St. Andrew Bay Ferry Service to Historic St. Andrews

by December 15, 2009 • 6 comments

Every Wednesday and Saturday the St. Andrew Bay Ferry service will leave from Pirate’s Cove Marina to historic St. Andrews at 10.00AM. This thirty minute cruise across St. Andrew Bay to the Historic St. Andrews is a chance to experience the culture and warmth of the local waterfront community. This is a four hour waterfront cruise.

On arrival you will receive the passport to Historic St. Andrews which contains discounts and coupons to several restaurants and shops. Nancy Wengel will be there to greet you and you will be taken for a 45 minutes walking tour. Many fishing charters, qaint shops and restaurants are located at this historic St. Andrews. You can shop for clothes, walk along the marina or visit beautiful parks.

The departure from St. Andrews is at 1.30 PM to return to Pirate’s Cove Marina at around 2.00PM. If you remain on board an additional 25 minutes you will be taken to historic downtown Panama City. The ferry will pass beneath one of the last remaining draw bridges and slip into beautiful Massalina Bayou. There are discount coupons for additional tickets if you purchase one ticket.

St. Andrew Bay ferry service by St. Andrew Bay Ferry Company is the only ferry service connecting St. Andrews and downtown Panama City. The ferry is a United States Coast Guard inspected boat with a capacity of 49 passengers with padded seating for your comfort. It is equipped with isinglass windows which help to keep the interior warm even on coolest days. In the even of an emergency life preservers are provided under each seat for quick and easy access.

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1 Julio Paguada December 15, 2009 at 9:07 am

Do you know how much it will cost?

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2 vijayan December 15, 2009 at 9:55 am

You can purchase one ticket for $14,95+tax
you will get an additional ticket for $7.50+tax

More information at http://www.sabferry.com

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3 Julio Paguada March 10, 2010 at 11:15 am

Thank you so much. this would be a great way to get to know the bay without spending lots of $$$

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4 John December 15, 2009 at 10:04 am

Photos?

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5 derrick evans December 17, 2009 at 1:44 pm

Sounds great!Glad to see things getting back to being family oreinted.But i wish PCB would quit building highrise condos on the beach its killing the view and family atmosphere!Lots of my friends are going elsewhere to vacation because of this,very sad.

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6 D.N. Felts July 16, 2012 at 9:14 pm

My daughter and 2 grandaughters took the evening tour and loved it. I was telling my Mom about and she was wondering how much it would cost to take the entire family, if there was a group rate for 20 or more people. If there is, please let me know at the above e-mail address. We has an awesome time.

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