|M.V. Queen of Cowichan|
|Place Built||Victoria, BC|
|Passenger Capacity||1,466 (+ 34 crew)|
|Service Speed||19 knots|
|Est. Retirement Year*||2021/2022|
|Onboard Services*||Cafeteria, Snack Bar, Gift Shop, Vending, Video Arcades, Work Stations|
|* From BC Ferries Coastal Ferry Services Contract (2003)|
- The Queen of Cowichan operates between Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay.
- The Queen of Cowichan is a C-class ferry and is an almost-identical sister ship of the Queen of Coquitlam.
|1985||August 12 - The Queen of Cowichan was involved in a collision with a pleasure craft in which 3 people in the smaller vessel were killed.|
|1995||September 21- A few passengers were injured in an accident on the Queen of Cowichan's elevator. The Transport Safety Board of Canada published Report Number M95W0145 on the accident.|
|2001||September 6 - The Queen of Cowichan crew rescued two boaters whose boat had caught fire in Georgia Straight.|
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