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BC Ferries is cutting more weekend sailings on the Tsawwassen-Duke Point route.
The cuts take effect when the fall schedule resumes in October.
The first sailing on Saturdays will be 7:45am from either side, with the last boat leaving at 3:15pm.
BC Ferries' Deborah Marshall claims it's in response to customer feedback.
"We certainly hear from customers - they're concerned about ferry fares, and by reducing the under-utilised sailings on the major routes, we can save some money and keep fares at a reasonable level."
Marshall says the cuts will save about four million dollars.