If you have bikes and want to connect with the mainland from the likes of Granville Island you can buy a single for $3.50 or a day pass for a little more. Really awesome way to view either side of the creek.
About The Aquabus
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Enjoyed using the ferries to get around the harbor. Friendly, helpful staff on the boats. Liked being able to take our bikes on the ferry.
Loved these little boats. Helpful staff who provided useful info about destinations. We got on snd off a few times. Good value and a great way to explore
We are visiting Vancouver and wanted to get to Granville Island without a vehicle. It was an easy walk from downton through Yale Town to David Lam Park. The Aquabus was easy to navigate. We bought tickets on the water bus.
we spent the day hopping on and off the cute and efficient aquabus I recommend the day pass so there is no hastle with paying each way: $15 adults and $7 kids, as a result we were able to do much more! they also allow...More
Our family visits downtown Vancouver several times a year, and usually we take a morning or afternoon to visit Granville Island. Using the Aquabus is so quick & easy to avoid driving and parking on the island. The staff is always positive and helpful, and...More
I have been riding these for 35 years and it never gets old. You get out on the water and can thrill young and old alike for $3.00 how do you go wrong?
Took the seabus to GRanville Island and back again. Very cute little boats and friendly drivers. Was a nice experience!
Expensive to cross the water but very convenient and fast. If you are staying downtown, walk down to one of the terminals - I took the one near the Burrard Bridge. Just a couple of minutes and you are at Granville Island. Lots of Departure...More