How many vehicles can fit on a BC ferry?

How many vehicles can fit on a BC ferry?

Current vessels

Name Class Auto capacity
MV Spirit of Vancouver Island Spirit 358
MV Coastal Renaissance Coastal 310
MV Coastal Inspiration Coastal 310
MV Coastal Celebration Coastal 310

How many ferries does BC Ferries own?

Operations began in 1960 with just two ferries provide service on a single route. Today we have 35 ferries moving more than 22 million passengers and 8 million vehicles every year.

How many cars are on the Victoria ferry?

BC ferries use large passenger ferries with room for 2000 passengers as well as 470 vehicles. Insider Tip: If you’re on the ferry during evening hours, and the sky is clear, make your way up to the front of the boat – it’s nice and dark up there, and that allows for splendid views!

Does BC Ferries make a profit?

BC Ferries’ fleet reliability record exceeded the target at 99.7 per cent. The company carried up to $8 billion of cargo, generating commercial revenue of $89.9 million….BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRY SERVICES INC.

Years ended March 31
2020 2019
Total operating expenses 856,150 820,710
Operating profit 85,244 104,943

Which BC Ferry is the biggest?

Coastal-class ferries, also known as the “Super-C class”, are currently the largest double-ended ferries in the world, while the two single-ended Spirit-class ferries are the largest in the BC Ferries fleet.

What is the biggest ferry in the world?

Stena Hollandica
Stena Hollandica is the world’s biggest ferry in the world and operates under the Swedish, Stena Line. The ship was launched on 16th May 2010 and in one year of its launching, has become a very popular retreat for tourists. The ship was built in the Nordic yards in Germany.

How much fuel do BC Ferries use?

To make the round trip, which it did 94 times, on average it used 8,416 litres of fuel. The other ships used on that route each used significantly less fuel: Queen of Coquitlam (6,891 litres), the Queen of Cowichan (7,050 litres) and the Queen of Oak Bay (6,491 litres).

What happened to the Queen of the North?

Queen of the North sank after running aground on Gil Island in Wright Sound, 135 kilometres (73 nmi) south of Prince Rupert, British Columbia.

What percentage of BC is vaccinated?

Data by Region

Region Total Doses Administered % Fully Vaccinated
British Columbia 7369741 (+18270 today) 67.50%
Fraser Health 2,679,327 64.87%
Interior Health 1,089,472 62.78%
Vancouver Island Health 1,225,953 67.76%