B.C. Ferries cancels several sailings between Metro Vancouver and Island due to snow

The recent snowfall continues to wreak havoc with all forms of travel to, from and through Vancouver.

Citing deteriorating weather conditions and snow forecast for later today, B.C. Ferries has just issued a travel advisory, alerting passengers of sailing cancellations on several routes between Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island today (Feb. 11).

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B.C. Ferries is cancelling the following sailings:

Swartz Bay - Tsawwassen:

7 p.m. departing both directions
9 p.m. departing both directions

Tsawwassen - Duke Point:

8:15 p.m. departing both directions

10:45 p.m. departing both directions

Horseshoe Bay - Departure Bay:

8:45 p.m. departing Departure Bay
10:50 p.m. departing Horseshoe Bay​

Horseshoe Bay - Langdale:

9:35 p.m. departing Langdale
10:55 p.m. departing Horseshoe Bay

Horseshoe Bay - Snug Cove:

10 p.m. departing Horseshoe Bay
10:30 p.m. departing Snug Cove

Reserved customers will be notified and will have their reservation fees automatically refunded. 

Service is expected to resume tomorrow morning.

More info at bcferries.com.


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