FERRIES are marine transport vessels carrying motor vehicles and passengers across bodies of water on the coast and in the interior. Coastal ferries are operated by the BC FERRY CORP, which has many routes between mainland and island destinations. There are also 16 inland ferry routes connecting communities separated by rivers or lakes and operated by the Ministry of Transportation. Of these routes, 5 employ cable ferries and 6 employ reaction ferries. (A reaction ferry crosses a river using...

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