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The CAT remains at her winter home in Charleston, South Carolina.

It is our hope that high-speed ferry service between Bar Harbor, Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, will resume in Spring 2021. This of course depends on the status of COVID-19 and related travel restrictions. Updates will be provided when available.

We look forward to welcoming you aboard this year.

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The CAT High Speed Ferry

What if the best part of your road trip isn’t even on the road?

When a journey from Maine to Nova Scotia calls, the open ocean answers. And aboard The CAT, it’s the shortest route. You might say, it’s nature’s finest short cut from one coastal paradise to another.

The high-speed CAT ferry travels between Bar Harbor, ME and Yarmouth, NS in just 3.5 hours. RVs, pickups, SUVs, cars, tour buses, motorcycles, and bicycles are welcome aboard The CAT—as well as walk on passengers and four-legged friends.

Come experience a journey that 96% of travelers say they would recommend to their friends—and discover the rugged shores of the Atlantic on an adventure you’ll never forget!

Spend less time driving and more time discovering what’s waiting for you on the other side.

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Let Your Money Go That Extra Mile

Current exchange rates mean your Canadian vacation will not only be memorable, it will be affordable, too.

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Advancing Environmental Excellence

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 is a participant of 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