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Fer·ry

(fer'ē),
Erwin S., U.S. physicist, 1868-1956. See: Ferry-Porter law.
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As a result, many ferries were allowed to run to the point of near collapse with unqualified boatmen at the helm.
In March 1988, the company was the low bidder for the Hawaii ferry project with an unusual proposition: Not only would it build and operate a fleet of ferries at no cost to the state, but it would pay for the privilege of running the service--$7,200 over the first eight years.
Some ferries are operated by cables, others by diesel or propane.
In his 2017-18 report, Ouko says Kenya Ferry Services Limited no longer checks the weight of vehicles entering the ferries.
'Over the past 3 years (2016-2018), the number of ferries regularly plying the Budai - Penghu route has risen to nine.
The congestion affected commuters going to work, who forced their way into the three available ferries.LONG QUEUESMotorists and pedestrians seeking to cross the Indian Ocean to the South Coast were forced to queue for long hours to get transport.
Around 8.8m cars travelled by sea last year, according to IRN Ferrystat data published by industry body Discover Ferries.
The MoU was signed by Mahdi bin Mohammed al- Abdwani, CEO of the National Ferries Company and Sheikh Khalil bin Ahmed al- Salmi, Deputy CEO of the ODC.
Brittany Ferries, a ferry service between the UK, France, Ireland and Spain, has announced a suspension of its services from Portsmouth and Plymouth in the UK, to France and Spain, due to a series of industrial actions.
Do you have memories of travelling on any one of the ferries over the year?
Mahdi bin Mohammed Jawad Abduwani, chairman of National Ferries Company said that the operation of the ferries in the Sultanate is a strategic social and economic initiative to facilitate movement of citizens between the different governorates and regions in Oman.