Over 150 years ago, the ferry system on Casco Bay transported summer visitors on wooden steamers with coal fired engines. Today, our fleet of steel-hulled, diesel-powered vessels have high-tech safety and navigation systems. These ferries serve as the lifeline for island residents and welcome visitors, transporting over one million passengers every year. Each is unique and plays an important role in our operations.

Wabanaki

Wabanaki
Capacity: 398 passengers Gross Tonnage: 56
Length: 110 feet Beam: 32 feet
Draft: 6.5 feet Engine: 2 Caterpillar Diesel Engines
Top Speed: 12.5 knots Year Built: 2013
Built By: Blount Marine
Warren, Rhode Island
Designed By: Seaworthy Systems/Rolls Royce

Aucocisco III

Aucocisco
Capacity: 399 passengers Gross Tonnage: 56
Length: 110 feet Beam: 32 feet
Draft: 6.5 feet Engines: 2 Detroit Diesel Series 60
Top Speed: 12.5 knots Year Built: 2005
Built By: Steiner Shipyard
Bayou LaBatre, Alabama
Designed By: Seaworthy Systems
Essex, Connecticut

Machigonne II

Machigonne
Capacity: 399 passengers, 12 vehicles Gross Tonnage: 88
Length: 122 feet Beam: 37 feet
Draft: 8 feet Engines: 2 Caterpillar
Top Speed: 10.5 knots Year Built: 1987
Built By: Blount Marine
Warren, Rhode Island
Designed By: Blount Marine
Warren, Rhode Island

Maquoit II

Maquoit
Capacity: 399 passengers, 1 vehicle Gross Tonnage: 93
Length: 98 feet Beam: 32 feet
Draft: 7.5 feet Engines: 2 Detroit Diesel Series 60
Top Speed: 10.5 knots Year Built: 1994
Built By: Washburn & Doughty
East Boothbay, Maine
Designed By: Maurice Napier
Arbroath, Scotland

Bay Mist

CBL-117
Capacity: 297 passengers Gross Tonnage: 95
Length: 85 feet Beam: 32 feet
Draft: 6 feet Engines: 2 Detroit Diesel V871
Top Speed: 10 knots Year Built: 1985
Built By: Blount Marine
Warren, Rhode Island
Designed By: Blount Marine
Warren, Rhode Island