Welcome to the modern-day version of Key West’s Ferry. A while back I wrote a blog about the historic Bight Ferry Terminal At Flagler Station and now will update you on its current resident.
Pictured to the left is the Key West Express, the last remnant of a vast array of ferrys that once traveled up and down the Keys. Now relegated to duties shuttling customers back and forth from Marco Island, Naples & Key West. On the outside is a loading platform/ramp that rivals no other, it’s a double-decker three-tiered covered walkway that is a site of wonder all on its own. The ferry terminal on the inside is exactly like an airport complete with security check points, those blue connected cushioned seats, a ticket counter complete with arrival and departure times.
You can find this last standing dinosaur in the area of town known as Harbor Walk. I assure you that this is indeed a beautiful site with or without a docked ferry.