Q to Q Ferry Service in New Westminster

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Q to Q ferry service in New Westminser returns this summer, offering passenger travel between Queensborough and Quayside, from May 19 to October 28, 2018. The ferry will run seven days a week at least every 30 minutes, with sailings every 15 minutes during peak times.

Q to Q ferry service in New Westminster

Q to Q Ferry Service in New Westminster

Running from Westminster Quay under the Inn at the Quay and from Queensborough at the Port Royal Public Dock, the passage takes just 5 minutes across the Fraser River.

Day Queensborough Quayside
First Sailing Last Sailing First Sailing Last Sailing
Weekdays (Mon to Thurs) 7:00am 7:30pm 7:00am 7:45pm
Fridays 7:00am 8:30pm 7:00am 8:45pm
Weekends and Stat Holidays 9:00am 8:30pm 9:15am 8:45pm

Q to Q ferry service in New Westminster


A trip in either direction requires a paid fare, either an individual ticket or a monthly pass or you may pay using exact cash on board at the time of boarding. Children aged 0-5 do not require a fare.

Full Fare (19-64 years)
$2 one way, $40 for a one month pass
Concession (Seniors 65+, children 6-18, & people with disabilities)
$1 one way, $20 for a one month pass

Tickets and passes can be purchased in advance at Queensborough Community Centre, Centennial Community Centre, City Hall, and at three shops in River Market: Craft Café, Paddlewheeler Liquor Store, and Jolene’s Natural Soaps.

The #QtoQFerry is sponsored by Aragon Properties.

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2 Comments  —  Comments Are Closed

  1. Ron RichingsMonday, May 14th, 2018 — 2:05pm PDT

    Can I take my bike across on this ferry?

  2. Rebecca Bollwitt, Miss604 Rebecca BollwittMonday, May 14th, 2018 — 2:08pm PDT

    Hi Ron, according to the website you can! “The ferry can take up to 4 bicycles per trip at no extra cost.”

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