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Thanks Lorna and Suzy. Yes, it is very reliable and its schedule connects with a lot of North Shore buses so it is a very popular way to get downtown and back.One more story: One day a small boat capsized and the people were in the water hanging on to their boat. The seabus was the closest vessel at that moment so it veered off course to go and rescue the people. By the time it reached them two other faster boats had reached them also. The people were fine, the seabus was late and the passengers on the seabus had an exciting rescue to watch!!
Looks like a good way to get around.
I see what you mean about it resembling a tank! That sounds like a good ticket system.
Boat cousins !! That's great!Thank you both for your notes !! Ank, I have said this before, if you and Henk come to visit Vancouver I think you will feel right at home!! And Carol, if you come to visit ... you would be coming home!!
Ah, the answer of my question. And that's funny, I saw the pic and thought, this look familiar. And Henk agree. They do have the same bus in Amsterdam. I don't know Amsterdam well, but We passed it very often by boat. I met this boat very often. Nice. Thanks
:))))))) 1977!!..........it has been awhile!
Thanks Jim. To go from North Van to Vancouver I buy a two zone ticket ... regular adult (me) $3.75 ... seniors and students $2.50. The seabus and the skytrain ( metro, underground, subway )are part of the transit system. So the one ticket lets me take the bus, seabus and skytrain to get to my destination.Thank you Carol. I'm glad you like the picture. The seabus started to run in 1977.
:))) A nice step up from the old ferries we used to ride when we went "over town".
Neat, Cathy. Is the Seabus expensive?