Pensacola Bay City Ferry Service Returns March 4
Pensacola Bay City Ferry cruises are set to return Saturday, March 4 with Saturday service between downtown Pensacola, Pensacola Beach and Fort Pickens, offering a fun alternative travel method with beautiful views of Pensacola Bay.
Bike and scooter rentals, cycle racks, storage areas and free shuttles by numerous businesses make it easy to enjoy what downtown Pensacola, Pensacola Beach and Fort Pickens have to offer. Additionally, many destinations are within walking distance of the ferry dock, so those wanting to explore the area on foot have a variety of options to choose from. All-day free parking is available at each of the departure sites.
- Adults = $30 (roundtrip)
- Seniors (62 and up), military, disabled persons, students = $24 (roundtrip)
- Youth (3-15) = $20 (roundtrip)
- Children 2 and under are free
The ferry service operation schedule is below, and the schedule will be updated on pensacolabaycityferry.com:
- Departure 1:
- 10:30 a.m.: Downtown Pensacola
- 11:00 a.m.: Fort Pickens
- 12:00 p.m.: Pensacola Beach (Quietwater)
- Departure 2:
- 1 p.m.: Downtown Pensacola
- 1:30 p.m.: Fort Pickens
- 2:30 p.m.: Pensacola Beach (Quietwater)
- Departure 3:
- 3:30 p.m.: Downtown Pensacola
- 4 p.m.: Fort Pickens
- 5 p.m.: Pensacola Beach (Quietwater)
Tickets can be purchased online at pensacolabaycityferry.com, in-person at the Downtown Pensacola Ferry Landing at 750 S. Commendencia St. or at the Quietwater Beach ticket kiosk on Pensacola Beach. You can find the schedule and more information at the Pensacola Bay City Ferry website.
About Pensacola Bay Cruises Ferry Service
Pensacola Bay Cruises operates two 150-passenger, catamaran-style vessels, the “Turtle Runner” and “Pelican Perch.” The vessels offer air-conditioned interior and covered exterior seating and restrooms. Imported and domestic beer, wines, soft drinks and water are available for purchase. Bicycle racks and storage areas make it easy to explore much of what Downtown Pensacola and Pensacola Beach have to offer. On select trips, National Park Service Rangers speak on a variety of subjects including wildlife and landscapes of the area.