Ferries to Martinique

Ferries are a scenic means of transport in the Caribbean

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Martinique Ferries
 

For vacationers who can avoid the seasickness, ferries and high speed catamarans provide service to destinations both on Martinique and on the neighboring island of St. Lucia, Dominica, and Guadeloupe.

Riding the Ferries

For travelers who have flown into Aimé Césaire Airport and are trying to get to their resort location; or for those who have flown into a nearby island and wish to visit Martinique, ferries are an enjoyable way of taking in the sea breeze and blue waters of the Caribbean while getting to a destination on the island.

Make finding water transportation easy by browsing the selection of ferry services below.

Ferry Docks
Name Location
Anse Mitan Dock L'Anse Mitan
Anse a l'Ane Dock The vicinity of Trois Ilets
Fort-de-France Ferry Terminal Fort de France
Les Trois-Ilets Ferry Docks Trois Ilets
Pointe du-Bout Dock Pointe du Bout
St. Pierre Ferry Dock St. Pierre

Ferries run from various locations throughout the islands of Martinique, but guests can be sure that they will always find a ferry leaving for one destination or another in Forte-de-France at a cost of around 6 Euros. Most ferries are modern and sleek, with covered cabins that include comfortable seating and air conditioning.

Ferry Routes, Martinique
Location Served Dock A Dock B Company Frequency
Fort de France Port Castries Ferry Dock Fort-de-France Ferry Terminal Channel Shuttle 3 to 4 days per week
Roseau Fort-de-France Ferry Terminal Roseau Ferry Terminal L'Express des Iles 1 to 2 days per week
Roseau St. Pierre Ferry Dock Roseau Ferry Terminal L'Express des Iles 1 to 2 days per week

Ferry services provide a relaxing alternative to taxis and planes for both on island and inter-island transport while you are vacationing on Martinique. Enjoy the blue skies and blue waters while you travel to your destination.

 

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