Ocracoke-mainland ferries and Ocracoke Express passenger ferry suspended due to weather
The Ocracoke-Swan Quarter, Ocracoke-Cedar Island, and Ocracoke Express passenger ferry service have been suspended due to deteriorating weather conditions, per an update from the North Carolina Ferry System.
The Hatteras-Ocracoke vehicular ferry was still running as of 8:00 a.m. on Friday. Ferry service will resume for the Ocracoke-mainland routes once weather conditions improve.
High winds may continue to impact ferry schedules in several locations. To get notified of ferry delays or cancellations, sign up for text and/or email alerts via the N.C. Ferry System’s new FINS system: www.ncdot.gov/fins. Users will get notified of any schedule changes directly from the terminal, and can unsubscribe at any time.
The public can also see updates on all three Ocracoke Island routes via the Ferry Division’s Twitter accounts at https://twitter.com/NCFerryHatteras/ and https://twitter.com/ncferrypamsound/, or by calling 252-996-6000 for more information.