BC Ferries’ Northern Vessel Opens to Public

Monday, March 12, 2007
BC Ferries will host a series of open houses this month to give all members of the public an early preview of its newest ship, the MV Northern Adventure. The vessel will officially commence service on the north coast routes on March 31, 2007, pending completion of crew training and dock trials. Purchased last year and transported to British Columbia, the two-year old Northern Adventure has been completely renovated and modified for service on the north coast. Take a stroll on one of the vessel’s three spacious outer decks, which have been designed to optimize views and exposure to the region’s spectacular scenery, and check out the Lighthouse Café which allows customers to relax in the open air during the summer season.
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