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 PASSENGER FARES BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
BETWEEN One-way
Vancouver and Victoria  $ 3.75
Vancouver and Seattle  (1)    6.50
Vancouver and Nanaimo      2.00
Vancouver and Galiano Island     2.00
Vancouver and Mayne Island     2.00
Vancouver and Port Washington     2.00
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour    2.00
Vancouver and Union Bay     5.40
Vancouver and  Comox      5.40
Vancouver and Westview     4.30
Vancouver and Blubber Bay     4.30
Vancouver
or
Victoria
Ocean Falls   28.75
Kemano Bay i  39.90
Kitimat   39.90
Prince   Rupert     39.90
Seattle
Victoria
or
Vancouver
R.T.
$ 6.75
11.70
3.60
3.60
3.60
3.60
3.60
9.75
9.75
7.75
7.75
51.75
71.85
71.85
71.85
7.10
... 54.00
... 62.50
... 65.00
... 75.00
.. 81.25
... 47.75
;.. 56.25
.. 58.75
... 68.75
.. 75.00
38.20
Seattle and Victoria     3.95
Ketchikan	
Wrangell 	
Petersburg  	
Juneau 	
Skagway 	
Ketchikan 	
Wrangell 	
Petersburg	
Juneau  .-	
Skagway  	
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert   21.20
Victoria   and   Bamfield       7.60
Victoria   and   Clayoquot  15.70
Victoria and  Tofino    15.70
Victoria and Nootka   22.35
Victoria and Zeballos  22.80
Victoria and Chamiss Bay  24.95
Port Alberni and Ucluelet    4.25
Port Alberni and Tofino      5.40
Port Alberni and Clayoquot      5.60
Port Alberni and Nootka  17.35
Port Alberni and Zeballos   18.65
Port Alberni and Chamiss Bay   20.70
R. T.—30 days round trip.
Fares between other ports on application.
(l)Good for stop-over at Victoria.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $12.65 and
round trip $25.30 or more ($13.95 one way and $25.15 round trip on
Northern British Columbia Coast Route). Tickets reading from
Seattle to Northern B.C. and Alaska ports include passage and
meals between Seattle and Vancouver, and from Victoria passage
only between Victoria and Vancouver.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double one-way fare.
WEEK-END PARES
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN Fare
Vancouver and Victoria  5.65
Vancouver and Nanaimo  3.00
Vancouver and Seattle (stop-over at Victoria)  9.75
Victoria and Seattle   5.95
(1) Vancouver and Mayne Island  3.00
(1)Vancouver and Galiano Island  3.00
(l)Vancouver and Port Washington „  3.00
(1) Vancouver and Ganges Harbour  3.00
Going Limit—From 12 noon Friday until 2 p.m. Sunday of each
week-end. Except going days between Vancouver and Seattle
only will be a.m. Friday to Sunday.
Return Limit—From destination not later than 12 midnight Monday
following date of sale, except return limit will be Tuesday from
Gulf Islands ports designated (1).
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid
adult passenger ticket, ordinary passenger automobile (not trucks
or other vehicles under commercial license), not intended for sale,
delivery or demonstration, may be handled as baggage traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown and under tariff regulations.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to continuous passage)  $ 10.00
Victoria and Seattle 	
Vancouver and Victoria
Vancouver and Nanaimo
Vancouver, Westview and Blubber Bay
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox
6.50
6.00
5.00
6.00
7.00
5.00
5.50
5.00
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay or Westview	
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports 	
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)  	
Vancouver and Prince Rupert   41.25
Vancouver and Ketchikan   71.50
"   Wrangell    82.50
"          "   Petersburg   82.50
"           "   Juneau   93.50
"   Skagway   ,  104.50
"   Whitehorse  121.00
Prince Rupert and Ketchikan   49.50
Wrangell   60.50
Petersburg   60.50
Juneau   71.50
Skagway   82.50
Whitehorse   99.00
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement, including couplings.
Up to 4 feet in length-
One Way
 $1.65
Over 4 feet and not exceeding 8 feet  3.30
Over 8 feet and not exceeding 12 feet auto rate
Over 12 feet auto rate for route involved
plus 65c per foot for each additional foot or fraction thereof.
The charge beween Vancouver and Seattle (on direct vessel)
will be combined rates of Vancouver-Victoria and Victoria-Seattle.
Trailers can only be handled on certain vessels and for this
reason enquiry must first be made at Canadian Pacific Ticket Office
to ascertain if same can be carried. Any trailer measuring over
24 feet (including automobile towing it) can only be handled by
special arrangement.
RATES FOR MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above-mentioned
ports will be 11.65, with side car $3.30 (between Victoria and
Seattle $2.25, with side car $3.45).
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES (See Page 10)
AUTOMOBILE RESERVATIONS
To ensure space on trip desired, automobile reservations should
be made in advance, and car presented at ships side for loading at
least thirty minutes prior to scheduled sailing time.
CANADIAN and  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six months
(90 days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from
Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for
six months (90 days in the United States) without securing Customs
bond or depositing duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return
journey, it must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit
when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of Automobiles of American
manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs
at port of exit and on return journey to United States, State
registration card will be acceptable as establishing American origin
and ownership of such automobiles.
Th* times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice,
Auto
Day
(4)
No. of
Dining
Clear
Name of
Gross
Pass'.
No of State-
Room
ances
Steamship
Ton.
Cap.
Beds
rooms
Cap
Pt. In.
(l)UM3)Pr. Marguerite
5iUl
2000
95
51
190
7    0
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
51
190
7    0
(1) (2) (3) Pr. Kathleen
5908
1800
309
153
173
7   5
(1) (2) (3)Pr. Elizabeth
5251
1100
407
213
112
7   2
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Joan
5251
1100
407
213
112
7   2
(1) (2) (3) Pr. of   Nanaimo
6787
1500
8
4
160
7   9
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Louise
4032
1000
236
110
125
7 11
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Norah
2731
450
166
62
100
7   6
(l)(2M3)Pr. Mary
2155
600
156
64
52
6   3
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Elaine
2125
1200
3
1
100
9 10
(1)(2) (3) Pr. Maquinna
1777
300
90
45
65
6    2
(3)Motor Princess
1243
—
_~
■   —
—
9    9
(2) (3) Yukon Princess
—
—
4
2
—
 .
NOTE: Above clearances show the actual height of vessels'
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons and
tidal conditions prevailing.
(1) Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. All steamships burn fuel
oil. Princess Marguerite, Princess Patricia, Princess Kathleen,
Princess Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess of Nanaimo, Princess
Mary and Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Marguerite and
Princess Patricia are Turbo-electric Twin Screw. Princess Elaine
Geared Turbine Triple Screw.   All other ships are single screw.
(2) Equipped with Radar.
(3) Equipped with Radio Telephone for ship-to-shore communication.
(4) Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
On Pacific Coast
Los Angeles 14 Cal.   A. D. Macdonald      ?AnS£al A£en*
513 West 6th St
San Francisco 8, Cal.E. W. Travis
Portland 5, Ore. E. J. Dahlberg
W. W. Gosnell
Seattle 1 Wash.
Seattle   Wash.
Victoria, B.C.
Victoria, B.C.
Nanaimo, B.C.
Port Alberni, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
New Westminster,    R. M. Turner
B.C.
General Agent
185 Post St.
District  Pass'r  Rep.
207 Amer. Bank Bldg.
General Agent
1320 Fourth Ave.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St. Terminal
District Pass'r Agent
1102 Government St.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
Ticket Agent
Nanaimo Terminal
Agent
E. & N. Riy. Station
District Pass'r Agent
C.P.R.  Station
General Agent
434 W.  Hastings St.
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
C.   E.   McPherson   Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "C"
Can. Pac. Station
L. N. Jones
R. J. Burland
E. S. Brenen
W. A. Todd
A. D. Martinich
J. M. Alderson
F. H. Daly
R. McEwan
S. G. Lemmon
Westview, B.C.
Ocean  Falls,  B.C.
Terminal Ticket
Office
Mrs. Dorothy
Griffiths
Agents
Agent
Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C. J. D. Notman
Ketchikan, Alaska     Robert Browning    Agent
Wrangell, Alaska       Campbell Bros. Agents
Wm. K. McFarlane Agent
L. H. Johnston        General Agent
H. C. JAMES
Juneau, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
O. J. WILLIAMS
Manager
Victoria, B.  C.
3532—30M.
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B. C.
Printed in Canada
It
Issued September 30,1951
QtiwutUu^ Pacific
PRINCESS
LINES
PAGE
4
2
3
SEA  ROUTES
Vancouver-Victoria     -
Victoria - Seattle   -
Vancouver-Nanaimo -
Vancouver- Westview (Powell mver)
Comox    -      -      -      -      .      4:
Vancouver-Gulf Island
Ports    ' •-- '   '-     ' ■- A ' v- •" ,ifl    ■ '^4f-
West Coast Vancouver
Island Ports  -      -      -       -      5
Vancouver, Ocean Falls, Kitimat
Prince Rupert 5
ALASKA -       -       -       -       6
GOVERNED BY
PACIFIC STANDARD TIME
 /
 In Effect September 30, 1951, to April 26, 1952, Inclusive
DAILY SERVICE
Daily
"Princess
Marguerite"
"Princess Joan" or
"Princess Elizabeth"
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
9:40a.m.(2)
1:55 p.m.
10:00 a.m. (2)
3:15 p.m.
4:15p.m.(3)
9:30 p.m.
11:59 p.m.(l)
7:00 a.m.
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
2:45p.m.(3)
6:55 p.m.
11:59 p.m.(l)
7:00 a.m.
Numbers shown in schedule designate meals that will be served.
(1) Breakfast, $1.00 and $1.25; children,  65c.
(2) Table dHote Luncheon,  $1.75; children,  90c.
(3) Table d'Hote Dinner,  $2.00;  children,  $1.00.
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip, serving sandwiches,
tea,   coffee,   etc   (except  between   the  hours  of   12:30  a.m.   and
6:30 a.m.)
OPENING  OF  PASSENGER GANGWAYS  FOR
RECEPTION   OF   PASSENGERS
Vancouver-Victoria Night Service—passenger gangway will
be opened 10:00 p.m. at Vancouver and Victoria.
Vancouver-Victoria Day Service—passenger gangway will be
opened 45 minutes prior to sailing at Vancouver and at Victoria.
Vancouver-Nanaimo Service — passenger gangway will be
opened 30 minutes prior to sailing, except that on 2:30 p.m,
sailing from Nanaimo, plank will be opened 45 minutes prior
to sailing. Passenger gangway to overnight steamer laying at Nanaimo Terminal and sailing at 6:30 a.m. will be
opened at 10:30 p.m. previous day.
Vancouver-Gulf Islands—passenger gangway will be opened
30 minutes prior to sailing.
Vancouver.Westvlew-Comox — passenger gangway will be
opened at 10:00 p.m. at Vancouver and at Westview.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In Effect September 30, 1951, to April 26, 1952, Inclusive
Daily
Princess of
Nanaimo
Princess of
Nanaimo
Princess Patricia
or Pr. Marguerite
Lv. Vancouver
Ar.  Nanaimo
11:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
10:45 p.m.
Princess Patricia
or Pr. Marguerite
Princess of
Nanaimo
Princess of
Nanaimo
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 a.m.
8:40 a.m.
2:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
11:30 p.m.
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte)
ESQUIMALT  AND   NANAIMO   RAILWAY   CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 11:00 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and intermediate points.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:30 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and intermediate points.
Do you know that Bicycles (not Motorcycles), Baby
Carriages and Go-Carts are considered as Passenger's
Baggage and may be checked Free of Charge.
STATEROOM   ACCOMMODATION
Excellent sleeping accommodation is provided on all
"Princess" ships between all ports.
Single berths at moderate rates, exclusive staterooms
from two berth rooms to deluxe suites at reasonable rates
to suit all requirements.
Open berths (men only) on night ships between Vancouver-Victoria and Vancouver-Westview are on sale on
application to Agent.
Staterooms are available overnight at Nanaimo on board
Princess Patricia or Princess Marguerite one or other of
which sail from Nanaimo at 6:30 a.m. for Vancouver. You
may go aboard at 10:30 p.m. previous evening and get up
just prior to arrival at Vancouver.
WESTVIEW ( P£^SL) - COMOX
In Effect September 30, 1951, to April 26, 1952,. Inclusive
Princess Mary
Princess Mary
Princess Mary
Read down
Tuesday
Thursday
Sunday
Lv. Vancouver
11:45 p.m. Tue.
11:45
p.m.
Thu.
11:45 p.m.
Sun.
Ar. Westview
6:30 a.m. Wed.
6:30
a.m.
Fri.
6:30 a.m.
Mon.
Lv. Westview
7:30 a.m. Wed
7:30
a.m.
Fri.
7:30 a.m.
Mon.
Ar. Blubber Bay
a.m. Wed.
a.m.
Fri.
a.m.
Mon.
Ar. Hornby Island
10:00 a.m. Wed
—
__
Ar. Denman   Island
a.m. Wed.
—•
—
Ar. Union Bay
p.m. Wed
p.m.
Fri.
p.m.
Mon.
Ar. Comox
p.m. Wed.
p.m.
Fri.
p.m.
Mon.
Lv. Comox
2:30 p.m. Wed.
2:30
p.m.
Fri.
2:30 p.m.
Mon.
Lv. Blubber Bay
5:00 p.m. Wed.
5:00
p.m.
Fri.
5:00 p.m.
Mon.
Ar. Westview
p.m. Wed.
p.m.
Fri.
p.m.
Mon.
Lv. [Westview
11:15 p.m. Wed.
11:15
p.m.
Fri.
11:15 p.m.
Mon.
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 a.m. Thu.
6:30
a.m.
Sat.
6:30 a.m.
Tue.
NOTE:—Powell  River  located  3%   miles  North  of  Westview  by
road. Passengers make their own way by Bus.
Where no day shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast   $1.00,   Children   50c;   Table   d'Hote   Luncheon   $1.25,
Children  65c;   Dinner  $1.50,   Children  75c;  Afternoon  Tea 50c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Room.
