As the May long weekend approaches, BC Ferries is reminding British Columbians you should be travelling for essential purposes only.
The company says this weekend no additional sailings are scheduled and it will continue to deny service to customers travelling for non-essential reasons on routes crossing regional zones.
These sailings include:
- Tsawwassen – Swartz Bay
- Tsawwassen – Duke Point
- Tsawwassen – Southern Gulf Islands
- Horseshoe Bay – Departure Bay
- Comox – Powell River
- Port Hardy – Prince Rupert
A spokesperson for BC Ferries, Tessa Humphries says since the restrictions came into effect last month, they’ve seen a decrease in ferry traffic.
“So we’re definitely seeing that the majority of our customers are abiding by those travel restrictions put in…