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Route

Galiano Island (Sturdies Bay)  to  Mayne Island (Village Bay)

 This is a non-bookable route online. Fares are paid at the terminal at the time of travel.   
DEPART ARRIVE DURATION
6:30 AM 6:55 AM
0h 25m
  • Non-stop
11:30 AM 11:55 AM
0h 25m
  • Non-stop
12:10 PM 12:35 PM
0h 25m
  • Non-stop
8:55 PM 9:20 PM
0h 25m
  • Non-stop

  • Non-stop
  • Transfer
  • Stop

Sturdies Bay terminal is located on the southeast side of Galiano Island. The terminal is at the end of Sturdies Bay Road. Sailings departing from Sturdies Bay provide service to Pender, Mayne, Salt Spring, Saturna, Vancouver (Tsawwassen) and Victoria (Swartz Bay). Some destinations require transfers. Reservations are strongly recommended for travel between Sturdies Bay and Vancouver (Tsawwassen).

Check-in times

For travel to Vancouver (Tsawwassen) with a reservation – Arrive at the terminal 30 to 60 minutes prior to the scheduled departure. Your booking will not be honoured and travel will be based on your order of arrival at the terminal if you arrive before booking check-in has opened, or after booking check-in has closed.

  • Booking check-in opens 60 minutes prior to the scheduled departure for foot passengers and vehicles
  • Booking check-in closes 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure for foot passengers and vehicles

For travel without a reservation or on a non-bookable route – Travel is based on your order of arrival at the terminal.

  • Ticket sales and check-in close 5 minutes prior to the scheduled sailing departure for foot passengers and vehicles


Dangerous goods sailings information

Note: Schedules subject to change without notice.

 This is a non-bookable route online. Fares are paid at the terminal at the time of travel.   

Route

Mayne Island (Village Bay)  to  Galiano Island (Sturdies Bay)

 This is a non-bookable route online. Fares are paid at the terminal at the time of travel.   
DEPART ARRIVE DURATION
7:55 AM 8:20 AM
0h 25m
  • Non-stop
11:30 AM 12:00 PM
0h 30m
  • Non-stop
5:31 PM 5:55 PM
0h 24m
  • Non-stop

  • Non-stop
  • Transfer
  • Stop

Village Bay terminal is located on the west side of Mayne Island, at the end of Village Bay Road. Sailings departing from Village Bay connect to the Southern Gulf Islands, Tsawwassen (Vancouver) and Swartz Bay (Victoria). Some destinations require stops or transfers.

Check-in times

For travel to Vancouver (Tsawwassen) with a reservation – Arrive at the terminal 30 to 60 minutes prior to the scheduled departure. Your booking will not be honoured and travel will be based on your order of arrival at the terminal if you arrive before booking check-in has opened, or after booking check-in has closed.

  • Booking check-in opens 60 minutes prior to the scheduled departure for foot passengers and vehicles
  • Booking check-in closes 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure for foot passengers and vehicles

For travel without a reservation or on a non-bookable route – Travel is based on your order of arrival at the terminal.

  • Ticket sales and check-in close 5 minutes prior to the scheduled sailing departure for foot passengers and vehicles


Dangerous goods sailings information

Note: Schedules subject to change without notice.

 This is a non-bookable route online. Fares are paid at the terminal at the time of travel.   
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