BC Ferry

Being from the island, I’ve think taken the ferry more than enough for one lifetime.
When I played football, it was once a week for 3 months for 5 years.
Working in Whistler we took it 2 times a week for 8 months straight.
With lots of family being from Vancouver, every other holiday was worthy of a ferry ride.
And of course numerous random adventures to the mainland.

With all my vast experience of BC ferries, I know that the most officiant way to get off the boat is to head to the bottom car deck. It might be loud as hell down there, but at least you get the front row seat of the ferry docking. Bring some headphones, and don’t forget your camera.


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