Get ready Victoria! 

You will soon be able to make that vacation you’ve been planning a reality, with the Victoria Clipper announcing they will be resuming ferry service between Victoria and Seattle!

In September 2021, the FRS Clipper announced they would be returning to service for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

At the time, non-essential travel by Canadians to the states remained restricted, meaning only Americans were able to take advantage of the newly resumed Clipper service. 

On September 18th, a fleet of water taxis and emergency response vessels greeted the Clipper as it entered Victoria’s Inner Harbour for the first time in eighteen months. 

See more: Clipper receives warm welcome on first trip back to Victoria in 550 days (VIDEO)

In October 2021, less than a month of resumed ferry service between Victoria and Seattle, the Clipper announced their closure until Spring 2022.

Now, The Clipper has announced they will be resuming sailings with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

The company’s booking site is currently accepting reservations for Seattle-Victoria service with trips starting on April 15th. 

Customers can take the direct ferry, traveling between Pier 69 in downtown Seattle and the Belleville Terminal Victoria’s Inner Harbour, a 2 hour and 45 minute trip each way.

The website also offers package deals with select hotel partners. You can book your tickets here!

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