Ferry Service Resumes 9-16-21


Our ferry destinations and scenic cruises offer opportunities for sightseeing, historical tours, museum visits, shopping and dining. Whether you’re visiting or commuting, our boat rides and boat tours offer fun, safe ways to see the Jamestown and Newport Harbor area.


Home of the Jamestown Newport Ferry and its #1 Stop at 1 East Ferry Wharf! Jamestown is a great place to spend a few hours or an entire day.

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Rose Island Lighthouse

The fully restored and functional lighthouse is a living piece of maritime history. Jamestown Newport Ferry service provides the only public transportation to the island (JNFs Stop #2). You may purchase tickets and landing fee tickets on this site.

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Fort Adams State Park

Fort Adams provides a visual record of military history from the 1820's to the end of WWII. Jamestown Newport Ferry departures (JNFs Stop #3) are from Alofsin Pier, 90 Fort Adams Dr., Fort Adams State Park.

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Ann St. Pier

Enjoy easy access to the many restaurants and shops on Lower Thames Street—Ann St. Pier and the Jamestown Newport Ferry dock (JNFs Stop #4) are located behind the Newport Maritime Center at 365 Thames Street.

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Perrotti Park

This popular Jamestown Newport Ferry stop at 39 America's Cup Avenue (JNFs Stop #5), between the Newport Harbor Hotel & Marina and the Marriott Hotel, is in close proximity to Newport's many shops and restaurants.

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Sail Newport at Ft. Adams State Park

Rhode Island's Public Sailing Center, Sail Newport, provides easy and affordable access to sailing. They have a fleet of 22' sailboats and sit-on-top kayaks available for rent, and offer lessons.

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