Seldovia Bay Ferry releases schedule for summer season

Operated by Seldovia Village Tribe, the M/V Kachemak Voyager and the Seldovia Bay Ferry starts its summer schedule on May 21. The ferry between Homer and Seldovia leaves Seldovia at 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and leaves Homer from Ramp 7 at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Thursday through Monday. The last sailing for the season is Sept. 8. Extra travel times will be added on May 26 and Sept. 8.

Tickets are $40 each way, plus local taxes. Reservations are not necessary and tickets can be purchased on the boat. Animals are $10 each, kayaks are $25 each and bikes are $15 each. The first box of freight is free with additional boxes $7 each. Boarding begins an hour before departure; arrive 30 minutes before leaving and earlier if transporting freight. 

For more information, visit the Seldovia Bay Ferry’s website at seldoviabayferry.com or call 907-435-3299. Ramp 7 is located on the north side of the harbor next to the new Homer Harbormaster’s Office.

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