ESQUIMALT AND  NANAIMO  RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves Union
Bay at 4:54 p.m.  daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 11:04 a.m. daily except Sunday.
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
In Effect October 2, 1951, to April 26, 1952, Inclusive
Steamship "Princess Mary"
TUESDAY
THURSDAY
Lv. Vancouver  9:00 a.m.
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay (2)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Galiano Island (1)
Ar. Vancouver (about) 9:00 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver  ...9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island
Ar. Port Washington   (2)
(North Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Vancouver  6:30 p.m.j
SATURDAY
Lv. Vancouver  9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island  (1)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington (2)
(North Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges  Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Saturna Island
Lv. Hope Bay (2)   4:00 p.m.
(North Pender Island)
Ar. Vancouver 8:30 p.m.
(1) Montague Hbr. and Gossip Isl. reached via Galiano Island.
(2) Call is made at North Pender Island either at Hope Bay
on Tuesday, Port Washington on Thursday and at both ports on
Saturday as indicated in schedule above. The distance between
these ports by road is about 2y2 miles.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast   $1.00,   Children   50c;   Luncheon   $1.25,   Children   65c;
Dinner $1.50, Children 75c; Afternoon Tea 50c.
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip.
4
The times and dates of arrival and departure from va rJQU,s ports will be followed as closely as possible, but ar^ subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
West Coast Vancouver Island
Steamship will leave Victoria at 11 p.m. on following dates:
Oct.       2, 10, 18, 26, 1951 Jan.       6, 14, 22> 30> 1952
Nov.      3, 11, 19, 27, 1951        Feb. 7, 15, 23, 1952
Dec.       5, 13, 21, 29, 1951        March   2, 10, 18, 26, 1952
 April     3, 11, 19, 27, 1952
Northbound
Read Down
Sailing Day
First Day
"Princess  Maquinna"
PORTS OF CALL
Lv. 11 p.m. VICTORIA 7 a.m. Arr.
Port Renfrew „..„...„. "
_(11(2) Carmanah
X2)  Clo-oose  „... .., "
  Bamfield ___,     «
1. "  —  (3)  Sarita Bay .„.„„.   "
J   " -...„„.   (1)  Ecoole              ~^~
--— —. Kildonan      "
1  " -----  (1) Green Cove  "
I   "    (1)  Franklin River   "
▼
" - (4) PORT ALBERNI (5)     "
Second Day
'   "  -    Ucluelet         «
" (l)Pt.Albion (Ucluelet Arm) u
T
"  -    Tofino  	
"  - Clayoquot (3)  «
"    (2)  Kakawis ............ "
r
"    Ahousat   (2)	
"   (3)Refuse Cove (Hot Springs Cove) "
   (2)  Hesquiat ............. u
i
    Nootka Cannery          "
"  (3) Muchalat 	
Third Day
"  -  (S)  Tahsis
1
i
 Ceepeecee  "
(1) Esperanza   "
"   ----- (1)  Hecate  "
i
"    Zeballos	
Ar  Chamiss Bay  Lv.
Southbound
Read Up
Sixth Day
-
Fifth Day
Fourth Day
i
Third Day
(1) Call made by special arrangement.
(2) Boat Landing   (Ahousat call,  will be  made northbound  at
wharf and southbound as a boat landing.) nortnoound at
(3) Call  is made northbound  each  trip.     The  southbound call
will be made only by special arrangement. CaH
adverUsf^dTte^ ^ ^ ^ northbound Prior to 11:59 p.m.  on
adve^tisf^dTt^ WiH n0t  Sail southbound Prior to  H:00 a.m.  on
Ocean Falls    -    Kitimat    -    Prince Rupert
Weekly Service        -        "Princess Norah"
Northbound
Lv, Vancouver
Ar. Campbell River    (about)
Ar. Ocean Falls
Ar. Kemano Bay
Ar. Kitimat
Ar. Prince Rupert
8:00 p.m.
3:00 a.m.
9:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
Friday
Saturday
?>
Sunday
Monday
Southbound
Lv. Prince Rupert
Ar. Kitimat
Ar. Kemano Bay
Lv. Ocean Falls
Ar. Vancouver
(about)
10:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
ALASKA
PASSENGER, FREIGHT & MAIL SERVICE
PORTS OF CALL
.E'5
r-3
Oct
10
12
13
14
1 a* <u
.ES
Oct
20
22
23
24
I   «S   OJ
1   O   V)
.Ea
Oct
31
iNov
2
3
4
1 cu     >
J'i
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Nov
10
12
13
14
1  *
n
3
Q
«
*a
«
a
a
M
u\
H
1 u   V)
1 c E
a.-j
Mar
12
14
15
16
1 M
s s
•E'5
Mar
22
24
25
26
L§jji
a.-i
Apr
2
4
5
6
.E a
i- <'
Apr
12
14
15
16
.51
Lv. Vancouver 8 p.m.
See Note (!)
a m
Apr
23
" Pr.   Rupert   ..a.m.
" Ketchikan p.m.
25
" Petersburg  ...a.m.
" Juneau    p.m.
26
Ar. Skagway   a.m.
27
Lv. Skagway  p.m.
15
16
17
19
1
25
26
27
29
5
6
7
1
15
16
17
19
17
18
19
21
27
28
29
31
7
8
9
11
17,
18
19
21
28
" Juneau  a.m.
" Wrangell   ....p.m.
29
Ketchikan a.m.
" Pr. Rupert  ...p.m.
30
Ar. Vancouver
About 9 a.m.
See Note (2)        1
V^ay
2
advfnlted^a^ ^ dU* t0 arrive in Skagway about 9:00 a.m. oa
nn iinli3SL(Jrthbo??ld Passen&ers from Seattle or Victoria may »eare
aVJIJ. «?teamships within fifteen (15) days previous to wOlinff of
Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
q.rin(n)rv»Southbou?,d Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about
y.uo a.m., connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
FREIGHT & MAIL SERVICE-NO PASSENGERS
PORTS OF CALL
1 C  ' >
° "
I = "Z
>-CL
Nov
21
24
25
26
= 2
1 ° 2
\>CL
Dec
5
8
9
10
1 s < >
u=
1 3'£
r°*
Dec
19
22
23
24
il!
r
Jan
2
5
6
7
1 c < '
o  "
Ijac c
1 ='Z
b-o.
Jan
16
19
20
21
1 c < »
|o «!
\>a.
Jan
30
Feb
—
3
I c <
o <£
1 JX  c
\>a.
Feb
13
16
17
fl
|>-Q.
Lv. Vancouver 8 p.m.
Feb.
27
" Pr.   Rupert   ..a.m.
Ketchikan ... .p.m.
M^7
1
" Petersburg  ...a.m.
2
Juneau    p.m.
Ar. Skaqwav             a.m.
4    18
"«"
Lv. Skagway     p.m.
28
29
30
Dec
1
3
12
13
14
15
17
26
27
28 j
29
31
9
10
11
12
14
23
24
25
26
28
6
7
8
9
11
20
21
22 j
23
25
5
" Juneau    a.m.
6
" Wrangell    p.m.
Ketchikan          a.m-
7
^r.   Rupert   .. .p.m.
8
Ar. Vancouver
About 9 a.m.
10
WHITE  PASS  AND YUKON   ROUTE SERVICE
Connecting with all Canadian Pacific Railway Company  (B.C.
c.b.}. Alaska steamships.   During the summer season, daily train
service   is  operated   between   Skagway  and  Whitehorse.
the year~Weekly  train  service  ma*ntained  during the  balance of
 Special Cruh>es
To Alaska
BY THE LUXURIOUS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS KATHLEEN"
PORTS OF CALL
June
July
July
August
Lv. Vancouver       8:00 pm
See Foot-note   (1)
Sat.    SO
Wed. 11
Sat.    21
Wed.   1
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:30 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert     10:30 am
Cruise Behm Canal to
Punch Bowl     4:30 pm
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      10:00 pm
July
Mon.    2
Fri.    13
Mon. 23
Fri.      3
Ar Juneau      abt 3:00 pm
Lv. Juneau            11:30 pm
Tue.     3
Sat.    14
Tue. 24
Sat.     4
Ar. Skagway   abt 9:00 am
Wed.   4
Sun.   IS
Wed. 25
Sun.     5
Lv. Skagway      11:45 p.m.
Thu.    5
Mon.  16
Thu.   26
Mon.    6
Ar. Glacier Bay abt 11 am
Lv. Glacier Bay
abt 12 noon
Fri.      6
Tue.   17
Fri.    27
Tue.     7
Ar. Wrangell abt 8:00 am
Lv. Wrangell           12 noon
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      11:30 pm
Sat.     7
Wed. 18
Sat.    28
Wed.   8
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:00 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert     11:00 am
(Cruise Grenville Channel
Gardner Canal, Goat Hbr.)
Sun.     8
Thu.  19
Sun.   29
Thu.     9
Ar. Ocean Falls   abt 8 am
Lv. Ocean Falls   11:00 am
Mon.    9
Fri.    20
Mon.  30
Fri.    10
Ar. Vancouver        9:00 am
See Foot- note (2)
Tue.   10
Sat.    21
Tue.   31
Sat.    11
PORTS OF CALL
August
August
|   Sept.
Lv. Vancouver       8:00 pm
See Foot-note   (1)
Sat.
11
Wed. 22
Mon.  3
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:30 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert     10:30 am
Cruise Behm Canal to
Punch Bowl     4:30 pm
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      10:00 pm
Mon
.  13
Fri.    24
Wed. 5
Ar Juneau       abt  3:00 pm
Lv. Juneau            11:30 pm
Ar. Skagway   abt 9:00 am
Tue.
14
Sat.    25
Thu.  6
Wed
. 15
Sun.   26
i   Fri. 7
Lv. Skagway      11:45 p.m.
Thu
.   16
Mon. 27
Sat.   8
Ar. Glacier Bay abt 11 am
Lv. Glacier Bay
abt 12 noon
Fri.
17
Tue.   28
Sun.  9
Ar. Wrangell abt 8:00 am
Lv. Wrangell           12 noon
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      11:30 pm
Sat.
18
Wed. 29
Mon. 10
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:00 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert     11:00 am
(Cruise Grenville Channel
Gardner Canal, Goat Hbr.)
Ar. Ocean Falls   abt 8 am
Lv. Ocean Falls    11:00 am
Sun.
19
Thu.   30
Tue. 11
Mon
.   20
Fri.     31
Wed. 12
Ar. Vancouver        9:00 am
See Foot- note (2)
Tue
21
Sept.
Sat.     1
Thu. 13
(1) Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria leave on
local steamships connecting with Alaska steamships from
Vancouver.
(2) Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver in
morning, connecting with local steamships for Victoria and
Seattle.
Seattle
Victoria
or
Vancouver
Summer
Rates
fin Effect
to
Aug. 31
38.20
P4   ^ENGER FARES BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PP   TS
BETWEEN                                                                 One-way R.T.
Vancouver and Victoria  $ 3.75 $ 6.75
Vancouver and Seattle  (1)    6.50 11.70
Vancouver and Nanaimo   ,     2.00 3.60
Vancouver and Galiano Island      2.00 3.60
Vancouver and Mayne Island     2.00 3.60
Vancouver and Port Washington      2.00 3.60
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour    2.00 3.60
Vancouver and Union Bay      5.40 9.75
Vancouver  and  Comox      5.40 9.75
Vancouver and Westview     4.30 7.75
Vancouver and Blubber Bay     4.30 7.75
Vancouver      (   Qcean FaUs   28 75 5L75
Victoria }   Prince   Rupert    39'90 7L85
Seattle and Victoria      3.95 7.10
Seattle and Ocean Falls   35.00 63.00
Seattle and Prince Rupert   46.15 83.10
Ketchikan   54.00
Wrangell    62.50
Petersburg  65.00
Juneau    75.00
Skagway    81.25
Ketchikan   47.75
Wrangell    56.25
Petersburg    58.75
Juneau    68.75
Skagway     75.00.
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert   21.20
Victoria   and   Bamfield       7.60
Victoria   and   Clayoquot     15.70 —
Victoria and  Tofino    15.70 —
Victoria and Nootka   22.35 —
Victoria and Zeballos   22.80 —
Victoria and Chamiss Bay  24.95 —
Port Alberni and Ucluelet      4.25 —
Port Alberni and Tofino      5.40 —
Port Alberni and Clayoquot     5.60 —
Port Alberni and Nootka   17.35 —
Port Alberni and Zeballos   18.65 —
Port Alberni and Chamiss Bay   20.70 —
R. T.—30 days round trip.
Fares between other ports on application.
(l)Good for stop-over at Victoria.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $12.65 and
round trip $25.30 or more ($13.95 one way and $25.15 round trip on
Northern British Columbia Coast Route). Tickets reading from
Seattle to Northern B.C. and Alaska ports include passage and
meals between Seattle and Vancouver, and from Victoria passage
only between Victoria and Vancouver.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double one-way fare.
WEEK-END FARES
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN Fare
Vancouver and Victoria  5.65
Vancouver and Nanaimo  3.00
Vancouver and Seattle (stop-over at Victoria)  9.75
Victoria and Seattle  ~  5.95
(1) Vancouver and Mayne Island  3.00
(l)Vancouver and Galiano Island _. 3.00
(l)Vancouver and Port Washington  3.00
(1) Vancouver and Ganges Harbour  3.00
Going   Limit—From 12 noon  Friday until 2  p.m.  Sunday of each
week-end. Except going days between Vancouver and Seattle
only will be a.m. Friday to Sunday.
Return Limit—From destination not later than 12 midnight Monday
following date of sale, except return limit will be Tuesday from
Gulf Islands ports designated (1).
ONE-DAY TRIPS
♦Vancouver to Newcastle  Island and return $1.85
Daily service to this attractive resort.    A delightful sport for
a day's outing.   Bathing, hiking, and excellent picnic facilities.
♦Vancouver to Nanaimo and return  2.15
Every  Saturday and   Sunday  returning  same   day,   frequent
daily sailings.
