Cape May – Lewes Ferry to lift foot passenger ban next week

Courtesy of Cape May-Lewes Ferry Facebook page

CAPE MAY, N.J. – Starting Monday, February 22nd, the Cape May – Lewes Ferry will once again allow bicyclists and foot passengers aboard the ferry service with capacity limits.

We’re told all bicyclists and foot passengers will be required to have a reservation and will need to check in with the ticket counter prior to boarding. Those travelers must also arrive at least 45 minutes before the departure time.

In addition, the passenger salon aboard the vessels will be open, however, inside seating capacity is limited to approximately 20%.

All passengers must wear a face mask and remain socially distanced from anyone not in their party.

Travelers who plan to use the Cape May – Lewes Ferry in the near future are urged to call Guest Services Center in advance at 800-64-FERRY or check social media for the most up-to-date departure information.

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