B.C. Ferries will offer 50 per cent off on certain fares on select sailings from now until mid-December.

B.C. Ferries offering 50-per cent discount on some sailings

NANAIMO – B.C. Ferries has announced that Nanaimo passengers will be eligible for 50 per cent savings on vehicle fares until mid-December.

B.C. Ferries has announced that Nanaimo passengers will be eligible for 50 per cent savings on vehicle fares until mid-December.

The discount is in effect for the Nanaimo Harbour-Gabriola Island, Departure Bay-Horseshoe Bay and Tsawwassen-Duke Point runs and apply to sailings at select times every day, except Friday.

The discount applies to cars, motorcycles, trucks, sports-utility vehicles and vans, and in a press release, B.C. Ferries said recreational vehicles will see the discount applied for the first six metres only.

The promotion will run until Dec. 18.

For more information, please go to www.bcferries.com.

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