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General Information

10-08-0231
Printed in the USA on recycled/recyclable paper.

Seattle, Washington 98121-3014


2901 Third Avenue Suite 500
Washington State Ferries
Welcome aboard Washington State provided for special event traffic on any good condition. All vehicles must have Smoking is not allowed on WSF Vehicles should be in line at least Fares or send a description of the transaction
Ferries. To ensure your trip is a safe and of the routes. Please watch for notices on gas caps. vessels. All smoking materials must be 20 minutes prior to scheduled departure Passenger fares are generally round trip to the address on the back of this schedule,
enjoyable one, please take a moment the vessels, at the terminals, or call one of extinguished before boarding the vessel. time. On some routes, vehicles must with the exception of the Port Townsend/ Attn: Operations Revenue Control.
Regulations require that you shut off and
to read the following guidelines. the information numbers. No smoking is allowed within 25 feet of be moved frequently while in line. Coupeville (Keystone) route and all
tag all propane tanks prior to boarding, For medical preferential loading
the entry to our ferry terminal facilites. Please monitor your vehicle. International sailings to Sidney, British
Understanding Our Schedule Security unless they are the primary fuel source information, call 206-464-6400 or
for your vehicle. A limited number of Bicyclists and persons carrying kayaks Columbia. We offer seniors, persons 511 (WA) or 888-808-7977 (WA & BC).
Times in color are for morning (a.m.) Security regulations require that all Loading with disabilities and passengers with
departures and in black for afternoon/ passengers and vehicles are subject to portable propane tanks may be carried in Unaccompanied vehicles (vehicles or canoes should wait near the front
206-515-3439 a Medicare card, or other eligibility Washington State Ferries wants to make
evening departures. Noon is noted as possible security screening. Additional a vehicle in addition to those installed in without drivers) are not permitted. of the loading area, since they normally
Lost and Found verification travel at half the regular your travel as easy as possible.
12:00 a.m. and one minute past noon security measures appear in the Safety recreational vehicles. The total amount load first. Once on board, secure bikes
of propane shall not exceed 100 pounds Times listed in the schedule are departure in the place provided. Crews will direct passenger fare. We offer special rates To get the latest information concerning
as 12:01 p.m. Midnight is noted as and Loading sections.
to be connected to 206-515-3460.
Relay Service by dialing 711 (WA) and asking
(water equivalent) whether in a single times, unless otherwise noted. Vessels passengers on placement of kayaks and for youth 6-18 years of age. Children 5 service, check our web site at www.
12:00 p.m. and one minute past
Safety may cease loading two minutes in and under travel free. Not all terminals
and vessels are  accessible.
100-pound tank or multiple smaller tanks. canoes. When leaving the vessel, please wsdot.wa.gov/ferries or call us at 511.
access Washington State Telecommunications
midnight as 12:01 a.m. The schedule is
Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing may
Hazardous materials are not allowed All propane tanks must be secured and advance of sailing, except where noted. watch for, and stay out of the way of, You can sign up for specific email alerts
presented as a sailing day which begins
aboard a state ferry on scheduled transported in a vehicle. Walk‑on passengers should be on board vehicles. Shoes with metal sports cleats concerning your route by going to our
the schedule information numbers above. with the first printed sailing time for that Questions about fares or accessibility?
passenger trips except those in five minutes prior to departure time. are not permitted in passenger areas. web site.
forms by calling 206-515-3460, or one of
day and progresses consecutively through Transporting a combination of gasoline Please refer to the Passenger and Vehicle
This schedule may be obtained in alternate
the last printed sailing time even though compliance with Title 49 Code of Federal Vehicles are loaded in order of arrival Fares brochure or call 206-464-6400, 511
Regulations. Prohibited items include, but containers and propane tanks is highly Animals, except service animals, are not Reservations are available for the
the last sailing may be past midnight and with a few exceptions; however, vehicles (WA) or 888‑808‑7977 (WA & BC) or visit
Information
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are not limited to, explosive or incendiary restricted. Please contact WSF Customer allowed in terminal buildings or above Anacortes/Sidney, BC International route
technically on the following day. Please Service for detailed information. that are over 7’6” tall or over 20’ long, the car decks, unless they are in a pet www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries. and for the Port Townsend/Coupeville
www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/ pay special attention to annotations next devices, chemical, biological, radiological including those with tall antennas, may
agents or devices, unlawful or illegally container; however, they are permitted You can pre-purchase your ferry ticket by (Keystone) route. You can make
Schedule Information via Internet
to a sailing time. Please turn off your vehicle in the holding be loaded out of sequence and must pay
possessed firearms, and illegal fireworks. on the exposed upper decks of vessels on going to www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries. reservations online or by calling 511.
