Inter Island Ferry Service

Inter Island Connection Service

From sky to sea

In some cases the runways on the islands are too short to accommodate private jets. You may wish to consider flying in to a larger island and then taking a local ferry or boat taxi to your final destination. It is important to always check directly with the ferry or boat taxi to confirm routes, pricing, availability, and their rules and regulations.

Using ferry or boat options for inter island connections can be a fun way to travel.

Ferry from Guadeloupe to Martinique


There are 3 ferry routes operating between Guadeloupe and Martinique offering you combined total of 9 sailings per week. L’Express Des Iles operates 3 routes, Pointe a Pitre to Fort de France runs 7 times per day, Les Saintes (Terre-de-Haut) to Fort de France runs 1 times per day, & Pointe a Pitre to Saint Pierre which runs 1 times daily.

What is the fastest ferry from Guadeloupe to Martinique?

The fastest crossing by ferry from Guadeloupe to Martinique is with L’Express Des Iles, on the Les Saintes (Terre-de-Haut) Fort de France ferry in approximately 4 hours .

St. Maarten – Caribbean Hub

Island Hopping from St. Maarten

From the South, you can see St. Barthélemy, Saba, St. Eustatius, and St. Kitts. From the North, you can view Anguilla. With a ferry or short plane ride, St. Maarten, known for being a hub, offers many island hopping opportunities.

Ferries to nearby islands

The dual nation island (St. Maarten (Dutch) and St. Martin (French) is known as “The Caribbean Hub” and a wonderful destination. The wide availability of scheduled ferries and chartered boat transfers make movement between the islets and islands easy and convenient to create and customize your dream Caribbean vacation.


Anguilla, known for its stunningly pristine beaches, lavish villas, and gourmet cuisine, is only a 20-minute ferry ride away from the island making it the perfect day trip destination. Leaving from St. Maarten, take a ferry with one of the many private charters leaving from Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) for $65 USD one-way. Trips begin at 8 am and return at 5 pm. Departing from St. Martin, head to the Marigot Marina to catch the public ferry for $20 USD one-way. Fares do not cover departure taxes and fees. Ferries depart from St. Martin every 45-minutes, starting as early as 8:30 am with the last ferry returning to St. Martin at 6:15 pm. You can also arrive at Anguilla’s white sandy shores through a short 7-minute flight via Anguilla Air Service or take a private charter.


Saba is a great getaway if you are looking to relax and explore the Caribbean ecosystem. With a total area of 5 sq. mi, the island contains the highest peak in the Netherlands, Mt. Scenery, which is an active volcano. Saba is one of the best diving spots in the region and is known to be a great whale-watching spot for marine lovers.
Visit Saba with a quick 20-minute flight via Winair or take a 1-2 hour ferry from Pelican Marina in Simpson Bay. The ferry costs $50 USD one-way or $75 USD for a day trip. Check-in begins at 8:15 am with a sharp departure time of 9 am.

St. Barthélemy

St. Barthélemy, commonly known as St. Barts, is the gem of the French Caribbean. Arrive in the island’s capital, Gustavia, via ferry from Marigot or Oyster Pond. Trips can vary from 45 – 75 minutes and costs on average 60 Euros. You can fly into St. Barths, a short 15-minute flight, from PJIA via Winair.

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Anguilla St. Maarten Ferry Terminal
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Water Taxi Sint Maarten
Great Bay
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Ferry to Pinel Island
Rue de Cul de Sac
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Funtime Charters
Anguilla St. Maarten Ferry Terminal
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Great Bay Express
Bobby’s Marina
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Public Ferry to Anguilla
Port de Marigot
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The Edge Ferry
Simpson Bay Resort Marina
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Voyager Ferry
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Getting from St. Kitts to Nevis

The information below is courtesy of Nevis Naturally. One of the favorable ways to arrive on the island of Nevis is to travel by boat. You’ll be greeted by the spectacular views of the idyllic Nevis Peak, which is simply breath-taking—if we do say so ourselves.

Most public boats, small cruise ships and ferries travel to Charlestown, Nevis’ capital, where it’s easy to find taxis or ground transportation to your accommodation. Meanwhile, the ferry from Sea Bridge on St. Kitts, allows for vehicles to travel to and from the docks at Cades Bay, situated on the west coast of the island.

If you like to plan your own schedule, you can opt to schedule a water taxi from Reggae Beach, on the South East Peninsula of St Kitts, and dock at Oualie Bay, which sits on the north of the island. Visitors entering on a yacht are required to check in with customs and immigration ahead of arriving.

St. Kitts to Nevis Ferry Services

Experience St. Kitts and Nevis like a local. The passenger ferry service between St. Kitts and Nevis is our equivalent to the subway in many big cities. It is public transportation just more interesting and with better views.

These are the ferries that go between St. Kitts and Nevis and their trip times.

– Mark Twain 45 mins

– MV Patience, Caribe Express, Next Edition, and Apple Cider – 30 mins

– MV Hustler – 1hr.

– Sea Bridge – 20 mins

Water Taxis

Contact Details


Clivin Christmas
Tel: 869 663 3301

Blue Waves
Water Taxi & Charters

Captain Troy: 662-1762
Captain Dijorn: 667-8351

D Perfect Life

John Cornelius
Tel: 869-663-3595

Islander Watersports

Wincent Perkins

Just Relax

Malvern “Molly” Jeffers
Tel: 869.663.6892

More Adventure

Gavin France
Tel: 869.665.7787

Sea Brat

Tel: 869 662 9166

Lucky Lady

Michael Daniel
Tel: 869 663 8908

For today’s ferry / water taxi schedule, please visit Nevis Air and Sea Ports Authority: Click Here.

