The link between the Charlottes and Prince Rupert has been tied up since Friday, all due to troubles involving some rope picked up while in transit and the vessels propulsion system. Divers had been working during the weekend to try and clear the rope from the vessel, but the task seems to have been more problematic than first anticipated.
According to the 4pm BC Ferries Service Notes update of Sunday afternoon, if all remains on schedule, the first sailing since late Thursday will take place Monday when the vessel departs Skidegate for Prince Rupert.
It's not clear why the announced resumption of service will take place starting from Skidegate, according to the BC Ferries on line tracker, the current status of the Northern Adventure is that of being docked in Prince Rupert.
Previous report from Queen Charlotte Islands Observer, outlining the situation.