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Toy Ferry Boat <br/><br/>


Toy Ferry Boat


Set sail for a quick bathtub excursion or an extended trans-pool voyage. Whatever the adventure, this two-story vessel is ready to hit the open water with room for eco-friendly cargo galore, and even comes with two toy cars. Use the slide-out ramp to load up the spacious bottom level that accommodates up to four mini vehicles. The open top deck features two small benches on each side, as well as eleven windows looking down into the main level.

Made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk jugs that save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, this craft is ideal for any body of water - durable, buoyant, and dishwasher safe. The hull also detaches for easy cleaning. No BPA, phthalates, PVC, or external coatings. Packaged using recycled and recyclable materials and printed with soy inks. Recommended for ages 3 and up. Dimensions: 10"L x 6.6"W x 6.3"H.

This product is not available for sale here online. Please visit our shop at 44 Main Street in Sayville, New York to view our current stock. Our store is always brimming with lots of toys for little ones, but please note that our baby items and toys often vary from time to time, as inventory is always changing. Thank you!



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