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The two routes operate 24 hours a day, days a year, weather permitting. The quarter-mile route typically takes less than ten minutes, although peak summer hours may require drivers to wait longer.
Each ferry can carry up to 20 regular passenger vehicles. Combined vehicles, such as a truck towing a boat, may not be longer than 80 feet, wider than 13 feet or taller than 13 feet 6 inches. Single-axle vehicles may weigh no more than 20, pounds, tandem axles no more than 34, pounds and combination vehicles may not exceed a total of 80, pounds.
One vessel is in operation 24 hours per day.
A second vessel will be placed in service at a. After this departure, the two vessels will operate based on traffic volumes, and will space themselves to carry traffic as efficiently and safely as possible.
A third vessel will be placed in service during the afternoon period in necessary. Up to five vessels may be operated for summer and holiday traffic. Vehicles should not exceed 80, pounds, may have a maximum length of 65 feet, a maximum height of To view current ferry wait times and live cameras, visit the Houston Transtar website.
To receive updates and the latest news regarding the ferry, follow Galveston Ferry on Twitter. Toggle Driver. For additional information or special needs, please call Galveston Ferry Ferry Road N. Galveston, TX Departs Galveston Departs Bolivar No.Will be in port aransas
email: [email protected] - phone:(954) 421-8248 x 4864
Port Aransas, Texas