Washington State Ferries Warns of Longer Waits this Fourth of July

Posted July 2, 2021 at 4:30 am by

WSF M/V Chelan — SJ Update file photo

From Wash­ing­ton State Ferries

Cus­tomers should be pre­pared if their trav­els this hol­i­day week­end include rid­ing aboard a ferry.

Some routes will be sail­ing on their hol­i­day sail­ing sched­ules. Cus­tomers can note spe­cif­ic hol­i­day sail­ings as they are marked on the timeta­bles for each route.

How­ev­er, all cus­tomers should be pre­pared for longer waits at the ter­mi­nal no mat­ter the route due to increased traf­fic for the Fourth of July holiday.

Pas­sen­gers should con­sid­er giv­ing them­selves extra trav­el time to get to the ter­mi­nal and through the tollbooth.

Please also remem­ber that all ille­gal fire­works are not allowed on any fer­ry. This includes mis­sile-type rock­ets, bot­tle rock­ets, M‑80s, fire­crack­ers, ten­nis ball bombs and any home­made or altered fireworks.

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