Limited Ferry Service To Resume On Monday

May 8, 2020

Starting Monday, May 11th, the ferry service “will resume under a reduced operating schedule with limited passenger capacity.”

A government spokesperson said, “The Department of Marine and Ports Services advises the public that starting Monday, 11 May, the ferry service will resume under a reduced operating schedule with limited passenger capacity.

“In an effort to provide adequate physical distancing when travelling on public ferries, alternate seating arrangements are necessary. As a result, the available seating will be limited to 25% of normal capacity when services resume with no standing allowed.

“This will generally amount to a maximum of 50 passengers. When boarding, a ferry boat crew member will provide hand sanitizer and announce when the seating capacity has been reached.

“As a reminder, all passengers must wear a personal face mask when using any form of public transportation. Individuals without a face mask will be refused entry. The public are also advised to only travel for essential purposes and never if you are unwell, coughing, or sneezing. Now is not the time for leisurely bus or ferry rides so stay at home as much as possible.

“Please take note of the new temporary ferry schedule which goes into effect Monday, 11 May, 2020 until further notice. The schedule will also be available online at the Department of Marine & Ports Services website.”

Temporary Ferry Schedule Bermuda May 2020

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  1. NH says:

    Will bikes be allowed?
    Can we buy passes at the Ferry Terminals?