Vancouver to Gulf Islands and return  2.25
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:00 a.m.
♦Effective June 30.
TOMOBILE RATES AND REGULAR INS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid
adult passenger ticket, ordinary passenger automobile (not trucks
or other vehicles under commercial license), not intended for sale,
delivery or demonstration, may be handled as baggage traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown and under tariff regulations.
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to continuous passage)  $ 10,
Victoria and  Seattle  	
Vancouver and Victoria 	
Vancouver and Nanaimo 	
Vancouver, Westview and Blubber Bay 	
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox 	
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay or Westview	
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports 	
Inter Island   (Gulf Island Ports)   	
Vancouver and Prince Rupert       41
Vancouver and Ketchikan       71
"   Wrangell         82
" "    Petersburg        82
" "    Juneau          93
" "    Skagway       104.
"   Whitehorse         121.
Prince Rupert and Ketchikan      49.
"   Wrangell       60,
" " "    Petersburg         60,
" " "   Juneau       71.
"    Skagway       82.
"   Whitehorse       99.
00
50
00
.00
.00
00
00
.50
.00
25
50
.50
.50
.50
,50
00
50
,50
,50
50
50
00
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement, including couplings. One Way
Up to 4 feet in length $1.65
Over 4 feet and not exceeding 8 feet  3.30
Over 8 feet and not exceeding 12 feet auto rate
Over 12 feet auto rate for route involved
plus 65c per foot for each additional foot or fraction thereof.
The charge beween Vancouver and Seattle (on direct vessel)
will be combined rates of Vancouver-Victoria and Victoria-Seattle.
Trailers can only be handled on certain vessels and for this
reason enquiry must first be made at Canadian Pacific Ticket Office
to ascertain if same can be carried. Any trailer measuring over
24 feet (including automobile towing it) can only be handled by
special arrangement.
RATES FOR MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above-mentioned
ports will be $1.65, with side car $3.30 (between Victoria and
Seattle $2.25, with aide car $3.45).
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES (See Page 10)
AUTOMOBILE RESERVATIONS
To ensure space on trip desired, automobile reservations should
be made in advance, and car presented at ships side for loading at
least thirty minutes prior to  scheduled sailing time.
CANADIAN  and   UNITED  STATES  CUSTOMS  REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six months
(90 days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from
Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for
six months (90 days in the United States) without securing Customs
bond or depositing duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return
journey, it must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit
when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of Automobiles of American
manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs
at port of exit and on return journey to United States, State
registration card will be acceptable as establishing American origin
and ownership of such automobiles.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
Name of
Steamship
l)(2)(3)Pr. Marguerite
l)(2)(3)Pr. Patricia
1) (2) (3)Pr. Kathleen
1) (2) (3)Pr. Elizabeth
l)(2)(3)Pr. Joan
Day (4)    No. of   Diiw^
Gross Pass'r  No. of State-   Boom
Ton.     Cap.     Beds  rooms
5911
5911
5908
5251
5251
l)(2)(3)Pr. of   Nanaimo   6787
2000
2000
1800
1100
1100
1500
1000
450
600
1200
300
95
95
309
407
407
8
236
166
156
3
90
51
51
153
213
213
4
110
Cap
190
190
173
112
112
160
125
100
Clear-
anoef
Ft. In.
7 •
7 •
7 5
7 2
7 2
7
7 11
7 5
6 3
9 10
• 2
9    9
1)(2)      Pr. Louise 4032
1) (2)      Pr. Norah 2731
l)(2)(3)Pr. Mary 2155 600       156 64
1) (2) (3)Pr. Elaine 2125       1200 3 1 100
(1)(2)     Pr. Maquinna 1777 300 90 45 €5
(3)Motor Princess     1243 — —        — —
(2) (3)Yukon Princess — —        —        — —     — —
NOTE: Above clearances show the actual height of vessels'
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons and
tidal conditions prevailing.
(1) Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. All steamships burn fuel
oil. Princess Marguerite, Princess Patricia, Princess Kathleen,
Princess Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess of Nanaimo, Princess
Mary and Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Marguerite and
Princess Patricia are Turbo-electric Twin Screw. Princess Elaine
Geared Turbine Triple Screw.    All other ships are single screw.
(2) Equipped with Radar.
(3) Equipped with Radio Telephone for ship-to-shore communication.
(4) Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
On Pacific Coast
Los Angeles 14 Cal.
A. D. Macdonald
General Agent
513 West 6th St.
San Francisco 8, Cal.E. W. Travis
General Agent
185 Post St.
Portland 5, Ore.
E. J. Dahlberg
District  Pass'r  Rep.
207 Amer. Bank Bldg.
Seattle 1 Wash.
W. W. Gosnell
General Agent
1320 Fourth Ave.
Seattle   Wash.
L. N. Jones
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St.  Terminal
Victoria, B.C.
R. J. Burland
District Pass'r Agent
1102 Government St.
Victoria, B.C.
E. S. Brenen
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
Nanaimo, B.C.
W. A. Todd
Ticket Agent
Nanaimo Terminal
Port Alberni, B.C.
A. D. Martinich
Agent
E. & N. Riy. Station
Vancouver, B.C.
J. M. Alderson
District Pass'r Agent
C.P.R.  Station
Vancouver, B.C.
F. H. Daly
General Agent
434 W.  Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.
R. McEwan
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
Vancouver, B.C.
C.   E.   McPherson
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Vancouver, B.C.
S. G. Lemmon
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "C"
New Westminster,
B.C.
R. M. Turner
Can. Pac. Station
Westview, B.C.
Terminal Ticket
Office
Agents
Ocean  Falls,  B.C.
Mrs. Dorothy
Griffiths
Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C.
J. D. Notman
Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska
Robert Browning
Agent
Wrangell, Alaska
Campbell Bros.
Agents
Juneau, Alaska
Wm. K. McFarlane
- Agent
Skagway, Alaska
L. H. Johnston
General Agent
O. J. WILLIAMS
H. C. JAMES
Manager
General Passenger Agent
Victoria, B.  C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Il
3526—30M
Printed in Canada
10
-issued June 30, 1951s
Canadian Pacific
PRINCESS
LINES
*a
SEA  ROUTES
Vancouver - Victoria
Victoria - Seattle   -
Vancouver-Nanaimo -
page
2
2
3
Vancouver- Westview (Powell River)
Comox    -      -      -       -      -      4
Vancouver- Gulf Island
Ports
West Coast Vancouver
Island Ports  -
ALASKA
GOVERNED BY
PACIFIC STANDARD TIME
4UN3 0t95t
4
5
6
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
 V \NCOUVER - NANAIMC
VANCOUVER, NANAIMO and NEWCASTLE ISLAND
In Effect June 29 to September 4„ 1951, inclusive
WFSTVIEW (PSvlfeL) -COMOX
In Effect to September 29, 1951, Inclusive
Steamship  "Princess Mary"
In Effect to September 29,1951, Inclusive
DAILY SERVICE
Read Down
Princess
Elaine
Pr. Joan
or  (1)
Elizabeth
Princess
Nanaimo
Princess
Elaine
Princess
Nanaimo
Pr. Patricia
or
Marguerite
Ly. Vancouver
Ar Nanaimo
Ar. Ntweastle
7:f5am
10:15 am
8:15 am
11:30 am
11:00 am
10:00 am
12:30 pm
2:30 pm
5:00 pm
5:00 pm
7:30 pm
6:45 pm
9:00 pm
Read Down
Pr. Patricia
or
Marguerite
Princess
Elalnt
Princess
Nanaimo
1 Pr. Joan
or (1)
Elizabeth
Princess
Elaine
Princess
Nanaimo
Lt. Newcastle
Lt. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancowei
6:30 am
8:45 am |
11:15 am
1:4 5 pm
1:30 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm
4:30 pm
7:4'5 pm
6:00 pm
8:30 pm
8:15 pm
10:45 pm
Read Down
"Princess Marguerite"
"Princess Patricia"
1       "Princess Elizabeth"
or "Princess Joan"
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
10:30 a.m.
2:45 p.m. (2)
4:30 p.m. (3)
8:30 p.m.
3:00 pm (3)
8:00 pm
In effect
June 29
to
September 16
inclusive.
8:30 am (2)
1:30 pm
10:59 pm (1)
6:00 am
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver]
8:00 a.m. (1)
11:50 a.m. (2)
1:10 p.m. (2)
5:25 p.m.
10:59 pm (1)
6:00 am
In Effect September 5 to 29, 1951, Inclusive
Read Down
Princess   Elaine
Princess   Elaine
Pr. Marguerite
or Pr. Patricia
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
10:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
6:45 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
Pr. Marguerite
or Pr. Patricia
Princess   Elaine
Princess  Elaine
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 a.m.
8:45 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
10:45 p.m.
Read down
Tuesday
Thursday
Sunday
Lv. Vancouver
10:45 p.m. Tue.
10:45 p.m. Thu.
10:45 p.m. Sun.
Ar. Westview
5:30 a.m. Wed.
5:30 a.m. Fri.
5:30 a.m. Mon.
Lv. Westview
7:00 a.m. Wed.
7:00 a.m. Fri.
7:00 a.m. Mon.
Ar. Blubber Bay
a.m. Wed.
a.m. Fri.
a.m.Mon.
Ar. Hornby Island
9:00 a.m. Wed.
—
(1)
Ar. Denman   Island
a.m. Wed.
—
—
Ar. Union Bay
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Mon.
Ar. Comox
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Mon.
Lv. Comox
1:30 p.m. Wed.
1:30 p.m. Fri.
1:30 p.m. Mon.
Lv. Blubber Bay
4:00 p.m. Wed.
4:00 p.m. Fri.
4:00 p.m. Mon.
Ar. Westview
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Mon.
Lv.jWestview
10:15 p.m. Wed.
10:15: p.m. Fri.
10:15 p.m. Mon.
Ar. Vancouver
5:30 a.m. Thu.
5:30 a.m. Sat.
5:30 a.m. Tues.
Numbers shown in schedule designate meals that will be served.
(1) Breakfast, $1.00 and $1.25; children, 65c.
(2) Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.75; children, 90c.
(3) Table d'Hote Dinner, $2.00; children  $1.00.
Coffee room open for practically entire trip, serving sandwiches,
tea, coffee, etc. (except between the hours of 12:30 a.m. and
0:30 a.m.)
(1) Automobiles and Automobile Passengers only, will be
handled on this sailing from Vancouver and Nanaimo on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte)
ESQUIMALT  AND   NANAIMO   RAILWAY   CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 10:00 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and intermediate points.
Steamship from Nanaimo 1:30 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and intermediate points.
(1) Call will be made at Hornby Island each Monday, effective
June 18 to September 24 inclusive.
NOTE:—Powell  River located  3^   miles North  of  Westview  by
road. Passengers make their own way by Bus.
Where no day shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast $1.00, Children 50c; Table d'Hote Luncheon $1.25,
Children 65c; Dinner $1.50, Children 75c; Afternoon Tea 50c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Room.
ESQUIMALT AND  NANAIMO  RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves Union
Bay at 3:54 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 10:04 a.m. daily except Sunday.
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
In Effect to September 29,1951, Inclusive
Steamship "Princess Mary"
OPENING OP PASSENGER GANGWAYS FOR
RECEPTION  OF PASSENGERS
Vancouver-Victoria Night Service—passenger gangway will
be opened 9:00 p.m. at Vancouver and Victoria.
Vancouver-Victoria Day Service—passenger gangway will be
epened 45 minutes prior to sailing at Vancouver and at Victoria.
Vancouver-Nanaimo Service — passenger gangway will be
opened 30 minutes prior to sailing, except that on 1:30 p.m.
sailing from Nanaimo, plank will be opened 45 minutes prior
to sailing. Passenger gangway to overnight steamer laying at Nanaimo Terminal and sailing at 6:30 a.m. will be
opened at 10:30 p.m. previous day.
Vancouver-Gulf Islands—passenger gangway will be opened
30 minutes prior to sailing.
Vancouver-Westview-Comox — passenger gangway will be
opened at 9:00 p.m. at Vancouver and at Westview.
Do you know that Bicycles (not Motorcycles), Baby
Carriages and Go-Carts are considered as Passenger's
Baggage and may be checked Free of Charge.
THURSDAY
Lv. Vancouver  8:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island (1)
Ar. Pt. Washington (2)
(N. Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Vancouver about 5:30 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. Vancouver   8:00 a.m.
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay (2)
(N. Pender Island)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Galiano Island (1)
Ar. Vancouver about 8:00 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. Vancouver  8:00 a.m
Ar. Galiano Island (1)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Pt. Washington (2)
(N.  Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Saturna Island
Lv. Hope Bay (2)
CN. Pender Island)
Ar. Vancouver about 7:30 p.m.
(1) Montague Hbr. and Gossip Isl. reached via Galiano Island.
(2) Call is made at North Pender Island either at Hope Bay
on Tuesday, Port Washington on Thursday and Sunday, and at
both ports on Saturday as indicated in schedule above. The distance between these ports by road is about 2y2  miles.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast $1.00, Children 50c; Luncheon $1.25, Children 65c;
Dinner $1.50, Children 75c; Afternoon Tea 50c.
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip.
2 3 4
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change  without notice.
STATEROOM    ACCOMMODATION
Excellent sleeping accommodation is provided on all
"Princess" ships between all ports.
Single berths at moderate rates, exclusive staterooms
from two berth rooms to deluxe suites at reasonable rates
to suit all requirements.
Open berths (men only) on night ships between Vancouver-Victoria and Vancouver-Westview are on sale on
application to Agent.
Staterooms are available overnight at Nanaimo on board
Princess Patricia or Princess Marguerite one or other of
which sail from Nanaimo at 6:30 a.m. for Vancouver. You
may go aboard at 10:30 p.m. previous evening and get up
just prior to arrival at Vancouver.
SUNDAY
Lv.
Vancouver 	
...8:00 a.m.
Ar.
Ganges
Harbour...
12:00 noon
Lv.
Ganges
Harbour
. 1:30 p.m.
Lv.
Pt. Washington ..
. 2:30 p.m.
