Déjà Vu is a 2006 thriller movie starring Denzel Washington as Doug Carlin, an ATF agent who uses modern technology to travel back in time in order to prevent the bombing of a passenger ferry which happened one day before.
Sen. Alvin T. Stumpf[edit | edit source]
This is the ferry which the whole movie is all about. In the movie, the 'Sen. Alvin T. Stumpf' is loaded with dozens of U.S. Navy personnel on leave when a bomb, hidden in one of the cars on it, explodes. Later in the movie, the bombing does not occur, because the terrorist vehicle is thrown into the water just before the explosion. The ferry - built in 1978 - was a real New Orleans ferry, but is not in active use anymore.
IVS Hunter[edit | edit source]
This ship can be seen in the background. The ferry captain tells his crew to keep a good distance to it. She was built in 2001 at Hakodate Dock in Tokyo, Japan.
Carolina Skiff 245[edit | edit source]
New Orleans Harbor Police uses a Carolina Skiff 245.
U.S. Coast Guard Dinghys[edit | edit source]
Several similar authentic U.S. Coast Guard dinghys are seen in the movie.
Cajun Queen[edit | edit source]
This ship, built in 1987, can be seen in the background.
USCGC Pompano[edit | edit source]
This U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat (built in 2001 by Bollinger Shipyards) can be seen after the ferry bombing.
U.S. Coast Guard Dinghy[edit | edit source]
Another U.S. Coast Guard dinghy - different from the ones listed above - can be seen responding to the ferry bombing.
USCGC Sturgeon[edit | edit source]
Another U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat, the USCGC Sturgeon, can be seen during the salvage operation. She was also built in 2001 by Bollinger Shipyards.
Thomas Jefferson[edit | edit source]
Doug Carlin (Denzel Washington) shortly takes this ferry (built in 2001).