The MV Jennifer C is a auto and passenger ferry vessel serving the Cross Sound Ferry route between New London, Connecticut and Orient Point in Long Island, New York. It has capacity for 300 passengers and 50 vehicles in total.
The vessel was built for the North Carolina Department of Transportation Ferry Division in 1965 by New Bern Shipyard in New Bern, North Carolina.
It was originally named MV Pamlico and served the Swan Quarter to Ocracoke and Cedar Island to Ocracoke ferry routes in North Carolina.
Cross Sound Ferry Services, Inc., owner and operator of the Cross Sound Ferry and Block Island Express, purchased the vessel in 2015.
The vessel underwent extensive renovations in 2016 including a complete renovation of the existing passenger cabin and the addition of a new passenger cabin, full service deli, seating upgrades and interior climate controls.
The MV Jennifer C is named for Jennifer C. Wronowski, the wife of Vice President and co-owner of Cross Sound Ferry Services, Inc. Adam Wronowski.