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Fer·ry

(fer'ē),
Erwin S., U.S. physicist, 1868-1956. See: Ferry-Porter law.
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Although a ceiling price has been set at $20 per adult for an all day, "hop-on, hop-off" ticket, the ferry operator may charge lower rates.
The electric ferry generates no diesel exhaust odor, and its motors make no noise.
A decision on the future of the Wirral terminals and a new ferry could be made in the first half of next year, as the organisation moves to remodel the ferries as a leisure activity, as opposed to a commuter service.
1 Ferry refined: Millions have been invested to ensure your holiday starts the minute you get on board.
A lot of people used to avoid Masirah as there was no proper ferry service between the two places.
Nexus already owns a huge amount of old photographs of the iconic cross-Tyne ferry service from down the years, and many of these are already on display on the Ferry's Facebook site, www.
Of course, the ferry has seen many incarnations over the years.
Varna Ferry has been established in Bulgaria's Black Sea city Varna by Navigation Maritime Bulgare, the major Bulgarian maritime operator, and Bulgarian River Shipping, the major Bulgarian Danube River shipping company.
The ferries became famous worldwide in 1964 when Gerry and the Pacemakers released Ferry Cross the Mersey, written by Gerry Marsden.
Ferry was born to Rita Ferry and the late Robert Ferry, Sr.
AS airport hassles intensify and even budget airline fares creep inexorably upwards, the ferry firms which carry travellers out of Britain aim to sharply increase their market share in 2008, by keeping prices low and offering a more relaxing way to go.