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Just one ferry in service at Glenora July 20

The Glenora Ferry will be conducting a mandatory stability test on the vessel Thursday, July 20 and as a result, one ferry, 30-minute service will be in effect that day.

In addition, the Ministry of Transportation has notified the municipality that it will end service early on July 20 to replace hydraulic lines on the ramp. The last trip will leave Adolphustown at 11:45 p.m.

The Glenora Ferry location offers a two-boat service, seven days a week between the Canada Day long weekend and the Thanksgiving long weekend in October.

When two boats are in operation, 15-minute service during peak hours follows this schedule:
30-minute service — 6 am to 10 am
15-minute service — 10:15 am to 7:30 pm
30-minute service — 7:30 pm to 1:15 am

When on 30-minute service, one ferry departs Glenora on the hour and the half-hour and Adolphustown at a quarter to and a quarter after the hour.

When on 15-minute service, one ferry from each terminal departs every 15 minutes.

 

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