Lv.
Mayne
Island	
. 3:15 p.m.
Lv.
Galiano
Island	
. 4:00 p.m.
Ar.
Vancouver  (about) 7:00 p.m.
Note:—This
sailing will operate
May 27 to
September
30 inclus-
lve.
Trcst Coast Vancouver Islair*
Steamship will leave Victoria at 10:00 p.m. on the following
dates:
June 4, 12, 20, 28, 1951
July 6, 14, 22, 30, 1951
August 7, 15, 23, 31, 1951
September 8, 16, 24, 1951
October     2, 10, 18, 26, 1951
Northbound
Read Down
Sailing Day
First Day
Second Day
9
Third Day
"Princess Maquinna"
PORTS OF CALL
Lv.
10 p.m. VICTORIA 7 a.m. Arr.
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Southbound
Read Up
Sixth Day
Fifth Day
Fourth Day
Third Day
(1) Call made by special arrangement.
(2) Boat Landing  (Ahousat call, will be made northbound at
wharf and southbound as a boat landing.)
(3) Call  is  made  northbound  each trip.   The  southbound  call
will be made only by special arrangement.
(4) Steamship will not sail northbound prior to  10:59 p.m.  on
advertised date.
(5) Steamship will not sail southbound prior to  10:00 a.m.  on
advertised date.
CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES
REGULAR SERVICE
WHITEHORSE - DAWSON CITY
Vancouver and Edmonton to Whitehorse, Dawson City, and
Fairbanks,  Edmonton to Yellowknife and Port Radium.
ALASKA
(
PORTS OF CALL
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28
29
30
31
Aug
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31
Lv. Vancouver 8 p.m.
See Note (1)
Jne
23
Jne.
27
Jiy.
4
6
7
8
Jiy.
7
8
9
10
11
Jiy.
14
16
17
18
Jiy.
18
19
20
21
22
Jiy.
25
27
28
29
Aug
4
" Ocean Falls .. p.m.
25
28
29
30
t
" Pr.   Rupert   ..a.m.
" Ketchikan p.m
6
" Petersburg  ...a.m
" Juneau    p.m.
26
7
Ar. Skagway  a.m.
27
8
Lv. Skagway  p.m.
28
2
9
10
11
13
12
13
14
15
16
19
20
21
23
23
24
25
26
27
30
31
Aug
1
3
2
j 3
4
5
6
9
" Juneau  a.m.
" Wrangell   ....p.m.
29
. 3
10
" Ketchikan a.m.
" Pr. Rupert  ... p.m.
30
4
11
" Ocean Falls . .a.m.
5
Ar. Vancouver
About 9 a.m.
See Note (2)
Jiy.
2
6
13
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15
17
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Aug
18
19
20
21
22
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37
Aug
25
27
28
29
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Aug
29
30
31
Sep
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29
30
Oct
1
2
3
Sailing No. ^->
32
Lv. Vancouver 8 p.m.
See Note (1)
Aug
8
9
10
" Ocean Falls .. p.m.
" Pr.   Rupert   ..a.m.
" Ketchikan p.m.
" Petersburg  ...a.m.
" Juneau    p.m.
11
12
18
19
Ar. Skagway  a.m.
Lv. Skagway  p.m.
13
14
20
21
22
24
23
24
25
26
27
30
31
Sep
1
3
3
4
5
6
7
13
14
15
16
17
24
25
26
27
28
1 4
5
6
7
8
" Juneau  a.m.
" Wrangell   ....p.m.
" Ketchikan a.m.
' Pr.  Rupert   ... p.m.
15
16
17
" Ocean Falls . .a.m.
Ar. Vancouver
About 9 a.m.
See Note (2)
Steamships are due to arrive in Skagway about 9:00 a.m. on
advertised date.
(1) Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave
on local steamships within fifteen (15) days previous to sailing of
Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
(2) Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about
9:00 a.m., connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON ROUTE SERVICE
Connecting with all Canadian Pacific Railway Company (B.C.
C.S.). Alaska steamships. During the summer season, daily train
service is operated between Skagway and Whitehorse. Dawson
steamships leave Whitehorse every 10 days connecting directly with
each sailing of the Princess Louise.
Semi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of
the year.
Plane service at least twice a week between Whitehorse,
Dawson and Mayo.
6
 "O" Special Cruises
To Alaska
BY THE LUXURIOUS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS KATHLEEN"
PORTS   OF   CALL
Lv. Vancouver
See-note   (1)
8:00 pm
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:30 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert 10:30 am
Cruise Behm Canal to
Punch Bowl 4:30 pm
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan     10:00 pm
Ar. Juneau abt
Lv. Juneau
3:00 pm
11:30 pm
Ar. Skagway abt 9:00 am
June
Sat.     21
Mon.   23
Tue.    24
Wed. 25
July
Wed.    2
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.      6
July
Sat.     12
Mon.   14
Tue.    15
Wed. 16
Lv. Skagway        11:59 pm
Ar. Glacier Bay abt 11 am
Lv. Glacier Bay
abt 12 noon
Ar. Wrangell abt 8:00 am
Lv. Wrangell 12 noon
Ar.  Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan     11:30 pm
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:00 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert 11:00 am
(Cruise Grenville Channel
Gardner Canal, Goat Hbr.)
Ar. Ocean Falls abt 8 am
Lv. Ocean Falls   11:00 am
Ar. Vancouver       9:00 am
See Foot-note (2)
Thur. 26
Fri.     27
Sat.     28
Sun.    29
Mon.   30
July
Tue.      1
Mon.     7
Tue.      8
Wed.     9
jThur. 10
Fri.     11
Sat.     12
July
Wed.   23
Fri.     25
Sat.     26
Sun.    27
Mon.   28
Tue.    29
Sat.     19
Sun.    20
Mon.   21
Tue.    22
Wed.   30
Thur. 31
August
Fri.       1
Sat.       2
PORTS   OF   CALL
Lv. Vancouver      8:00 pm
See-note  (1)
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:30 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert 10:30 am
Cruise Behm Canal to
Punch Bowl 4:30 pm
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan     10:00 pm]
Ar. Juneau abt
Lv. Juneau
3:00 pm
11:30pm
Ar. Skagway abt 9:00 am
Aug.
Sat.       2
Mon.
Tue.
Wed.    6
Aug.
Wed.   13
Fri.      15
Sat.     16
Sun.    17
Aug.
Sat.     23
Mon.   25
Tue.    26
Wed.   27
Sept.
Wed.    3
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Lv. Skagway        11:59 pm
Ar. Glacier Bay abt 11 am
Lv. Glacier Bay
 abt 12 noon
Ar. Wrangell abt 8:00 am
Lv. Wrangell 12 noon
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan 11:30 pm
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:00 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert 11:00 am
(Cruise Grenville Channel
Gardner Canal, Goat Hbr.)
Ar.
Lv.
Ocean Falls abt 8 am
Ocean Falls   11:00 am
Ar. Vancouver       9:00 am
See Foot-note (2)
Thur.
7
Mon.   18
Tue.    19
Thur. 28
Fri.
8
Fri.     29
Sat.
9
Wed.   20
Sat.     30
Sun.
10
Thur. 21
Sun.    31
Mon.
11
Fri.     22
Sept.
Mon.     1
Tue.
12
Sat.     23
Tue.     2
Mon.     8
Tue.
Wed.  10
Thur. 11
Fri.     12
Sat.    13
(1) Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria leave on
local steamships connecting with Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
(2) Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver in
morning, connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
PASSENGER FARES BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
BETWEEN
Vancouver and Victoria 	
Vancouver and Seattle 	
Vancouver and Nanaimo 	
Vancouver and Galiano Island
Vancouver and Mayne Island ...
One-way
 $ 3.75
..(1)    6.50
    2.00
    2.00
    2.00
Vancouver and Port Washington   2.00
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour   2.00
Vancouver and Westview   4.30
Vancouver and Blubber Bay   4.30
(l)Good for stop-over at Victoria.
Vancouver
or
Victoria
Seattle and Victoria
Ocean Falls  28.75
Kemano Bay   39.90
Kitimat   39.90
Prince Rupert   39.90
R.T.
$ 6.75
11.70
3.60
3.60
3.60
3.60
S.60
7.75
7.75
51.75
71.85
71.85
71.85
7.10
Seattle
Victoria
or
Vancouver
Ketchikan
Wrangell
  54.00
 „.__     ..  62.50
Petersburg     65.00
Juneau   75.00
Skagway   81.25
Ketchikan .
Wrangell ...
Petersburg ,
Juneau 	
Skagway —
47.75
56.25
58.75
68.75
75.00
38.20
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert   21.20
Victoria  and  Bamfield      7.60 —
Victoria   and   Clayoquot     15.70 —
Victoria and Tofino   15.70 —
Victoria and Nootka   22.35 —
Victoria and Zeballos   22.80 —
Victoria and Chamiss Bay  24.95 —
Port Alberni and Ucluelet     4.25 —
Port Alberni and Tofino     5.40 —
Port Alberni and Clayoquot     5.60 —
Port Alberni and Nootka   17.35 —
Port Alberni and Zeballos   18.65 —
Port Alberni and Chamiss Bay   20.70 —
R. T.—30 days round trip. Where no round trip fare is shown
use double one-way fare.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $12.65 and
round trip $25.30 or more ($13.95 one way and $25.15 round trip on
Northern British Columbia Coast Route). Tickets reading from
Seattle to Northern B.C. and Alaska ports include passage and
meals between Seattle and Vancouver, and from Victoria passage
only between Victoria and Vancouver.
WEEK-END FARES
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN Fare
Vancouver and Victoria  5.65
Vancouver and Nanaimo   3.00
Vancouver and Seattle   9.75
Victoria and Seattle  5.95
Vancouver, Port Washington and Ganges Harbour (2)   3.00
Going   Limit—From  12  noon  Friday until 2  p.m.   Sunday of each
week-end.     Except going days between Vancouver and Seattle
only will be a.m. Friday to Sunday.
Return Limit—From destination not later than 12 midnight Monday
following date of sale, except return limit will be Tuesday from
Gulf Islands ports which are designated (2).
ONE-DAY TRIPS
Vancouver to Nanaimo and return $2.25
Every   Saturday  and   Sunday  returning   same   day,   frequent
daily sailings.
Nanaimo to Vancouver and return  2.25
Every Saturday and Sunday returning same day.
Vancouver to Gulf Islands and return  2.25
Every Tuesday, Thursday,  Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
Vancouver to Powell River and return  4.50
Every Wednesday and Friday returning same day.
Seattle to Victoria and return  4.00
Daily to September 15.
8
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject) to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid
adult passenger ticket, ordinary passenger automobile (not trucks
or other vehicles under commercial license), not intended for sale,
delivery or demonstration, may be handled as baggage traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown and under tariff regulations.
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to continuous passage)  $ 10.00
Victoria and  Seattle ^^^^^^
Vancouver and Victoria —	
Vancouver and Nanaimo 	
Vancouver, Westview and Blubber Bay
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports 	
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)  	
Vancouver and Prince Rupert 	
Vancouver and Ketchikan 	
" "   Wrangell
^^^^^^^ Petersburg 	
" **   Juneau  	
" "   Skagway   	
" "   Whitehorse   	
Prince Rupert and Ketchikan  ...
" "   Wrangell 	
•• " "   Petersburg 	
"        "        "   Juneaii 	
"        " "   Skagway 	
" " "   Whitehorse 	
6.50
6.00
5.00
6.00
5.50
6.00
41.25
71.50
82.50
82.50
93.50
104.60
121.00
41.50
60.50
60.50
71.60
82.50
99.00
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement, including couplings. One Way
Up to 4 feet in length $1.65
Over 4 feet and not exceeding 8 feet  3.30
Over 8 feet and not exceeding 12 feet auto rate
Over 12 feet auto rate for route involved
plus 65c per foot for each additional foot or fraction thereof.
The charge beween Vancouver and Seattle (on direct vessel)
will be combined rates of Vancouver-Victoria and Victoria-Seattle.
Trailers can only be handled on certain vessels and for this
reason enquiry must first be made at Canadian Pacific Ticket Office
to ascertain if same can be carried. Any trailer measuring over
24 feet (including automobile towing it) can only be handled by
special arrangement. For length of ship's sideport see page 10
"Auto Clearances".
RATES FOR MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above-mentioned
ports will be $1.65, with side car $3.30 (between Victoria and
Seattle $2.25, with side car $3.45).
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES (See Page 10)
AUTOMOBILE RESERVATIONS
To ensure space on trip desired, automobile reservations should
be made in advance, and car presented at ships side for loading at
least thirty minutes prior to scheduled sailing time.
CANADIAN  and   UNITED  STATES  CUSTOMS  REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six months
(90 days in the United tSates), touring permit is obtainable from
Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for
six months (90 days in the United States) without securing Customs
bond or depositing duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return
journey, it must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit
when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of Automobiles of American
manufacture, are not required to report to United tSates Customs
at port of exit and on return journey to United States, State
registration card will be acceptable as establishing American origin
and ownership of such automobiles.
9
STEAMSHIP FLEET
&
Auto
Day
(4)
No. of
Dining
Clear
Name of
Gross
Pass'r
No. of
State
Soon
ances
Steamship
Ton.
Cap.
Beds
rooms
Cap.
Ft.   In.
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Marguerite
5911
2000
95
51
190
7   0
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Patricia
5911
2000
95
51
190
7    0
(1) (2) (3) Pr. Kathleen
5908
1800
309
153
173
7    5
(1) (2) (3)Pr. Elizabeth
5251
1100
407
213
112
7    2
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Joan
5251
1100
407
213
112
7    2
(l)(2)(3)Pr. of   Nanaimo
6787
1500
8
4
160
7   9
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Louise
4032
1000
236
110
125
7 11
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Norah
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Elaine
2731
450
166
62
100
7    6
2125
1200
10
10
100
9 10
(1)(2) (3) Pr. Maquinna
1777
300
90
45
65
6   2
(3)Motor Princess
1243
—
	
	
9    9
(2) (3) Yukon Princess
—
—
4
2
—
NOTE: Above clearances show the actual height of vessels'
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons and
tidal conditions prevailing.
