Alaska Interisland Ferry Authority
From the Alaska Interisland Ferry website:  "The Inter-Island Ferry Authority was formed in 1997 in recognition of the need for improved transportation to
island communities in southern Southeast Alaska. The Prince of Wales Island communities of Craig, Klawock, Thorne Bay and Coffman Cove joined in a
coalition with Wrangell and Petersburg to create the IFA, which is a public corporation organized under Alaska's Municipal Port Authority Act.

The IFA development plan includes both the Hollis-Ketchikan and Coffman Cove-Wrangell-Petersburg passenger/vehicle ferry routes. Alaska Department of
Transportation support for both routes was received in 1998. Alaska's Congressional Delegation secured funding for the two planned IFA vessels. The M/V
PRINCE OF WALES inaugurated daily scheduled service between Hollis-Ketchikan-Hollis in January, 2002. A sister vessel, the M/V STIKINE provides
round-trip service from Coffman Cove to Wrangell and Petersburg. Service of the new "northern route" will be each Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
IFA ferries connect with vessels of the Alaska Marine Highway System at Ketchikan, Wrangell and Petersburg. For AMHS schedules and rates visit"
M/V Prince of Wales
VIN: 1118890   Hull Number:41  Flag:United States   Call-Sign: WDA6378   Year
Build: 2001 Builder: Dakota Creek Industries, Anacortes
Length: 172.5 ft   Breadth: 52.8 ft   Depth: 17.4
M/V Stikine
VIN: 1179851   Hull Number:48  Flag:United States   Call-Sign:
WDC8583   Year Build: 2006 Builder: Dakota Creek Industries, Anacortes
Length: 172.5 ft   Breadth: 52.8 ft   Depth: 17.4