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Cargo ferry between Costa Rica, El Salvador to start in July

MOPT estimates a one-way trip will take about 16 hours, compared to the current driving time of up to five days by road.

New ferry to connect Costa Rica-El Salvador starting in January

A new cargo ferry will begin operating in January between Costa Rica and El Salvador, cutting the travel time down to 16 hours compared to the current two to five days.

Angry protest shuts down Puntarenas-Paquera ferry

The popular Gulf of Nicoya car ferry connecting Puntarenas and Paquera — a major gateway for both tourists and locals between the mainland and Nicoya Peninsula — was shut down Wednesday because of strikes and protests by people in Paquera demanding better roads.

Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo to restart on Sunday

Pending security inspections, ferry services would restart at 6:30 a.m. leaving from Puntarenas and at 8 a.m. leaving from Playa Naranjo.

Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo will resume by Holy Week, MOPT promises

Strong winds and a choppy sea destroyed the bridge and dock ramp to access the ferry in Playa Naranjo on March 8, forcing ferry owner Coonatramar to suspend the service.

Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo to resume in 3 weeks

Permanent repairs to the ferry access infrastructure in Puntarenas could take up to two months. A temporary fix should be ready in three weeks.

Tambor ferry back on schedule

After a month of preventative maintenance, the Tambor II ferry is back to its normal number of trips across Costa Rica's Nicoya Gulf.

Puntarenas ferry to close for seven days on Wednesday

Workers will dredge near ferry docks, affecting an estimated 10,000 would-be passengers during the week.

Nicoya Ferry Fees Raised Again

The fee hike comes only one month after the Paquera Ferry raised its prices.

Prices Raised for Automobile Transport on Nicoya Peninsula’s Paquera Ferry

The price for passengers taking the Paquera ferry will remain the same; ¢810 for adults and ¢485 for children under the age of 12.

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