Company News

  • Staff Training

    Customer Service Training We believe that our front line employees are our greatest asset. Therefore, we provide them with the necessary tools to conduct the duties efficiently and get it right the first time. We firmly believe having trained employees are vital to the overall success of the company. Therefore, training for all front line […]

  • Bahamas Ferries & Going Places Travel Partnership

    With the recent partnership between Bahamas Ferries and Going Places Travel, Bahamas Ferries customers can now purchase tickets from any Going Places Travel location. According to Darnell Frazer, Sales & Marketing Manager, Bahamas Ferries, “this is all about making it convenient for our customers to purchase tickets at more locations in New Providence, Eleuthera, Exuma […]

  • Employee of the 1st Quarter 2017-2018: Patisha Culmer

    We are happy to honour our Employee of the 1st Quarter for 2017/2018: Patisha Culmer! What’s your favorite quote? “Every dog has its day.” Where is your favorite travel spot in The Bahamas? Harbour Island. If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Chicken and […]

  • North Eleuthera Homecoming

    Bahama Ferries put together an incredible event through our ferry service to Harbour Island for the Homecoming. With lots of music, dancing, and entertainment, passengers not only received safe passage, but also had fun sailing on our party boats. The event brought people together to enjoy a few drinks, meet some new people, and have […]

  • Customer Appreciation Day, August 2017

    During Customer Appreciation Day, on Friday, August 18th, 2017, we celebrated our customers! It was a fun-filled and exciting day for customers as they boarded sailings as early as 6:00 a.m. to Fresh Creek, Andros; Harbour Island and Spanish Wells, Eleuthera. This continued throughout the afternoon for sailings into Current and Governor’s Harbour Eleuthera. Customers […]

  • Discover Your Bahamas Student Educational Programme

    Discover Your Bahamas Student Educational Programme

    Over the years, our student educational programme has helped teachers bring their lesson plans to life by giving students in New Providence the opportunity to travel to the Family Islands to explore the culture and ecosystems they study in school each day. This past April, we enhanced our programme to extend the same opportunity to […]

  • Customer Mania

    Bahamas Ferries is “celebrating you” with annual Customer Mania programme

    It’s Customer Mania time again and we are thrilled to be commemorating another year of customer loyalty, this time under the theme, “Celebrating You”. Observed each year from March to May, Customer Mania sees our Bahamas Ferries team giving back to our valued customers as a “special thanks” for their patronage. We introduced the programme […]

  • We Give Back

    Bahamas Ferries partners with local organization to bring hunger and homelessness awareness

    Bahamas Ferries partnered with #HashtagLunchbag in December to bring awareness to the issues of homelessness and hunger in New Providence. The service initiative took place on Saturday, December 17, 2016 and saw a number of our employees collaborating with various civic organisations to prepare lunchbags with sandwiches, fruits, snacks and water for distribution to communities […]

  • Customer Celebration Cruise

    Bahamas Ferries honours valued patrons with annual appreciation cruise

    At Bahamas Ferries, we recognise that we are nothing without our customers. So, it was with great pleasure that we welcomed our valued patrons aboard the Bohengy II for our 2nd Annual Sea Breeze & Honourees Customer Celebration Cruise on December 3rd, 2016. One hundred of our most frequent freight, group and regular passengers attended […]

  • Incident Affecting Bo Hengy III

    A Bahamas Ferries Ltd. vessel: M/V Bo Hengy III, was struck by a rogue wave while on a regularly scheduled service between Harbour Island to Spanish Wells shortly before 4:00 p.m today.  The wave struck the bow of the vessel compromising two of the forward-facing windows of the lower passenger cabin. The impact of the […]