Reliable Transportation Between La Ceiba & Roatan
In 2006, Roatan Ferry, operated by Safe Way Maritime Transportation, upgraded to a new catamaran yacht – The Galaxy Wave. Designed by Incat Crowther of Australia and built in Louisiana by Gulf Craft, The Galaxy Wave has allowed us to improve speed and passenger capacity to improve the transportation experience for guests from La Ceiba to Roatan and back again.
Roatan Ferry Specifications:
In Service Since:
|Regular class offers 250 seats in the lower air-conditioned cabin.Outside, an additional 150 seats are available on the second level for those who enjoy the outdoors.|
First class passengers can enjoy an excellent view from one of the 60 reclining seats on second floor cabin toward the front of the vessel which have more space, comfort and privacy, this rate includes a soft drink during trip, on-board T.V. and restroom. Beside luggage is tagged separately so passenger may claim it more easily.Both areas offer On board T.V., coffee shop and restrooms for your comfort.
|Four 1,825 horsepower engines with jet propulsion|
|First class seating, inside seating with air conditioning, open air seating, snack & coffee shop, washrooms, LCD TV for passenger entertainment|
Safety is a Priority
Our ferry is one of the most reliable modes of Roatan transportation, and we can assure passengers that all safety precautions have been met for secure crossings from La Ceiba to Roatan.
The Galaxy Wave was built to U.S. Coast Guard specifications and is certified by the Merchant Marine of Honduras. Maintenance is performed by certified CATEP technicians, and boat safety inspections to certify sea worthiness are conducted by the Merchant Marine of Honduras. The Galaxy Wave features all required life saving equipment, including over 600 life vests and 24 life rafts with a capacity of 25 persons each. We do not accept more passengers than the certified boat capacity.
The Galaxy Wave also features modern navigational equipment. Both the captain and first mate of the Roatan Ferry have completed all required training and are certified by the Merchant Marine of Honduras, and the staff have been trained in first aid by the Red Cross of Roatan.