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Morning ferry service between P.E.I. and Nova Scotia cancelled July 10


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WOOD ISLANDS, P.E.I. — Ongoing mechanical points with Northumberland Ferries Restricted’s (NFL) MV Confederation is as soon as once more holding crusing service shuttered between P.E.I. and Nova Scota.  

NFL has cancelled each the 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. crossings between Wooden Islands P.E.I. and Caribou, N.S. for Monday, July 10.  

The next 8:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. return journeys from Nova Scotia have additionally been cancelled.  

In a press release on July 6, Mark Wilson, senior vice-president of the corporate, stated the vessel was anticipated to be mounted over the July 8-9 weekend, and the ship to be again in service “early subsequent week.” 

The MV Confederation has been experiencing mechanical points since June 17, the vessel has since then made a number of unsuccessful makes an attempt to return to full service.  

The second vessel for the 2023 season, MV Saaremaa 1, was anticipated to reach in P.E.I. from Quebec on July 9, with the ship anticipated to be in operation by mid-July. 

NFL will present an extra replace on the 2 remaining July 10 sailings later within the day Monday. 

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