This page will describe remaining ferries in Georgia.
Summary: Total: 4 passenger; Longest: 8 miles; Shortest: 4 miles
Cumberland Island Ferry (passengers only): Along St. Marys River and across Cumberland Sound, from St. Marys to Cumberland Island; daily; $9.50? adults; 7 miles; 45 minutes; Cumberland Queen. (912) 882-4335 (Camden County)
Greyfield Ferry: Private ferry from Fernandina Beach across Cumberland Sound to Greyfield Inn on Cumberland Island, GA; 3 times a day; dock in downtown Fernandina Beach is at end of Ash Street ("D" Dock) (west from SR 200); 8 miles. (Camden County)
Little St. Simons Island Ferry (passenger): Private ferry from Hampton River Club Marina on the north end of St. Simons Island; "From Brunswick, cross F. J. Torras (St. Simons) Causeway to St. Simons Island. Go left on Sea Island Road. At Frederica Road, go left (north). At fork, go right on Lawrence Road and follow signs to Hampton River Club Marina. The ferry departs at 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. daily"; 4 miles; 10 minutes. (Glynn County)
Sapelo Island ferry (passengers only?): From Meridian to Sapelo Island; ? miles; To reach dock in Meridian: "ferry dock is located 7.5 miles northeast of Darien, Georgia off Georgia Highway 99" (southeast of Meridian); buy tickets in Meridian?; weekdays 8:30 a.m., returning at 12:30 p.m. and departing again at 5:30. Saturdays departures are at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.; Also, SouthEast Adventure Outfitters of St. Simons Island offers a ferry to Sapelo Island and a tour that includes the lighthouse. Call (912) 638-6732 for details; 7 miles; 30 minutes; Sapelo Island Reserve. 912-437-3224? (McIntosh County)
Cottonton-Omaha ferry (autos): Discontinued after 1975?; crossed Lake Eufaula (Chattahoochee River) between Cottonton, AL and Omaha, GA. (Stewart County)