(1) Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. All steamships burn fuel
oil. Princess Marguerite, Princess Patricia, Princess Kathleen,
Princess Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess of Nanaimo and Motor
Princess are twin screw. Princess Marguerite and Princess Patricia
are Turbo-electric Twin Screw. Princess Elaine Geared Turbine
Triple Screw.    All other ships are single screw.
(2) Equipped with Radar.
(3) Equipped with Radio Telephone for ship-to-shore communication.
(4) Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
On Pacific Coast
Los Angeles 14 Cal
.   A. D. Macdonald
General Agent
513 West 6th St.
8an Francisco 8, Cal.BS. W. Travis
General Agent
185 Post St.
Portland 5, Ore.
E. J. Dahlberg
District  Pass'r  Rep.
107 Amer. Bank Bldg.
Seattle 1 Wash.
W. W. Gosnell
General Agent
1320 Fourth Ave.
Seattle   Wash.
L. N. Jones
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St. Terminal
Victoria, B.C.
R. J. Burland
District Pass'r Agent
1102 Government St.
Victoria, B.C.
E. S. Brenen
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
Nanaimo, B.C.
W. A. Todd
Ticket Agent
Nanaimo Terminal
Port Alberni, B.C.
A. D. Martinich
Agent
E. & N. Riy. Station
Vancouver, B.C.
J. M. Alderson
District Pass'r Agent
C.P.R.  Station
Vancouver, B.C.
F. H. Daly
General Agent
434 W.  Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.
R. McEwan
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
1
Vancouver, B.C.
C.   E.   McPherson
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Vancouver, B.C.
S. G. Lemmon
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "C"
New Westminster,
B.C.
R. M. Turner
Can. Pac. Station
Westview, B.C.
Terminal Ticket
Office
Agents
Ocean Falls, B.C.
Mrs. Dorothy
Griffiths
Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C.
J. D. Notman
Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska
Robert Browning
Agent
Wrangell,  Alaska
E. W. Buness
Agent
'
Juneau, Alaska
Wm. K. McFarlane
Agent
Skagway, Alaska
L. H. Johnston
General Agent
O. J. WILLIAMS
H. C. JAMES
Manager
General Passenger Aerent
Victoria, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.~
3564—50M.
Printed in Canada
10
SEA ROUTES
Page
Vancouver-Victoria      -    -    -    2
Victoria-Seattle       -    -    -    -    2
Vancouver-Nanaimo   -    - ■   -    3
Vancouver-Westvietv (Powell River)
Blubber Bay     -    -    -    -    -    4
Vancouver-Gulf Island
Ports -    4
West Coast Vancouver
Island Ports    -    -    -    -    -    5
Vancouver, Ocean Falls,
Kitimat, Prince Rupert    -    5
ALASKA 6
 In Effect to September 27, 1952, Inclusive
DAILY SERVICE
Read Down
"Princess Marguerite"
"Princess Patricia"
"Princess Elizabeth"
or "Princess Joan"
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
10:30 a.m.
2:45 p.m. (2)
4:30 p.m. (3)
8:30 p.m.
3:00 pm (3)
8:15 pm»
In effect
June 27 to
Sept.  14 incl.
Except this
sailing not
operated
Sept.  6.
8:30 am (2)
1:45 pm
!l0:59pm (1)
6:00 am
(a)
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver j
8:00 a.m. (1)
11:50 a.m. (2)
1:10 p.m. (2)
5:25 p.m.
10:59 pm (1)
6:00 am
(a)
(a) Passengers may
remain on board—
I Arriving Victoria until 7:30 am
I Arriving Vancouver until 8:00 am
Numbers shown in schedule designate meals that will be served.
(1) Breakfast, |1.00 and $1.25; children, 65c.
(2) Table d'Hote Luncheon, #1.75; Children, 90c.
(3) Table d'Hote Dinner,  $2.00;  children,  $1.00.
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip, serving sandwiches,
tea,   coffee,   etc   (except between   the  hours of  12:30  a.m.  and
6:30 a.m.)
OPENING OF PASSENGER GANGWAYS FOR
RECEPTION  OF  PASSENGERS
Vancouver-Victoria Night Service—passenger gangway will
be opened 9:00 p.m. at Vancouver and Victoria.
Vancouver-Victoria Day Service—passenger gangway will be
opened 45 minutes prior to sailing at Vancouver and at Victoria.
Vancouver-Nanaimo Service — passenger gangway will be
opened 30 minutes prior to sailing. Passenger gangway to
overnight steamer lying at Nanaimo Terminal and sailing at
5:30 a.m. will be opened at 10:00 p.m. previous day.
Vancouver-Gulf Islands
Vancouver-Westview-Blubber  Bay
) Passenger gangway will
j be opened 30 minutes
prior to sailing.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In Effect to September 27, 1952, Inclusive
Princess
Pr. Joan
Princess
Princess
Pr. Marguerite
Nanaimo
or Elizabeth
Nanaimo
Nanaimo
or Patricia
Lt. Vancouier
5:15 am
9:45 am
11:15 am
5:15 pm
7:00 pm
Ar. Nanaimo
7:30 am
12:30 pm
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
9:15 pm
Pr. Marguerite
Princess
Princess
Pr. Joan
Princess
Pr. Patricia
Nanaimo
Nanaimo
or Elizabeth
Nanaimo
Lt. Nanaimo
5:30 am
8:15 am
2:15 pm
5:00 pm
8:15 pm
Ar. VancouTar
7:45 am
10:30 am
4:30 pm
7:45 pm
10:30 pm
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte)
ESQUIMALT AND  NANAIMO   RAILWAY—CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 9:45 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and intermediate points.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:15 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and intermediate points.
Do you know that Bicycles (not Motorcycles), Baby
Carriages and Go-Carts are considered as Passenger's
Baggage and may be checked Free of Charge.
Westview ( P™KL ) - Blubber Bay
In Effect to September 27, 1952, Inclusive
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ELAINE"
Northbound
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
SUNDAY
Lv Vancouver     (1)   7:30 a.m.
Lv Vancouver    (1)   7:30 a.m.
Lv Vancouver         5:15 p.m.
Ar Powell River   12:15 p.m.
Ar Powell River    12:15 p.m.
Ar Powell River   10:00 p.m.
Lv Powell River     1:15 p.m.
Lt Powell River     1:15 p.m.
Lv Powell River   10:30 p.m.
Ar Blubber Bay    2:00 p.m.
Ar Blubber Bay    2:00 p.m.
Ar Blubber Bay 11:00 p.m.
(1) Until such time as Wharf at Westview is completed,  the departure time from Vancouver will be 9:45 A.M.
Southbound
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
MONDAY
Lt Blubber Bay    3:00 p.m
Lv Blubber Bay    3:00 p.m.
Lv Blubber Bay    3:00 p.m.
Ar Powell River     3:45 p.m
Ar Powell River     3:45 p.m.
Ar Powell River     3:45 p.m.
Lv Powell River     5; 30 p.m.
Lv Powell River     5:30 p.m.
Lv Powell River     5:30 p.m.
Ar Vancouver       10:15 p.m.
Ar Vancouver       10:15 p.m.
Ar Vancouver       10:15 p.m.
The above schedule will be followed as closely as possible but exact
time of arrival and departure is subject to tidal and weather
conditions.
NOTE:—Powell   River  located   3%   miles   North   of  Westview  by
road.    Regular Bus service  operated  between Westview and
Powell River.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast   $1.00,   Children   50c;   Table   d'Hote   Luncheon   $1.50,
Children   75c;   Dinner   $1.75,   Children   90c.   Buffet   Service   in
Coffee Room.
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
In Effect to September 27, 1952, Inclusive
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ELAINE"
TUESDAY
THURSDAY
1   Lv Vancouver   7:30 am
Ar Mayne Island 10:00 am
Lv Mayne Island 10:15 am
Ar Port Washington..10:45 am
Lv Port Washington..ll:15 am
1  Ar Ganges Harbour..12:00 noon
Lv Ganges Harbour.... 1:30 pm
1 Ar Vancouver   4:30 pm
Lv Vancouver   7:30 am  1
Ar Ganges Harbour....10:30 am
Lv Ganges Harbour....ll:30 am
Ar Port Washington..l2:30 pm
Lv Port Washington.... 1:00 pm
Ar   Mayne   Island  1:30 pm
Lv Mayne Island  2:00 pm
Ar Vancouver  4:30 pm   1
SATURDAY
SUNDAY                       |
In Effect to Sept. 21, Inc.
Lv  Vancouver     7:30 am
Ar   Mayne   Island 10:00 am
Lv   Mayne   Island 10:15 am
Ar  Port  Washington..10:45 am
Lv Port Washington..11:15 am
Ar Ganges Harbour..12:00 noon
Lv  Ganges  Harbour.. 1:30 pm
1 Ar Vancouver   4:30 pm
Lv  Vancouver     7:30 am   I
Ar Ganges Harbour....l0:30 am   I
Lv Ganges Harbour....ll:30 am   I
Ar  Port Washington..l2:30 pm   I
Lv Port Washington.. 1:00 pm   1
Ar   Mayne   Island  1:30 pm   I
Lv Mayne Island  2:00 pm   1
Ar Vancouver   4:30 pm   |
Passengers to and from Galiano Island can connect with SS
"Princess Elaine" at Mayne Island—local Launch passenger
fare between Mayne Is. and Galiano Is. is approx. 50c each way.
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MAQUINNA"
Leaves Victoria at 8:00 a.m. July 6, 14, 22, 30; August 7, 15, 23, 31;
September 8, 16, 24; calling at South Pender, Saturna Island,
Hope Bay, Galiano Island and Vancouver.
*Leaves Vancouver at 3:00 a.m. July 8, 16, 24; August 1, 9, 17. 25;
September 2, 10, 18, 26; calling at Galiano Island, Hope Bay,
Saturna Island, South Pender Island and Victoria.
♦Passengers desiring to board "Princess Maquinna" in Vancouver
night previous to sailing may do so. Staterooms will be on
sale at overnight stateroom rates and vessel will be open to
receive passengers from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The above schedule will be followed as closely as possible.
All schedules subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change
without notice.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast  $1.00,   Children   50c;   Luncheon   $1.50,   Children   75c;
Dinner $1.75, Children 90.
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip.
2 3 4
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to jbidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
STATEROOM   ACCOMMODATION
Excellent sleeping accommodation is provided on all
"Princess" ships between all ports.
Single berths at moderate rates, exclusive staterooms
from two berth rooms to deluxe suites at reasonable rates
to suit all requirements.
Open berths (men only) on night ships between Vancouver-Victoria are on sale on application to Agent.
Staterooms are available overnight at Nanaimo on board
Princess Patricia or Princess Marguerite one or other of
which sail from Nanaimo at 5:30 a.m. for Vancouver. You
may go aboard at 10:00 p.m. previous evening and get up
just prior to arrival at Vancouver.
West Coast Vancouver Island
Steamship will leave Victoria at 10 p.m. on following dates:
July 8, 16, 24, 1952 August 1, 9, 17, 25, 1952
September 2, 10, 18, 26, 1952
Northbound
Read Down
"Princess Maquinna"
PORTS OF CALL
Southbound
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(1) Call made by special arrangement.
(2) Boat Landing (Ahousat call,  will be made northbound at
wharf and southbound as a boat landing.)
(3) Call is made northbound each trip.    The southbound call
will be made only by special arrangement.
(4) Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 10:59 p.m. on
First Day.
(5) Steamship will not sail southbound prior to 10 a.m. on the
Fifth Day.
Ocean Falls    -    Kitimat    -    Prince Rupert
Weekly Service       -       "Princess Norah"
Northbound                                              1
Lv.
Vancouver
7:00 p.m.
Thursday   1
Ar.
Campbell River
(about) 2:00 a.m.
Friday
Ar.
Ocean Falls
*       8:00 p.m.
»
Ar.
Kemano Bay
99     12 noon
Saturday
Ar.
Kitimat
•       7:00 p.m.
91
Ar.
Prince Rupert
7:00 a.m.
Sunday
Southbound
Lv.
Prince Rupert
9:00 p.m.
Sunday
Ar.
Kitimat
(about) 7:00 a.m.
Monday
Ar.
Kemano Bay
99     12 Noon
»
Lv.
Ocean Falls
6:30 a.m.
Tuesday
Ar.
Vancouver
7:30 a.m.
Wednesday
ALASKA
PASSENGER, FREIGHT & MAIL SERVICE
PORTS  OF CALL
S.S."PRINCESS  LOUISE"
SEE   NOTE   (l)
LV. VANCOUVER      B   P.M.
JULY
5
JULY
1 6
JULY
26
AUG
6
AUG
1 6
AUG
27
"    PR. RUPERT A.M.
"    KETCHIKAN P.M.
7
1 B
2B
B
IB
29
"    PETERSBURG A.M.
'*    JUNEAU P.M.
B
19
29
9
1 9
30
AR. SKAGWAY A.M.
9
20
30
IO
20
31
LV. SKAGWAY P.M.
IO
21
31
1 1
21
SEP
1
"   JUNEAU A.M.
"   WRANGELL P.M.
1 1
22
AUG
1
1 2
22
2
"    KETCHIKAN A.M.
"    PR. RUPERT P.M.
1 2
23
2
1 3
23
3
AR.VANCOUVER 9   A.M.
SEE   NOTE   (z)
14
25
4
15
25
5
PORTS  OF CALL
S.S."PRINCESS  LOUISE"
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LV. VANCOUVER B  P.M.
SEP
6
SEP
1 7
SEP
27
OCT
B
OCT
IB
OCT
29
|   NOV
B
"    PR. RUPERT A.M.
"    KETCHIKAN P.M.
B
19
29
1 O
20
31
IO
"    PETERSBURG A.M.
9
2D
3D
1 1
21
NOV
1
"    JUNEAU P.M.
1 1
AR. SKAGWAY A.M.
IO
21
DCT
1
1 2
22
2
12
LV. SKAGWAY P.M.
1 1
22
2
1 3
23
3
1 3
"    JUNEAU A.M.
