The well being of our passengers and crew are our top priority, as is running the best service we can during these very testing times. It is thus with regret that we have to announce that as from Saturday 21st March the service will operate daily on a one boat service only (ie every 15 minutes, from 05.30am to midnight). As a business that runs on people (our dedicated Captains and crews) we are not immune to the Government advice placed on our personnel from isolation requirements and illness. By taking these measures now it is our objective to try and safeguard individual crew members for as long as possible in order that we can continue to run the service, albeit at a lower level than we would like, and ‘ride the storm’ so to speak.
This statement will be regularly updated following the daily briefings from Government.
To keep you, our passengers (most of you we know are key workers), plus our dedicated crew safe, we will be asking all our passengers to respectfully maintain the advised two metre (six foot) space between one another. The Captain will also be making Tannoy announcements to remind us all.
Late Night Ferry. Today (23rd March) we have been advised by Dave & Paul Faithfull of D & P Boat Hire, operators of the Late Night Ferry, that they have suspended the service until further notice.
Any future changes will be notified here as soon as we hear from the operators.
We advise our passengers to also keep up to date with Government information on risks and preventative measures:
Stay safe everyone.