Historic Plover Ferry

Historic Plover Ferry, Marine Drive, Blaine, WA, United States

360-332-5742

The Historic Plover ferry is certified by US Coast Guard to carry 20 passengers, but bicyclists, strollers and even well behaved dogs may also come aboard when there is room. The two-person crew provides interesting commentary on the Plover’s restoration and the many diverse sights along the short crossing. Sights which may include British Columbia’s Coast Mountains, basking seals, soaring eagles, stalking herons, and maybe even a shipwreck. The Plover also provides a pleasant shortcut for cyclists pedaling the coast. The Plover also makes a great water taxi from Blaine to a midday meal at the Semiahmoo resort.

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