Atlantic Coast

Starting at the Statue of Liberty and winding up at free-wheeling Key West, these almost 2,000 miles of roadway run within earshot—if not sight—of the Atlantic Ocean.

Cape May-Lewes Ferry

Running between the tip of the New Jersey shore and the heart of the Delaware coast, the Cape May-Lewes Ferry carries cars and passengers on a relaxing ride across the mouth of Delaware Bay. The trip ranges in cost depending upon day and season (summer weekends being most expensive), from about $27 to $45 each way for a car and one passenger, plus fees for each additional passenger. Schedules change seasonally, with boats leaving about every two hours in summer and every three hours in winter. Crossings take about 90 minutes, and if the seas are calm you can often see porpoises playing in the swells.

Call for up-to-date times and other ferry information (800/643-3779). Reservations ($10 extra) are a very good idea at peak travel times and should be made at least one day in advance.

Cape May-Lewes Ferry