Get to know your ferries All are welcome on Washington State Ferries. Here are some helpful tips on how to navigate the ferries. First-time rider’s guide. Riders with disabilities. Route map (PDF 501KB) Contact Ferries
Find Washington State Ferries schedule information by route using the links below. Anacortes / San Juan Islands. Edmonds / Kingston. Mukilteo / Clinton. Port Townsend / Coupeville. Pt Defiance / Tahlequah. Seattle / Bainbridge Island. Seattle / Bremerton Alternate Service.
Washington State Ferries (WSF) is a government agency that operates automobile and passenger ferry service in the U.S. state of Washington as part of the Washington State Department of Transportation. It runs ten routes serving 20 terminals located around Puget Sound and in the San Juan Islands, designated as part of the state highway system.
A reservation is a way for a vehicle to save a spot on a few ferry routes. These routes include: Port Townsend/Coupeville. Anacortes/San Juan Islands (Friday Harbor, Orcas Island, Shaw Island, Lopez Island). A vehicle reservation is not a ticket.
Choose an arriving terminal. * Schedule info is available from today's date (11/28/2023) through the end of the most recently posted sailing season (3/23/2024) .
Look up the cost of your ticket. Fares vary by route depending on: Geographical location. Sailing time. Age of customer. Disability status. Size of vehicle. Fares are collected either for round trip or one-way travel, depending on the departure terminal and if you are bringing a vehicle on board. Learn more about fares on our Ticket Information ...
Travel Alert Bulletins. Washington State Ferries offers a free travel alert subscription service via email or text message. Travel Alerts help you stay informed of conditions on your route so you can plan ahead.