The Fleet

 

Islander

MV Islander
  • Passenger / Vehicle drive on - drive off ferry.
  • Capable of carrying up to 450 passengers.
  • Length 90 feet, breadth 38 feet, depth 7 feet.
  • Built in 1983, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Propulsion: Twin Detroit Diesels
  • Horsepower: 700





South Bass

MV South Bass
  • Passenger / Vehicle drive on - drive off ferry.
  • Capable of carrying up to 500 passengers.
  • Length 96 feet, breadth 38 feet, depth 7 feet.
  • Built in 1989, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Propulsion: Twin 3412 DITA Caterpillars
  • Horsepower: 1,240 




William Market

MV Wm Market
  • Passenger / Vehicle drive on - drive off ferry.
  • Capable of carrying up to 500 passengers.
  • Length 96 feet, breadth 38 feet, depth 7 feet.
  • Built in 1993, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
  • Propulsion: Twin 3412 DITA Caterpillars
  • Horsepower: 1,300

Put-in-Bay

MV Put-in-Bay
  • Passenger / Vehicle drive on - drive off ferry.
  • Capable of carrying up to 500 passengers.
  • Length 96 feet, breadth 38 feet, depth 7 feet.
  • Built in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
  • Propulsion: Twin 3412 DITA Caterpillars
  • Horsepower: 1,300





Put-in-Bay Extension


Put-in-Bay extendedDuring the fall/winter of 2009 and 2010, the 96 foot long vessel Put-in-Bay was serviced at Great Lakes Shipyard, Cleveland, Ohio, where a 40 foot steel midsection was fabricated and added to the ferry. Her vehicle capacity grew from about 18 vehicles to approximately 26 vehicles.

Put-in-Bay Schedule & Fares

One Way Fares:

Adult
Child (6-11yrs.)
Child (under 6yrs.)
Bicycle
Car*

$ 7.00
$ 1.50
Free
$ 2.00
$ 15.00

*Does not include passengers

View Departure Schedule

Middle Bass Schedule & Fares

One Way Fares:

Adult
Child (6-11yrs.)
Child (under 6yrs.)
Bicycle
Car*

$ 9.50
$ 3.00
Free
$ 3.00
$ 21.50

*Does not include passengers

Middle Bass Vehicles require reservations View Departure Schedule

Island Events

Pumpkin Carving Contest

Thursday, October 23

Halloween at the Bay

Saturday, October 25

What's Open at Put-in-Bay?

Through October 26 Put-in-Bay Middle Bass Island
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