The Sistersville Ferry is a toll ferry over the Ohio River between Sistersville, West Virginia and Fly, Ohio.
In continuous operation since 1815, the Sisterville Ferry is the only ferry remaining along a 277-mile section of the Ohio River between Ohio and West Virginia and the oldest ferry in the state of Ohio. 1 A new $780,000 vessel was put into operation in 1999, nearly doubling the capacity of carrying just one tractor-trailer or eight cars.
- State: Ohio, West Virginia
- Type: Ferry
- Status: Active - Automobile
- Smith, Vicki. “Captain for life.” Mail Tribune (Medford) 26 Oct. 1999. 8 May 2006 Article.