TRAVEL ADVISORY | Smaller ferry to be placed on Bainbridge-Seattle route Tuesday

The ferry M/V Tacoma will be replaced on the Bainbridge Island-Seattle ferry route on Tuesday, Dec. 3 so the vessel can undergo its annual inspection by the Coast Guard.

Washington State Ferries said the M/V Sealth, a ferry with a 90-car capacity, will temporarily replace the Tacoma, which can carry 202 vehicles.

The Sealth will start service with the 9:40 a.m. departure from Bainbridge Island.

WSF also noted the galley on the Sealth will not be open while the ferry is operating on the Bainbridge route.

The Tacoma will return to the Bainbridge route starting with the 2:55 p.m. departure from Bainbridge on Tuesday.

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