The Commodore Goodwill is a freight ferry that is currently operated by the British ferry company Condor Ferries. She was built in 1996 by Schelde Koninklijse Vlissingen, the Netherlands for Commodore Ferries where she was placed on the service that links Portsmouth and the Channel Islands. When Commodore Ferries became Condor Ferries, the Commodore Goodwill retained her name and her route, but was repainted in Condor Ferries livery. She has a passenger capacity of only 12, and provides 1250 lanemetres for freight vehicles. She has one sister ship, the Wave Sentinal. Her current port of registry is Nassau, the Bahamas.