"    WRANGELL P.M.
12
23
3
14
24
4
14
"    KETCHIKAN A.M.
"    PR. RUPERT P.M.
13
24
4
1 5
25
5
1 5
AR.VANCOUVER 9 A.M.
SEE NOTE (z)
15
26
6
1 7
27
7
17
Steamships are due to arrive in Skagway about 9:00 a.m. on
advertised date.
(1) Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave
on local steamships within fifteen (15) days previous to sailing of
Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
(2) Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about
9:00 a.m., connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON  ROUTE SERVICE
Connecting with all Canadian Pacific Railway Company (B.C.
CS.) Alaska steamships. During the summer season, daily train
service is operated between Skagway and Whitehorse.
Semi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of
the year.
 PASSENGER FARES BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
BETWEEN One-way
Vancouver and Victoria $ 3.75
Vancouver and   Seattle (1)
Vancouver and Nanaimo	
Vancouver and Galiano Island-
Vancouver and Mayne Island..
6.50
2.00
2.00
2.0Q
Vancouver  and  Port Washington    2.00
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour    2.00
Vancouver  and  Westview    4.30
Vancouver and Blubber Bay.    4.30
Seattle and Victoria -    3.95
(l)Good for stop-over at Victoria.
Vancouver
Seattle
Ocean Falls  31.65
Kemano Bay    1
Kitimat [    43.90
. Prince Rupert J
Ketchikan    54.00
Wrangell _  62.50
Petersburg  65.00
Juneau  75.00
Skagway   81.25
R.T.
$ 6.75
11.70
3.60
3.60
3.60
3.60
3.60
7.75
7.75
7.10
57.00
79.05
Vancouver
Ketchikan
47.75
Wrangell  56.25
Petersburg -  58.75
Juneau  68.75
Skagway   75.00
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert  23.30
41.95
WEEK-END FARES
R; T.—30 days round trip. Where no round trip fare is shown
use double one-way fare.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $15.50 and
round trip $27.70 or more. Tickets reading from Seattle to Northern
B.C. and Alaska ports include passage and meals between Seattle
and Vancouver.
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN Fare
Vancouver and Victoria  5.65
Vancouver and Nanaimo  3.00
Vancouver and Seattle   9.75
Victoria and Seattle .  5.95
Vancouver, Port Washington and Ganges Harbour (2)   3.00
Going Limit—From 12 noon Friday until 2 p.m. Sunday of each
week-end. Except going days between Vancouver and Seattle
only will be a.m. Friday to Sunday.
Return Limit—From destination not later than 12 midnight Monday
following date of sale, except return limit will be Tuesday from
Gulf Islands ports which are designated (2).
• AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid
adult passenger ticket, ordinary passenger automobile, not intended
for sale, delivery or demonstration, may be handled as baggage
traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown and under
tariff regulations.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to continuous passage)...—
Victoria and Seattle	
Vancouver and Victoria  	
Vancouver and Nanaimo
Vancouver, Westview and Blubber Bay
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports 	
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)  	
Vancouver and Prince Rupert	
Vancouver and Ketchikan . 	
" "   Wrangell   ... ....
" "   Petersburg  .	
" "   Juneau   . ...
Skagway
"   Whitehorse   	
Prince Rupert and Ketchikan
"   Wrangell .„.
"   Petersburg
"   Juneau
Skagway  .....
Whitehorse	
$ 10.00
6.50
6.00
5.00
6.00
5.50
5.00
41.25
71.50
82.50
82.50
93.50
104.50
121.00
49.50
60.50
60.50
71.50
82.50
99.00
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement, including couplings. One Way
Up to 4 feet in length  $1.65
Over 4 feet and not exceeding 8 feet «  3.30
Over 8 feet and not exceeding 12 feet.... auto rate
Over 12 feet auto rate for route involved
plus 65c per foot for each additional foot or fraction thereof.
The charge beween Vancouver and Seattle (on direct vessel)
will be combined rates of Vancouver-Victoria and Victoria-Seattle.
Trailers can only be handled on certain vessels and under certain circumstances depending on overall dimensions and gauge of
wheels.
When the overall length of a trailer and towing vehicle combined exceeds 24 feet, trailer cannot be transported.
Inquire at Canadian Pacific Ticket Office to ascertain if trailers
can be carried and for reservation. For length of ship's sideport see
page 8 "Auto Clearances".
RATES FOR MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above-mentioned
ports will be $1.65, with side car $3.30 (between Victoria and
Seattle  $2.25,  with side car $3.45).
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES (See Page 8)
AUTOMOBILE RESERVATIONS
To ensure space on trip desired, automobile reservations should
be made in advance, and car presented at ships side for loading at
least thirty minutes prior to scheduled sailing time.
CANADIAN  and   UNITED STATES CUSTOMS  REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six months
(90 days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from
Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for
six months (90 days in the United States) without securing Customs
bond or depositing duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return
journey, it must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit
when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of Automobiles of American
manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs
at port of exit and on return journey to United States, State
registration card will be acceptable as establishing American origin
and ownership of such automobiles.
Day
(4)
No. of
Dining
Clear
Gross
Pass'r
No. of
State
Boom
ances
Ton.
Cap.
Beds
rooms
Cap.
Ft. In.
5911
2000
95
51
190
7 0
5911
2000
95
51
190
7 0
5251
1100
407
213
112
7 2
5251
1100
407
213
112
7 2
6787
1500
8
4
160
7 9
4032
1000
236
110
125
7 11
2731
450
166
62
100
7 6
2125
1200
ie
10
100
9 It
1243
—
—
—
—
9 9
Name of
Steamship
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Marguerite
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Patricia
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Elizabeth
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Joan
(1) (2) (3) Pr. of   Nanaimo
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Louise
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Norah
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Elaine
(3)Motor Princess
(2) (3) Yukon Princess
NOTE: Above clearances show the actual height of vessels'
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons and
tidal conditions prevailing.
(1) Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. All steamships burn fuel
oil. Princess Marguerite, Princess Patricia, Princess Joan, Princess
Elizabeth, Princess*of Nanaimo and Motor Princess are twin screw.
Princess Marguerite*and Princess Patricia are Turbo-electric TWin
Screw. Princess Elaine Geared Turbine Triple Screw. All other
ships are single screw.
(2) Equipped with Radar.
(3) Equipped with Radio Telephone for ship-to-shore communication.
(4) Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
On Pacific Coast
Los Angeles 14, Cal. A.  D.  Macdonald     ^^t^flt.
San Francisco 8, Cal.   E. W. Travis
Portland 5, Ore. E.  J.  Dahlberg
Seattle 1, Wash. W. W. Gosnell
Seattle,  Wash. D.  N.  Jones
Victoria,  B.C. C. L. Burpee
Victoria,  B.C. E. S. Brenen
Nanaimo,  B.C.
Port  Alberni,   B.C.   A. D.  Martinich
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
New Westminster,
B.C.
Westview, B.C.
Ocean Falls, B.C.
General Agent
185 Post St.
District Pass'r Rep.
207 Amer. Bank Bldg.
General Agent
1320 Fourth Ave.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St.  Terminal
District Pass'r Agent
1102  Government  St.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac.  Pier
Wm. K. McFarlane Ticket Agent    #
Nanaimo Terminal
Agent
E. & N. Riy. Station
District Pass'r Agent
C.P.R. Station
General Agent
434  W.  Hastings  St.
Ticket Agent
C.P.R.  Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "C"
Can. Pac. Station
J. M. Alderson
F. H. Daly
R. McEwan
C. E. McPherson
S. G. Lemmon
R.  M.   Turner
Terminal Ticket
Office
Mrs. Dorothy
Griffiths
Agents
Agent
Prince  Rupert,  B.C. J.  D.  Notman Agent
Ketchikan.  Alaska    Robert Browning     Agent
Wrangell,   Alaska      E. W. Buness Agent
Juneau, Alaska C. Marsh Agent
Skagway, Alaska       White Pass & Agents
Yukon Corp.
O.  J.  WILLIAMS
Manager
Victoria,  B.  C.
3582—25M.
Printed in Canada
"The times and dates of arrival and departure  from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal land w eather conditions and to change without notice.
H.  C. JAMES
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver,  B.  C.
 In effect to April 25, 1953, Inclusive
DAILY SERVICE
!
"Princess
Marguerite"
"Princess Joan" or
"Princess   Elizabeth"
The "Princess Joan"
Lv Vancouver
Ar Victoria
Lv Victoria
Ar Seattle
9:40 am
1:55 pm
9:30 am
2:45 pm
11:59 pm
7:00 am
(a)
and "Princess Elizabeth"  will  operate
through service between     Vancouver
and   Seattle   on
schedule shown.
(Passengers are required    to    pass
United  States  Immigration   at   Victoria and Customs
at    Seattle    southbound;      Canadian
Immigration     and
Customs at Victoria
northbound.)
Lv Seattle
Ar Victoria
Lv Victoria
Ar Vancouver
2:45 pm
6:55 pm
4:00 pm
9:15 pm
11:59 pm
7:00 am
(a)
(a) Passengers may        f Arriving Victoria until 8:30 am
remain  on  board—  \ Arriving Vancouver until 8:30 am
MEAL SERVICE  (a la carte)
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip, serving sandwiches,
tea, coffee, etc. (except between the hours of 12:30 a.m. and
6:30 a.m.).
OPENING OF PASSENGER GANGWAYS FOR
RECEPTION OF PASSENGERS
Vancouver-Victoria Night Service—passenger gangway will
be opened 10:30 p.m. at Vancouver and Victoria.
Vancouver-Victoria Day Service—passenger gangway will
be opened 45 minutes prior to sailing at Vancouver and at
Victoria.
Vancouver-Nanaimo Service — passenger gangway will be
opened 30"minutes prior to sailing.
Vancouver-Gulf  Islands \ Passenger gangway will
Vancouver-Westvlew-Blubber   Bay) be   opened   30   minutes
prior to sailing.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In effect to April 25, 1953, Inclusive
Princess
Marguerite
"Princess of Nanaimo"
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 am
8:40 am
2:00 pm
4:30 pm
9:15 pm
11:45 pm
Princess of Nanaimo
Princess
Marguerite
Lv. Vancouver
Ar, Nanaimo
10:30 am
1:00 pm
5:45 pm
8:15 pm
8:30 pm
10:45 pm
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte)
ESQUIMALT AND  NANAIMO   RAILWAY—CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 10:30 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and intermediate points.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:00 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and intermediate points.
Ocean Falls    -    Kitimat    -    Prince Rupert
Weekly Service       -       "Princess Louise"
Effective November 20
|                                             Northbound
1   Lv. Vancouver
8:00 p.m.
Thursday
Ar. Ocean Falls
(about)    7:00 p.m.
Friday
Ar. Kemano Bay
9:00 a.m.
Saturday
Ar. Kitimat
1:00 p.m.
ii
|   Ar. Prince Rupert
7:00 a.m.
Sunday
Southbound
Lv. Prince Rupert
10:00 p.m.
Sunday
Ar. Kitimat
(about)    8:00 a.m.
Monday
Ar. Kemano Bay
1:00 p.m.
ii
Lv. Ocean Falls
99         7:30 a.m.
Tuesday
|   Ar. Vancouver
8:30 a.m.
Wednesday
Do you know that Bicycles (not Motorcycles), Baby
Carriages and Go-Carts may be transported as part of
a Passenger's Free Baggage Allowance.
STATEROOM    ACCOMMODATION
Excellent sleeping accommodation is provided on all
"Princess" ships between all ports.
Single berths at moderate rates, exclusive staterooms
from two berth rooms to deluxe suites at reasonable rates
to suit all requirements.
Open berths (men only) on night ships between Vancouver-Victoria are on sale on application to Agent.
Staterooms are available overnight at Nanaimo on board
Princess Marguerite which sails from Nanaimo at 6:30 a.m.
for Vancouver. You may go aboard at 11:00 p.m. previous
evening and get up just prior to arrival at Vancouver.
Westview ( pg!SL) - Blubber Bay
In effect to April 25, 1953, Inclusive
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ELAINE"
Northbound
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
SUNDAY
Lv Vancouver
8:30 a.m.
Lv Vancouver
8:30 a.m.
Lv Vancouver
6:15 p.m.
Ar Westview
1:15 p.m.
Ar Westview
1:15 p.m.
Ar Westview
11:00 p.m.
Lv Westview
2:15 p.m.
Lv Westview
2:15 p.m.
Lv Westview
11:30 p.m.
Ar Blubber Bay
3:00 p.m.
Ar Blubber Bay
3:00 p.m.
Ar Blubber Bay
11:59 p.m.
Southbound
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
MONDAY
Lv Blubber Bay     3:30 p.m.
Lv Blubber Bay     3:30 p.m.
Lv Blubber Bay     3:30 p.m.
Ar Westview           4:15 p.m.
Ar Westview          4:15 p.m.
Ar Westview           4:15 p.m.
Lv Westview           6:30 p.m.
Lv Westview           6:30 p.m.
Lv Westview           6:30 p.m.
Ar Vancouver        11:15 p.m.
Ar Vancouver       1.1:15 p.m.
Ar Vancouver        11:15 p.m.
NOTE:—Powell River located 3% miles North of Westview by
road. Regular Bus service operated between Westview and
Powell River.
MEAL SERVICE—a la carte
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
In Effect to April 25, 1953, Inclusive
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ELAINE"
TUESDAY
THURSDAY
Lv Vancouver  8:30 am
Lv Vancouver       8:30 am
Ar.Mayne Island 11:00 am
Ar Ganges Harbour 11:30 am
Lv Ganges Harbour 12:30 pm
ArPort   Washington.. 1:30pm
LvPort   Washington.. 2:00pm
Ar Mayne Island  2:30 pm
Lv Mayne Island 11:15 am
ArPort   Washington..ll:45 am
LvPort   Washington„12:15 pm
Ar Ganges   Harbour.... 1:00 pm
Lv Ganges  Harbour.... 2:30 pm
1  Ar Vancouver  5:30 pm
Lv Mayne Island  3:00 pm
Ar Vancouver  5:30 pm |
SATURDAY
1 Lv Vancouver	
. 8:30 am 1
.11:00 am
Ar Mayne Island	
Lv Mayne Island	
.11:15
am
ArPort   Washington..ll:45
am
LvPort   Washington..l2:15
pm
Ar Ganges Harbour	
. 1:00
pm
Lv Ganges Harbour	
. 2:30
pm
Ar Vancouver	
. 5:30
pm |
Passengers to and from Galiano Island can connect with SS
"Princess Elaine" at Mayne Island—local Launch passenger
fare between Mayne Is. and Galiano Is. is approx. 50c each way.
