Cable ferry information to be shared on Denman and Hornby islands

In November 2012, BC Ferries said it would design, build and operate a cable ferry between Buckley Bay and Denman Island.

In November 2012, BC Ferries announced that the company will proceed with its plans to design, build and operate a cable ferry between Buckley Bay on Vancouver Island and Denman Island.

Representatives from BC Ferries will come to Denman and Hornby islands to share plans for the designs of the vessel, terminals and cable ferry system, as well as project timelines and other information as follows:

Aug. 8 — 2 to 4 p.m. Room to Grow Centre, Hornby Island;

Aug. 8 — 7 to 9 p.m.: Denman Seniors Hall, Denman Island.

The format will consist of storyboard displays and discussion followed by a group Question & Answer period for the public. Everyone is welcome to attend.

— BC Ferries

 

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