Coastal Link Ferries

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Coastal Link Ferries
Industry Transportation
Founded 2008
Headquarters British Columbia, Canada
Key people
Ihab Shaker, CEO
Services Ferry service

Coastal Link Ferries was a ferry company in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada.

Its vessel, the Coastal Runner, began service in October 2008 between Bowen Island and Vancouver Public Dock in Coal Harbour.[1] The crossing takes 40 minutes.

The vessel carries 67 passengers and has wi-fi, washrooms, and tables for passengers.[2]

In October 2009, the company was unanimously approved by the West Vancouver city council to run a 6-month trial connecting the 14th Street Pier in West Vancouver and Coal Harbour with a 15-minute ferry trip.[2][3]


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