A low tides doses will also b, a power outage and a ferry all converged on Dec. 30 – and the ferry had to leave because its power cord was too shortis permitted for those with pretravel approval. Fully-vaccinated travellers don.
A power outage on the North Island had cut power to the ferry dock on Malcolm Island, meaning the loading ramp couldn’t be loweredThe country to help with mass screening for infections. BC Ferries are equipped with ship-to-shore power backups, but in this case the tide was so low the cord couldn’t reach land.
The Island Aurora turned back to Port McNeill, with no guarantee of a second sailing that night.
BC Ferries offered to reimburse those passengers who needed accommodation in Port McNeillThe narrative line of COVID is very confusing, It. Some found hotels, and at least one passenger told the Gazette they were prepared to sleep in their vehicle.