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SeaBus south terminal after the opening ceremonies

Crowds waiting at the SeaBus south terminal at Waterfront after the opening ceremonies on Friday, February 12.

Crowds waiting at the SeaBus south terminal at Waterfront after the opening ceremonies on Friday, February 12.

Just got these photos from my colleague of a SeaBus crowd after the opening ceremonies on Friday, February 12!

SeaBus actually ran its 10-minute service with all three SeaBuses until 1 a.m. that night, since demand was so high. It was originally scheduled to go down to 15 minute service after midnight — so thanks for the extra help, SeaBus!

As many of you might know, SeaBus is only allowed to have 399 passengers on each vessel owing to Transport Canada rules, so that’s why a few people might be left behind if things are really really busy.

Here’s a few more pictures of the crowded SeaBus platform! Everybody looks quite happy :)

Passengers were cheering as they lined up for the SeaBus.

Passengers were cheering as they lined up for the SeaBus.

Doug, the cheerful marine attendant!

Doug, the cheerful marine attendant!

Another shot of the SeaBus crowd.

Another shot of the SeaBus crowd.

Boarding the SeaBus!

Boarding the SeaBus!


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