BC Ferries cancels multiple sailings on Friday

Jan 3 2020, 5:50 pm

As stormy conditions continue across the south coast on Friday, BC Ferries has now cancelled numerous scheduled sailings as a result.

Sailings between both Nanaimo and Horseshoe Bay, as well as between Tsawassen and Duke Point were cancelled, along with other smaller routes.

The full list of cancellations is below.

Tsawwassen – Swartz Bay
4:00 pm departing Swartz Bay
5:00 pm departing Tsawwassen
5:00 pm departing Swartz Bay
6:00 pm departing Tsawwassen
7:00 pm departing Swartz Bay
7:00 pm departing Tsawwassen
Tsawwassen – Duke Point
10:15 am departing Duke Point
10:15 am departing Tsawwassen
12:45 pm departing Duke Point
12:45 pm departing Tsawwassen​
5:45 pm departing Duke Point
8:15 pm departing Tsawwassen
Comox – Powell River
All sailings cancelled for the remainder of the day.
Cortes Island – Quadra Island
7:50 am departing Cortes Island (Whaletown)
9:05 am departing Quadra Island (Heriot Bay)
9:50 am departing Cortes Island (Whaletown)
11:05 am departing Quadra Island (Heriot Bay)
11:50 am departing Cortes Island (Whaletown)
1:05 pm departing Quadra Island (Heriot Bay)
1:50 pm departing Cortes Island (Whaletown)
3:05 pm departing Quadra Island (Heriot Bay)
3:50 pm departing Cortes Island (Whaletown)
5:05 pm departing Quadra Island (Heriot Bay)
Campbell River – Quadra Island
10:00 am departing Quadra Island (Quathiaski Cove)
10:30 am departing Campbell River
11:00 am departing Quadra Island (Quathiaski Cove)
11:30 am departing Campbell River
12:00 pm departing Quadra Island (Quathiaski Cove)
12:30 pm departing Campbell River
1:00 pm departing Quadra Island (Quathiaski Cove)
1:30 pm departing Campbell River
2:00 pm departing Quadra Island (Quathiaski Cove)
2:30 pm departing Campbell River
Powell River – Texada Island
11:25 am departing Texada Island
12:15 pm departing Powell River
3:00 pm departing Texada Island
3:45 pm departing Powell River

A wind warning was also issued on Friday by Environment Canada, as a rainfall warning remains in effect for numerous areas as well.

The agency said winds are expected to continue through to Saturday, potentially reaching gusts of 70 km/h in some areas, before easing up in the afternoon.

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