Cape May-Lewes Ferry transitioning to vehicle-only travel during coronavirus outbreak

Courtesy of Cape May-Lewes Ferry Facebook page

CAPE MAY, N.J. – Officials with the Cape May – Lewes Ferry announced on Monday that all foot travel will be suspended on the Ferry beginning this Wednesday, March 18th.

Starting with the 7 a.m. departure that day, boarding operations will be restricted to vehicles and their occupants only. In addition, the Ferry has discontinued all food service operations inside the ferry terminals and on-board the vessel. Restrooms will be open in the terminal prior to departures, and will also be available on the vessels.

During the trip, passengers should remain inside their vehicles. Should you need to use the restroom facility, you are asked to take the stairs to the second deck, and return to your vehicle once you are finished.

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