Ship May Replace Sunken Ferry

Friday, June 09, 2006
Reports indicate that B.C. Ferries has made an offer on a ship that could be in service to replace the sunken Queen of the North by the beginning of next year. The company says they have found a three to four year old ship in Europe. Source: Canadian Press

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