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.
Stop #1 and home of the Jamestown Newport Ferry is at 1 East Ferry Wharf in Jamestown. This village is a great place to spend a few hours or an entire day.
Stop #2 on the Jamestown Newport Ferry is Rose Island Lighthouse and the ferry provides the only public transportation to this intriguing island. You may purchase tickets and landing fee tickets on this site. This fully restored and functional lighthouse is a living piece of maritime history.
Stop #3 is Fort Adams, a place that provides a visual record of military history from the 1820s to the end of WWII. Ferry departs from Alofsin Pier, 90 Fort Adams Dr., in Fort Adams State Park.
Stop #4 at Ann St. Pier provides easy access to Newport’s premiere waterfront shops and restaurants on Lower Thames Street—the Jamestown Newport Ferry dock is located behind the Newport Maritime Center at 365 Thames Street.
Stop #5 on the Jamestown Newport Ferry is Perrotti Park at 39 America's Cup Avenue, between the Newport Harbor Hotel & Marina and the Marriott Hotel, and close to shops and restaurants.