As Labor Day weekend approaches, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is warning of extended wait times and possible disrupted sailings from crew shortages. These possible disruptions stem from increasing COVID-19 cases among Washington State Ferry crew resulting in ample numbers of crew needing... Read More.
Just in time for Memorial Day Weekend, the new Mukilteo ferry terminal has crossed the finish line. The $187.3 million dollar project to upgrade and relocate the old ferry terminal has just completed the paving and... Read More.
The new Mukilteo Ferry Terminal will open at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December, 29, 2020. However, before the terminal can open, service on the Mukilteo/Clinton route will be suspended from 1 a.m. on Dec. 29 until 5:35 p.m. for Clinton departures and until 6:10... Read More.
Want some good news as this tough year comes to an end? The new Mukilteo ferry terminal is set to open on December 29th with the first scheduled ferry departing at 610 PM. The Mukilteo-Clinton ferry run is the second busiest in the ferry system.... Read More.
The current vessel being replaced has been in service since 1979 and is due to be replaced. The Board of Skagit County Commissioners has determined that the M/V Guemes has reached the end of its useful and economic life and needs to be replaced. ... Read More.