The above schedule will be followed as closely as possible.
All schedules subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change
without notice.
MEAL SERVICE—a la carte
ALASKA
No Passenger Service
in December, January and February
PDRTS   OF  CALL
S.S. "PRINCESS   NORAH"
S.S. "PRINCESS   LOUISE"
SEE    NOTE    (l)
LV.VANCOUVER.B  P.M.
1953
MAR
14
MAR
25
APR
4
APR
15
APR
25
MAY
7
MAY
16
MAY
27
"   PR.  RUPERT.......A.M.
**   KETCHIKAN P.M.
16
27
6
17
27
9
IB
29
"   PETERSBURG ...A.M*
"   JUNEAU P.M.
17
28
7
IB
2B
IO
19
3D
AR. SKAGWAY A.M.,
IB
29
B
19
29
11
20
31
LV. SKAGWAY P.M.
19
3D
9
20
3D
12
21
JUNE
1
"   JUNEAU A.M.
"   WRANGELL P.M.
2D
31
IO
21
MAY
1
13
22
2
"   KETCHIKAN A.M.
"   PR. RUPERT P.M.
21
APR
1
11
22
2
14
23
3
AR. VANCOUVER..9 A.M.
SEE    NOTE    (2)
23
3
13
24
4
16
25
5
Steamships are due to arrive in Skagway about 9:00 a.m. on
advertised date.
(1) Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave
on local steamships within fifteen (15) days previous to sailing of
Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
(2) Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about
9:00 a.m., connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON  ROUTE SERVICE
Connecting with all Canadian Pacific Railway Company (B.C.
CS.) Alaska steamships. During the summer season, daily train
service is operated between Skagway and Whitehorse.
Semi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of
the year.
3 4
"The times and dates of arrival and departure  from various ports will be followed ai closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice/'
 ii
9
" Special Cruises
To Alaska
BY THE LUXURIOUS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS KATHLEEN"
PORTS OF CALL
June
June
June
July
July
Lv. Seattle    )     See Foot-
Lv. Victoria j      note (1)
Lv. Vancouver       8:00 pm
Sat.     3
Wed. 14
Sat.   24
Wed.   5
Sat.   15
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:30 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert 10:30 am
Cruise Behm Canal to
Punch Bowl 4:30 pm
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      10:00 pm
Mon.   5
Fri.    16
Mon. 26
Fri.     7
Mon. 17
Ar. Juneau      abt 3:00 pm
Lv. Juneau          11:30 p.m
Tue.    6
Sat.   17
Tue.  27
Sat.     8
Tue. 18
Ar. Skagway   abt 9:00 am
Wed.   7
Sun.   18
Wed. 28
Sun.    9
Wed. 19
Lv. Skagway      11:30 p.m.
Thu.    8
Mon. 19
Thu. 29
Mon. 10
Thu. 20
Ar. Glacier Bay  abt 9 am
Lv. Glacier Bay
abt 12:30 mdt
Fri.     9
Tue.  20
Fri.    30
Tue. 11
Fri.    21
Ar. Wrangell abt 9:00 am
Lv. Wrangell           12 noon
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      11:30 pm
Sat.   10
Wed. 21
July
Sat.     1
Wed 12
Sat.   22
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 9:00 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert      11:00 am
(Cruise Grenville Channel
Gardner Canal, Goat Hbr.)
Sun.  11
Thu. 22
Sun.    2
Thu. 13
Sun.  23
Ar. Ocean Falls   abt 8 am
Lv. Ocean Falls    11:00 am
Mon. 12
Fri.    23
Mon.   2
Fri.    14
Mon. 24
Ar. Vancouver        9:00 am
Ar. Victoria   7     See Foot-
Ar. Seattle     J     note (2)
Tue. 13
Sat.   24
Tue.    4
Sat.   15
Tue. 25
PORTS OF CALL
July
August
August
August
Lv. Seattle    \    See Foot-
Lv. Victoria j      note (1)
Lv. Vancouver       8:00 pm
Wed. 26
Sat.     5
Wed. 16
Sat.   26
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 8:30 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert 10:30 am
Cruise Behm Canal to
Punch Bowl 4:30 pm
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      10:00 pm
Fri.    28
Mon.   7
Fri.    18
Mon. 28
s
° ^
w 9
Ar. Juneau      abt 3:00 pm
Lv. Juneau          11:30 p.m.
Sat.   29
Tue.    8
Sat.   19
Tue.  29
Ar. Skagway    abt  9:00am
Sun.  30
Wed.   9
Sun. 20
Wed. 30
Lv. Skagway       11:30 p.m
Mon. 31
Thu. 10
Mon. 21
Thu. 31
Ar. Glacier Bay  abt 9 am
Lv. Glacier Bay
abt 12:30 mdt
August
Tue.    1
Fri.    11
Tue.  22
Sept.
Fri.      1
Ar. Wrangell     abt9:00 am
Lv. Wrangell           12 noon
Ar. Ketchikan abt 7:30 pm
Lv. Ketchikan      11:30 pm
Wed.   2
Sat.   12
Wed. 23
Sat.    a
Ar. Pr. Rupert abt 9:00 am
Lv. Pr. Rupert      11:00 am
(Cruise Grenville Channel
Gardner Canal, Goat Hbr.)
Thu.    3
Sun.  13
Thu. 24
Sun.    3
Ar. Ocean Falls   abt 8 am
Lv. Ocean Falls    11:00 am
Fri.      4
Mon. 14
Fri.    25
Mon.   4
Ar. Vancouver        9:00 am
Ar. Victoria   )    See Foot-
Ar. Seattle     J     note (2)
Sat.     5
Tue.  15
Sat.   26
Tue.    5
(1) Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria leave on
local steamships connecting with Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
(2) Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver in
morning, connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
PASSENGER FARES  BETWEEN  PRINCIPAL  PORTS
BETWEEN One
Vancouver and Victoria  $
Vancouver and Seattle  (1)
Vancouver and Nanaimo
Vancouver and Galiano Island 	
Vancouver and Mayne Island 	
Vancouver and Port  Washington..
Vancouver and Ganges   Harbour
Vancouver and Union Bay	
Vancouver and Comox  — ..
Vancouver and Westview  ..
Vancouver an<J Blubber Bay	
Ocean  Falls 	
Prince Rupert.....
■way
3.45
6.50
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.90
1.90
. 5.40
5.40
4.30
4.30
26.10
36.25
Vancouver
or
Victoria   1	
Seattle and Victoria ..     3.45
Seattle and Ocean Falls  _  31.75
Seattle and Prince Rupert ..
Ketchikan
Wrangell
Seattle (2)
Petersburg
Juneau  	
Skagway ._.,
41.90
49.00
57.00
59.00
68.00
74.00
R. T.
$ 6.20
11.70
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
9.75
9.75
7.75
7.75
47.00
65.25
6.20
57.15
75.40
Ketchikan     48.50
Victoria
or
Vancouver (2)   _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Skagway 	
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert	
Victoria and Bamfield
Victoria and Tofino
Victoria and Nootka   	
Victoria and Zeballos  	
Victoria and Chamiss   Bay
Port Alberni and Ucluelet   .
Port   Alberni and Tofino
Wrangell _  51.50
Petersburg _  53.50 —
Juneau   62.50 —
68.50 —
19.25 S4.65
                          6.90 —
Victoria and Clayoquot    _ - ~ 14.25 —
                                                                        14.25 —
20.30 —
20.70 —
22.65 —
3.85 —
14.90 —
Port Alberni and Clayoquot     5.05 —
Port Alberni and Nootka    ~. 15.75 —
Port Alberni and Zeballos    -  16.95 —
Port Alberni and Chamiss Bay  _  18.80 —
R. T.—30 days round trip.
Fares between other ports on application.
(l)Good for stop-over at Victoria.
(2) Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $11.50 and
round trip $23.00 or more ($12.65 one way and $22.75 round trip on
Northern British Columbia Coast Route). Tickets reading from
Seattle to Northern B.C. and Alaska ports include passage and
meals between Seattle and Vancouver, and from Victoria passage
only between Victoria and Vancouver.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double one-way fare.
WEEK-END FARES
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN
Vancouver and Victoria
Fare
5.20
Vancouver and Nanaimo     2.85
Vancouver and Seattle  (stop-over at Victoria)  9.75
Victoria and Seattle  5.20
(l)Vancouver and Mayne Island  2.85
(1) Vancouver and Galiano Island  „  2.85
(1) Vancouver and Port Washington   2.85
(1) Vancouver and Ganges Harbour  2.85
Going   Limit—From  12  noon  Friday until  2  p.m.   Sunday of each
week-end. Except going days between Vancouver and Seattle
only will be a.m. Friday to Sunday.
Return Limit—From destination not later than 12 midnight Monday
following date of sale, except return limit will be Tuesday from
Gulf Islands ports designated (1).
ONE-DAY TRIPS
♦Vancouver to Newcastle Island and Return $1.75
Daily service to this attractive resort.   A delightful spot for a
day's outing. Bathing, hiking, and excellent picnic facilities.
♦Vancouver to Nanaimo and Return $2.15
Every Saturday and Sunday returning same day, frequent daily
sailings.
Vancouver to Gulf Islands and Return $2.25
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:00 a.m.
♦Effective June 30.
AUTOMOBILE   RATES  AND   REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid
passenger ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale,
delivery or demonstration purposes, will be handled as Baggage
Traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown.
AUTOMOBILE   RESERVATIONS
To ensure space on trip desired, automobile reservations should
be made in advance, and car presented at ships side for loading at
least thirty minutes prior to scheduled sailing time.
ONE WAY FARES
BETWEEN
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to
continuous passage)   -	
Victoria and Seattle 	
Vancouver and  Victoria-
Vancouver and Nanaimo..
Vancouver, Westview and Blubber Bay	
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox	
Comox or Union Bay and.Blubber Bay or Westview..
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports „	
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)	
Vancouver and Prince Rupert 	
$ 7.75
5.85
5.50
4.50
5.65
6.25
4.40
5.00
4.50
37.50
RATES  FOR  AUTOMOBILE  TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement, including couplings.
Up to 4 feet in length...
One Way
  $1.50
Over   4 feet and not exceeding   8 feet   3.00
Over   8 feet and not exceeding 12 feet _ auto rate
Over 12 feet _ auto rate for route involved
plus 65c per foot for each additional foot or fraction thereof.
The charge between Vancouver and Seattle (on direct vessel)
will be combined rates of Vancouver-Victoria and Viotoria-Seattle.
Trailers can only be handled on certain vessels and for this
reason enquiry must first be made at Canadian Pacific Ticket Office
to ascertain if same can be carried. Any trailer measuring over
24 feet (including automobile towing it) can only be handled by
special arrangement.
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above-mentioned
ports will be $1.50, with side car $3.00 (between Victoria and
Seattle $2.25, with side car $3.45. Between Vancouver and Seattle
$3.75,  with  side  car $6.46).
Vancouver and Ketchikan  	
"   Wrangell	
"    Petersburg	
"   Juneau  	
"   Skagway	
"   Whitehorse  	
Prince Rupert and Ketchikan  ...
" "    Wrangell 	
" "    Petersburg   .
" "   Juneau  	
" "    Skagway   	
" "   Whitehorse .
$ 65.00
75.00
75.00
85.00
95.00
110.00
45.00
55.00
55.00
65.00
75.00
90.00
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES  (See Page 10)
CANADIAN   and   UNITED  STATES  CUSTOMS  REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six months
(90 days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from
Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for
six months (90 days in the United States) without securing Customs
bond or depositing duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return
journey, it must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit
when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of Automobiles of American
manufacture ,are not required to report to United States Customs
at port of exit and on return journey to United States, State
registration card will be acceptable as establishing American origin
and ownership of such automobiles.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
Name of
Steamship
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Marguerite
(1) (2) (3)Pr. Patricia
(1) (2) (3)Pr. Kathleen
(1) (2) (3)Pr. Elizabeth
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Joan
(1) (2)     Pr. Louise
(1) (2)     Pr. Norah
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Mary
(1) (2)(3)Pr. Elaine
(l)(2)(3)Pr. Victoria
(1)(2)     Pr. Maquinna
(3)Motor Princess
(2) (3) Nootka M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
NOTE: Above clearances show the actual height of vessels'
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons and
tidal conditions prevailing.
(l)Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. All steamships burn fuel
oil. Princess Marguerite, Princess Patricia, Princess Kathleen,
Princess Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary
and Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Marguerite and
Princess Patricia are Turbo-electric Twin Screw. Princess Elaine
Geared Turbine Triple Screw. All other ships are single screw.
(2) Equipped with Radar.
(3)Equipped with Radio Telephone for ship-to-shore communication.
(4)Including sofa berths.
Day
(4)
No. of
Dining-
Auto.
Clear
Gross
Pass'r
No. ol State-
room
ances
Ton.
Cap.
Beds
rooms
Cap.
tFt. In.
5911
2000
95
51
190
V   0
5911
2000
95
51
190
7    0
5908
1800
309
153
173
7   5
5251
1100
407
213
112
7    2
5251
1100
407
213
112
7    2
4032
1000
236
110
125
7 11
2731
450
166
62
100
7    5
2155
600
156
64
52
6    3
2125
1200
3
1
100
9 10
3167
1000
92
48
79
6    6
1777
300
90
45
65
6    2
1243
—
—
9    9
2069
Th© tim«* and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
TICKET AGENCIES
On Pacific Coast
Los Angeles 14, Cal
. A. D. Macdonald
General Agent
513 West 6th St.
San Francisco 5, Cal
. E. W. Travis
General Agent
675 Market St.
Portland 5, Ore.
