Coopérative de Transport Maritime et Aérien

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IndustryPassenger transportation
Freight transportation
HeadquartersCap-aux-Meules, Quebec, Canada
Area served
Gulf of St Lawrence
Saint Lawrence River

The Coopérative de Transport Maritime et Aérien (CTMA) is a Canadian transportation company, formed in 1944 to provide maritime and air links to the Magdalen Islands, Quebec.[1][2]

Labelling itself Groupe CTMA, the company operates the seasonal ferry service from Cap-aux-Meules, Quebec in the Magdalen Islands to Souris, Prince Edward Island using the vessel MV Madeleine.

It also operates a seasonal passenger service from Montreal to Cap-aux-Meules using the vessel MS C.T.M.A. Vacancier, as well as a year-round cargo service from Montreal and Matane, Quebec to Cap-aux-Meules using the vessel MV C.T.M.A. Voyageur.

CTMA also operates a trucking company which hauls cargo to the Magdalen Islands, as well as providing air services.


C.T.M.A. operate two routes to the Magdalen Islands.


C.T.M.A. operate a fleet of three Roll-on/roll-off vessels.[3]

Name Built Entered service Tonnage Note
C.T.M.A. Vacancier 1973 2002 7,984 GRT To be replaced from another ship
Madeleine 1981 1997 6,807 GRT
C.T.M.A. Voyageur II 1998 2020


  1. ^ An Act concerning Coopérative de Transport Maritime et Aérien, association coopérative (PDF). Quebec, Canada: Québec Official Publisher. 2010. Retrieved 21 April 2015.
  2. ^ "CTMA : Portrait d'une Coopérative Diversifiée" (PDF). Dossier de presse 2013 (in French). Cap-aux-Meules, Québec: CTMA. p. 9. Retrieved 21 April 2015.
  3. ^ Fakta om Fartyg. "Fakta om Fartyg - CTMA". Retrieved January 2011. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)