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[Last Updated: Sunday, April 11, 2021 08:59 AM]
Sea/Brem-#2 Chimacum Will Temporarily Operate at Reduced Capacity
One of the rescue boats on the #2 Chimacum currently needs to be replaced. The safety of our customers and crew is WSF’s top priority. This vessel will be temporarily reduced to 50% capacity until the Rescue Boat can be replaced. Updates will occur when more information is available.
[Last Updated: Sunday, April 11, 2021 08:16 AM]
Ana/SJs- Update:-#1 Kaleetan and #3 Cathlamet are Back on Schedule
The #1 Kaleetan is back on schedule and is now expected to arrive in Anacortes at 8:56 a.m.
The #3 Cathlamet is back on schedule and is expected to arrive in Anacortes at 9:14 a.m.
Customers can check the online schedule for more information on scheduled upcoming sailings and also view the real-time travel map for live boat location information.
[Last Updated: Sunday, April 11, 2021 05:07 AM]
PT/Coup - Reservation Status for Port Townsend/Coupeville, 4/11
On Sunday, April 11, vehicle reservations are full departing Coupeville until 9:10 p.m. and full from Port Townsend for the remainder of the service day. Standby space will be loaded on a first come, first serve basis.
Reservations can be made until two hours before sailing time, so please check TakeAFerry for cancellations or changes. Walk-on space is available for all departures. Alternate routes are highly advised using Edmonds/Kingston or Mukilteo/Clinton.
[Last Updated: Tuesday, March 30, 2021 11:27 AM]
Share Your Ferry Feedback Through Online Survey
Customers are encouraged to participate in the current Ferry Riders Opinion Group survey to share your thoughts on all things WSF. The survey is hosted by the Washington State Transportation Commission and helps us hear feedback and suggestions directly from you.
You can participate by either signing up to join the survey panel to ensure you’re included in this and all future surveys, or you can just participate in the current survey that is available online without signing up to receive future surveys. It will be available through April 19. We look forward to hearing from you!
[Last Updated: Wednesday, April 07, 2021 08:46 AM]
Faunt/Va/SW - Apply Now to Join Effort to Shape the New Fauntleroy Terminal
WSF is currently accepting applications from community members interested in joining a Community Advisory Group that will help shape the future of the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal.
This group will advise WSF and work collaboratively to generate ideas and provide input on which issues should be addressed in this project. Members also will help identify and provide input about potential alternatives and share ongoing feedback on the broader community engagement process.
Anyone who lives near the ferry terminal, regularly rides the Fauntleroy/Vashon/Southworth ferry route, or has an understanding of the area’s regional transportation, economic, community and environmental issues is encouraged to apply.
Applications will be accepted through 5 p.m. on Friday, April 23.
[Last Updated: Friday, March 26, 2021 03:08 PM]
Muk/Clin - Two East Elevators Out of Service at Mukilteo Terminal
The two elevators on the east side of the Mukilteo Terminal located nearest the transit center are out of service for the next 2-4 weeks for repairs. Customers who need to use the elevator to access the terminal building can use the elevator at the west end or the stairs at the east and west ends of the building. However, this will not affect boarding for walk-on ADA customers who will still board the ferry from the car deck.
Thank you for your patience while we work to quickly make repairs to the elevators.
[Last Updated: Wednesday, March 17, 2021 05:42 AM]
Reservations Available Now for Travel Between May 9 and Sept. 25
As Washington State Ferries continues to operate under the constraints of the COVID pandemic, it has extended its current schedule through May 8. Currently vehicle reservations on the Anacortes/San Juan Islands and Port Townsend/Coupeville routes are available two weeks or two days in advance of the sailing date through March 27. Vehicle reservations for the period between March 28 and May 8 were released on Tuesday, Feb. 2.
A modified “peak season” service will begin on May 9 for all routes and run through Saturday, Sept. 25. This will bring increased service to the San Juan Islands and add a second vessel to the Port Townsend/Coupeville route. International service to and from Sidney, B.C. remains suspended due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Reservations for the May 9-Sept. 25 “peak season” will be available March 9. Reservations can be booked online or by calling 206-464-6400 and speaking with an Information Agent. Customers can also call that number should they have questions or need additional information.
[Last Updated: Saturday, March 20, 2021 02:31 PM]
Sea/BI- 144-Vehicle Suquamish Replaced the 202-Vehicle Tacoma.
The 144-vehicle Suquamish has replaced the 202-vehicle Tacoma on the Seattle/Bainbridge route. This is a downsize of 58 vehicles. Please plan for additional wait times during the morning and afternoon commutes due to the decrease in vessel capacity. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we maintain our fleet.
[Last Updated: Monday, March 15, 2021 08:53 AM]
Please Be Mindful of Pedestrians When Entering and Exiting Mukilteo Terminal
Drivers entering and exiting the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal are encouraged to be mindful of pedestrians in the area. When pedestrians are present, drivers must stop at the nearby crosswalk located at State Route 525 and Second Street in Mukilteo. Please be advised that it is illegal not to stop for pedestrians at a marked crosswalk. Public safety is WSF’s number one priority.
[Last Updated: Saturday, April 10, 2021 05:20 PM]
Customers Advised to Limit Non-Essential Travel/Statewide Mask Requirement
As a reminder, the Governor’s Safe Start Plan is in effect. Customers are advised to limit travel on ferries to essential purposes only, and to observe physical distancing. On some sailings, the number of walk-on passengers may be restricted so that riders can maintain physical distance.
Customers traveling by vehicle are encouraged to remain in their vehicles for the duration of their trip, while those in the cabin should practice safe physical distancing, wash your hands and avoid traveling if you feel ill.
Passengers are also asked to comply with the Governor’s statewide order requiring that face masks and coverings be worn in public to limit the spread of COVID-19. The requirement includes both indoor and outdoor spaces.
Thank you for helping us do our part to keep our community healthy.