Vancouver to Victoria Terminal Schedule

Vancouver to Victoria Terminal Schedule
Transport NameRoute TimePrice
V2V Vacations Premium Class 08:00 - 11:30CAD 126

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How to get from Vancouver to Victoria Terminal

Travelling between Vancouver and Victoria Terminal is possible by ferry. AT the moment it is the only option available for this route.

How far is Vancouver from Victoria Terminal?

Travelling by land the distance between Vancouver and Victoria Terminal is 175 km while it is about 99 km as the crow flies.

How long does it take to get from Vancouver to Victoria Terminal?

Travelling by ferry between Vancouver and Victoria Terminal, expect to spend about 4 hours.

How much does it cost to get from Vancouver to Victoria Terminal?

ferry tickets for Vancouver–Victoria Terminal route will set you back about CAD 126.00. To ensure the best price, buy tickets in advance.

How many trips per day are there between Vancouver and Victoria Terminal ?

Ferries depart from Vancouver to Victoria Canada 1 times a day.

Useful tips for travelling between Vancouver and Victoria Terminal by ferry

To get from Vancouver to Victoria Terminal your choice is limited to a single transportation option but it does not mean you cannot make your trip as comfortable as possible. Check our simple hints to avoid disappointment during your travel.

Ferry

Useful tips for ferry travellers:

  • Ferry rides may be cancelled due to rough seas. This is a usual case during low or wet season in many countries.
  • Take your motion sickness pills before boarding a ferry.
  • If you suffer from seasickness, try to get a seat closer to the boat's nose. Getting out to the open deck if possible can help, too.
Companies operating ferry routes between Vancouver and Victoria Canada

V2V Vacations.

How many travellers choose to get from Vancouver to Victoria Terminal by ferry?

We have sold ferry tickets to 569 passengers. Some of them left reviews on their trip above on
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