Compare ferries from Canada to Graham Island

There is currently just the 1 ferry route running between Canada and Graham Island operated by 1 ferry company – BC Ferries. The Prince Rupert to Skidegate ferry crossing operates weekly with a scheduled sailing duration from about 7 hours.

Whilst we’ve taken great care to ensure the information on this page is correct, as the frequency and duration of crossings on all routes can vary from time to time we’d advise that you get a live quote for current availability on this Canada Graham Island crossing between Prince Rupert and Skidegate.

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Ferries from Canada to Graham Island

About Canada:

Canada is the second largest country in the world by total area, bordering the United States to the south.

Not only is Canada blessed with one of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in the world, it brings a diverse culture and a variety of vibrant cities to the table as well.

It’s a haven for any kind of traveller; you can spot orcas along the west coast, ski down Whistler Mountain, explore Colonial landmarks or sample some exquisite French cuisine in a buzzing metropolis.

With the British Columbian shoreline stretching over 25,000 km and the islands of Graham and Victoria found just off the coast, there are plenty of ferry departure points to choose from. There are numerous routes available too, both international and domestic, all operated by top quality ferry companies.

About Graham Island:

Graham Island is the largest landmass in the Haida Gwaii archipelago on the west coast of Canada, found within the province of British Columbia.

The crowning jewel of Haida Gwaii, formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, Graham Island is the most populous, offering the easiest accessibility by ferry from the British Columbian coast, thanks to its low-lying eastern shoreline. Truly awesome landscapes await visitors making the eighty-kilometre journey from the mainland: ancient rainforests with the world’s oldest cedar trees, sparkling lakes and marine protected areas roamed by orcas and sea otters. It also has plenty of brilliant hiking routes taking you past magnificent totem poles, carved by the indigenous Haida population, along the way.

Ferries frequently link the British Columbian mainland with Graham Island, with routes from the small town of Prince Rupert to the ferry terminal in Skidegate on the southeast coast of Graham.