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The town of Roatan, founded in 1872, is located on the island of the same name in the Caribbean Sea, 30 nautical miles off the Honduran coast. It is the largest of the Bay Islands and has an airport and a port from which the ferry to La Ceiba leaves.

Since the 16th century the island passed from Spanish to English control and vice versa until in 1861 the Government of Honduras and the Government of the United Kingdom signed a treaty to restore the Bay Islands to Honduras.

With beaches of fine white sand bathed by the transparent waters of the Caribbean and dotted with coconut palms, the island of Roatan is 90% covered by forest and mangroves. The activity by excellence of its visitors is the scuba diving, and there is a barrier reef with great biodiversity. It is undoubtedly the best place to dive in all of Central America.

Below you can find all the Roatan ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.

Roatan Routes

Ferries to and from Roatan

Roatan Island Ferry offers a wide variety of services and facilities. On board the Galaxy Wave you will enjoy beautiful views and a smooth journey.

Roatan port facilities

Roatan ferry terminal is located in the centre of the island, on the main road in Dixon Cove.

While waiting for the ferry you can enjoy some services and facilities such as a coffee shop, a cafe-restaurant that sells snacks, breakfast and lunch and that only accepts cash (dollars or lempiras). There is also an ATM cash machine, TV, toilets, waiting area with air conditioning, outdoor waiting area and free parking area.

About Roatan

The town of Roatan, founded in 1872, is located on the island of the same name in the Caribbean Sea, 30 nautical miles off the Honduran coast. It is the largest of the Bay Islands and has an airport and a port from which the ferry to La Ceiba leaves.

Since the 16th century the island passed from Spanish to English control and vice versa until in 1861 the Government of Honduras and the Government of the United Kingdom signed a treaty to restore the Bay Islands to Honduras.

With beaches of fine white sand bathed by the transparent waters of the Caribbean and dotted with coconut palms, the island of Roatan is 90% covered by forest and mangroves. The activity by excellence of its visitors is the scuba diving, and there is a barrier reef with great biodiversity. It is undoubtedly the best place to dive in all of Central America.

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