The corporation has released its first-quarter financial statements covering the period between March and June, showing net earnings of $3.3 million.
It lost $3.5 million over the same period last year.
BC Ferries also says revenues jumped just under $11 million to $197.6 million in the first quarter.
According to the corporation, $4.9-million of that boost came from increased fuel surcharges levied to offset skyrocketing gas prices.
About $3.6 million was spent to cover those higher fuel costs.
Release of the first quarter results comes as BC Ferries holds its annual general meeting in Vancouver.