Vancouver in Early March – Part 14 – False Creek Water Taxis

There are many public transit options in Vancouver, but none with a better view, than the water taxis running back and forth along False Creek. There are two companies providing this service, Aquabus and False Creek Ferries. We opted to take a False Creek Ferry water taxi back from the Village Ferry Dock near Telus World of Science to the Aquatic Center dock near the bottom of Thurlow Street. The service has a connection point at Granville Island dock, where we had to change ferries to continue to our final destination.

Ferry Trails

Bright water taxis

zipping all over False Creek.

Alternate transport.

False Creek near the Village Ferry Dock
view from the Village Ferry Dock
Aquabus prepares to depart the Village Dock
Telus World of Science
K, L and Benji enjoy the ride
gliding past the City of Glass
brief stop at Plaza of Nations stop
view from the Plaza of Nations dock
Granville Bridge and Granville Island
colourful cement silos on Granville Island
Burrard Bridge
looking back to Burrard Bridge from the Aquatic Centre dock

4 thoughts on “Vancouver in Early March – Part 14 – False Creek Water Taxis

  1. Fantastic photos and fantastic post! Thanks for sharing more from Vancouver, Allan, your pictures speak to my soul 😊 I loved water taxis. We decided to walk to the Granville Island, where we ate way too much food, (my favourite was chocolate covered apples, by the way) and hopped on the water taxi to get back to the downtown! The Aquabus is inexpensive and definitely a fun way to explore one of the most amazing city’s on Earth. Thanks for sharing and have a good Monday 😊 Aiva 😊

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    1. Thanks Aiva. Ahhhh, the Granville Island Market. If you can’t eat it or buy it here, it likely does not exist. So much good food and produce. The water taxi is the way to go to save the long bus ride or walk to downtown, for sure. Thanks for reading Aiva. Enjoy your week. Allan

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