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I want to go from Venezuela (Guiria) to Trinidad by boat. Unfortunately I can't find any detailed information about prices and so on. The only thing I could find is that the boat leaves from Guiria in Venezuela every Wednesday.

Is there anyone who has some more information?

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There a ferry mentioned on the Rome2Rio site which also mentioned that the tickets for the ferry can be bought on Pier1TT, which appears to be in the process of upgrading, so they give a phone number to call.

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I was able to phone the ferry agency. A one-way ticket is about 6,500 Bolivares Fuertes (including taxes) (USD $1,035, EUR €755). Round-trip has a cost of about 13,000 Bolivares Fuertes. (USD $2,070, EUR €1,515)

But a flight (for example from Margarita Island) is much cheaper. A Round-trip from Margarita Island to Port of Spain is about 5,000 Bolivares Fuertes (USD $795, EUR €580). One-way is about 3,000 Bolivares Fuertes. (USD $475, EUR €350)

(Prices: Dec. 2013)

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Ferry service has been discontinued from Chaguaramas (Trinidad) to Guiria (Venezuela) as of June 1st 2014...

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OOPS, a bit of humor from above!! Someone slipped a digit, or two, here. The Ferry isn't U.S.$2,000+. It's closer to U.S.$200. round trip. (The poster confused TT$ with U.S.$, or slipped a digit in her conversions.) Or the prices have dropped ~90% in a year.....not!!

TSE21942 example

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Do you have a source for these lower prices? It would be good to confirm it one way or the other! – Gagravarr Aug 23 '14 at 5:36
@Gagravarr See here. – pnuts Feb 20 at 20:57
Interesting. Wrong information +4, correct information gets downvoted. – pnuts Feb 20 at 23:03

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