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Domestic ferry operations return to RT dock starting Sunday

Vessel docked at the ferry terminal in Road Town.

Domestic ferry operations will be returning to the Road Town ferry terminal starting Sunday, June 13.

The BVI Ports Authority (BVIPA) had rerouted domestic operations through the Cyril B Romney Tortola Pier Park to facilitate the reopening of the Road Town seaport to international traffic in mid-April.

Announcing the return of domestic operations to the Road Town ferry terminal, the BVI Ports Authority (BVIPA) said: “Health and safety protocols have been put in place and structures have been established to ensure the safety of both domestic and international ferry passengers as they utilise the seaport.”

The present schedule will remain the same for both domestic and international ferry passenger operations.

The BVIPA, in the meantime, thanked sister island travellers — who were displaced because of the change — for their patience throughout the process.

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  1. heckler says:

    Moving from here to there and then back to here in just a few short weeks is just a waste of taxpayers money

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  2. Bvi going Down says:

    Corruption at its best in the bvi
    No plans to open the territory to tourism
    The vip already kill tourism
    The kill the economy
    Cost of living is very hard
    Rent killing ppl
    Ppl can hardly afford to buy food
    All the businesses increase them fees
    What next
    And the vip government eating lavishly, driving big fancy ride and living like king

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    • @BVI going down says:

      In case you can’t read then let me tell you the everywhere in the world is experiencing financial hardship due to Covid-19 with the BVI being no different. Most of the people in the BVI commend the government for the good work they have done and yes we agree that they are not perfect.

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