⛴️ ferry emoji

What does the ⛴️ ferry emoji mean?

The ferry emoji is a graphical representation of a ferry, which is a type of boat or ship that carries passengers and vehicles across a body of water, such as a river, lake, or sea. The ferry is typically depicted as a medium to large size vessel with a flat deck for vehicles and passengers to board and disembark, and typically has a covered cabin area for passengers to sit or stand. The ferry can be shown docked at a port, or sailing on the water, sometimes with a wake or seagulls flying nearby. The color and details may depend on the platform. The ferry emoji is often used to symbolize transportation, travel and commuting, particularly across a body of water, or a short trip or voyage. It can also be used in the context of maritime transportation and service, and can also represent the idea of short-distance travel, to a nearby island or coastal town. It could also be used to convey the idea of connection, bringing people and places together.

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How ferry looks on other platforms

  • Twitter
    ferry Twitter emoji
  • Google
    ferry Google emoji
  • Apple
    ferry Apple emoji
  • Microsoft
    ferry Microsoft emoji
  • Facebook
    ferry Facebook emoji
  • Messenger
    ferry Messenger emoji
  • Whatsapp
    ferry Whatsapp emoji
  • Samsung
    ferry Samsung emoji
  • Lg
    ferry Lg emoji
  • Htc
    ferry Htc emoji
  • Mozilla
    ferry Mozilla emoji
  • Softbank
    ferry Softbank emoji
  • Docomo
    ferry Docomo emoji
  • Openmoji
    ferry Openmoji emoji

Information about the ⛴️ ferry emoji

  • Full Name: ⛴️ ferry
  • Category: travel-places
  • How to type shortcode:
  • Unicode (fully qualified): U+26F4
  • Hex code point: 26F4

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