lanes. Vehicle emissions can be harmful a surcharge. Vehicles without 12 inches
511 (WA)
Weekend or Holiday Schedules some routes. Contact terminal staff for
Gasoline may be transported in a vehicle to the environment as well as to other of clearance from the ground may not be Cash, travelers checks and major credit
loading procedures as vessel and terminal
888-808-7977 (WA & BC)
The holiday schedule is in effect on customers. Vehicle engines must be loaded during extreme tidal conditions. cards are accepted as payment.
Seattle 206-464-6400 in quantities of up to 12 gallons total configurations vary. Animals that are not
November 25, December 24 and turned off while the vessel is underway. Security requirements dictate that
in portable containers, not to exceed people-friendly should be muzzled or
Schedule Information
December 31 for Point Defiance/ Do not restart your car until directed by a A receipt will be issued for all sales.
6 gallons maximum per container. once loading has begun, the Captain’s transported in a pet carrier.
you should know:
Tahlequah, Seattle/Bainbridge Island, and crew member. If a receipt is not issued, or if there is a
Containers must be UL approved and in permission is required to disembark
discrepancy, please call 206-515-3460,
Here are some important phone numbers
Welcome Aboard! Mukilteo/Clinton. Extra service may be the vessel.

Mukilteo / Clinton –
Seattle / Bremerton Seattle / Bainbridge Island Edmonds / Kingston
Fall 2010 Route Map Crossing Time: Approximately 60 minutes Crossing Time: Approximately 35 minutes Crossing Time: Approximately 30 minutes
South Whidbey Island
Crossing Time: Approximately 20 minutes

Daily Monday through Friday Saturday and Sunday Monday through Friday Saturday and Sunday Daily
Sailing Schedule Leave Seattle Leave Seattle Leave Seattle Leave Edmonds Leave Edmonds Leave Mukilteo
Bellingham
6:00 11:10 4:20 9:05 5:30 10:40 3:45 9:00 6:10 12:20 5:30 10:40 5:35 11:10 4:45 9:50 ▲ 5:35 ● 12:05 5:25 10:45 ◆ 5:05 ■ 10:00 3:00 8:00
Effective September 26, 2010 7:35 12:35 5:30 10:30 6:10 11:25 4:40 10:05 7:55 1:10 6:20 11:15 6:20 7:10 12:40 6:15 11:45
Sidney
Orcas 12:05 5:25 10:20 5:35 ■ 10:30 3:30 8:25
through January 1, 2011 1
8:30 1:30 6:45 12:50 7:05 12:20 5:30 10:55 8:45 2:05 7:20 12:45 7:10 12:40 6:15 11:10 ▲ 7:50 1:40 7:00 1:00 ● 6:00 11:00 4:00 9:00
Shaw
17 5 10:00 3:00 7:50 7:55 1:10 6:20 12:15 9:35 3:00 8:10 2:10 7:55 1:40 7:00 11:45 8:50 2:25 7:40 6:30 ■ 11:30 4:30 9:25 ●
Victoria Friday Lopez Anacortes 8:45 2:05 7:20 1:35 10:35 3:45 9:00 8:50 2:25 7:40 12:55 ▲ 9:40 3:15 8:30 7:00 12:00 5:00 10:00
