BC Ferries’ Queen of Cowichan ship sails against a backdrop of mountains. (BC Ferries)

Smooth sailing Thursday morning on BC Ferries ahead of Thanksgiving long weekend

Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen’s 7 a.m. sailing, 65 per cent full

As of 6:30 a.m., the Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay 7 a.m. sailing is 81 per cent full. The 8 a.m. sailing is 32 per cent full and the 9 a.m. sailing is 45 per cent full.

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Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen’s 7 a.m. sailing is 65 per cent full, the 9 a.m. sailing 46 per cent full and the 10 a.m. sailing is 27 per cent full.

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To check current conditions visit bcferries.com/current_conditions.



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