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Travel times Vancouver to Powell River, and Comox to Victoria

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We are planning to drive (mid-sized rental car) from Vancouver to Powell River, take the ferry across, and then drive from Comox (Little River) to Victoria. We want to see more of BC than Vancouver, more of Van Island than Victoria, and want to see small towns/villages.

First of all, is the Powell River-Comox ferry a car ferry, as well as passenger? I doesn't say so specifically on bcferries.com.

Also, can anyone tell me the appoximate distance (on 101) and approximate travel time for those drives. We will definitely stop many times on the drives, but would just like an estimate of the time if you traveled with no stops.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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