Harbor 9:35 3:00 8:10 11:25 4:40 9:45 9:40 3:15 8:30 10:30 3:55 9:20 7:30 ■ 12:30 5:30 10:20 ▼
20
10:30 3:55 9:00 11:10 4:45 10:15 8:00 1:00 6:00 11:00
CANADA
20
Mt. Vernon
Leave Bremerton
USA 8:30 1:30 6:30 12:00
Port 4:50 ▲ 9:45 3:00 7:55 Leave Bainbridge Island Leave Bainbridge Island Leave Kingston Leave Kingston
Townsend Coupeville 9:00 2:00 7:00 1:05
(Keystone) 6:20 11:10 4:15 9:00 4:45 9:40 2:55 8:10 5:20 11:30 4:35 9:45 4:55 10:25 4:00 9:10 4:55 ● 11:15 4:40 10:00 ◆
Port Angeles 101
▲ 9:30 2:30 7:35
20 525
Clinton
Everett 7:20 12:20 5:30 11:40 5:20 10:25 3:50 8:55 7:05 12:20 5:30 10:30 5:35 11:15 4:40 9:40 6:25 11:55 5:30 11:00
2
8:45 1:45 6:40 6:20 11:30 4:35 9:45 7:55 ▲ 1:10 6:30 12:00 6:25 11:55 5:30 10:30
Leave Clinton
▲ 7:05 12:55 6:10 12:25 ●
104
Mukilteo 7:05 12:20 5:30 11:35 8:45 2:05 7:10 1:25 7:05 12:55 6:10 11:00 4:40 ■ 9:30 2:30 7:30
Kingston 7:55 1:30 7:00
Hood
Canal
7:55 1:10 6:30 12:55 9:35 2:55 8:10 7:55 1:30 7:00 12:05 ▲ 5:10 ■ 10:00 3:00 8:00
Bridge
Edmonds 8:40 2:30 7:45
8:45 2:05 7:10 10:25 3:50 8:55 8:40 2:30 7:45 5:30 10:30 3:30 8:30
3 9:40 3:10 8:25
Bainbridge Island Seattle ▲ Monday through Saturday only.
9:40 3:10 8:20 6:00 ■ 11:00 4:00 8:55 ●
North 90 10:25 4:00 9:10
Bremerton
6:30 11:30 4:30 9:30
▲ Saturday only and Nov 25, Dec 24 and Dec 31. ▲ Friday only ● Saturday only
Fauntleroy
◆ Sunday only
7:00 ■ 12:00 5:00 9:50 ▼
7:30 12:30 5:30 10:30
Southworth Vashon
3
5
Note: Passengers must be on board two minutes in advance of published sailing time.
8:00 1:00 6:00 11:30
16
Tahlequah 8:30 1:30 6:30 12:30
Pt. Defiance
9:00 2:00 7:00
101 Tacoma
■ Mon thru Fri except Nov 25, Dec 24, and Dec 31.
Shelton
Subject to change without notice. ● Sat, Sun and Nov 25, Dec 24 and Dec 31.
Schedule No. 218 cancels No. 217 ▼ Saturday only.
Fauntleroy (West Seattle) / Southworth Fauntleroy (West Seattle) / Vashon Southworth / Vashon Pt. Defiance/Tahlequah Pt. Townsend/Coupeville*
Crossing Time: Approximately 40 minutes (30 minutes for direct route) Crossing Time: Approximately 20 minutes (45 minutes via Southworth) Crossing Time: Approximately 10 minutes (50 minutes via Fauntleroy) Crossing Time: Approximately 15 minutes Crossing Time: Approximately 30 minutes

Monday through Friday Saturday and Sunday Monday through Friday Saturday and Sunday Monday through Friday Saturday and Sunday Daily Daily
Leave Fauntleroy Leave Fauntleroy Leave Fauntleroy Leave Fauntleroy Leave Southworth Leave Southworth Leave Point Defiance Leave Port Townsend
