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Fuse lit for July 4th weekend ferry travel
Extra sailings added to handle 2016’s anticipated busiest weekend

June 30, 2016




A 64-vehicle Washington State ferry the MV Chetzemoka, named after the late Klallam indian Chief Chetzemoka. CLICK TO ENLARGE

(SEATTLE, WA)  – Washington State Ferries (WSF) will add sailings to accommodate the 437,000 ferry passengers projected to travel during this long July 4th holiday weekend.
  
“From the chance to see whales and sea life to the most spectacular scenery in the world, there are hundreds of reasons to ride a state ferry this summer,” said WSF Assistant Secretary Lynne Griffith. “We also have tips on how to minimize your wait time during what we expect will be the busiest ferry-travel weekend of the entire year.”
   
Ferry ridership climbed by 3 percent in the past 12 months according to state officials, and that trend is expected to continue as summer travel ramps up. Nearly 90,000 people per day are expected to travel between Thursday, June 30, and Monday, July 4. To meet demand, some routes will operate on special holiday schedules, and extra sailings will be added in the San Juan Islands, between Mukilteo and Clinton, and from Vashon to Fauntleroy.

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Peak travel times on most routes are expected to occur westbound Thursday, June 30, and Friday, July 1; and eastbound Monday, July 4, as people return from their Independence Day getaways.






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