Wolfe Island Ferry to Marysville Terminal (Summer)

On Wednesday September 18 2019, the Wolfe Islander III will be out-of-service from 9:00am until 2:00pm to remove and replace one of the engines. The last trip will leave Wolfe Island at 8:30am. The vessel will be able to respond to emergency calls.
To assist in your ferry from Barrack Street to Marysville Terminal we present a listing of all Live Kingston traffic cameras from Barrack Street to Marysville Terminal complete on one page. Bookmark these Live Kingston summer ferry traffic cameras on your computer, tablet or smartphone and check it whenever travelling on the Marysville Terminal ferry. We hope these live Kingston summer ferry traffic Cameras will enable you to avoid all problems (Remember F5 to Refresh). These images courtesy of the Ontario Ministry of Transportation’s COMPASS advanced traffic management system.

Live Wolfe Island Ferry - Marysville Terminal (Summer)

Live Wolfe Island Ferry – Marysville Terminal (Summer)

Live Traffic Camera of Wolfe Island Ferry - Barrack Street

Wolfe Island Ferry – Barrack Street

Traffic Camera of Wolfe Island Ferry - Marysville Main Street (Summer)

Wolfe Island Ferry – Marysville Main Street (Summer)

LIVE Position of the Wolfe Islander III – Wolfe Island to Kingston

Ferry Schedules

Wolfe Islander III – Wolfe Island to Kingston (effective April 28th, 2019)

Wolfe Island
5:30 AM
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8:30 PM
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11:30 AM
1:00 PM
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10:00 PM
11:30 PM
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The Wolfe Islander III is in operation all year. It holds approximately 55 cars and 330 passengers per trip.

Crossing Time = 20 min. Rates = Free

For more information call Ministry of Transportation at: (613) 548 7227

The Wolfe Island Ferry operates from the Marysville Dock (summer) from ICE OUT to ICE IN at which time it moves to the Dawson Point Dock (winter). Low water conditions in the village can cause an earlier departure of the ferry to the winter dock.

The ferry serves as a vital life-line to the Island’s long established community. It also services the many thousands of people visiting Wolfe Island and coming from the States in to Canada

Ferrying to the Island has a long history. In 1904, Wolfe Island bought the original Wolfe Islander; in 1946, the Ontario government bought the Wolfe Islander II and in 1964, the province assumed ferry control and initiated free highway access.

*IMPORTANT DANGEROUS GOODS UPDATE: Effective July 30, 2015 there will be no designated dangerous goods ferry trips for propane and gasoline highway tankers with a capacity of less than 20 000 Litres classified as; UN1075, LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES, Class 2.1, UN1203, GASOLINE, Class 3, Packing Group II, or UN1978, PROPANE, Class 2.1. However, the federal Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act requires that dangerous goods tankers containing materials as noted above be transported to and from Wolfe Island one tanker at a time on any regularly scheduled trip. This also applies to empty but un-purged mobile units that previously carried the above noted dangerous goods on the return trip. Carriers will be accepted as first come, first served.