|Waterway||San Juan Bay|
Cataño ⇆ Old San Juan|
Old San Juan ⇆ Hato Rey
AcuaExpreso Cataño Terminal|
AcuaExpreso San Juan Terminal
AcuaExpreso Hato Rey Terminal
|Authority||Maritime Transport Authority|
|Travel time||7–18 minutes|
|Frequency||60 departures per day|
|Daily ridership||1,000–4,000 passengers per day|
|Yearly ridership||about 1 million passengers per year|
- Cataño ⇆ Old San Juan on the Cataño Ferry docking at the AcuaExpreso Cataño Terminal in Cataño on the route's southwestern point and at the AcuaExpreso San Juan Terminal in Pier 2 of the San Juan Port in Old San Juan on the route's northeastern point, and
- Old San Juan ⇆ Hato Rey docking at AcuaExpreso San Juan Terminal in Pier 2 of the San Juan Port on the route's northwestern point and at the AcuaExpreso Hato Rey Terminal in Hato Rey on the route's southeastern point nearby the Coliseum of Puerto Rico.
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The ferries cross the San Juan Bay with its services running from mornings to evenings seven days a week as the weather and maritime conditions permit. Although the service is heavily used by tourists, its primary purpose is to serve as a transportation hub for those who live nearby Cataño but work in San Juan, and as a transportation hub for the Coliseum of Puerto Rico.
- "Ruta de Acuaexpreso de Hato Rey reanuda operaciones". Primera Hora (in Spanish). March 1, 2012. Retrieved December 27, 2012.
- Galán, Daniel (April 26, 2009). "New Passenger Ferry Boat Terminal for Cataño Ferry" (PDF). Department of Natural and Environmental Resources of Puerto Rico. Retrieved December 27, 2012.
- "Tarifas y Horarios" (in Spanish). Puerto Rico Maritime Transport Authority, Department of Transportation and Public Works of Puerto Rico. Retrieved December 27, 2012.