The gift shops are reopening on B.C. Ferries runs between Nanaimo and Horseshoe Bay. (File photo)

Shopping resumes aboard Nanaimo ferry sailings

B.C. Ferries reopens gift shops on Queen of Cowichan and Queen of Oak Bay

B.C. Ferries passengers aboard the Queen of Cowichan and Queen of Oak Bay will once again be able to browse and buy in those vessels’ gift shops.

As of today, July 10, the ferry corporation will reopen the stores on the two ferries that travel between Departure Bay and Horseshoe Bay.

Last month, the company resumed limited food services on the three major routes between Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island, as well as Metro Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast. The Tsawwassen Quay Market at Tsawwassen terminal and Nanaimo Quay Market at Departure Bay terminal re-opened in June.

READ ALSO: B.C. Ferries reopening cafeterias on certain vessels



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