Cape May Lewes Ferry

The Cape May Lewes Ferry is a ferry system in the United States that connects North Cape May (New Jersey) and Lewes (Delaware).It’s 17 miles off the coast of Delaware Bay (Delaware). It is the final crossing between the Delaware River and Delaware Bay before the Delaware River empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Additional info

The Cape May ferry terminal buildings are distinctive and modern, with stairwells and elevators with enclosed walkways. Pedestrians board the ships via the walkways, preventing vehicles from entering the vehicle deck below. Among the amenities available in the terminal building are gift shops, food courts, bars, restaurants, ticketing, and information kiosks.

The ferry, which consists of three boats and two terminals, is operated by the Delaware River and Bay Authority. The ferry departs from the Cape May terminal, located at 1200 Lincoln Boulevard in North Cape May.

The three vessels transport vehicles (passengers, cars, buses, buses, RVs, trailers, motorcycles, and bicycles) and pedestrians; each vessel holds 100 cars. In addition, a three-hour round trip provides views of three lighthouses: the Cape May Lighthouse in New Jersey, the Refuge Harbor Lighthouse, and the Delaware Breakwater East End Lighthouse near Lewes.

The Delaware River and Bay Authority operate a shuttle service during the summer. Passengers take the Cape May terminal ferry near Lewes on a combined round trip. In addition, the ferry connects to the Cape May County Park and Zoo as well as the Tree Aerial Adventure Park and Zoo via a shuttle bus.

The Delaware River and Bay Authority have made it possible for passengers to purchase a round-trip ticket without disembarking en route at a reduced fare. Visit the Cape May Ferry for a 17-mile trip from Delaware to New Jersey when in Lewes.

The Mid-Atlantic Center for Arts offers tours of Cape May, the Cape May Lighthouse, and the Emlen Physick Estate from the ferry terminal. In addition, lucky Sevens Tours operates a tour bus that connects the Cape May ferry to the Atlantic City resort casino hotel.,-75.1194502,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b8cff0c4bfb32f:0x9afa91911fa9c6e3!8m2!3d38.5396243!4d-75.1019406

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