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Take a look at the Tsawwassen Terminal in 1962 and again in 1982. At approximately two kilometres in length, the causeway was considered a miracle of engineering when construction began in 1959. With five berths, Tsawwassen is BC Ferries' largest terminal, serving routes to Vancouver Island and the southern Gulf Islands. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday 
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Last night at the breakwater. Image by Ian Terris Photography | #ExploreVictoria
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Canada is one of the Best Destinations to visit in 2017, according to The Telegraph, who gives a special shout out to the west coast: "...the Inside Passage – a labyrinth of fjords and islands – features North America’s finest seascapes." #ShareTheCoast
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Warm up with White Spot Restaurants's classic Apple Pie! Only available for a limited time at the #CoastalCafe. #BCFerries
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With snowcapped peaks and cool, clear days, BC is a winter wonderland. Enjoy it now and save 50% off #BCFerries standard vehicle fares on select sailings on all routes. Offer ends December 18. #ShareTheCoast

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Victoria transforms into a winter wonderland over the holiday season! There's Ferris wheel in Centennial Square, free horse-drawn trolley tours, and parades a plenty. Get in the Christmas spirit and plan your visit: ow.ly/wIti306DGB2 #VictoriaHOHOHO
The holidays are a wonderful time of the year to see and experience all that Victoria has to offer. With so much going on and special sights, we have curated a list of Greater Victoria’s best holiday events for you to enjoy! For more things happening around town, check out our events calendar. 1. 25th Annual Festival …
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Sail away with BC Ferries Vacations™ and enjoy a fun-filled getaway your entire family will love. Right now, kids sail FREE and stay FREE on select packages in destinations like Victoria, Ucluelet and Vancouver. Packages include round-trip ferry, accommodation and family-friendly extras. Book by February 13: ow.ly/OGZd307UCFz
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Escape on a romantic retreat to Vancouver Island or Vancouver with BC Ferries Vacations™. From breakfast in bed to spa treatments – every package has unique extras you'll love. Packages include round-trip ferry, accommodation and romantic extras. Details: ow.ly/9dFE307LnkJ
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Frommer's Travel Guides names Haida Gwaii as one of the best places to go in 2017! #GoHaidaGwaii
The 17 (and one bonus) best places to marvel at nature, learn from history, soak up culture, and mak
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The MV Chinook II is seen here in 1963 shortly before she was renamed MV Sechelt Queen and her large signature funnel was added. She spent most of her years servicing the Horseshoe Bay – Departure Bay route but also served other routes between the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island and southern Gulf Islands. Share your memories this #ThrowbackThursday #TBT

Photo: Walter E. Frost, City of Vancouver Archives (CVA 447-3973)
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Baby on board! Make that 24 – that’s how many babies have been born on board over the last 56 years. #FerryFacts #BCFerries
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Last chance to enjoy a 3rd night FREE! Linger a little longer this fall with BC Ferries Vacations™ and get the 3rd night FREE when you book a select 2-night retreat. Choose from 14 packages in popular destinations like Victoria, Parksville, the Sunshine Coast, Tofino, Ucluelet and more. Book by December 12: ow.ly/GUCv305IH6y
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1321 Blanshard St #500 Victoria, BC V8W 0B7 Canada
1321 Blanshard Street #500CABritish ColumbiaVictoriaV8W 0B7
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Jason Vogt
a month ago
I purchased a reservation ticket but due to unexpected traffic issues was 27 minutes early for my boarding, instead of 30. I was told the reservation was no longer valid (and lost that money), on top of the a 2 hour additional wait for the next ferry... the ferry ended up being 30 minutes late due to unexpected weather. For a service bleeding ridership, you think they would be a bit more flexible with customer service.
Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Hello Jason, I'm sorry to hear about your negative experience when arriving at the terminal for check-in. Please note that reservations are optional and in an effort to keep our customers informed we communicate the terms and conditions of a reservation at the time of booking. The vehicle cut-off time is thirty minutes prior to the original scheduled departure time even during the possibility of a weather delay. With all reserved cars accounted for, terminal staff can then begin calculating the remaining deck space to accommodate standby traffic. Consistent and accurate information provides us with the ability to perform a quick turn-around for the ship's arrival and departure, and assists with making up time that may have been lost due to unforeseen factors. Thank you for making us aware of your concerns and allowing us to address them. I regret that this situation left you with a negative impression and we look forward to improving upon your experience the next time you travel. -Andrew