There are several options for getting around Bowen Island and for travelling off the island.
Getting around Bowen
Bowen Community Transit
Effective April 23, 2018: Route numbers will change to 280 Bluewater/Snug Cove and 281 Eagle Cliff/Snug Cove
There are two community transit bus routes operated by TransLink. The C11 Eaglecliff runs from Snug Cove along the eastern side of the island to Hood Point and then along Mt. Gardner Road and back. The C10 Bluewater runs from Snug Cove towards the western side of the island, turning around at Spyglass Road. Both buses generally leave Snug Cove after the arrival of the ferry, but there are some exceptions. Please check the schedule to determine the departure time.
You can use your Compass Card to pay your fare on the Bowen Community Transit buses. If you are transferring to or from a bus in Horseshoe Bay, you have up to 180 minutes to transfer on a single fare.
Bowen Land and Sea Taxi (BLAST) operates a taxi on Bowen Island and a water taxi between Snug Cove and downtown Vancouver. You can conveniently book trips online or by calling 604-250-8294.
Bowen LIFT is a ride sharing program unique to Bowen Island. Look for the stops along main routes where you can wait to get a ride or pick up someone who needs a ride.
Getting to and from Bowen
The Queen of Capilano provides vehicle and foot passenger ferry service between Snug Cove and Horseshoe Bay.
Bowen Land and Sea Taxi (BLAST)
BLAST operates a taxi on Bowen Island and a foot passenger water taxi between Snug Cove and downtown Vancouver. You can conveniently book trips online or by calling 604-250-8294.
Cormorant Marine operates foot passenger water taxi service between Snug Cove and Horseshoe Bay (and other destinations in Howe Sound).
Bowen Express Bus
Locally known as "Peter's Bus", the Bowen Express Bus operates express service between Horseshoe Bay and downtown Vancouver during peak commuting hours. The schedule is designed to align with the Cormorant Marine water taxi schedule.
Last Updated on 2018-04-20 at 10:10 AM