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==History==
In May 28, 1955 the first subsidiaries Minister of transportation and highways ferry service begin with [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water FerriesAtrevida|Atrevida]] which carried 5 vehicles and 40 passengers per sailing but was owned by the [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]]. The owe of [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries|Atrevida]] sold her to [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]] in 1967 which increase the number of sailing on route. In 1969 the [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]] built the 30 vehicles and 150 passengers per sailing named [[BC Ferries T-Class|Taxada Queen]] which in 1977 was renamed [[BC Ferries T-Class|Tachek]]. In 1979 [[Ministry of Transportation Salt Water Ferries]] transferred the [[BC Ferries North Island Princess|North Island Princess]]. <ref> https://ferriesbc.proboards.com/thread/5176/newspaper-story-texada-ferry-history Newspaper Story Taxada Ferry History] west coast ferry forum, retrieved 04-06-2021</ref> In 1985 [[BC Ferries]] took over operations of the route. In 1988 until 1991 [[BC Ferries T-Class|Tachek]] was operate on the route during the winter. The 1991 until 2020 [[BC Ferries North Island Princess|North Island Princess]] operate on route year round. In 2020 with the retirement of [[BC Ferries North Island Princess|North Island Princess]] the 47 vehicles and 300 passengers [[BC Ferries Island Class|Island Discovery]].
==Future of the route==
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