4:25 ◆ 9:25 3:05 ▲ 8:55 5:20 10:10 3:00 11:40 5:20 10:40 4:00 8:55 5:20 11:45 4:00 8:00 4:30 9:20 1:10 ● 8:30 4:30 10:20 ▲ 3:10 11:05 ● 5:05 ● 10:55 5:30 6:30 2:15
5:20 10:20 3:35 ◆ 10:20 6:05 10:45 4:00 12:55 5:50 11:40 4:40 9:20 6:05 12:20 4:20 9:20 5:00 9:50 2:30 ● 9:35 ■ 6:05 10:55 3:50 12:25 ● 5:55 11:45 6:30 8:00 3:45
5:50 11:00 ◆ 4:20 ◆ 11:40 6:55 11:10 ▲ 4:40 2:10 6:10 11:55 5:00 10:20 6:55 12:50 4:40 10:20 6:05 ▲ 10:10 4:05 ● 11:05 ● 6:50 11:30 4:50 1:40 ● 6:45 12:35 ■ 7:25 9:30 5:15
7:05 11:40 5:00 12:55 7:35 11:45 6:00 ■ ◆ 6:45 12:20 5:40 11:40 7:35 1:20 5:10 ■ 11:40 6:40 11:10 5:05 12:25 ● 7:40 12:00 ▲ 5:30 7:35 1:50 8:25 11:15 6:45
7:45 ◆ 12:20 5:40 2:10 8:35 12:20 6:20 7:05 12:55 6:00 12:55 8:35 1:40 5:40 12:55 7:55 11:35 6:30 1:40 ● 8:20 12:30 6:35 ■ 8:25 2:40 9:30 12:45 8:30
8:45 ◆ 1:40 6:30 9:15 1:40 7:40 8:25 1:20 6:30 2:10 9:15 2:00 6:20 2:10 8:20 12:30 7:20 9:20 1:10 7:10 9:15 3:40 10:30
9:05 2:20 ◆ 7:35 9:45▲◆ 2:20 10:20 9:05 1:40 7:05 10:10 2:20 6:40 10:00 2:25 8:30 10:05 4:35 Leave Coupeville (Keystone)
9:25 2:45 7:35 10:45 3:00 7:20 ■ Leave Vashon 7:15 3:00
Leave Southworth Leave Southworth 10:20 3:05 8:05 11:10 ▲ 3:20 7:40 4:05 ● 9:50 3:30 9:20 Leave Vashon Leave Tahlequah 8:45 4:30
4:30 ● 9:50 2:55 ◆8:30 4:30 10:00 1:10 6:35 ■ 5:45 10:45 5:25 10:45 5:45 10:35 2:45 10:45 10:15 6:00
Leave Vashon Leave Vashon 5:30 ● 12:10 8:00
5:00 ● 10:10 3:50 ◆ 9:35 ■ 6:05 10:20 ▲ 2:25 7:10 6:15 12:05 6:05 12:05 6:30 11:10 3:25 12:05 12:00 7:30
4:05 8:15 12:50 7:40 4:50 10:40 ▲ 2:45 6:55 ■ 6:20 1:00 ■ 9:00
6:05 11:10 4:05 ◆ 11:05 ◆ 6:50 10:55 3:10 8:30 7:30 12:45 7:00 1:20 7:20 11:35 ▲ 4:25 1:20 1:30 9:15
4:50 8:40 1:50 8:30 5:35 11:15 3:30 7:10 7:10 2:15 10:00
6:40 ● 11:35 5:05 12:25 ◆ 7:40 11:30 3:50 11:05 ◆ 6:25 11:50 3:50 7:30 9:30 2:05 8:00 2:40 8:00 12:10 5:05 2:40 8:00 3:10 10:55
7:55 ● 12:30 5:50 ◆ 1:40 ◆ 8:20 12:00 ▲ 4:50 12:25 ◆ 5:20 9:00 2:20 8:50 9:00 12:50 6:45 8:50 4:05 Notes:
5:45 9:40 3:25 9:55 7:10 12:20 4:10 8:50 1) * The Keystone terminal has been renamed
8:20 ● 1:10 ◆ 6:30 9:20 12:30 5:30 1:40 ◆ 8:00 12:50 4:45 ■ 9:55 9:40 2:05 8:05 9:40 5:00
9:20 2:30 ◆ 7:20 6:20 ▲ 10:10 4:30 10:45 ● ● Via Fauntleroy. Coupeville.
6:40 10:30 5:10 12:05 ● 8:40 1:15 5:10 10:45 ● ▲ Loads foot passengers only. 10:30 6:00
■ Friday only. ● Via Fauntleroy. 2) Reservations are recommended for all
◆ Direct route – does not stop at Vashon. 7:00 11:30 5:30 1:20 ● 9:20 ▲ 1:30 5:35 ■ 12:05 ● ▲ Saturday only. 11:20 7:00 vehicles on this route, however vehicles over
◆ Direct route – does not stop at Vashon. ▲ Saturday only.
