Ferries to Victoria
Ferries from Washington State as well as BC is also another option

Victoria BC ferries picture

Taking the ferry to Victoria is one way to get here. Whether you elect the Washington State Ferry or one of the other choices, you'll love your first glimpse of the Victoria Inner Harbor.

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Here are some of the choices for ferries to Victoria, British Columbia:

Washington State Ferry

The Washington State Ferry is a car ferry that originates in Anacortes, Washington and travels through the San Juan Islands to Sidney, B.C. on Vancouver Island, which is 17 miles from Victoria.

The cruise takes about 2 to 3 hours and provides views of beautiful scenery, picture opportunities and vistas of island living.

The Coho Ferry

Coho Ferry

The Coho Ferry runs from Port Angeles in northern Washington directly to the city of Victoria.

This ferry has been in operation for 49 years, but her crew maintains her in pristine condition.

The Victoria Clipper Ferry

picture of Victoria Clipper ferry

The Victoria Clipper line claims to have the fastest ferry trip to Victoria.

Leaving from Seattle, Washington, it arrives in the Victoria Inner Harbor in downtown Victoria.

The Victoria Express

The Victoria Express is another option for a fast ferry from Port Angeles to Victoria. It gets you there in 1 hour.

Port Angeles is an easy 3-hour drive from Seattle and provides a great opportunity to visit Olympic National Park as a bonus side trip on your way to your Victoria vacation.

You can check ferry schedules online here...

So, as you can see, if you want to take a ferry to Victoria, you have lots of choices!


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