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NEW GREEN ROUTE FERRY SCHEDULE STARTING MONDAY AUGUST 3RD
Additional Departure Times Added to Ferry Schedule’s Green Route Starting 3rd August
The Department of Marine and Ports Services advises the public that starting Monday, 3rd August 2020, changes to the temporarily reduced ferry schedule will take effect.
Additional departure times preferred by morning commuters will be added to the Green Route, with the first ferry on that route scheduled to leave the City of Hamilton at 6:40am, Watford Bridge at 7am and Cavello Bay at 7:10am Monday through Friday.
Residents can find the new schedule online at the Department of Marine & Ports Services website.
As a reminder, in an effort to provide adequate physical distancing when travelling on public ferries, available seating remains limited to 50% of normal capacity.
When boarding, a ferry boat crew member will provide hand sanitizer and announce when the seating capacity has been reached.
All passengers must wear a personal face mask when using any form of public transportation.
Individuals without a face mask will be refused entry and public transportation should not be used if you are unwell, coughing, or sneezing.
The Department of Marine and Ports Services thanks the public for their patience, cooperation, understanding and continued practice of physical distancing to keep Bermuda safe from the spread of COVID-19.
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