7:15 11:55 6:30 9:40 1:50 5:50 1:20 ● ■ Sunday only. 6,000 pounds gross vehicle weight must make
● Limited vehicle load. ■ Sunday only. ● Mon thru Fri except Nov 25, Dec 24 and Dec 31. a reservation. Please note: Maximum placard
▲ Loads foot passengers only. 7:55 12:25 6:55 10:20 2:30 6:10 ■ Sat, Sun and Nov 25, Dec 24 and Dec 31. vehicle gross weight allowed is 80,000 pounds.
■ Friday only.
● Via Southworth. ● Via Southworth. 3) Extreme tidal conditions may interrupt service
▲ Loads foot passengers only. ▲ Saturday only.
■ Sunday only. Note: (1) Vehicle load limits may be in effect on multiple destination sailings. (2) Loading of Vashon on this route. Please call one of the information
destined vehicles will terminate 5 minutes prior to printed sailing time on all multiple destination sailings. numbers listed on the back of this schedule,
Note: (1) Vehicle load limits may be in effect on multiple destination sailings. (2) Traffic at the terminal Note: (1) Vehicle load limits may be in effect on multiple destination sailings. (2) Traffic at the terminal (3) Traffic at the terminal may be impacted due to terminal maintenance. Please check Note: Maximum placard vehicle gross or visit the WSF Internet home page at
may be impacted due to terminal maintenance. Please check www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries or call 511. may be impacted due to terminal maintenance. Please check www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries or call 511. www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries or call 511. weight allowed is 80,000 pounds. www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries

Anacortes / San Juan Islands / Sidney, BC Notes Anacortes / San Juan Islands / Sidney, BC
Westbound – Daily Eastbound – Daily Special Travel Notes: Anacortes / Sidney, BC Route

General Notes Westbound Notes Leave


➔ Leave ➔ Leave ➔ Leave ➔ Arrive ➔ Arrive Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Arrive Travel to the San Juans: Vehicle space U.S. citizens who are also Washington
Anacortes Lopez Shaw Orcas Friday Harbor Sidney
Sidney ➔ Friday Harbor ➔ Orcas ➔ Shaw ➔ Lopez ➔ Anacortes on eastbound ferries is apportioned to residents, the Enhanced Driver’s License
Vehicles, bicycles, and kayaks not ticketed ■ Priority for Sidney, BC vehicles ticketed
and in line at least 20 minutes prior to and in line no later than 8:00 a.m. 4:25 ----- ----- ----- 5:30 ----- ----- 5:55 ▼ ----- ----- 6:40 7:20 each island, so ferries making additional (EDL) will meet the requirements for
6:25 h 6:50 h
printed departure time may not be loaded. ▲ Unloads westbound traffic on eastbound island stops may depart with empty proof of citizenship to re-enter the U.S.
Vessel loading will stop 2 minutes prior to
5:35 ----- 7:05 ▲ ----- ----- ----- 6:10 7:35 ▲ 7:15 ▲ -----
sailing.
6:20 7:10 ----- ----- 7:40 ----- ----- ----- 6:50 7:05 7:30 8:10 space. Vehicles in line may not be from Canada by land or sea.
departure time. All regularly assigned vessels ● Loads westbound traffic on eastbound loaded due to the space allocated for
are elevator equipped. ----- 6:55 7:15 7:35 8:15 ----- ----- 8:05 ----- ----- ----- 9:10 U.S. and Canadian citizens who are 15
8:30 h
sailing. the desired destination. Peak travel times
▼ No interisland vehicles loaded. 7:40 ----- 9:10 ▲ ----- ----- ----- ----- 8:55 ▼ 9:10 ▼ 9:35 10:15 years old or younger will still be allowed
9:50 h
Purple Shade: International sailing from Anacortes are Thursday and Friday
8:30 ■ ----- ----- ----- 9:50 Dep 11:05 ----- 8:30 9:15 9:30 ----- to travel with just a copy of their birth
Blue Shade: Interisland traffic only afternoons and Saturday mornings. Peak
Eastbound Notes 9:30 ----- ----- ----- 10:35 ----- ----- 11:05 ▼ ----- ----- 11:45 ✶ 12:25 certificate, as will teens between the
No vehicles loaded travel times from the islands are Sunday
Ex Su Sails daily except Sunday. ▲ Unloads eastbound traffic on westbound ----- 9:55 10:15 10:35 11:15 ----- ----- ----- 12:10 ▼ 12:25 ----- 1:15 ages of 16-18 if they are part of an adult
all day and Monday mornings.
