Passengers are responsible for ensuring personal medical devices are in good condition (free from oil, grease, damage and/or excessive wear and tear) and labelled as required. Please check the operating instructions in the device user manual before travel.
Carry an adequate supply of approved batteries to meet your needs for the duration of the voyage. A good practice is to calculate your full amount of sailing time and bring 1.5 times the supply for the total time needed.
Bay Ferries Limited cannot be held liable for any injury or harm caused by a guest attempting to use our power supply onboard to charge batteries or to power portable medical electronic devices.
Generally, it is best to allow the cabin crew to seat you in the most appropriate location based on a combination of your medical needs and the equipment. Some seating locations include access to the emergency evacuation systems and must be kept open at all times so as not to restrict access to the safety equipment.
Needles and syringes are allowed in personal carry-on bags you are taking to the passenger deck. Please ensure the syringes have protective needle guards and are carried in a proper medical container. Dispose of any used needles in the sharps containers in the washrooms. Our cabin crew can provide you with detailed information about onboard locations if required.
Leave these medications in the original packaging to ensure clear labelling (drug name and manufacturer). Review the general information for all medication prior to travel in order to ensure a safe trip.
If you require the use of a needle or syringe, please follow the general information for the medication above (see needles and syringes). We strongly recommend that auto-injectors (e.g. Epi-pen™) be carried in your personal carry-on bag, so it is easily accessible.
Passengers are prohibited from consuming personal alcoholic beverages at Bay Ferries Limited ferry terminals and onboard our vessels. Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase on board with proof of valid ID. To ensure the safety of all guests and crew, passengers believed to be impaired by alcohol or drugs may be denied boarding.
The use of medical cannabis at ferry terminals or onboard vessels is strictly forbidden.
It is illegal to transport medical cannabis into Canada or the United States regardless of a prescription or it being legalized in Canada or the state of Maine. Penalties including fines, possible imprisonment, and other criminal sanctions may apply. More information on travelling with medical cannabis is available through Transport Canada’s website.
It is your responsibility to ensure you are safely and legally transporting or possessing your medication. It is your responsibility to contact the appropriate authorities to confirm the allowances and restrictions of your medication.