New Kwuna schedule made public

  • Mar. 31, 2014 10:00 a.m.

Schedule/Apr 3 2-14/jk/300Kwuna schedule releasedThe new schedule for the Kwuna, which sails between Skidegate Landing and Alliford Bay is out, and it cuts evening sailings entirely, with nine sailings a day, not the 12 under the old schedule. The new schedule takes effect in just over three weeks, on Monday April 28. “After six weeks of community consultation, feedback and further analysis of schedule refinement options, BC Ferries announced today the final schedules for the minor and northern routes,” BC Ferries said in a press release accompanying the schedule. Ferries says the new schedules meet the savings target of $14 million required by the province.Starting April 28, the Kwuna schedule will be as followsLeave Alliford Bay7:20 am8:109:0510:3011:20 Dangerous Cargo Thursday only12:25 pm2:25 pm Thursday only3:15 daily except Dangerous Cargo Thurs.4:05 pm5:35 pmLeave Skidegate7:45 am8:35 9:4510:55 Dangerous Cargo Thurs. only12:00 pm12:502:50 Dangerous Cargo Thurs. only3:40 4:306:10

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