Travellers on BC Ferries can now grab a bite to eat again, as partial food services on board vessels resume.
Select routes between Vancouver Island, Metro Vancouver, and the Sunshine Coast will have some food and beverage options available.
On the Tsawwassen—Swartz Bay, Horseshoe Bay—Departure Bay, and Horseshoe Bay—Langdale routes, some hot food options will be available, including a limited burger menu, chicken strips, fries, handheld breakfast sandwiches, hot oatmeal, packaged salads, brewed coffee and tea, beverages, packaged pastries, cold cereal, yogurt and fruit cups.
See also: BC Ferries passengers must start carrying face mask on board starting today
Vessels travelling between Tsawwassen—Duke Point will offer Bread
Garden sandwiches, sushi, brewed coffee and tea, beverages, packaged pastries, cold cereal, yogurt and fruit cups.
Food services aboard all BC Ferries boats were suspended on March 19 and perishables donated to charity in order to minimize contacts to avoid the spread of COVID-19 on board.
Some safety measures at food service stations will remain in place as a precautionary measure against the virus.
All hot food will be served in packaging for customers to take to their vehicles, outer deck or limited cafeteria seating.
Passengers are encouraged to stay in their vehicles whenever possible, and maintain physical distancing aboard the ferries as much as they can.
Starting June 15, all BC Ferries passengers are required to carry a non medical face mask with them.
Everyone boarding a ferry route that travels longer than 30 minutes will be asked if they’re carrying a face covering and if they would be willing to wear it whenever necessary.
Anyone who says no to these questions will be declined boarding.