|M.V. Queen of Surrey|
|Place Built||Vancouver, BC|
|Passenger Capacity*||1,416 (+ 26 crew)|
|Service Speed||18 knots|
|Est. Retirement Year*||2026/2027|
|Onboard Services*||Cafeteria, Snack Bar, Gift Shop, Vending, Video Arcades|
|* From BC Ferries Coastal Ferry Services Contract (2003)|
- The Queen of Surrey usually operates between Langdale and Horseshoe Bay. She is sometimes placed on the Horseshoe Bay - Nanaimo run when needed.
- The Queen of Surrey is the almost-identical sister ship of the Queen of Oak Bay. She is one of the 5 C-class ships.
- The current Queen of Surrey was not the first Queen of Surrey in the BC Ferries fleet. From 1974 until 1980, the present Queen of the North was named Queen of Surrey.
|1994||October - Two hundred thousand dollars damage was done to the Horseshoe Bay dock when the Queen of Surrey smashed into it.|
|2001||May 1 - The Queen of Surrey crew rescued a swamped kayaker off Bowen Island on its 12:30 trip from Langdale to Horseshoe Bay.|
|2003||May 17 - An engine fire aboard the Queen of Surrey knocked it out of service just before the Victoria Day long weekend.|
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