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Thursday, December 8, 2016

WSDOT Announces Service Changes

March 7, 2008

Last week WSDOT announced the following upcoming temporary service and capacity adjustments. Complete information on schedules and service is available at: www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/ or by calling 1-888-808-7977.

Seattle/Bremerton The 87-car Tillikum will operate on the Seattle/Bremerton route from Monday, March 10 through Friday, March 14, replacing the 124-car Kitsap while it is out for a week of scheduled maintenance. During this time the 188-car Walla Walla will operate with the Tillikum on Seattle/Bremerton. The Tillikum is slower than the Kitsap, so the Seattle/Bremerton schedule will be adjusted slightly to accommodate the smaller vessel. Both vessels have Wi-Fi service.

Anacortes/San Juan Islands The 34-car Hiyu will replace the 87-car Klahowya on the San Juan Islands inter-island route beginning Monday, March 10. Even though the winter and spring months see less inter-island traffic than in summer, customers should expect some sold out sailings due to the reduced capacity of the Hiyu. The down-sizing is expected to last until mid-May. Anacortes/Sidney, BC International service from Anacortes to Sidney, BC begins on Sunday, March 30. Reservations for spring schedule (March 30 - June 21) are now available on-line or by phone at 206-464-6400 or 1-888-808-7977 (WA and BC only). Reservations should be made at least one day prior to sailing. WSDOT will continue to provide updates on near-term service adjustments before they occur.



 
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