Antigua Ferries

Sea lovers will enjoy the boat services available on Antigua

Photo credit: © Sharon Johnson

Perhaps the most popular way to spend time on the water around Antigua is by sailing and yachting. But there are other ways to get onto the high seas.

Riding the Ferries


The ferry services in Antigua are not as strong as you might think for a nation that is split between two islands. Still a couple of routes do exist, and travellers will have little problems taking the Barbuda Express across the waters to the island of Barbuda.

The trip to Barbuda generally costs a little over $40 per person, and at times only run once per day. Because of this, it is best that you plan ahead and make sure you are ready before the ferry is sceduled to leave. Luckily, the docks are close to the major resorts in Jolly Harbour, and guests will have plenty to see and do if they need to kill some time waiting. Call the company at (268) 560-7989 for more information.

Dickenson Bay Ferry Terminal is the only dock for which we have detailed info. Visit this location in the southeastern part of Antigua.

When it comes to getting around to the nearby islands, ferries are very useful and fun. For some people, the best part is the ride itself, with the destination just be extra. Regardless of your feeling, the ferry service in Antigua can help you get the most out of your vacation.

Ferry Routes, Antigua
Location Served Dock A Dock B Company Frequency
St. Johns Little Bay Ferry Terminal Deepwater Harbour Twin Island Ferry Service 5 to 6 days per week
St. Johns Little Bay Ferry Terminal Dickenson Bay Ferry Terminal Montserrat Ferry 3 to 4 days per week

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