The MV Klitsa plying its route between Brentwood Bay and Mill Bay (Wikimedia)

Sailings between Brentwood Bay and Mill Bay back on

BC Ferries have sourced a replacement crew for the MV Klitsa and service has resumed on this route.

BC Ferries have sourced a replacement crew and have resumed sailings between Brentwood Bay and Mill Bay.

They apologise for any inconvenience.

Earlier, they had announced that all sailings for Feb.5 had been cancelled but they have now announced they will resume service for the 9:50 sailing onwards.

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