The Access Division announced Tuesday that plans are in place for the Ferry toÂ operate on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 from Antigua to Montserrat.
Following a meeting with key agencies and stakeholders, His Excellency, GovernorÂ Andrew Pearce has granted approval in principle for the Ferry to disembark inÂ Plymouth, should the sea conditions warrant it.
Therefore, travelers are advised that check-in will begin at 6:00 AM tomorrow,Â Wednesday March 7, at the Ferry Terminal in Heritage Quay, Antigua. The Ferry isÂ scheduled to depart Antigua by 9:00 AM.
An assessment of sea conditions will be conducted tomorrow (Wednesday) morningÂ and a decision will be made on whether or not the Ferry will disembark at Port LittleÂ Bay or the Plymouth Jetty.
The Access Division thanks all for their understanding and cooperation as it works to ensure arrangements are in place for travelers.
The Jaden Sun ferry has been unable to operate since Sunday, March 4 due to high seas. On March 8, 2017 the ferry was forced to dock in Plymouth dues to the same weather conditions.