The Butts Ferry is a hand-worked person on foot link ship that crosses the River Exe at Exeter Quay in the city of Exeter in the English province of Devon. The intersection has been being used since no less than 1641, yet the name is later. The ship is named after Mr George Butt, who battled to keep the ship open when the City Council endeavored to close it in 1971.
The ship is right now worked utilizing a 27 feet 8.2 m- long aluminum-hulled ship watercraft that was new in 2005. The pontoon is physically pulled along a link over the stream, which is somewhere in the range of 150 feet 46 m wide now, by its administrator.
This ship was worked in 2005 by Pepe Boatyard Ltd later brought over by the 'Aluminum BoatBuilding Company Ltd' it was specially crafted to supplant the current wooden constructed ship.