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The Aquabus's 13 vessels make stops up and down False Creek every 15 minutes or less -- so you never have to wait long for a ride. All of our routes are wheelchair accessible and bike-friendly. Hop aboard our iconic rainbow boats to enjoy the...more
Having read the ferries ran until 10, we were disappointed to learn they had gone on the winter schedule and stopped at 9 so we'd heve to take the 50 bus to get back to our timeshare after the play we were seeing, but still,...More
While driving or walking through the city you don't get a good view of the architecture. Viewing it from the water give it a whole new perspective. It's an excellent way to spend a relaxing couple of hours.
great way to see the sights along False Creek with good views across the city skyline. Routes seemed a bit ad-hoc, boats just pulled up randomly and asked where people were heading - but it seemed to work.
Our 7 jumped aboard the ferry on Hornby St to travel to the Granville Island public market. Friendly and cheerful skipper and crew (one) and there in no time. Cheaper and quicker and more exciting than most other transport.
It is a cute, fun way to get onto the water in Vancouver. An aquabus from a number of downtown stops to Granville Island or anywhere else. They are so tiny, you think they will sink, but no! They come about every three to four...More
The perfect way to travel along False Creek. We used the Aquabus several times during our stay in Vancouver. Inexpensive way to get around esp. if going to Granville Island or Science World. Never a long wait and friendly staff. Makes for a nice break...More
One of the favoured neighbourhoods for a day out, Granville Island's packed theatres and art studios, hobby shops and book stores, restaurants and bars, all offer a plethora of activities and entertainment options, leaving no one bored. The highlight of the area is the Fisherman's Wharf, where the seagulls overhead and the smell of the sea invigorate its many visitors, some of who are there to shop the fresh
wares at the public market, and others of whom have arrived to take in the eclectic atmosphere. A popular seafood destination, and Vancouver's leading spot for improv and amateur theatre, Granville Island is an indulgent, welcoming entertainment centre in any season or time of day.
Response from SandyAmanda | Reviewed this property |
There is a price chart. I believe the full pass was $15 and for the whole day $18. There was a discount for children and seniors. It took us 10-15 minutes to go 2 stops. The return took longer because it was dark and the... More
There is a price chart. I believe the full pass was $15 and for the whole day $18. There was a discount for children and seniors. It took us 10-15 minutes to go 2 stops. The return took longer because it was dark and the water had traffic from other boats. So the speed is determined by traffic and visibility. I hope this helps.
Response from ErikaR2840 | Property representative |
No, Aquabus Ferries is a private company and is not associated with public transit. The only ferry that accepts a bus pass or Compass Card is the Seabus, which runs between downtown Vancouver and the Lonsdale Quay in North... More
No, Aquabus Ferries is a private company and is not associated with public transit. The only ferry that accepts a bus pass or Compass Card is the Seabus, which runs between downtown Vancouver and the Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver.