Ferry Arrivals

Arrivals on the Prince Rupert Ferry

The NCRD Emergency Operations Centre are now sharing details from the Prince Rupert checkpoint for every ferry. This means we can have details on the arriving vehicles for each sailing.

We will receive these updates after the sailing leaves Prince Rupert and will update our website shortly afterwards. We hope that this knowledge reassures you that the number of vehicles is remaining low and people are respecting our wishes to keep Haida Gwaii safe. We would like to extend our gratitude to the essential service workers who are arriving on island and making sacrifices to help us and a special thank you to BC Ferries for eveything that they do.

NOTE: BC Ferries have confirmed that the 'off peak' service will remain in place during what would normally be the Spring Shoulder, Summer Peak and Fall Shoulder seasons'.

Next Update June 1

May 28 Arrival

  • Total passenger number was 41, with 7 of those passengers being permitted essential service workers.
  • Total observed vehicles was 23.
  • Total observed walk-on passengers was 4.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel.
  • No peaceful assembly was observed outside BCF terminals this afternoon.

May 26 Arrival

  • Total passenger number was 18
  • Total observed vehicles was 9
  • All passengers identified as residents, with the exception of 5 essential service workers.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.
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May 25 Arrival

  • Total passenger number was 35
  • Total observed vehicles was 17
  • All passengers identified as residents, with the exception of 9 essential service workers.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

 

May 21 Arrival

  • Total passenger number was 43
  • Total observed vehicles was 18, 9 of which were essential service workers.
  • Total observed walk-on passengers was 4
  • All passengers identified as residents or permitted essential service workers and were aware of local measures in place, with the exception of 1 essential service worker. This worker returned on the next sailing to Prince Rupert.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 19 Arrival

  • Total passenger number was 12.
  • Total observed vehicles was 5.
  • Total observed walk-on passengers was 3.
  • All passengers identified as residents and were aware of local measures in place, with the exception of 1 essential service worker.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 18 Arrival

  • Total passenger number was 42.
  • Total observed vehicles was 18.
  • Total observed walk-on passengers was 8.
  • All passengers identified as residents and were aware of local measures in place, with the exception of:
    • 6 permitted essential services workers.
    • 3 workers making deliveries: they did not leave the terminal and returned on the next sailing.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 14 Arrival

  • Total observed passengers was 37
  • 34 passengers identified as residents and were aware of local measures in place. 3 identified as essential service workers.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 12 Arrival

  • Total observed passengers was 3.
  • Total observed vehicles was 1, with 1 passenger.
  • Total observed walk-on passengers was 2.
  • All passengers identified as residents and were aware of local measures in place.
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why residency/essential service data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 11 Arrival

  • Total observed vehicles were 10.
  • Total 20 passengers observed; 2 walk-ons.
  • All passengers identified as residents and were aware of local measures in place with the exception of 4 essential service workers (all with permits from relevant EOCs).
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 7 Arrival

  • Total observed vehicles were 10. BCF data indicated 10 vehicle bookings.
  • Total 20 passengers observed; 1 walk-on.
  • All passengers identified as residents and aware of local measures in place with the exception of 1 essential service worker
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 5 Arrival

  • Total observed vehicles were 4. BCF data indicated 4 bookings.
  • Total 9 passengers observed; 4 walk-ons.
  • All passengers identified as residents and aware of local measures in place with the exception of 2 essential service workers
  • All passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

May 4 Arrival

  • Total observed vehicles were 7. BCF data indicated 9 bookings, but only 7 had been observed by loading.
  • Total 14 passengers observed; 2 walk-ons.
  • All passengers identified as residents with the exception of 1 essential services worker
  • Generally, all passengers seemed appreciative of the informational messaging provided and understood why data was being collected on this end of the travel. There were no negative interactions with individuals.
  • BC Ferries employees were observed at the ticketing booths providing CHN messaging on travel restrictions and health measures in place and warning travelers of potential of being denied entry if their travel was non-essential.

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