....
"...Thursday was difficult for us with the car parks turning into mud very quickly even with our preparations in the run up to the festival.
"There is a plan of action in place today and tomorrow for you to get your car out and on your way. We have a fleet of 4x4's and tractors tomake it easier for you and stewards will give you directions as youleave the campsite.
"It has been an incredible weekend of music and I hope you have enjoyed it.
"See you again next year."
For more details on travel plans for leaving the festival please click here.