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Cape May-Lewes Ferry Trips Canceled Due to Ice

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LEWES, Del.- Due to the large accumulation of ice in the Delaware Bay and Cape May canal, officials with the Cape May-Lewes Ferry have canceled trips for Thursday afternoon and evening as well as Friday morning.

The following Thursday departures will not operate: Cape May, N.J., 6 p.m.; and Lewes, Del., 7:45 p.m.

Additionally, according to Delaware River and Bay Authority officials, the first round trip scheduled for Friday is also canceled to allow tug operations time to clear the ice.

Given the current conditions and anticipated frigid temperatures Thursday night, additional departures may also be affected, according to DRBA officials.

Travelers who plan to use the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Friday are urged to call the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Guest Services Center at 800-64-FERRY (800-643-3779), visit www.cmlf.com, or check Facebook or Twitter, @CMLFerry, for the latest departure information.
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