- For now, MV Confederation will complete 4 round trips every day as a lone ship on the way.
- ‘There are some opportunities out there they are looking at … it’s better than I thought it might be, but it’s never right enough till the boat is driving the cars on the water, MacAulay says.
Ferry junctions between P.E.I. and Nova Scotia restarted Wednesday, nearly a week after an engine room blaze on MV Holiday Island set a break to all ferry services to and from the Island.
MV Confederation left the harbor at Wood Islands, P.E.I., at 7 a.m. AT with approximately 44 cars on board — around average for the first trip on a Wednesday morning, according to operator Northumberland Ferries Ltd. It had 14 trucks, six motorcycles, four campers, and roughly 20 cars.
The Confederation will be operating four round trips per day, with the previous trip back toward Caribou, N.S., leaving at 6:30 p.m. AT. The times are:
- From Wood Islands at 7 and 10 a.m. and 1:30 and 5 p.m. AT.
- From Caribou at 8:30 and 11:45 a.m. and 3:15 and 6:30 p.m. AT.
Northumberland Ferries is working on a project to grow the Confederation plan to six round trips per day on weekdays, as early as next week.
Source – CBC News