Romantic Getaways – January 2016



Take someone special somewhere special – with 1 – or 2 – night romantic retreats from BC Ferries Vacations.

Each package includes its own thoughtful extras, from chocolate-covered strawberries to spa credits and room upgrades.

Let BC Ferries Vacations take the pressure off planning so you can simply enjoy your time together. All packages include round-trip ferry and accommodation.

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5 Responses to Romantic Getaways – January 2016

  1. Norma says:

    It’s no wonder people here are touchy about the Ferries but this is clearly posted for ironic purposes. The absurdity of the whole transportation situation for our community is summed up neatly by this–the “Corporation” and the government clearly don’t get it and don’t even want to bother try. This isn’t some fancy little pleasure cruise to us–it is in many ways our life line to the rest of the world. So yeah–get mad, but don’t get mad at the Daily News. Get mad at the sheer lunacy of our government and the fact that we as a community just don’t count.

  2. Honestly it was posted with an ironic shaking of my head….after the last few days of issues with ferries and finding this on BC Ferries website I was just struck with the irony of it all.

  3. After the latest round of ferry issues I couldnt help posting this after finding the plug on BC Ferries website. Talk about the left hand not giving a fig about the right. Not so ‘dark’ just shaking my head as I know you are, as well.

  4. Peter says:

    I’d assumed that this was posted with ironic intent or a dark, twisted sense of humour which I misguidedly share. I doubt that it was meant to be flame bait, although that is always a risk with irony.

  5. To post this a day after our community experienced major service problems with the privatized access provider to Powell River is in seriously poor taste. This is a slap in the face to everyone who needs to use our marine highways for things like employment, medical appointments and other real-life concerns… and either can’t afford to or are frequently thwarted by unreliable service.

    If this is a paid advertisement, which for all intents and purposes it appears to be, why is it filed under “News”? What is news, and has been for a long time, is that BC Ferries continues to fail to provide equitable, reliable access to Powell River while ostensibly operating as our marine highways. If this is a paid advertisement, disclose that within your post. If this is not, “Powell River Daily News” clearly doesn’t speak for, care about or represent the citizens of Powell River with this ill-timed post.

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