Sealth to Replace Yakima
Posted March 28, 2019 at 3:11 pm by Tim Dustrude
Beginning Friday, March 29, there will be reduced vehicle capacity on the Anacortes/San Juan Islands route when the 90-car Sealth begins service as vessel #2, replacing the 144-car Yakima.
Effective today, the Yakima replaces the 144-car Hyak, moving from position #2 position #3, beginning with the Anacortes 2:10 pm to Friday Harbor. The Sealth carries about 50 fewer vehicles than the Yakima.
Drivers are encouraged to plan ahead and consider giving themselves extra time. For continued up-to-date information, customers can follow WSF’s Twitter account at https://twitter.com/wsferries. Passengers can also get real-time departure and arrival information using Vessel Watch:
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Categories: Ferries, Transportation
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