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Chester-Hadlyme Ferry


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The Chester-Hadlyme Ferry is a seasonal ferry service that crosses the Connecticut River between the town of Chester, Connecticut, and the village of Hadlyme. It is the second oldest continuously operating ferry service in the state of Connecticut and is a designated state historical landmark. The ferry, named Selden III, is a 65-foot-long diesel-run vessel that can accommodate 8 to 9 cars and 49 passengers. The ferry operates from April 1 through November 30, with varying operating hours and fees depending on the day of the week. The Chester-Hadlyme Ferry provides a convenient, direct link between Chester and Hadlyme at Route 1482, and is a popular choice for tourists visiting attractions such as Gillette’s Castle in Hadlyme.

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Chester-Hadlyme Ferry

Chester, CT 06412