Get Ready For Your Nautical Adventure!
Traveling via the Key West Express is truly the best way to get to Key West. You’ll enjoy air-conditioned interiors, several exterior sun decks, plus couches, tables, and reclining airline-style seating. There’s even a full-service galley, full-service bar, and flat screen TVs with satellite television to watch during the duration of the ride. This is not just a ferry to Key West, it’s the Key West Express. We make getting to Key West half the fun!
Ferry Schedule and Departures Locations
We have two southwest Florida locations that can quickly and conveniently take you to Key West — Ft. Myers Beach and Marco Island. View our Sailing Calendar to find the best cruise dates for you and your party. For more information about departure times, your cruising experience, and what you need for your journey, please click here to view the Your Experience page.
- Ft. Myers Beach to Key West: 7:00 am to 8:00 am, departs 8:30 am
- Marco Island to Key West: 7:00 am to 8:00 am, departs 8:30 am
- Key West to Ft. Myers Beach: 5:00 pm to 5:30 pm, departs 6:00 pm
- Key West to Marco Island: 4:00 pm to 4:30 pm, departs 5:00 pm
Boarding and departure times subject to change.
Whether you’re going to Key West for a day or a week, there’s plenty to do. But, before you get there, here is some additional information to make finding our terminal, boarding times and items needed for check-in, easier.
Key West Express Terminal Locations
Needed For Boarding
- Valid Government issued Photo Id
- Key West Express Booking Confirmation Number or printed boarding passes
Destination Key West
It’s not often that a place can be known for both relaxation and a lively nightlife, but Key West, just two-miles wide by four-miles long, can claim that title. Key West is famous for watersports, culturally vibrant festivals, gorgeous beaches and historic sites. A visit to Key West wouldn’t be complete without experiencing Duval Street, one of the most energetic strips of shops, bars and people watching in the world. As the southernmost point in the United States, it’s actually closer to Cuba than the mainland of Florida. When you’re there, you’ll feel like you’re in another world- and you’ll love it! America’s Caribbean is waiting.