Special Offers

Whether it’s your first time to Canada’s East Coast, or you are a regular to our shores, when you set out to explore the Maritime provinces, you are in for beauty, adventure — and boatloads of savings!

Early Booking Bonus

The race is on to get the best deals on your 2020 summer travel, and this time, the early bird gets The CAT. Because when you book your one-way or round-trip travel between Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and Bar Harbor, Maine by April 15, 2020 you can save up to $180 USD.


CAT Carload

Pack-in, buckle-up, and get ready for a road trip unlike any other. Part highway adventure, part high seas journey, and 100% worth-it. With free passage for up to three additional passengers in a two adult vehicle, it’s easily one of the most cost-effective ways to explore the beauty of Maine and Nova Scotia with your five-person crew.


Scotia Road Trip

Begin your 3, 5, or 7-day Nova Scotia getaway with The CAT high-speed ferry and truly enjoy the journey en route to your destination with $100 USD in savings and a $25 onboard credit.


Mini Getaway

Big on travel but short on time? Go for a mini getaway aboard The CAT. We make it easier than ever to journey to a different country—in just 3.5 hours!


Military Discount

In order to recognize the sacrifice and dedication of those who have served, we are pleased to offer active-duty military personnel and veterans a $20 onboard credit to use towards dining, beverage and shopping amenities. Onboard credit will be distributed during sailing. Please present valid military identification to the Customer Experience Manager. Onboard credit cannot be redeemed for cash.

Nova Scotia Resident Discount

Nova Scotia residents receive $200 USD off vehicle fares (round-trip) OR $110 USD off motorcycle fares (round-trip) for the entire season.


Maine Bicentennial Discount

When it comes to fast travel between Bar Harbor, ME, and Yarmouth, NS, we’re a Maine-stay. That’s why in celebration of the state’s bicentennial, Maine residents can travel one-way for $200 USD to/or from Nova Scotia between June 26-30 and September 8-October 13, 2020.


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