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What is a good price for a ferry ticket to Victoria?
$88.37 is the cheapest price for a ferry ticket to Victoria, according to recent searches on Wanderu. You can use our search to check if this price is currently available on buses from your city to Victoria. In the last month, ferries from Vancouver to Victoria had the lowest average price at $88.37.
Where is the ferry station in Victoria, BC?
The main ferry station in Victoria is Victoria Clipper Ferry, Inner Harbour. As the busiest station, it has the most ferry arrivals, although some ferries may make other stops in and around Victoria.
Which cities have the most ferries to Victoria?
There is one scheduled ferry per day from Seattle to Victoria. The route can be as long as 75 miles, or 120 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 3 hours . One ferry company, Clipper Vacations, connects Seattle to Victoria. Ferries from Seattle usually arrive in Victoria at Victoria Clipper Ferry, Inner Harbour.
There is one scheduled ferry per day from Vancouver to Victoria. The route can be as long as 61 miles, or 97 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 3 hours and 30 minutes. One ferry company, V2V Vacations, connects Vancouver to Victoria. Ferries from Vancouver usually arrive in Victoria at Victoria Clipper Ferry, Inner Harbour.
What ferry companies travel to Victoria, British Columbia?
Located in British Columbia, Canada, Victoria is accessible by ferry from one other city. There is only one ferry to Victoria per day, operated by V2V Vacations, but Wanderu will help you book that ticket for the lowest possible price.
Ferry companies serving Victoria
There is one V2V Vacations ferry per day, from Vancouver to Victoria.