Thanks for your question. LNG carriers traveling to and from the Woodfibre site will travel at very low speeds through Howe Sound – about eight to 10 knots –ensuring they don’t create a large wake and that they can safely share the waters with recreational boaters.
The LNG vessels will come in and out of the Sound on established shipping lanes about once every 10 days – fewer than already come and go from Squamish Terminals. We will post a schedule of what days the carriers are expected, so we can all safely share the waters, reduce interaction with other users and avoid disruptions of events in the area.
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