The Nimpkish is a passenger ferry owned by the ferry company BC Ferries. She is currently the smallest ferry in the fleet, capable of carrying 16 cars, 133 passengers and has a maximum speed of 11 knots. She has been in service since 1985. She serves on the inter-island routes around Vancouver Island. She has three identical sister ships, the Albert J. Savoie, the Nicola and the Garibaldi II. She is due to be retired in 2011. She is named after the Nimpkish Lake, British Columbia. She is part of the N Class.