Ferry service resumed between San Juan and Santo Domingo

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Ferries del Caribe resumed travel between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic as of Monday, 1 February 2021. Passengers need to undergo maritime travel protocols.

“There is a real need in the market to keep these services available between the two countries, particularly for the frequent traveler,” commented Nestor Gonzalez, Ferries del Caribe president.

“It’s amazing how the cost of airfares went up so soon as our service was discontinued,” he added.

Her thanked the different entities and government officials who supported their restart of operations.

Ferries del Caribe has transported more than two million passengers between both destinations in its 23 years offering the service.

All passengers must have a negative Covid-19 test (PCR or antigen) performed within 72 hours of arrival before entering Puerto Rico.

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"All passengers must have a negative Covid-19 test (PCR or antigen) performed within 72 hours of arrival before entering Puerto Rico."
 

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leaves SD 7:00 pm arrives 8:00 am next day. 13 hour trip. In the past I've taken it 4 times, great fun!!
 
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Is there anything to do on the ferry? That is a long overnight trip! How much does it cost? Where is the dock?
 

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Is there anything to do on the ferry? That is a long overnight trip! How much does it cost? Where is the dock?
I don’t know if it’s still the case but I remember reading they bought an old DFDS ferry from the Scandinavian routes and it still had Danish, Swedish and Norwegian signs. I was on them as a kid from Denmark to Norway and from Denmark to England. For kids it was always fun with game rooms and cinemas and live music. Only transport ferries to England now.
 

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I don’t know if it’s still the case but I remember reading they bought an old DFDS ferry from the Scandinavian routes and it still had Danish, Swedish and Norwegian signs. I was on them as a kid from Denmark to Norway and from Denmark to England. For kids it was always fun with game rooms and cinemas and live music. Only transport ferries to England now.
There is food all night, there is live music, draws, ....etc. https://www.ferriesdelcaribe.com/
 

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