Fri Sails Friday only. sailing. 10:35 11:25 12:25 ▲ 11:40 h ----- ----- ----- 11:35 12:25 12:40 1:00 h ----- supervised school, religious, cultural or
Sat Sails Saturday only. ■ All passengers and their belongings International Reservations: Vehicle athletic group. If both birth parents are
----- 1:05 12:40 ● 12:25 ● 2:00 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 1:40 2:20
1:25 h
Sun Sails Sunday only. boarding in Friday Harbor are subject to U.S. reservations are recommended for travel not traveling with children, you must
12:45 ----- ----- ----- ----- 12:00 1:55 ■ ----- ----- ----- 3:00
2:45 h
Dep Time is Departure time.

Customs and Border Protection inspection. to or from Sidney, BC. Reservations have written authorization from the
Time is Arrival time. 1:55 Sun ----- ----- Sun ----- ----- ----- 2:15 Sun ----- ----- 3:05 Sun 3:55 Sun
3:45 Ex Su h
● Loads eastbound traffic on westbound must be made at least 24 hours in parent(s) along with a telephone number
sailing. 2:45 ----- ----- ----- 3:50 ----- ----- 2:20 Ex Su 3:10 Ex Su 3:25 Ex Su ----- advance by calling 206‑464-6400 or where they can be reached to verify the
▼ No interisland vehicles loaded. ----- 3:50 Ex Su 4:10 Ex Su 4:30 Ex Su 5:10 Ex Su ----- ----- ----- 3:15 Sun ----- ----- 4:05 Sun 888-808-7977 (WA & BC) or online at authorization or proof of custody. Failure
✶ Loads foot passengers only. No vehicles 3:35 ----- 4:30 4:40 h ----- ---- ----- 4:15 ----- ----- 5:00 5:40 www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries. to provide such evidence may make you
loaded on this sailing. 4:30 5:20 ▼ ----- ----- 5:50 ----- ----- ----- 5:10 4:30 ● ----- 6:00 inadmissible to Canada.
7:20 h
◆ The vessel will load, move briefly to the International Travel: Since June 1, 2009,
6:00 6:55 ----- ----- 7:25 ----- ----- 5:45 ◆ 6:45 7:00 -----
7:30 h
tie-up slip for a crew change, then sail to U.S. and Canadian citizens 16 years and Vehicles and baggage are subject to
6:25 ----- 7:20 ----- ----- ----- 6:30 ----- ----- 7:15 7:55 older who enter the U.S. at land and sea inspection. Articles you bring into either
Orcas.
----- 7:30 7:50 8:05 8:45 ----- ----- ----- 7:45 7:20 ● ----- 8:35 ports of entry are required to present a country are subject to being taxed.
8:25 9:15 ----- ----- 9:45 ----- ----- 7:50 ----- ----- 8:30 9:10 valid Passport. For U.S. and Canadian
8:55 ----- 9:45 9:55 h ----- ----- ----- 8:50 Fri ----- ----- ----- 10:10 Fri citizens only, passport cards and
Contacts: U.S. Customs and Border
Protection: 360-293-2331; Canadian
10:30 Fri 11:25 Fri ----- 11:55 Fri 12:35 Sat ----- ----- ----- 10:05 9:45 ● ----- 10:55 trusted traveler program cards–NEXUS,
Customs: 604-535-9754; Canadian
----- 10:05 ----- ----- ----- 11:10 SENTRI and FAST–will continue to be
Immigration: 604‑535-5450.
accepted for cross-border travel. Or, for