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Aboard the 1890 ferryboat Eureka, Hyde Street Pier, S.F. Shopkins Live: Shop it Up 6:30 p.m. Thurs.
When Northam was born in 1959, the area was connected to the rest of Virginia only by ferryboats; the 20-mile Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel linked the region to Norfolk in 1964.
Now the Rudin family is tweaking that rule, adding another mode of transportation—a ferryboat.
When Northam was born in 1959, the area was connected to the rest of Virginia only by ferryboats
Here’s today’s trivia: QUESTION: What was the name of the old ferryboat that was supposed to be converted into a floating shopping mall and movie theater in Ocean City?
The ferryboats ply the waterways of the Seven Seas Lagoon from the dock at the center to the dock near the front entrance of the Magic Kingdom.
After arriving in a ferryboat festooned in bunting, with big-band jazz blaring from the shoreline, Mayor Bill de Blasio made an announcement on Monday that New York City’s new ferry service would soon begin.
Water taxis, ferryboats and private craft buzzed about the harbor loaded with visitors.
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