World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides
Susan Alcorn of Oakland, CA, planned an entire vacation around a ferry ride—although, granted, this isn’t your average ferry. She still gets poetic when she recalls that 800-mile voyage through Chile’s Patagonian fjords: “Dolphins jumping alongside the boat and red-orange sunsets illuminating narrow inlets and weathered wooden houses in Puerto Natales.”Savoring the unobstructed scenery, taking time to relax, and going back and forth at a pleasant pace give ferries big appeal among travelers…
First Arrival of Summer Ferry
It was Memorial Day weekend of 1965, and this was the first arrival in Block Island, RI, of the summer ferry, the M. V. Quonset, which ran from Galilee, RI.