Welcome to Ferry Travel! More than a thousand passengers have already used the services of our company. During the work of our company, we have made happy and simplified the lives of many people. After all, we managed to transport thousands of people and cars.
During this time, new ferry lines and coastal terminals have been opened, the composition of the fleet is being gradually updated, modern technologies are being introduced and new jobs are being created.
Our company continues the tradition of shipping because our goal is to lead the ferry market, constantly maintain competitiveness and meet high technical and environmental standards.
BC Ferries and Seattle Victoria
The best and the fastest way to get from Seattle to Victoria is by ferry. So, you do not have to spend a huge amount of time on the road. All you need to do is to go to our website and get the information about ferry schedules. It is important to consider that you must have a valid passport, when crossing the border between the US and Canada. This trip will take you approximately one and a half hours. The distance between Seattle and Victoria is 119 km. On this route, you will not be able to transport cars or other vehicles, as the passage is carried out on a hight-speed catamaran ferry. The ticket price varies depending on the age of the passenger:
for adults – 17.50
for children from 5 to 11 years old – 8.60
for children under 4 years old – free of charge
On our website, there is a map of the route in Alaska. You can quickly and easily find the port you are interested in for transporting passengers and cars to Alaska. More detailed information of each port can be viewed by clicking on the port. Ferries to Alaska depart from Bellingham, Washington via the Inner Passage with stops in Ketchikan, Wrangel, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau, Haynes, and Skagway. Ferries from Alaska do not go to Anchorage. The most direct ferry to Anchorage is via Whittier. Therefore, if you are interested in transporting cars to Anchorage, you should choose the route that suits you best. You either need to disembark at Haines AK and travel about 675 miles, or take a ferry from Bellingham WA to Whittier AK, which will avoid entering Canada.
If any of your ferry or ferry-related travel questions are unanswered, you can contact us either:
By email at: [email protected]
(always note your travel dates; departure & arrival ports for the quickest response )
By phone at 1-800-686-0446 (inside North America )
By phone at 1-604-733-9113 (outside North America)