As the ice-bound Cape May-Lewes Ferry remained docked for a sixth day on Tuesday, an ice breaker was on the job attempting to clear a path to allow service to resume.
But there was some good news as the tug boat ice breaker worked at the ferry’s Cape May Terminal, focusing on the iced-over Cape May Canal which leads from the Delaware Bay to the ferry’s dock.
Late Tuesday, ferry officials announced that at least one roundtrip was planned to go ahead on Wednesday. That would be the Cape May departure at 2:30 p.m. and the 4:15 p.m. departure from Lewes.
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Source: NJ.com Cape May