St. Laurent Ferry

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The St. Laurent Ferry is a ferry in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The ferry crosses the South Saskatchewan River, linking Grid Road 783 with Grid Road 782 near St. Laurent de Grandin.

The six car ferry is operated by the Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportation. The ferry is free of tolls and operates between 7:00 am and midnight, during the ice-free season. The ferry has a length of 18.2 metres (60 ft), a width of 6 metres (20 ft), and a weight limit of 34.5 tonnes. [1]


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Coordinates: 52°50′10″N 106°05′38″W / 52.836°N 106.094°W / 52.836; -106.094