Washington State Ferries Warns of Longer Waits this Fourth of July
Posted July 2, 2021 at 4:30 am by Hayley Day
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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