BC Ferries does not operate a ferry service from Vancouver Island in British Columbia to Washington State in the USA. However, there are numerous vehicle and passenger services available between Victoria and Washington (Seattle and Port Angeles on the Olympic Peninsula), on both seasonal and year-round schedules.

Victoria to Port Angeles, Washington: M.V. Coho

Route Services

  • M.V. Coho sails daily, all year round, between Port Angeles and Victoria.
  • BC Terminal: Inner Harbour, Victoria
  • WA Terminal: East Railroad Avenue, Port Angeles
  • Vehicles and Passengers

Black Ball Ferry Line can be contacted for current schedules, fares and additional information.

Black Ball Ferry Line
Tel: 250-386-2202 in Victoria
Tel: 360-457-4491 in Port Angeles
Web: www.cohoferry.com

Victoria to Seattle, Washington: Victoria Clipper

Route Services

  • Victoria Clipper sails daily, year round, between Seattle and Victoria.
  • BC Terminal: Inner Harbour, Victoria
  • WA Terminal: Pier 69, Seattle
  • Passengers only

Clipper navigation Inc. can be contacted for current schedules, fares, reservations and additional information.

Clipper Navigation Inc.
Tel: 250-382-8100 in Victoria
Tel: 206-448-5000 in Seattle.
Web: www.clippervacations.com/ferry/

Community Information

Map of British Columbia Ferry RoutesClick on the map to view a large scale map of the Pacific Northwest Ferry Routes. The ferry services to Port Angeles and Seattle in Washington State are private services operated by US companies. BC Ferries is therefore not able to provide information for these routes. Black Ball Ferry Line and Clipper Navigation should be contacted directly for current schedules, fares, reservations and additional information.

Victoria Express
The Victoria Express was a summer, passenger-only express ferry service operated by Victoria Rapid Transit between Victoria and Port Angeles, and between Victoria and Friday Harbour on San Juan Island. This service ended in March 2011, when Black Ball Transport acquired the business operations of Victoria Express. The ferry service was discontinued, with Victoria Express customers invited to use the services of the Coho to travel to Victoria, British Columbia.