St. Lucia /Dominica / Guadeloupe / Martinique

You may get to Dominica by ferry service from the French islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique as well as St. Lucia via the L’Express des Îles ferry service. The ferry operates at various times of the year, but more frequently during the summer months. Val Ferry offers service from Guadeloupe via Marie Galante to the northern town of Portsmouth, docking at the historic Cabrits berth.

Compagnie maritime inter-îles aux Antilles

Virgin Islands Ferries St. Thomas / St. John /St. Croix/ British Virgin Islands

Sonic Charters offers private, custom boat charters on their six power and sailing vessels throughout the US and British Virgin Islands.  As the Company has expanded, many of our guests that are transiting through the US Virgin Islands and onto the sailing grounds in the BVI have asked about a convenient service from St Thomas’s Cyril E King Airport to their destinations and we are now happy to offer that as a seamless service!
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Virgin Islands Ferry Schedules

Virgin Islands Ferries

Island hop in the Virgin Islands by ferry. Select a ferry route from the table below to view the schedules and rates. Information is courtesy of VINOW.

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Passenger Ferries
Car Barge
Resort Ferries


Passenger Ferries

Sea Ski Water Taxi

Water Taxi

Private, personalized transportation between the islands on your schedule.

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St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Weekly Ferry Schedules

Regular and efficient ferry services for freight and passengers operate between Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Southern Grenadines with the Jaden Sun Fast Ferry, MV Gem Star, Guidance and MV Barracouda. The Admiral and Bequia Express ferries (for cars as well) operate between Bequia and Kingstown, with Bequia Express also offering services to the Southern Grenadines.

Admiral Ferries

Kingstown → Canouan, Mayreau & Union

Bequia Express (784) 457-3539 | |

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 11:00 am

MV Gem Star (784) 526-1158 or 491-6500 / 457-4157

  • Tuesday & Friday – 12 noon

Kingstown → Canouan, Union

MV Barracouda (784) 455-9835

  • Monday, Thursday & Saturday – 11:30 am

Union → Mayreau, Canouan, Kingstown

Bequia Express (784) 457-3539 | |

  • Tuesday & Thursday – 6:30 am
  • Friday –  5:00 pm

MV Gem Star (784) 526-1158 or 491-6500

  • Wednesday and Saturday – 7:00 am

Union → Canouan, Kingstown

MV Barracouda (784) 455-9835

  • Tuesday, Friday & Sunday – 6:30 am

Kingstown → Mustique

Mustique Ferry (784) 457-1531

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 2:00 pm
  • First Wednesday of each month at 2:00 pm

Mustique → Kingstown

Mustique Ferry (784) 457-1531

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 7:00 am
  • First Wednesday of each month at 7:00 am

Trinidad to Tobago

Welcome Aboard the Inter-island Ferry Service

Whether you choose the dynamic, vibrant island of Trinidad or the more placid and serene Tobago, one thing is certain – the Inter-island Ferry Service affords you the opportunity to enjoy both worlds. The fast ferry is the popular choice for vacationers and persons traveling daily between the islands of Trinidad & Tobago because it completes the 20 mile journey in a mere 3 hours – 3 1/2 hours. For those who wish to do commerce between the islands, the M.V. Cabo Star may be the vessel of choice.

The Bahamas and Islands



Sailings to Spanish Wells & Harbour Island are only on Fridays – Sundays

Nassau 8:00 a.m. Spanish Wells 10:10 a.m.
Spanish Wells 10:15 a.m. Harbour Island 10:45 a.m.
Harbour Island 3:40 p.m. Spanish Wells 4:10 p.m.
Spanish Wells 4:20 p.m. Nassau 6:30 p.m.

Balearia Caribbean

Routes and Schedules


EE.UU. – Caribe

From Fort Lauderdale

Ferry Fort Lauderdale – Grand Bahama

Ferry Fort Lauderdale – Bimini

Turks and Caicos Inter Island

Detailed Information
Inter Island Ferry Operator
north-caicos 5 times Daily.
south-caicos 2 times Weekly.
Tours & Excursions.
Luxury Boat Charters.
Personal Water Craft (PWC) Safari’s
and much much more…
Hours of operation
6am to 6 pm Mon – Sat. 8am – 5pm Sun & Holidays

Providenciales TKCA 1ZZ, Turks and Caicos Islands


Map of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Domestic Ferries

The Providenciales – North Caicos ferry at Sandy Point Marina, North Caicos.

There are three ferry routes in the Turks and Caicos: Providenciales—North Caicos, Providenciales—South Caicos, and Grand Turk—Salt Cay.

All of these routes are serviced by small passenger ferry vessels. There are no scheduled large car ferries in the country.

The ferry service between Providenciales and North Caicos is the busiest, with multiple trips per day. Two companies operate this 30-minute route, and travel between Heaving Down Rock Marina (Walkin Marina) on Providenciales and either Sandy Point Marina or Bellefield Landing on North Caicos.

Two businesses run a Providenciales and South Caicos ferry route, with boats several times per week. This ferry docks at Heaving Down Rock on Providenciales and Cockburn Harbour on South Caicos.

A ferry service is also offered three times per week between Grand Turk and Salt Cay.

There are no ferries between Providenciales and any of the Turks Islands (Grand Turk and Salt Cay).