Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Ferry

Boat or Ferry and Moving Target
330 Water St, Bridgeport, CT 06604, United States
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  • 💕💋SandiGirl💋🌹💟 .

    Drop your kid off and run lol

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  • Jake S.

    Head out to the back of the boat for relaxation, sunshine, and fresh air without the threat of wind burn.

    Jake Smith · August 17, 2014
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  • Hilary T.

    Coffee is better than expected!

    Hilary Topper · December 8, 2011
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  • Mike J.

    Clean up after yourselves

    Mike Jones · September 5, 2011
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  • Maxwell L.

    Highway robbery! 16oz water cost $2.80!

    Maxwell Love · November 14, 2012
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  • Rich A.

    Bring a cooler and your own food and beer to save some $...

    Rich Aube · July 25, 2012
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  • Colleen N.

    The new england clam chowder is BOMB!

    Colleen Nassauer · September 22, 2011
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  • Ryan L.

    What an ugly place to return to after being in Port Jefferson. Haha!

    Ryan Lobner · August 5, 2014
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  • Judy B.

    Great way to circumvent the metro NY traffic when your destination is Long Island. Reservations required.

    Judy Bellem · November 25, 2013
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  • Liz M.

    Sit at the bar, order a drink and ask for Ferry Tales for some light reading and life lessons.

    Liz M · August 28, 2013
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  • Katrina D.

    The cocktail lounge is usually a lot quieter than other areas of the boat.

    Katrina DeFrancesco · December 26, 2012
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  • Selene C.

    The food is expensive. 9.50 for a burger and iced tea

    Selene Contreni · May 30, 2012
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  • Selene C.

    Love sitting on the deck during the summer...beautiful view

    Selene Contreni · February 13, 2012
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  • Brian V.

    Just sit at the bar!

    Brian Van Sicklin · October 30, 2011
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