car ferry


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car ferry

[′kär ‚fer·ē]
(naval architecture)
A ferry that is specially designed to carry railroad cars, trucks, or passenger cars.
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An hour more and we are on a small car ferry with a strong motor - the only ferry remaining of dozens that once plied the Yukon River - crossing the swiftly flowing, silt-gray water in less than five minutes and entering Dawson City in early afternoon.
Built at a cost of $2 million, the 406-foot "Midland" was the largest car ferry in the world until the car ferries "Spartan" and "Badger" entered service in 1952 and 1953.
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CTN said in a statement released Saturday that booking for this crossing will start four hours before the departure of the car ferry from Goulette Port.
This modern car ferry offers a quick, comfortable convenient way to reach the south of Ireland.
The 51,000-tonne Ulysses, the world's largest car ferry, returned to her Dublin - Holyhead run.
Can you tell me whether there is a car ferry service and if so what would be the journey time and the cost?
A YACHT that had a near miss or collision with a car ferry was the same yacht that sank costing three men their lives, a court heard yesterday.
The former car ferry, the Africa Mercy, is being refitted at the A&P Tyne Yard at Hebburn.
The Red Funnel car ferry, which transports vehi-cles and passengers between Cowes, on the Isle of Wight, and Southampton hit the Link Span ramp at Southampton Docks as it was docking at 4.
More than 200 holidaymakers hoping to sail to Arran were left stranded at Ardrossan after being unable to board the car ferry due to so many people trying to get on to the island.
IRISH Ferries's giant new cruise ferry Ulysses, the world's largest car ferry, has completed its first year of operations on the Dublin-Holyhead route.