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Question 1: A passenger ferry with many stops, such as in ________, is sometimes called a water bus or water taxi.
RomeGenoaVeniceItaly

Question 2: The ferry shown right is ferry MV Magogoni used in ________.
RwandaTanzaniaMozambiqueKenya

Question 3: ________ ferries (RORO) are large, conventional ferries named for the ease by which vehicles can board and leave.
CruiseferryRoll-on/roll-offFerryContainerization

Question 4: A cruiseferry is a ship that combines the features of a ________ with a RoRo ferry.
Passenger shipCruise shipOcean linerTrain ferry

Question 5: Some ferries in Sydney, Australia and ________ are also double-ended.
AlbertaCanadaOntarioBritish Columbia

Question 6: ________ carries travellers between Vancouver Island and the British Columbia mainland on the country's west coast.
MV Mill BayBC FerriesC class ferryCoastal class ferry

Question 7: In Australia, two Spirit of Tasmania ferries carry passengers and vehicles 300 kilometres across ________, which separates Tasmania from the Australian mainland.
Great Australian BightPacific OceanTasman SeaBass Strait

Question 8: In many ways, these ferries are like ________, but they can also carry hundreds of cars on car decks.
Passenger shipOcean linerCruise shipTrain ferry

Question 9: Sydney Ferries in Sydney, Australia operates 31 passenger ferries in ________ (Sydney Harbour), carrying 18 million passengers annually.
Port JacksonPort StephensBotany BayBroken Bay

Question 10: In 2008, ________ launched three of the largest double-ended ferries in the world.
MV Mill BayBC FerriesCoastal class ferryC class ferry







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