E. J. Dahlberg
City Pass. Agent
207 Amer. Bank Bldg.
Seattle 1, Wash.
W. W. Gosnell
General Agent
1320 Fourth Ave.
Seattle, Wash.
L. N. Jones
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St. Terminal
Victoria, B.C.
R. J. Burland
District Pass. Agent
1102 Government St.
Victoria, B.C.
E. S. Brenen
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
Nanaimo, B.C.
W. A. Todd
Ticket Agent
Nanaimo Terminal
Port Alberni, B.C.
A. D. Martinich
Agent
E. & N. Riy. Station
Vancouver, B.C.
J. M. Alderson
District Pass. Agent
C.P.R. Station
Vancouver, B.C.
F. H. Daly
General Agent
434 W. Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.
R. McEwan
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
Vancouver, B.C.
C. E. McPherson
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Vancouver, B.C.
S. G. Lemmon
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "C"
Can. Pac. Station
New Westminster,
B.C.
R. M. Turner
Westview, B.C.
Terminal Ticket
Office
Agents
Ocean Falls, B.C.
Mrs. Dorothy
Griffiths
Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C.
H. H. Davies
General Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska
Robert Browning
Agent
Wrangell, Alaska
Campbell Bros.
Agents
Juneau, Alaska
William E. Feero
Agent
Skagway, Alaska
L. H. Johnston
General Agent
O. J. WILLIAMS
H. C. JAMES
Manager
General Passenger Agent
Victoria, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
3463—30M
Printed in Canada
tn
Issued June 16,1950
PRINCESS
HIVES
FADE
2
2
3
ROUTES
Vancouver - Victoria  -
Victoria - Seattle
Vt"*ouver-Nanaimo.     .
"      -     -     4
Vancp£ar ~Guif kiand
-      -      -     4
WestCoa* Vancouver
Island Pork   -
ALASKA
'     "     -      6-7
GOVERNED     BY
PACIFIC   STANDARD   TIME
 In effect to October 15
DAILY SERVICE
Read Down
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
"Princess Marguerite'5
"Princess Patricia"
10:30 a.m.
2:45 p.m. (2)
4:30 p.m. (3)
8:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. (1)
11:50 a.m. (2)
1:10 p.m. (2)
5:25 p.m.
"Princess Elizabeth"
or "Princess Joan"
3.00 pm (3)
8:00 pm
This sendee will
be operated
June 30 to
September 17
Inclwire.
8:30 am (2)
1:30 pm
10:59 pm (1)
6:00 am
The timet shown
in this column
will be 1 hour liter
effective on and
after September
24
10:59 pm (1)
6:00 am
Numbers shown in schedule designate meals that will be served.
(1) Breakfast, $1.00 and $1.25; children, 65c.
(2) Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.75; children, 90c.
(3) Table d'Hote Dinner $2.00; children $1.00.
Coffee room open for practically entire trip, serving sandwiches,
tea, coffee, etc. (except between the hours of 12:30 a.m. and
6:30 a.m.).
OPENING  OF  PASSENGER GANGWAYS  FOR
RECEPTION OF PASSENGERS
Vancouver-Victoria Night Service—passenger gangway will
be opened 9:00 p.m. at Vancouver and Victoria.
Vancouver-Victoria Day Service—passenger gangway will be
opened 45 minutes prior to sailing at Vancouver and at Victoria; and 45 minutes prior to sailing from Victoria.
Vancouver-Nanaimo Service—passenger gangway will be
opened 30 minutes prior to sailing, except that on 1:30 p.m.
sailing from Nanaimo, plank will be opened 45 minutes prior
to sailing. Passenger gangway to overnight steamer laying at
Nanaimo Terminal and sailing at 6:30 a.m. will be opened at
10:30 p.m. previous day.
Vancouver-Gulf Islands—passenger gangway will be opened
30 minutes prior to sailing.
Vanoouver-Westvlew-Comox — passenger gangway will be
opened at f:00 p.m. at Vancouver and at Westview.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In Effect to June 29, 1950, Inclusive
Read Down
Princess Elaine
Princess Elaine
Pr. Marguerite
or Pr. Patricia
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
10:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:15 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
Pr. Marguerite
or Pr. Patricia
Princess Elaine
Princess Elaine
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 a.m.
8:45 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
10:45 p.m.
VANCOUVER, NANAIMO and NEWCASTLE ISLAND
In Effect June 30 to September 5, 1950, inclusive.
Read Down
Princess
Victoria
Pr. Joan
or (1)
Elizabeth
Princess
Elaine
Princess
1   Victoria
Princess
j    Elaine
Pr. Patricia
or
Marguerite
Lr. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
Ar. Newcastle
7:30 am
10:00 am
8:15 am
11:30 am
11:00 am
10:00 am
12:30 pm
2:30 pm
5:00 pm
5:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:15 pm
9:30 pm
Read Down
Pr. Patricia
or
Marguerite
Princess
Victoria
Princess
Elaine
Pr. Joan
or (1)
tlizabeth
Princess
Victoria
Princess
Elaine
Lv. Newcastle
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 am
8:45 am
11:00 am
1:30 pm
1:30 pm
4:00 pm
5-00 pm
4:30 pm
T :4 5 pm
6:00 pm
8:30 pm
8:15 pm
10:45 pm
(1) Automobiles and Automobile Passengers only will be handled
on this sailing from Vancouver and Nanaimo on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
MEAL SERVICE (a la carte)
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO  RAILWAY CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 10:00 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and intermediate points.
Steamship from Nanaimo 1:30 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and intermediate points.
ESQUIMALT  AND   NANAIMO   RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves Union
Bay at 3:54 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 10.04 a.m. daily except Sunday.
Do you know that Bicycles (not Motorcycles), Baby
Carriages and  Go-Carts  are  considered   as   Passenger's
Baggage and may be checked Free of Charge.
STATEROOM   ACCOMMODATION
Excellent sleeping accommodation is provided on all
"Princess" ships between all ports.
Single berths at moderate rates, exclusive staterooms
from two berth rooms to deluxe suites at reasonable rates
to suit all requirements.
Open berths (men only) on night ships between Vancouver-Victoria and Vancouver-Westview are on sale on
application to Agent.
Staterooms are available overnight at Nanaimo on board
Princess Patricia and Princess Marguerite which vessels sail
from Nanaimo at 6:30 a.m. for Vancouver. You may go aboard
at 10:30 p.m. previous evening and get up just prior to arrival
at Vancouver.
WESTVIEW ( p£™) - COMOX
In Effect to September 23, 1950, Inclusive
Steamship "Princess Mary"
Read down
Tuesday
Thursday
Sunday
Lv. Vancouver
10:45 p.m. Tue.
10:45 p.m. Thu.
10:45
p.m.  Sun.
Ar. Westview
5:30 a.m. Wed.
5:30 a.m. Fri.
5:30
a.m. Mon.
Lv. Westview
7:00 a.m. Wed.
7:00 a.m. Fri.
7:00
a.m. Mon.
Ar. Blubber Bay
a.m. Wed.
a.m. Fri.
a.m. Mon.
Ar. Hornby  Island
9:00 a.m. Wed.
_.
(1)
Ar. Denman Island
a.m. Wed.
—
Ar. Union Bay
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Mon.
Ar. Comox
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Mon.
Lv. Comox
1:30 p.m. Wed.
1:30 p.m. Fri.
1:30
p.m. Mon.
Ar. Blubber Bay
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Mon.
Ar. Westview
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Mon.
Lv. Westview
10:15 p.m. Wed.
10:15 p.m. Fri.
10:15
p.m. Mon.
Ar. Vancouver
5:30 a.m. Thu.
5:30 a.m. Sat.
5:30
a.m. Tues.
(1) Call will be made at Hornby Island each Monday, effective
June 19 to September 25 inclusive.
NOTE:—Powell River located  8%   miles North  of Westview by
road.   Passengers make their own way by Bus.
Where no day shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast $1.00, Children 50c; Table d'Hote Luncheon $1.25,
Children 65c; Dinner $1.50, Children 75c; Afternoon Tea 50c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Room.
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
In Effect to September 24, 1950, Inclusive
Steamship "Princess Mary"
TUESDAY
Lv. Vancouver 8:00 a.m.
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay (2)
(N. Pender Island)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Galiano Island (1)
Ar. Vancouver about 8:00 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. Vancouver 8:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island (1)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Pt. Washington (2)
(N. Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Saturna Island
Lv. Hope Bay (2)
(N. Pender Island)
Ar. Vancouver about 7:30 p.m.
(1) Montague Hbr. and Gossip Isl. reached via Galiano Isl.
(2) Call is made at North Pender Island either at Hope Bay
on Tuesday, Port Washington on Thursday and Sunday, and at
both ports on Saturday as indicated in schedule above. The distance
between these ports by road is about 2% miles.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast $1.00, Children 50c; Luncheon $1.25, Children 65c;
Dinner $1.50, Children 75c; Afternoon Tea 50c
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip.
4
THURSDAY
Lv. Vancouver 8:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island (1)
Ar. Pt. Washington (2)
(N. Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Vancouver about 5:30 p.m.
SUNDAY
Lv. Vancouver  8:00 a.m.
Ar. Ganges  Harbour....l2:00 noon
Lv. Ganges  Harbour.... 1:30 p.m.
Lv. Pt.  Washington  2:30 p.m.
Lv. Mayne   Island  3:15 p.m.
Lv. Galiano Island  4:00 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver (about) 7:00 p.m.
West Coast Vancouver Island
Steamship "Princess Maquinna**
Steamship will leave Victoria at 10:00 p.m. on the following
dates:
June 17, 25,
July 3, 11, 19, 27
August 4, 12, 20, 28
September    5, 13, 21, 29
October        7, 15, 23, 31
ALASKA
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Read Down
PORTS OF CALL
Southbound
Read Up
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(1) Call made by special arrangement.
(2) Boat Landing  (Ahousat call, will be made northbound at
wharf and southbound as a boat landing.)
(3) Call  is  made  northbound  each  trip.   The  southbound  call
will be made only by special arrangement.
(4) Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 10:59 p.m. on
advertised date.
(5) Steamship will not sail southbound prior to 10:00 a.m.  on
advertised date.
CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES
REGULAR SERVICE
WHITEHORSE - DAWSON CITY
Vancouver and Edmonton to Whitehorse, Dawson City, and
Fairbanks, Edmonton to Yell'owknife and Port Radium.
PORTS OF CALL
m
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19
2
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20
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21
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£ o
CLZ
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fc. o
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23
Jiy.
22
23
24
25
26
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24
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29
31
Aug
1
2
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25
Aug
2
3
4
5
6
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. fc.
«: o
0.Z
Sailing  No.  *fr->
26_
Lv. Vancouver 8 p.m.
See Note (1)
Jne.
17
Jne.
21
Jne.
.28
1 Jiy.
l
Jiy.
1 8
Jiy.
12
Jiy.
19
Aug
9
* Ocean Falls ..p.m.
-
22
-
2
-
13
-
-
" Pr.  Rupert  . .a.m.
" Ketchikan ....p.m.
19
20
23
24
30
Jiy.
l
3
4
5
10
n
12
14
15
16
21
22
23
11
" Petersburg   .. .a.m.
" Juneau    p.m.
12
Ar.Skagway  .....a.m.
21
25
1 2
13
Lv. Skagway  ..... p.m.
22
23
24
26
26
27
28
29
30
3
4
5
7
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
17
17
18
19
20
21
24
| 25
26
28
27
28
29
30
31
3
4
5
7
7
8
9
10
11
14
" Juneau    a.m.
" Wrangell   ....p.m.
15
" Ketchikan ....a.m.
" Pr.   Rupert p.m.
16
" Ocean Falls ..a*m.
  •*
18 V
Ar. Vancouver
About 9 a.m.
See Note (2)
PORTS  OF  CALL
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1. O
CL-J
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ft. o
flL-l
fc.
£ o
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30
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31
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32
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35 1
J
.  3
ft. -1
36
ti
Sailing  No. *->.
27
28
29
37
Lv. Vancouver 8 p.m.
See Note (1)
Aug
12
13
14
Aug
19
21
Aug
23
24
25
Aug
30
Sep.
1
2
3
Sep.
2
3
4
5
6
Sep.
9
10
11
12
13
Sep.
13 1
14
15
16
Sep.
27
28
29
30
Oct.
7
8
9
10
11
Oct.
18
19
20
21
22
Oct.
28
" Ocean Falls ..p.m.
29
" Pr.  Rupert  ..a.m.
" Ketchikan p.m.
30
" Petersburg   .. .a.m.
" Juneau    p.m.
15
16
22
23
26
27
31
Ar. Skagway   a.m.
17 j°f
Nov.
1
Lv. Skagway   p.m.
17
18
24
25
28
29
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
14
15
16
17
18
18
19
20
21
22
2
3
4
5
6
12
13
14
15
16
23
24
25
26
27
2
" Juneau    a.m.
" Wrangell    p.m.
3
" Ketchikan  ... .a.m.
" Pr.   Rupert p.m.
19
26
30
31
Sep.
1
6
8
4
" Ocean Falls  . .a.m.
20
21 j
28
5
Ar. Vancouver
About 9 a.m.
See Note (2)
6
Steamships are due to arrive in Skagway about 8:00 a.m. on
advertised date.
(1) Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave
on local steamships within fifteen (15) days previous to sailing of
Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
(2)Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about
9:00 a.m., connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON   ROUTE SERVICE
Connecting with all Canadian Pacific Railway Company (B.C.
C.S.), Alaska steamships. During the summer season, daily train
service is operated between Skagway and Whitehorse. Dawson
steamships leave Whitehorse on frequent schedules* two tripe per
week.
Semi-weekly train service maintained during the balance c€
the year.
Plane service at least twice a week between Whitehoree,
Dawson and Mayo.
6
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various porta will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.

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