The BVI Ports Authority (BVIPA) has announced the approval of additional international ferry passenger service routes to the neighbouring US Virgin Islands (USVI).

In a media release today, the Ports Authority said it approved routes between the USVI’s Red Hook, St Thomas and Cruz Bay, St John to the sister islands of Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and Anegada in the BVI. These are additions to the existing service routes between Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas and Road Town in Tortola.

International ferry passenger service at the West End Ferry Terminal has also been approved for resumption.

Ferries from Cruz Bay and Red Hook to Jost Van Dyke will operate on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. The ferries will depart at 8 am and 7:30 am, respectively.

Meanwhile, the return ferries will depart Jost Van Dyke at 3:30 pm.

Meanwhile, ferries departing Cruz Bay to Virgin Gorda will leave at 7:30 am and return at 2:45 pm. Departure from Cruz Bay to Anegada will start at 7:30 am and the return trip leaves at 2 pm.

The BVIPA also encourages visitors to check the commencement dates and scheduling details for the new service routes with ferry operators, especially for ferries going to Virgin Gorda and Anegada.

Credit for this Article – BVI News