MV Intintoli

The MV Intintoli is a passenger ferry boat belonging to the San Francisco Bay Ferry fleet. It typically serves the Vallejo – San Francisco Ferry route.

It has capacity for 349 passengers, 10 bikes and is wheelchair accessible. It features two passenger decks, onboard restrooms and a snack and drink bar.

The MV Intintoli was built by Dakota Creek Industries located in Anacortes, WA at a cost of $6 million. It began ferry service in 1997.

It uses two MTU 16V4000 M73 engines and is propelled by two MJP 750 Mk 2 Water Jets allowing it to reach a top speed of 34 knots (39 miles per hour).

It is made from aluminum and measures 41.3 meters in length. It has a gross tonnage of 95 tons. The MV Intintoli uses ultra low sulfur diesel for its fuel source and has a fuel capacity of 5,000 gallons.

The MV Intintoli was named after Anthony (Tony) Intintoli who served as Mayor of Vallejo from 1985 to 1995 and again from 1997 to 2007.