Jumping off a ferry is a serious offense and will be punishable to the highest extent as per USC Code 2302(a)
“Interfering with the safe operation of a vessel, so as to endanger the life, limb or property of a person is a violation of the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 1998 46 USC 2302(a).
Examples of such interference include instances where a passenger intentionally jumps off a commercial vessel that is not intended to support water activities. This practice, coined “rail jumping” in the marine industry, often diverts crew member attention away from the safe operation of the vessel in order to respond to a man overboard situation. Additionally, this includes unruly behavior while onboard resulting in the disruption of safety to those onboard. Under USC Code, this is a Class 1 Civil Penalty and is punishable up to $30,000.”
The Freight house hours for Monday July 8th though Saturday, August 3rd are now available online. They’re located in the info column of the ferries website.
You can also access them directly by clicking the link below.
Freight House Hours
The blue worker tickets will not be accepted on any trips from Friday, June 21st until Tuesday, September 3rd 2019.
With the latest update to the Fire Island mTickets app, customers will be able to pay for their ferries and water taxi tickets via credit card all from within the same app!
Simply download the app from the google play store or itunes app store, or update it, if you already have it.
- Open it up, select the tickets you’d like to purchase by choosing your starting point and destination.
- Enter your payment information.
- Confirm your purchase.
- And activate your ticket(s) from within your ticket wallet just prior to boarding your ferry or water taxi.
With the fire island mTickets app, you can purchase tickets any time of day. No more waiting in lines, or stopping at ATMs. Just open the app, buy your tickets, and you’re ready for a fun filled day at the beach!
For more information, please visit fiferries.com/mtickets