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Cruise across the breathtaking Bay of Fundy between Digby, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick.Learn More >>
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MV Fundy Rose
Take an unforgettable journey across the Bay of Fundy in comfort & style!
Welcome aboard mv Fundy Rose, with daily crossings between Digby, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick. All types of vehicles including cars, RVs, trucks, tour buses, and motorcycles, are welcome aboard—as well as walk-on passengers and four-legged friends.
Reduced travel times, plus a host of fantastic amenities make your journey quick and comfortable. Breathe in fresh salt air from the outdoor seating and viewing area on this Digby Ferry, and keep a keen eye on the Bay of Fundy for whales and other magnificent marine life. Great things happen when you leave the road behind, so join us for a journey that takes the hassle out of travel between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
What to Do in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
Explore the highest tides in North America, sample world-class wines in the Annapolis Valley, or discover the unseen corners of the Cabot Trail. Whatever adventure you’re looking for, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick offer a little something to suit everyone’s pace.
LET YOUR MONEY GO THE EXTRA MILE
Current exchange rates mean your Canadian vacation will not only be memorable, it will be affordable, too.
We’ve Joined Green Marine
We care about the waters we sail. They’re our playground and we’re committed to keeping them clean and safe. That’s why Bay Ferries Limited has signed on with Green Marine, the largest voluntary environmental program for the maritime industry in North America.
Green Marine certification is a rigorous and transparent process, and the program offers a detailed roadmap to address key environmental issues such as air and greenhouse gas emissions, underwater noise, oily water, and garbage management. Learn more about the Green Marine program here.