Is there a daily ferry from St. Thomas to St. Croix
Hello everyone, I thought I read somewhere that there is a ferry from St. Thomas to St. Croix and actually saw a schedule but have read so much that forgot where I saw it and if it even exsisted. Can someone point me in the right direction?
There used to be but no longer. Best way to get back and forth from STT to STX is to fly by seaplane or airplane.
I prefer the seaplane.
Thanks for your reply, how much does that run and how often ?
There are rumors of a new ferry in the figure
Rumors here can take decades to become reality. Best to say there is no ferry until it happens so people don't keep asking and waiting.
There are daily ferries to St John, Water Island, and some BVIs. Lots of private day sail excursions to St John and some BVIs.
There is a ferry schedule for Ag Fest which is presidents day weekend.
do u know how much it'll be?
The fare is in the Daily News and you have to reserve in advance. If minimum of 50 don't reserve for posted scheduled sailings, that time may not be available. I think it's $120 round trip but don't have paper right now.
It can be a very rough ride so if you're prone to seasickness, best to fly. There's a reason they call it the Barf Barge!
Also affectionately known as, "The Vomit Comet." 😉
wish there were
Lol Julie, u think Dramamine would be enough or is it is bad, that doesn't help?
Dramamine always makes me sicker and sleepy! I use the wristband technique, it's a wristband with a metal ball in it that pushes on a pressure point on your wrist to relieve seasickness. It works for me!
where did you see that it the daily news? I looked but I couldn't find it.
The Stx Ag Fair ferry schedule was in last week's Island Trader - Jan. 30 to Feb. 5, page 16.
For more information call Transportation Services @ (340) 776-6282.
Kids $60 - 11yrs and under
After taking it once several years ago, I would never take the ferry to/from STT again. I was so sick I wanted to jump overboard and kill myself right then and there.
It can be a long and very rough ride given the unpredictable sea conditions.
While I love sailing and boating in general, I would prefer to fly over on the seaplanes, given the choice.
And I own a 27' power boat!!!