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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In 1930, Elfving added his third car ferry, named - not surprisingly - Tourist No.
The car ferry Eleftherios Venizelos departed Kos on Wednesday and stopped at several other islands to pick up more Syrians on the voyage to the mainland.
Built in Finland in 2001, Ulysses is the largest roll-on/ roll-off car ferry measured by vehicle capacity, with space for 1,342 cars and 240 trucks.
A Wightlink Wight World ticket costs PS61 for a family of four including a day-return car ferry crossing and entry to the Steam Railway.
return car ferry travel ex-Portsmouth or Lymington April 19.
TUNIS (TAP) - The Tunisian Navigation Company (CTN), which has just taken delivery of the new ship "Tanit" that landed June 16 in Goulette Port, has received proposals to turn "El Habib" car ferry into a floating hotel or a training school for naval officers, company officials suggested at a press conference held Friday.
I WAS waiting for the Isle Of Wight car ferry to dock at Portsmouth when the phone rang.
Department of the Interior placed the 410-foot car ferry on the list last year.
Singer Whitney Houston was forced to ditch the trappings of stardom in favour of a car ferry across the Irish Sea to perform in Dublin, it was revealed today.
Summary: A premature baby born on a car ferry in the English Channel has been airlifted to hospital with her mother.
The car ferry, which was sailing from Stranraer to Belfast, went down in a storm after a huge wave crashed through the car deck doors.
The Senopati Nusantara car ferry had 628 people on board when it sank late on December 29 in the Java Sea after being pounded by heavy waves for several hours on a voyage from the Indonesian section of Borneo island to Java.