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!First and last sailing out of [[BC Ferries Little River Ferry Terminal|Little River]]
|6:15 am & 7:10 pm<br><small> year round
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!First and last sailing out of [[BC Ferries Westview Ferry Terminal|Westview]]
|8:05 am & 8:45 pm
==History==
In 1964 [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]] started this route 30 vehicles and 252 passengers vessels named the [[BC Ferries Tenaka|Comox Queen]]. In 1969 in order to keep up with demand of the route in summer months [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]] leased the [[BC Ferries Queen of the Islands|Queen of the Islands]] from [[BC Ferries]] carried 40 vehicles and 468 passengers per sailing. In order to keep up with year around demand on [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]] purchased [[BC Ferries Sechelt Queen|Sechelt Queen]], from [[BC Ferries]]which at this point could 80 vehicles and 670 passengers per sailing which lasted 6 years on route. In 1982 another vessel was brought by [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]] for route which was [[BC Ferries Princess of Vancouver|Princess of Vancouver]] which carried 150 vehicles and 985 passengers per sailing. In 1985 this route was taken over by [[BC Ferries]]. 138 vehicles and 938 passengers per sailing, [[BC Ferries Sidney Class|Queen of Sidney]] was placed on route 1986 to 2000. 192 vehicles and 904 passengers per sailing, [[BC Ferries B-Class|Queen of Burnaby]] was placed on route for the 16 years from 2000 to 2016. In 2016 a 138 vehicle and 600 passengers vessel named [[ BC Ferries Salish Class|Salish Orca]] took over the route.
==Future==
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