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Northern Sea Wolf

Northern Sea Wolf

Direct Summer Service 2020

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the direct summer service between Port Hardy and Bella Coola will not be introduced between June 4 and August 31. Instead, service to these communities will continue to be provided by the Nimpkish and Northern Expedition.

View the June 4 – September 30 schedule »

Connecting travellers with the region's culture

Kwakiutl First Nation's Richard Hunt and Nuxalk Nation's Danika Naccarella designed the artwork that adorns the Northern Sea Wolf. The artwork will be displayed on the interior and exterior of the vessel for customers to view, along with profiles of the artists.

BC Ferries and community stakeholders named the Northern Sea Wolf in honour of a First Nations' legend in which the Sea Wolf is a manifestation of the Orca. The designs depict the beauty of the majestic animal, with The Sea Wolf the symbol of family, loyalty and the protector of those travelling their waters.

View the artwork »
View the press release for the art reveal event »

The Northern Sea Wolf

Northern Sea Wolf Vessel Information

*Automobile Equivalent (AEQ) is used to determine vessel capacity based on a standard vehicle measure of 6.1 x 2.6 meters, roughly equal to a full-size family vehicle.

**Schedule and fares are subject to change.