Weather delays ferry

  • Feb. 4, 2013 9:00 a.m.

The following was submitteed by BC Ferries:Please be advised that due to ongoing adverse weather conditions in the North Coast area, the Northern Expedition 11:00 pm sailing on Monday, February 4 will be delayed. The following is a tentatively revised schedule for the Northern Expedition and is subject to weather:DepartPrince RupertTuesday, February 57:00 amArriveSkidegateTuesday, February 51:00 pmDepartSkidegateTuesday, February 54:00 pmArrivePrince RupertTuesday, February 510:00 pmPlease Note: Times provided above are estimates only, are weather dependent and are subject to change with little notice. Customers are asked to check in and be prepared for boarding at least 2 hours prior to the revised scheduled departure.For updated sailing information please call toll free 1-888 BC FERRY (223-3779) or check our Vessel Tracking page on our website.

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