Jean Ribault Photos

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 Capt. Fenner, an engineer, and three deckhands work a seven-hour shift and make 28 round trips. The 0.9 miles voyage crosses the Saint Johns River about 2.5 miles inland of the river’s mouth.  

Deckhand  Zach Wood directs traffic into predesigned lanes. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

Deckhand Zach Wood directs traffic into predesigned lanes. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

Jerri Greek collects the $6 toll from cars and $1 from pedestrians. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

Jerri Greek collects the $6 toll from cars and $1 from pedestrians. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

Leaving Mayport dock. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

Leaving Mayport dock. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

Capt. Wayne Fenner steers to Ft.  George Island landing. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

Capt. Wayne Fenner steers to Ft. George Island landing. Photo credit: Karen Gardner

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