Traveling by sea to visit Langford on Vancouver Island is always a great choice. Whether it’s travelling between Canada and US or navigation the beautiful Gulf Islands, there are plenty of options to enjoy our surrounding waters.
BC Ferries is one of the largest ferry operators in the world, moving more than 60,000 customers and 23,000 vehicles throughout coastal BC every day. The BC Ferries Swartz Bay ferry terminal is just a short, 30-minute drive from downtown Langford, connecting the city with the lower mainland, the gulf islands and beyond. While it may be a way to get from point A to point B, taking the ferry is a one-of-a-kind experience in itself. You may even be lucky enough to spot some whales or other local wildlife on the journey!
Victoria Clipper-foot passenger service
Clipper Vacations offers the only direct fast ferry service between Seattle and Victoria, BC—the Victoria Clipper. The Victoria Clipper ferry ride to Victoria takes 2 hours and 45 minutes, traveling direct between Pier 69 in downtown Seattle and the Belleville Terminal in downtown Victoria, BC’s Inner Harbor. With a convenient terminal located just a 25-minute drive from downtown Langford, the Victoria Clipper offers the only foot passenger only service to and from downtown Seattle, Washington, USA.
Black Ball Ferry Line
Black Ball Ferry Line offers year-round vehicle and passenger ferry service between Victoria, BC and Port Angeles, WA on board the MV Coho. Less than a half hour drive from downtown Langford, the MV COHO offers a convenient and efficient way to travel to Washington State, USA.
Washington State Ferries
Washington State Ferries operates one international scheduled ferry service, between Anacortes in Washington State and Sidney on the Saanich Peninsula of Vancouver Island. The Washington State Ferry terminal in Sidney, BC, is just a quick, half hour drive from downtown Langford.