The ferry from East Ferry to Tiverton, Long Island leaves the East Ferry side on the half hour (i.e. 1:30, 2:30, 3:30).

It takes about 20 to 25 minutes to drive down through the fist island to catch the second ferry that leaves Freeport for Brier Island on the hour (i.e. 1:00, 2:00, 3:00).

The ferry leaves Brier Island to return to Freeport at 25 minutes past the hour (i.e. 1:25, 2:25, 3:25).

The ferry from Tiverton to the mainland leaves on the hour (i.e.1:00, 2:00, 3:00).

The ferries load approximately 10 minutes before departure and when they fill up they will take that load of cars and come back for any left behind. During the summer months the ferry experiences many overloads and wait times are minimal.

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Petit Passage Whale Watch and Cafe will be opening our 2020 season on July 6th with COVID-19 procedures in place for your safety.

Upon arrival, there will be a hand sanitizing station and directional arrows will assist you through the Cafe/Office to purchase tickets or order food for take-out. Please send only one member from your party inside to purchase tickets.

There are a limited number of tables inside and on the deck that will be available by reservation only.

Social Distancing will be in place in the Cafe and on the Boat. Face coverings are encouraged when a mandatory 2 meter distance is not able to be maintained.

Frequent cleaning and sanitizing will be maintained in all areas both in the cafe and on the vessel.

For the purpose of "contact tracing" we will be asking for your information (name, address and contact phone number) to keep on file in case there is a positive test in our area.

Everyone's safety is our greatest concern.

Contact us at 1-902-834-2226 if you need any additional information.


Petit Passage Whale Watch will be closing out their whale watch season on September 13-2020.

 The Captain and Staff would like to thank everyone who came whale watching to support the industry during this trying year.

 Please watch our website and Facebook page for updates for next year.

 Please stay safe and we hope to see you again in the future.

 Captain Craig Theriault