Feb. three, 2021Up to date: Feb. three, 2021 eight:37 a.m.
The high-speed ferry that runs between Bar Harbor and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, is not going to run this yr, making it the third yr in a row that the service has been canceled.
The Bay Ferries stated on its web site that the Cat ferry is not going to run once more this yr due to the pandemic, the Portland Press Herald reported on Tuesday. The ferry can cross the 113-mile distance in three half of hours.
The coronavirus additionally shut down the ferry final yr. In 2019, the ferry didn’t run due to a delay in organising a screening facility ordered by Customs and Border Patrol, the newspaper reported.
“We sit up for serving you once more as quickly because the worldwide land borders are reopened and public well being circumstances permit,” Bay Ferries wrote on its web site.
In March, america and Canada agreed to shut their borders to nonessential journey, and final week, Canada introduced further strict measures, together with requiring vacationers getting into the nation to quarantine for 14 days at a resort at their very own expense upon arrival within the nation.