The plural of ferry is ferries.
A ferry is a type of watercraft used to transport people, vehicles, or goods across bodies of water, such as rivers, lakes, or even oceans. Ferries typically operate on established routes and schedules, providing a means of transportation for commuters, travelers, or cargo. They come in different sizes and designs, ranging from small passenger ferries to large car ferries capable of transporting vehicles and passengers. Ferries play a crucial role in connecting islands, facilitating transportation in coastal areas, and offering an alternative mode of travel.