I took this ferry in July, from Road Town to Virgin Gorda on a Sunday afternoon in July. Things were fine on the way over, but the return trip was a nightmare. After boarding a huge group of cricket revelers began packing the boat. Many were drunk. They all made a move for the top deck, which was quickly over-occupied. Regardless of where people situated themselves, there were just too many people on board. On the return trip to Road Town, the ferry nearly toppled over two or three times. It was awful. There were so many small children on board. There was no evidence of floatation devices. The ferry operators were negligent in allowing the top deck to get so packed, which knocked the boat out of balance, and, in general, allowing too many people to get on the boat in general. There are other ferries to Virgin Gorda -- take them.
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