I've taken a number of trips on the ferry. It is always a treat. I was
detailed to the DC area and visited my parents in South NJ on weekends, and
driving I95 was like a scene out of Ben Herr and the races. Even driving along
South NJ highways can be a challenge.My only reservation about the
drive from Annapolis to Lewis was the lack of adequate roads. I enjoy driving
through the small towns and stopping along the way, but the route is at best a
zig azg affair. Trying to make a schedule can be tricky.If out for
a nice ride, I would encourage you to give it a try. You won't be
I have taken that ferry quite a few times going back and forth to see customers.
It sure beat driving from the Jersey shore all the way to DC and then down
through Fredericksburg and Richmond to get back home. Between that and the
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, the commute time is shortened greatly. And in
that hour and half across the Delaware Bay, you can take a break from driving.