Washington State Ferry Schedule

by WhidbeyLocal 30th April 2021


Washington State operates the ferry service as part of the Washington State Department of Transportation.  It has ten routes servicing twenty terminals and serves roughly 24 million passengers in 2016.  There are currently 22 ferries on the Puget Sound.  The largest of the ferries carries 2500 passengers and over 200 vehicles.


Rates on the ferry fluctuate during the summer months as the tourist traffic increases and the rates go up accordingly. Reservations are for vehicles only (walk-on passengers and bicyclists board without reservations)


No reservation? In addition to the 10% of stand-by space on each sailing, more standby space is always available on sailings when drivers don't use their reservations or if they travel at a different time. While you may not always get on the sailing of your choice, traveling standby is an option when you need to travel at the last minute or can't make a reservation.


Please note: Your fare is collected on the day of travel and is not included in the reservation.


View the Clinton - Mukilteo Ferry Schedule Here


View the Coupeville -Port Townsend Ferry Schedule Here


You can find Rate information HERE.


Too check the ferry lines, view the Ferry cams page here


View the map of the Ferry Schedule


Trips to Whidbey Island can get very busy in the summer time.  You will take the Mukilteo ferry over to Clinton with schedules almost every half an hour, but be prepared to come early and get in the ferry lines, they tend to have a 90 minute wait.  The Coupeville ferry from Port Townsend to Whidbey Island in Coupeville requires reservations, and they fill up quickly, so plan accordingly.

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
30th April 2021 12:00 am.
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