B.C. Ferries adding extra sailings during holiday season

Ferry traffic on Victoria side will get busier as Christmas nears

B.C. Ferries is adding over 120 extra sailings during the busy holiday travel period.

Between Dec. 19 and Jan. 6, the Tsawwassen-Swartz Bay run will see an extra 86 sailings.

Another 36 sailings will be added to the Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay run between the mainland and Nanaimo.

Boxing Day and Dec. 27 are expected to be the busiest days for ferry travel, while Christmas Day and New Year’s Day will see reduced sailings on some routes.

Check bcferries.com for the latest updates.

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