Ferries from Around the World

A collection of ferry transport from around the world.

Rainy view out the window of our ferry to the Aran Island of Inisheer, the Queen of Aran. (Ireland)Rainy view out the window of our ferry to the Aran Island of Inisheer, the Queen of AranThe Queen of the North ferry departs from Prince Rupert at 6 o’clock in the morning, a little too early for some passengers including me. If I had thought about it I would have bundled up in a sleeping bag too.On the Queen of the North ferry departing from Prince Rupert a little too early for some passengersThe ferry on Inle Lake was smaller than we expected and somehow we had to get our bikes on there too! (Myanmar)The Ferry on Our Inle Lake Bike TripOne of the free ferries that cross the river in Amsterdam, packed with passengers, bikes and the occasional scooter (Holland).One of the free ferries that cross the river in Amsterdam, HollandWaiting to arrive on the ferry to Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, USA.
waiting to arrive on the ferry to Port TownsendThe Harbour Ferry in Victoria on Vancouver Island, Canada.
The Harbour Ferry in Victoria on Vancouver Island, CanadaIt’s a tad crowded on a Bangkok ferry that goes up and down the Chao Phraya River as part of the city’s well-used public transportation system. A tad crowded on a Bangkok ferryEven this ferry worker is wearing the yellow and blue of the Swedish flagThe car deck on a ferry to Sweden is painted the yellow and blue of the Swedish flagMore of Frank’s Photo Challenge: Transport.

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