Windy conditions will see ferry sailings on the Tsawwassen and Duke Point run halted later tonight, says B.C. Ferries.
According to a service notice posted this afternoon, Sept. 29, Queen of New Westminster sailings departing Tsawwassen terminal (Lower Mainland), at 9:15 p.m. and Duke Point terminal (Nanaimo), at 12:15 a.m. have been cancelled due to high winds.
Other sailings will depart as scheduled, B.C. Ferries said, and customers who have reserved a spot will have their bookings cancelled and reservation fees refunded. Travel will revert to standby basis, B.C. Ferries said.
B.C. Ferries apologized for any inconvenience caused and said safety of customers and crew are of utmost importance.
Winds also saw cancellation of Tsawwassen-Duke Point ferries earlier today.
For current ferry conditions, see www.bcferries.com.
#ServiceNotice #Tsawwassen – #DukePoint #QueenofNewWest will cancel the following sailings today due to adverse weather conditions:
9:15 pm exiting #Vancouver
12:15 am exiting #Nanaimo
Details here: https://t.co/RPo5fU5rq8. ^ge
— BC Ferries | Reconnecting BC (@BCFerries) September 30, 2021
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