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New Brunswick, Kennebecasis Island ferry

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Kennebecasis Island Ferry is a small cable ferry joining Kennebecasis Island with the Summerville on the Kingston Peninsula with a 5 minute free ride.

See schedule on New Brunswick Transportation site for operation times.

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