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 elcome aboard the Cape Lee Mikles and Jim O’Donoghue, it’s May-Lewes Ferry! all about location—and the Lewes On behalf of all of us Ferry terminal, with its scenic
at the Delaware River & Bay
Authority, I would like to thank you
for traveling with us today across
the beautiful Delaware Bay. We’re
committed to providing you—our
guest—with a safe and convenient
way to travel. But it doesn’t end there. We also want to ensure that your time spent with us is enjoyable and memorable.
I’d like to go over a few new procedures at the Ferry related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please wear a face mask and stay socially distanced from anyone not in your traveling party. I also urge you to pay attention to the directional signage on board the vessel to help control the flow of traffic. During this health crisis, we have a moral and societal obligation to do what we can to stop the spread of this insidious disease. We are in this together.
On July 19, history was made at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry when Sharon Lyn Urban of Cape May, N.J., was promoted to captain in the marine department. She’s the first permanent female captain in the history of Delaware Bay service. Urban joined the Cape May-Lewes Ferry marine department as an ordinary seaman in 1997. With additional certifications and accrued sea time, she rose through the ranks, serving as an able-bodied seaman, mate and pilot prior to her recent promotion. We’re fortunate to have her as part of our team.
On June 12, Grain on the Rocks opened at the Lewes Ferry Terminal. For Grain owners
view of the Delaware Bay, was
the perfect place to expand their offerings. The menu is described
as polished casual, with a variety
of sandwiches, burgers, appetizers and seafood-focused main courses.
Grain is open daily for lunch at 11:30 a.m.
A brunch menu is available beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The restaurant and bar are open until 11 p.m. Sunday and Monday and 1 a.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
There’s so much more to the Twin Capes Region than sand, surf and sun—and the
Ferry puts you right in the middle of it all. This edition of Twin Capes Traveller offers features on our great new restaurants, maritime history, water sports options, shopping and more. The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is an entirely different traveling experience that celebrates diversity in travel and a way to truly “take a break from the ordinary.” We’re proud of our heritage and our role in the region’s growth.
If you have a question or need something
to make your trip better, please don’t hesitate to ask. Our crew is ready and willing to help. On behalf of the marine crew and staff, I’d like to again thank you for including the Cape May- Lewes Ferry in your vacation plans. Please stay healthy and safe—and we hope to see
you again soon.
Tom Cook
Executive Director
Delaware River & Bay Authority
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