The Coastal Celebration continues to have a mechanical issue, meaning there are a number of possible cancellations on Tuesday.
Two morning sailings on the Coastal Celebration were cancelled, according to BC Ferries, but the issue was able to be resolved for the 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. leaving Swartz Bay and 12 and 4 p.m. leaving Tsawwassen to proceed as scheduled.
However, the ferry company says the mechanical issue with the propulsion system is being monitored and the remaining sailings for the vessel are still at risk of cancellations as the day goes on.
On Monday, BC Ferries told CHEK News that oil was detected coming from the propeller hub of the Coastal Celebration, prompting the mechanical concerns.
This comes after the Coastal Celebration was pulled from service for an annual refit that took longer than expected, resulting in cancellations on the major route over the Canada Day long weekend.
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BC Ferries planned for crews to do a dive Monday evening to look at what the issue was with the vessel. CHEK News has asked BC Ferries for information on what the crew found.