Help Support The Astoria Ferry: "Tourist No. 2"

Built in Astoria in 1924, 98' in length, with 3 decks.  She carried 20 cars and 155 passengers, making the 30 minute trip across the river for $1.00.

The Tourst No. 2 operated as a ferry for 70 years, with 4 years as a mine-layer during WWII at the mouth of the great Columbia River.  She continued service after the war as an Astoria ferry, until the opening of the Astoria/Megler Bridge in 1966.

For more information please click on any of the links below (OH! & get a free poster if you go and visit Dave at Ratz & Co. who, by the way, designed the poster for this historic event):

FB Page:  www.facebook.com/astoriaferryboat

KOIN6 News Story:  www.koin.com/2016/08/03/historic-ferry-returns-to-astoria-as-tourist-attraction

Astoria Ferry Official Website:  www.astoriaferry.com/contribute.html

Ferry "Go Fund Me" Site:  www.gofundme.com/astoriaferry

David B. McMacken