In a story tiled Rockaway Ferry To Make Additional Stop At Brooklyn's Sunset Park NY1 reports that the ferry will begin making stops at Sunset Park. Our nabe had ferry service right after 911 happened and then the subsidies ran out. You can see a video report at the site. According to the story..
"Beginning Monday, the Rockaway Ferry will be making a new stop at Brooklyn's Sunset Park.
It's part of a pilot program extending service to the 58th Street Pier, at least through Labor Day.
The announcement comes as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to disrupt R train service for more than a year so that post-storm repairs can be made to the Montague Street tunnel, which connects Brooklyn to Manhattan.
That work is scheduled to begin this Friday."
The 58th street pier for those new to the nabe has an entrance right by the front gate of the old Army Terminal. How long the service will last is anybody's guess though...
CORRECTION: The Daily News reports the return is only for one month while they repair the R subway line.