Kings Park, NY - September 19th, 2013 - To better serve the locals and out-of-towners utilizing ferries to get to and from Long Island on a daily basis for both business and leisure activities, LongIsland.com launched a brand new Ferry Schedules Page this month, featuring up to date schedules for all of the ferries that travel to and from LI each day. With multiple ferry companies running multiple lines that change regularly, this new resource is sure to prove vital to anyone who will be traveling to or from Long Island via ferry.
This new resource was created to compliment LongIsland.com's long-established Ferries Directory, which includes all of the contact information and important service details about all of the ferry companies serving Long Island. Such a large amount of information could be daunting to travelers, which is why it only made sense for LongIsland.com to create a comprehensive, easy to read resource for locals to utilize. The Ferry Schedule Page is designed to make traveling to and from Long Island via ferry more simple - allowing travelers to access the information about all of the local ferry lines in one place.
Since its initial launch in 1996, LongIsland.com has been a go-to resource for locals looking to find out more about all that is happening on Long Island, and the site’s regular updates and expansions to content help it continue to thrive. As the site continues to grow in popularity, so it does in information, with new resources, guides, listings, and news being added and updated daily – providing Long Island with comprehensive and accurate detail, no matter what is being searched for. In addition to the new Ferry Schedule Resource, LongIsland.com provides information on the best upcoming events, dining, shopping, and nightlife for LI, as well as the latest local news, insights, and press releases.
The LongIsland.com Ferry Schedule Page is just one of the useful resources available for Long Islanders on the site, which continues to expand daily in order to meet the demands of locals and tourists that are searching for all things Long Island.