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As National Tourism Week Kicks Off, Stay Local & Support Local

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As we head into the May long weekend, National Tourism Week also kicks off running May 23-30, 2021. Traditionally the start of our summer tourism season, Victoria Harbour Ferry joins our Destination Greater Victoria, Tourism Vancouver Island and BC Regional Tourism Secretariat partners to encourage British Columbians in each region to celebrate the occasion by staying local and supporting local tourism businesses.

April 29th is International Dance Day!

April 29th is International Dance Day! Check out this incredible video of dancers across Victoria.....

Can you spot the Harbour Ferry ballet dancers?

business events in Victoria

Meet in Victoria and host your next Conference here. Victoria offers a range of hotels in its downtown core, all within walking distance from the Victoria Conference Centre. Learn about these hotels and their unique offerings that will ensure a memorable experience.

Water Taxi Service returns to the Inner Harbour and Gorge Waterway

On Friday, June 5, 2020, at 11:00 a.m., we will resume water taxi service to select docks in Victoria’s Inner Harbour and Gorge  Waterway, on a modified schedule. We are excited to resume our operations in the harbour and look forward to providing an enjoyable and safe experience onboard our vessels. As we navigate through these uncertain times, our commitment to safety grows stronger. We are working under the guidance of Transport Canada, public health authorities, and WorkSafe BC to ensure that we maintain a high standard of cleanliness, as we welcome our valued staff and passengers.

 

Upon taking a water taxi, passengers will be briefed on our new COVID-19 protocols. These include the daily sanitation of all boats, marked seating, and a reduction in the number of passengers allowed to board a vessel. At our docks, partitions are mounted to keep passengers safely distanced, and our captains will be wearing masks.

 

We look forward to welcoming you onboard as we proceed with caution and care to ensure that we provide a safe environment for everyone.