Getting To Port Hardy

Travel by Ocean

Mariners navigating waters of Port Hardy and the surrounding area are sure to be captivated by the stunning beauty of the local shoreline, neighboring isles, pristine inlets, hidden coves and secluded bays. Port Hardy welcomes mariners, with marinas offering a variety of services and amenities including moorage, marine supplies, repair services and much more. Whether travelling north to the Inside Passage or continuing on south to the Broughton Archipelago, come ashore and take in the local culture of the long-time Port.


BC Ferries

Travel Aboard BC Ferries

From unparalleled sights of coastline and wildlife, discover the pristine wilderness of the Inside Passage. Travel aboard BC Ferries from Port Hardy north to Prince Rupert. Explore some of British Columbia’s most remote, coastal communities including Haida Gwaii and Bella Coola or continue onward to Alaska or head east towards the Rocky Mountains, wherever you go, this is an experience not to miss.

Find the BC Ferries 2017 Inside Passage Summer Day Cruise sailing schedule here.

It is advised that ferry reservations be made well in advance prior to travel dates. Be sure to confirm departure dates and connecting ferry schedules if travelling to Klemtu, Bella Bella, Shearwater and Bella Coola. For assistance booking your BC Ferries travel, please contact the Port Hardy Visitor Information Centre.

Transportation servicing Port Hardy and the Bear Cove Ferry Terminal is available.

A shuttle bus connecting foot passengers to/from places of accommodation in downtown Port Hardy to the ferry terminal is available on departure and arrival days. Cost is $7.50 per person, cash only.   Phone (250)-949-6300.

Taxi Services are also available.