The Bridgeport and Port Jefferson Ferry Frequent Floaters Association is a loosely-organized group of maritime commuters dedicated to assisting each other 'navigate' the ferry commute and occasionally celebrate the joys of daily commuting between Port Jefferson, New York, and Bridgeport, Connecticut.
In the Caribbean, you’ll discover a new way of life that is very easygoing and stress free. There, you can take time to enjoy a long walk along the beach, dance to music, relax, escape your busy life, and live by Bobby McFerrin’s motto: Don’t Worry, Be Happy.
Sadly, we don't live in the Caribbean, but we do get to commute on a ferry and enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of Long Island Sound. As a group, the "Frequent Floaters" try to make the best of the commute. One way we do that is by helping our fellow commuters by sharing the helpful commuting information found here. In addition, our group of Frequent Floaters makes the best of our commuting time by working, relaxing, and/or socializing during our daily hour and fifteen-minute cruises. On occasion, the Social Committee organizes onboard celebrations for the major holidays including Christmas, St. Patrick's Day, and of course, Groundhog Day. :)