The port of Algeciras (Cádiz) will require that passengers who are going to cross the Strait on the line with Ceuta have their tickets closed with the intention of avoiding crowds to guarantee interpersonal distance.
In a statement, the port of Ceuta has reported that the Algeciras-Ceuta line has been operating normally since last Monday for passengers and vehicles, after the service has been suspended for the last three months by covid-19.
In that period, the line has guaranteed the supply to the Autonomous City from the Peninsula with the transfer of more than 2,500 trucks with merchandise.
From this week and with the end of the State of Alarm, the shipping companies of the Strait resume and reinforce the usual service between Algeciras and Ceuta with up to 12 daily rotations from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Since Sunday, more than 3,500 people have shipped to Ceuta.
Clients must arrive at the port of Algeciras with a closed ticket, thus attending to the recommendations to minimize the risk of contagion by covid-19 in the reopening of passenger traffic set out in the guide of the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (Mitma ).
Therefore, as of July 1, the ticket cannot be purchased at the Maritime Station, and it is advisable to arrive at the venue with a boarding pass in electronic form.
The Port Authority of the Bay of Algeciras will limit access to the interior of the Maritime Station of the Port of Algeciras to passengers who are going to board, so they must show the ticket before entering the terminal.