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Salish Orca, with artwork designed by Darlene Gait from Esquimalt Nation | BC Ferries

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With travel restrictions now lifted in the province, BC Ferries is offering promotions for those travelling in over-height passenger vehicles and over-height vehicles towing a boat or trailer on its popular sailings this summer.

Travellers with overheight vehicles booking Tsawwassen – Swartz Bay and/or Tsawwassen – Duke Point routes for travel from June 23rd through October 13th, will save money with the purchase of a Saver fare, saving 50 per cent additional foot in length (over 20 feet).

The ‘Saver’ fare is offered to over-height vehicles like RVs, campers and motorhomes and travellers must book and pay for their fares in advance as the offer is not available at drive up terminal ticket booths.

The promotion is not available to commercial vehicles or buses.

“As travel restrictions are lifted, we are ensuring fares are affordable for families who planto travel with their over-height recreational vehicles this summer,” said Janet Carson, BC Ferries’ Vice President of Marketing & Customer Experience.

“This Saver fare on over-height vehicles should help ease traffic on our more popular sailings between Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island by rewarding customers that travel at less busy times. Shifting traffic on these routes will reduce overall sailing waits and provide greater travel certainly for all customers.”

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Reminder: As recommended by BC’s health officials, outdoor gatherings of up to 50 people are permitted but people are asked to use COVID-19 layers of protection and maintain physical distance. When attending any events, please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety restrictions, including proper physical distancing and wearing a mask or face-covering in public indoor and retail spaces. If you are sick, stay home!

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