B.C. Ferries adds sailings for May long weekend

58 more sailings between Swartz Bay, Tsawwwassen for May 17 to 22

The May long weekend will bring more boats to the water, including extra sailings from B.C. Ferries.

The ferry service will add 81 sailings to its most popular routes between May 17 and 22.  Fifty-eight of those are scheduled on the Tsawwassen–Swartz Bay route.

On Tuesday, May 22, early morning sailings are scheduled to depart both Tsawwassen

and Swartz Bay at 6 a.m. so post-weekend travellers can get an early start on the day.

The most popular travel times are expected to be mid-day Friday to late morning

Saturday coming to the Island and the Monday afternoon return to the Lower Mainland.

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