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Ferries - RI Statewide


Traditional or high-speed ferries take passengers from Point Judith, on the mainland of Rhode Island, and Newport to Block Island. Traditional and fast ferries cross from Block Island to Montauk, New York. A Jamestown-to-Newport ferry crosses between these two Rhode Island islands. A ferry route crosses from North Kingstown in Rhode Island to Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.

Traditional Ferry - Block Island Ferry - Narragansett, RI
Block Island Ferry

304 Great Island Road Narragansett, RI, 02882 Phone: 401-783-7996 Toll-Free: 866-783-7996

Experience laid-back life at its best when you take the ferry out to Block Island

Ready for a slice of the island life? Then sail away on the Block Island Ferry. Traditional ferries leaving from Narragansett, RI [Point Judith] have passenger lounges with food and beverage service, table and bench seating, and satellite TV. Pets on leashes or carriers are permitted on the outside decks. Passengers may bring bikes and surfboards with a reservation, and there are discounts for seniors and for children. Ferries leave scenic Point Judith, in the quaint fishing town of Galilee, and arrive in Old Harbor on Block Island. Explore the island on foot, by bike, moped, or car. (Most attractions are easily accessible by foot.) Marvel at the view from Mohegan Bluffs, enjoy chowder at a local restaurant, visit an exotic animal farm or just relax on a beautiful beach.
Hi-Speed Ferry - Block Island Ferry - Narragansett, RI
Block Island Ferry - High-Speed

304 Great Island Road Narragansett, RI, 02882 Phone: 401-783-7996 Toll-Free: 866-783-7996

You’ll have lots of time to spend exploring Block Island when you travel on high-speed ferries

When it’s time for that much-needed break or vacation, you want to get there in a hurry! The Block Island Ferry folks understand, which is why they offer high-speed ferries [May-October] to Block Island from both Newport and Narragansett, RI [Point Judith]. The high-speed ferry Athena, an all-aluminum catamaran holding 250 passengers, will get you to Old Harbor on the island in half an hour; leaving from Newport on the 300-passenger Islander gets you there in an hour. That leaves you plenty of time to explore the island’s hiking and biking trails, beaches, shops, and restaurants. The ferries have food and beverage concessions, comfortable airline-style seating as well as tables and benches, TVs, and, of course, scenic views. Pets on leashes are allowed on the outside decks and in the cabins if crated.
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