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This page will describe remaining ferries in Manitoba.

Manitoba

Summary: Total: ? auto, ? passenger; Longest: ? miles; Shortest: ? mile

Auto Ferries:

Treesbank ferry: Across Assiniboine River, north of Treesbank on PR 340; (service times); (price); (distance); (directions from numbered road); (other). (phone) (southeast of Brandon)

Islandview-Bloodvein Ferry: Across Lake Winnipeg, between Islandview (at end of PR 234, north of Pine Dock) and Bloodvein River; once or twice a day; last week of May through last week of October, weekdays and every other Saturday; 1.5 hour; free?; about 10 miles; (directions from numbered road); M/V Edgar Wood, 90 feet long, 11 car capacity, built in 1958. (204) 945-3424 (north of Hecla Provincial Park)

Bloodvein River-Princess Harbour ferry: Across Lake Winnipeg, between Bloodvein and Princess Harbour; (service times); last week of May through last week of October, weekdays and every other Saturday; free?; about 10 miles; (directions from numbered road); M/V Edgar Wood, 90 feet long, 11 car capacity, built in 1958. (204) 945-3424 (north of Hecla Provincial Park)

Islandview-Princess Harbour ferry: Across Lake Winnipeg, between Islandview (at end of PR 234, north of Pine Dock) and Princess Harbour; (service times); last week of May through last week of October, weekdays and every other Saturday; free?; about 10 miles; (directions from numbered road); M/V Edgar Wood, 90 feet long, 11 car capacity, built in 1958. (204) 945-3424 (north of Hecla Provincial Park)

Matheson Island Ferry: Across Lake Winnipeg, between road end (north of Pine Dock) and Matheson Island; 7 am to 11 pm Mon.-Sat., 8 am-10 pm Sun.; mid-April through last week of November; free?; (distance); continue on local road about 5 miles beyond end of PR 234; C.F. Ingemar Carlson II, 75 foot cable ferry, 12 car capacity, built in 1977. (204) 276-2150 (north of Hecla Provincial Park)

Sea Falls-Norway House Ferry: Across Nelson River East Channel on PR 373, between Sea Falls (Ross Island) and Norway House; 24 hr, daily; end of April through last week of November; free?; (distance); C.F. James Apetagon, 75 foot cable ferry, 12 car capacity, built in 1977. (204) 945-3424 (south of Thompson)

Pipestone Crossing-Cross Lake Ferry: Across Nelson River East Channel at Pipestone Crossing on PR 374, between Jenpeg and Cross Lake; 24 hr, daily; free?; (distance); go southeast on PR 373, then about 10 miles north on PR 374; C.F. Alfred Settee Sr., 75 foot cable ferry, 12 car capacity, built in 1982; soon to be replaced by bridge?. (204) 945-3424 (south of Thompson)

Cross Lake second ferry?: Across Cross Lake, just west of village of Cross Lake; (service times); (price); (distance); go southeast on local road about 29 miles from end of PR 373, then about 15 miles north; (other). (phone) (south of Thompson)

Split Lake-York Landing Ferry: Across Split Lake, between village of Split Lake and York Landing; leave Split Lake at 9:00 am, leave York Landing at 1:30 pm; Thursday through Monday, first week of June through last week of October; 2 hr 15 min; free?; about 20 miles; go northeast on PR 280 off of PR 391 (just north of Thompson) for about 75 miles, then about 5 miles east; M.V. Joe Keeper, 112 feet long, 16 car capacity, built in 1977. (204) 945-3424 (northeast of Thompson)

South Indian Lake Ferry: South Indian Lake access road (via PR 391?); 9:00 am to 10:30 pm (hourly), daily; end of May through first week of November; free?; (distance); (directions); M.V. Charles Robert, 112 feet long, 16 car capacity, built in 1977. (204) 945-3424 (northwest of Thompson)

Passenger Ferries:

General Links:


Canadian Ferry Operators Association