How much is a ferry with car to Vancouver Island?
What does the Vancouver – Victoria ferry to Vancouver Island cost? These prices are current as of Jan 3, 2020 in Canadian dollars, and include fuel surcharge, but not GST: Cost for adult passenger only: $17.20. Cost for Car & Driver: $74.70.
How much does it cost to get from Vancouver to Vancouver Island?
The cheapest way to get from Vancouver to Vancouver Island is to ferry and drive which costs $30 – $95 and takes 3h 47m. What is the fastest way to get from Vancouver to Vancouver Island? The quickest way to get from Vancouver to Vancouver Island is to fly which costs $150 – $340 and takes 2h 16m.
Are seniors free on BC Ferry?
B.C. seniors 65 or older, possessing either a BC Gold Carecard or a valid BC Services Card, receive a 100% discount on passenger fares Monday to Thursday, excluding statutory holidays on all routes, except the northern routes.
How long does ferry take from Vancouver to Vancouver Island?
90 minutes to two hours
The ferry crossings between Vancouver (Tsawwassen and Horseshoe Bay) and Vancouver Island (Victoria and Nanaimo) take 90 minutes to two hours, depending on which route you take.
What age does BC Ferries consider a senior?
age 65 or older
BC Ferries has increased the seniors’ passenger discount from 50 per cent to 100 per cent for travel Monday through Thursday on major and inter-island routes. The discount is available for anyone age 65 or older and doesn’t apply on holiday Mondays.
Can I pay with debit at BC Ferries?
BC Ferries to begin accepting debit payment at ticket booths this spring. Travellers taking BC Ferries will soon be able to use their debit cards at the company’s ticket booths. The change will apply to both vehicles and foot passengers, who will now also be able to use credit and debit tap-and-pay as well.
How much is the ferry from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo?
$14 – $65
The cost-effective way to get from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo is to ferry, which costs $14 – $65 and takes 1h 40m.