The history of Neuman's Ferry


Vessels To Have Served
Neuman Kelleys Island Ferry


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Name Registry No. Served Length Beam Draft
Alton U.S. 203057 1907-1910 43.1' 9.3' 3.5'
The Alton - Neuman Cruise & Ferry Line's First Boat Gasoline powered wooden launch, indicated horsepower 16. Built in 1905 in Sandusky by Joseph Pouliot (Lake Erie Drydock Co.) for James S. Hanson, Sandusky, Ohio. Purchased by John P. Neuman in 1907 and sold in 1910 to Worthy R. Brown of Lakeside, Ohio
Reliance U.S. 208862 1911-1920 51.7' 15.0' 3.0'
Cupid U.S. 108749 1917-1918 45.6' 12.0' ]4.3'
Ida L II U.S. 210012 1919-1920 55.3' 12.0' 5.0'
Messenger U.S. 221433 1921-1947 65.0' 15.8' 4.0'
Mascot U.S. 225031 1925-1955 65.0' 15.2' 5.5'
Commuter U.S. 248189 1945-1959 65.0' 24.0' 7.5'
Challenger U.S. 252623 1947-1993 70.0' 25.0' 8.0'
Corsair U.S. 269660 1955-1986 65.0' 33.0' 6.0'
Commuter U.S. 281744 1960- 65.0' 33.0' 6.0'
Kelley Islander U.S. 520828 1969- 100.0' 34.7' 6.5'
Endeavor U.S. 910697 1987- 101.0' 34.6' 6.0'






Neuman's Kelleys Island Ferry
Foot of Frances Street
Marblehead, Ohio 43440
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