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Moby Dick Inn
935 - 2nd Avenue West
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
Canada  V8J 1H8

Telephone:  250-624-6961
Toll Free:  1-800-663-0822
Fax:  250-624-3760
Email:  mobydick@citytel.net


Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada

The picturesque city of Prince Rupert, across Hecate Strait from the Queen Charlotte Islands, is the transportation hub and centre of adventure for travellers to BC’s north coast.

The busy waterfront of Prince Rupert, one of the world’s largest deep-water terminals, handles a huge volume of grain, coal, lumber and potash. Opened a new container port in October 2007.Forestry, fishing and tourism are the economic mainstays of the 16,000 residents.

Prince Rupert is the crossroads for travellers to the Queen Charlotte Islands, Maska, Vancouver Island and Vancouver. There are frequent ferry sailings on the BC Ferry to Skidegate on the Queen Charlotte Islands and through the scenic Inside Passage to Port Hardy on Vancouver Island.

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Downtown Prince Rupert (click to enlarge)

Transportation in Prince Rupert


BC Ferries
Run from Port Hardy every second day, and from Prince Rupert to Skidegate 5 times weekly in the summer. Toll Free: (250) 624-9627
   
Air Canada Jazz
Daily flights between Prince Rupert and Vancouver. (250) 622-2222
   
Alaska Marine Highway
Toll Free (250) 627-1745
   
Hawkair
Daily flights between Vancouver and Prince Rupert. (250) 624-4295
   
North Pacific Seaplanes
They offer daily flights to Masset, Sandspit and Queen Charlotte City, on the Queen Charlotte Islands. (250) 627-1341
   
Via Rail
Offers service to and from Prince Rupert three times a week. 1-888-VIA-PREFER (842-7733) (250) 627-7304
   
BC Rail
Offers service to Prince George with connecting service to Prince Rupert with Via Rail.
Telephone:1-604-986-2012.
   

Greyhound Bus Lines
Supplies service to Prince Rupert twice a day. (250) 624-5090