Join this fun trip from Cape May Ferry to DelawareMinimum: 20 cars
Meet: 9:00 AM in the ferry parking area
Check-In: 9:30 AM
Depart: 10:30 AM
Arrive in Delaware: 12 Noon
Please register before Aug 18th
Join us for a ferry ride from Cape May to Lewes, Delaware. Prepay the ferry per directions below!
Check-in begins at 9:30 AM. This is to secure the space on the boat and to allow time for required security procedures; don’t be late! Please note that all cars are subject to inspection; you will likely to be asked to pop your trunk before boarding. A government-issued photo ID is required for all drivers and passengers. Foreign travelers must present a valid passport. You may then park and enjoy amenities inside the terminal, or remain with your vehicle.
The ferry departs at 10:30 AM. During the 85 minute voyage, you can enjoy indoor or outdoor seating, food and beverage concessions, and a gift shop. Please note that smoking is not allowed, and you may not bring your own alcohol on board.
After we arrive in Delaware we will head out for a pleasant drive. The run will start out along Rte.1 then turn inland. We’ll drive some country roads in a loop that’ll take us back to Rte. 1 and the restaurant.
At 2:00 we’ll have late lunch at the Rusty Rudder, a seafood restaurant in Dewey Beach. Cost of lunch is not included.
After lunch, we will separate and make our way home.
If you are interested in attending, please register here. Also, call the ferry at 800 643 3779 and use code CN222795 to reserve and pay for the ferry trip.
If you will be returning home via the ferry, book your return trip as well. Find the schedule here: https://www.cmlf.com/schedules-fares
COST: $19 per vehicle (includes fuel surcharge) (One Way)
$7.50 per person for ferry fare (One Way) Contact Patti at email@example.com , or Ross at ross.mcintosh3@outlook .com if you have any questions.
Phone number on day of event is 732-895-2128.
But Wait! There’s More! Check out this exciting new option!
Club Member Tom Tantillo is a docent at the Fort Miles Museum in Cape Henlopen State Park, in Lewes. He has offered to lead those who are interested on a tour of the fort after lunch!
The central features of the museum include Battery 519, six barracks buildings, a fire control tower, an orientation building, and the Fort Miles Artillery Park. The museum tells the story of Fort Miles, a key piece of our nation's coastal defense, from World War II through the early 1970’s.
The tour would last about an hour, and there would be an additional cost of $10 for out of state cars to enter the park, plus $5 for the tour. Again, this is an option as an after lunch activity.
Have a look at their website, and we hope that you decide to join us! https://www.destateparks.com/FortMiles
Fort Miles - Delaware State Parks
Lying amidst rolling sand dunes, on a high bank overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, is the Fort Miles Historical Area, home of the Fort Miles Museum. The central features of the museum include Battery 519, six barracks buildings, a fire control tower, an orientation building, and the Fort Miles Artillery Park.