Tag: Ferry Service

MV Malali ferry service reintroduced to Fort Island after 13 years

MV Malali ferry service reintroduced to Fort Island after 13 years

- September 1, 2022

-a boost for agriculture, tourism After a 13-year hiatus, residents of Fort Island, Region Three are now benefitting from the ... Read More

Three new wharfs for Region One to aid economic development

Three new wharfs for Region One to aid economic development

- March 4, 2022

Residents of Region One (Barima-Waini) will benefit from the rehabilitation of three wharfs, which are expected to aid economic transformation ... Read More

Guyana/Suriname Travel Advisory

Guyana/Suriname Travel Advisory

- February 18, 2021

The Ministry of Public Works and the Canawaima Ferry Service Inc. are pleased to announce the resumption of a regular ... Read More

Resumption of Guyana/Suriname ferry to be discussed at diplomatic level

Resumption of Guyana/Suriname ferry to be discussed at diplomatic level

- January 13, 2021

Minister of Public Works, Hon. Bishop Juan Edghill says the resumption of the Guyana/Suriname ferry service to be discussed at ... Read More

Ferry services modified to facilitate increased goods, food transport

- April 16, 2020

—Leguan, Wakenaam, Supenaam, Bartica ferry schedules change — no more than 200 passengers allowed per trip DPI, Guyana, Thursday, April ... Read More

Restoration of Guyana-Suriname ferry service

- September 28, 2019

September 28, 2019 - The news about the restart of operations of the Guyana-Suriname ferry service has been greeted with ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

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