Tamás shot these two images of a traghetto boat at the San Marcuola servizio. These boats have been ferrying passengers across the Grand Canal for centuries. Some gondola service locations don't have one of these boats - the ones who do are often referred to as traghetti. A gondola da traghetto, or simply "traghetto" could be described as a heavy-duty, robustly built gondola. When compared to a standard gondola, a traghetto is built like a tank, and understandably so - they take loads of passengers and endure punishing foot traffic.
This one seems to be "off for siesta".
I guess even traghetto boats need rest now and then.