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Ferries
We love ferries and hope you do too. There are passenger-only ferries and passenger-car ferries and even some ferries that carry railway cars. Here are some good websites with ferry information worldwide.

Sometimes the easiest way to find a ferry is just to search the web by entering the port you want to sail from (or the country) and your destination port or country +
ferries.
 

Some Super Ferry Directories

 
About- Car and Passenger Ferries  An excellent list of links to ferry websites worldwide.
 
Dan Youra's Ferry Travel Guide. An excellent list of links to world-wide ferry companies and their schedules organized alphabetically by country or region. His site is as comprehensive as some of the big ferry websites. He has four ferry guides based on locations in the world: Americas Ferries Guide (USA, Canada, Mexico and Latin America), World Ferries Guide, Washington State Ferry Guide, and a Northwest Ferry Guide.
 
Direct Ferries.co.uk  This is a comprehensive website covering ferries throughout Europe including bookings. It also includes the Eurotunnel passenger/car service and the Eurostar passenger service under the English Channel.
 
FerryBroker.com  This website allows you to find out the fares and to book a ferry trip for ferries operating in Europe especially to and from the United Kingdom. 
    
Ferry Lines Around the World. Good list from the countryandcities.com website.
 
Internet Ferry Guide  Passenger, car and freight ferry companies worldwide that have websites are included in an alphabetical list with the countries or regions they cover. Use your Edit (Find on this page) menu option of your browser and type in a country, island or place to find ferry companies that service the location.
   
Travel World - European Ferries.  Extensive coverage of ferries in Europe with the focus on the United Kingdom.
 
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