Passengers utilizing ferry service between Cruz Bay and Charlotte Amalie will now arrive and depart from a new location on St. Thomas.
People opting to ferry out of Charlotte Amalie, rather than from Red Hook, will now start or end their trip over at the Edward Wilmoth Blyden Marine Terminal. The marine terminal is located adjacent to the seaplane terminal on the waterfront. The Charlotte Amalie ferry used to operate from the bulkhead on the waterfront.
Prior to the change, the terminal only provided ferry service to the British Virgin Islands.
This is good news for travelers as they will now be sheltered from the weather when boarding or disembarking. There is also a restaurant on site.
The ferry leaves Charlotte Amalie daily at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. It leaves Cruz Bay at 8:45 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. daily. The cost is $13 one way ($12 for residents) and travel time is about 40 minutes.
4 thoughts on “Charlotte Amalie Ferry Service Gets New Location”
Would be nice if this follows with an extra time in the afternoon schedule each day for the CA-CB ferry. It might actually be good for the STT cab drivers as they charge about the same fare to CA as they do to go to Redhook but they can cover that CA route in 1/4 of the time from the airport
How long of a bus ride from cruz bay to Trunk Bay? And how much are the buses?
You can easily rent a cab to Trunk Bay. There are always cabs waiting when you come off the ferry. Cheap and they will come back for you. Just tell them what time….Enjoy!
there is no bus service from Cruz Bay to Trunk Bay. Take a cab, takes about 5 to 10 minutes.