Ferry Schedule

 Spring Schedule
 starts March 19th - May 13th

More Information: 228-864-1014


 
Day Depart Gulfport Depart Ship Island
Monday No Trip  
Tuesday No trip  
Wednesday 9am 2:30pm
Thursday 9am 2:30pm
Friday 9am 2:30pm
Saturday 9:00am &12:00pm 2:30pm &5:00pm
Sunday 9:00am & 12:00pm 2:30pm &5:00pm

 

Vessels' Lower Decks Wheelchair Acssible

Schedule, Weather and Beach Updates:

No life guards are on duty. Ferry service to Ship Island is subject to weather conditions and / or high winds.

Schedule updates are announced at 228-864-1014 - select Option 2.

Carry on Policy to board ferry boats

Gift Certificate Available Here

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About & Location

Mississippi's finest beaches are located on Ship Island approximately 11 miles south of Gulfport and Biloxi and are accessible by Ship Island Excursions’ ferry boats, located in the Gulfport Small Craft Harbor. Watch for Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins during the enjoyable 50-minute ferry boat ride. Ship Island with its tranquil stretches of National Park beaches invites you for an affordable family vacation to explore, swim and relax for a fun-filled day.  Experience the pristine gulf waters, explore high quality beaches and tour historic Fort Massachusetts, all part of Gulf Islands National Seashore.

 

Gulfport Ferry Pier Coordinates

30.3641  -89.089981

Groups and Charters

Group Reservations

To make reservations for your group Click Here.

Private Charter

For information about chartering one of our boats for a private event Click Here.

Ship Island Hotel Packages........Click Here and when you call ask for the Ship Island Package

Print 2016 Brochure........Click Here

 

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Click Here  to learn more about the April 11, 2015 Re-enactment Program of the 2nd Regiment Louisiana Native Guards, African American combat troops stationed on Ship Island durin the Civl War. 

 

 Capt Pete and Son Video Family Story