Orange Route Ferry Service Suspended

August 7, 2022 | 6 Comments

The Orange Route ferry service will be suspended effective Monday [Aug 8]. while the Department “installs the bow loading ramp at Hunters Wharf, St. George’s.”

A Government spokesperson said, “The Department of Marine and Ports Services advises the public that ferry service is suspended on the Orange, St. George’s Route, effective Monday, 8 August. The Department will suspend service while the Department of Works and Engineering installs the bow loading ramp at Hunters Wharf, St. George’s.

“The Department apologies for the interruption of the service and any inconvenience caused.”

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    Suspend service at the height of the tourist season. Makes perfect sense to the people at M&P.

    • Janet says:

      I am a tourist in Bermuda. We actually did the Hamilton to Dockayd, Dockayd to StGeorges the week before the closure on 8th August. A nice start to a day out in St George and Tonacco Bay. We are here for a month and enjoyed that trip so much we planned to do it on 8th and 15th and perhaps again during that week (times as per schedule) but were told on 8th it was suspended. We bused it instead but seems crazy to just shut it off when it’s been side embarkation forever………..pwrhaps Bermuda Government is as whacko as the UK one

  2. Unknown800k says:

    I guess these Muppets are assisting in bringing Bermuda down to its knees. Like once said by a previous person.
    Dumb as a bag of rocks.

  3. Joe Bloggs says:

    Thankfully, the cruise ships do not rely on the PLP Government ferries. They operate their own ferry to St. George.

  4. hair says:

    Wow government really wants to cripple the island even more!! Ouchie

  5. St. George's gets stabbed says:

    So what happened to Pennos Wharf? They have been using Hunters Wharf alk this time without one. Why wait till now to do it? St.George’s gets screwed again.

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