Tina Fallon

The vessel, Tina Fallon, crossing the Nanticoke River with two cars on its deck. The photo was taken by Lee Cannon.
The ferryboat Tina Fallon crossing the Nanticoke River. Photo taken by Lee Cannon.

The Tina Fallon is a passenger and auto cable ferry vessel serving the Woodland Ferry.

It was built by Chesapeake Shipbuilding, a shipbuilding company in Salisbury, Maryland, for $931,000 and began service in 2007.

The vessel measures 65 feet in length and can carry up to six vehicles at a time. It replaced the Virginia C which was sold at auction in 2008.

The Tina Fallon is named for the Delaware state representative of the same name.