Conn. (WTNH) — The Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry is setting a course for operation this year, running from April 8 to November 30 for residents.
It’s the nation’s oldest continuously operating ferry service, crossing the Connecticut River between Rocky Hill and Glastonbury. Ferry Master Captain Blaise Clemente joins News 8 to explain the service’s plans amid the pandemic as more are getting vaccinated.
Ferry hours are Tuesday through Friday 7 am – 6:45 pm, and Saturday and Sunday 10:30 am – 5 pm. The ferry is closed on Mondays. Visit the CT Travel Smart website to know when the ferry is closed.
People are required to wear masks.