Roatan Island offers both scheduled and charter air service as well as regularly scheduled ferry service to and from its largest community of Coxen Hole.
From North America, several airlines offer either direct or connecting service to Roatan’s international airport, Aeropuerto Juan Ramon Galvez, located in the town of Coxen Hole.
From Europe, several U.S. airlines offer connecting service via the U.S.A. and Central America to Roatan’s international airport, Aeropuerto Juan Ramon Galvez, located in the town of Coxen Hole. Flights are operated by United Airlines www.united.com , Delta Airlines www.delta.com , US Airways www.usairways.com and TACA Airlines www.taca.com
From Central America, TACA Regional Airlines www.taca.com operates non-stop and connecting service to major centres in Central America, South America and the USA. Aerolineas Sosa www.aerolineasosahn.com operates non-stop and connecting flights from major centres in Honduras, including San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa and Le Ceiba.
Travel Note - When leaving Roatan, departures taxes are collected. For international destinations expect to pay approximately L$650 ($34 USD) while domestic destinations cost approximately L$30 ($1.50 USD)
TJ Lynch's video blog takes you through a tour of Roatan's International Airport:
Scheduled high speed passenger ferry service operates daily from Le Ceiba, Honduras to Dixon Cove, Roatan. The trip takes approximately 1 ¼ hours one way. Roatan: (504) 445-1795 La Ceiba: (504) 414-5739.
Catamaran sail trips connect passengers between West End on Roatan Island to the neighbouring island of Utila. The trip takes approximately four hours one way. Galaxy Wave Ferry Schedule.
Barefoot Cay Marina offers 780 linear feet of dock space with side-tie moorage, and can accommodate yachts of any length with up to a 9 foot draft. The cay and shore-side marinas feature concrete construction with stout cleats.
Roatan’s newest marina, located on the popular North West Side of Roatan. Island vessels are moored to a modern dock with 24-hour security. Because of the way the marina is situated, Gibson Bight Marina is the only marina on the west side of Roatan that can afford protection from tropical storms and hurricanes.