The Seabus moving toward Waterfront Station in Downtown Vancouver from Lonsdale Quay, the terminal on the North Shore.
The Seabus functions as a means of transportation for commuters in need of crossing the Burrard Inlet. Amidst one of the busiest shipping lines in Canada, these 'Sea' buses pass by monolith Cruise ships, ocean vessels and the occasional pleasure boat in the shadow of the towering mountains.
Docking outside of Canada Place and leaving from the popular Lonsdale Quay (a North Shore equivalent to Grandville Island), the Seabus is a feasible means of transit out of an area which relies on two bridges for passage via vehicular traffic.
Connecting to the Skytrain in Downtown Vancouver, the Seabus also serves as an alternate means to transit around the Vancouver region and beyond, travelling outwards to many popular destinations such as the downtown core, Science World and other outside attractions.
It offers a unique perspective of the Burrard inlet and is a great and inexpensive ride for everyone with impressive views of the Vancouver region.
Use the interactive map below to locate and explore the areas around SeabusWaterfront Station/Lonsdale Quay
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