One of the prettiest and scenic ferry crossings in Canada. Sailing between Caribou, Nova Scotia and Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island, the Confederation and the Holiday Island cross the Northumberland Strait in just 75 minutes.
Dates of Operation:
May to December
Sailing across the Northumberland Strait with fresh salt sea air and the sun sparkling off the water, its hard to imagine a better way to arrive on the Island. As you approach the shores of our gentle Island, you and your guests will be captivated with the picturesque scene of red-cliff shores and a crisp white lighthouse that will guide you into this little slice of paradise.
Northumberland Ferries offers what is simply the best way for you and your car to travel between Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The Confederation and the Holiday Island Ferries proudly ply the waters between Caribou and Wood Islands in just 75 minutes-and, in the process, offers you a unique opportunity to park the car, relax and enjoy the beauty of the sea and the sky. Best of all, no matter how many passengers are in your car, you pay one great rate.
While onboard the Holiday Island and the Confederation grab something to eat at the Cafeteria. If your group is traveling on the Confederation, treat yourself to an ice cream from Cows as you approach the red shores of Prince Edward Island.