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Two members of the crew of the ferry M/V Puyallup pull mooring lines off the vessel and onto the dock at the Bainbridge Island Terminal as the boat readies for an early afternoon sailing Friday.

A new schedule for the Bainbridge Island-Seattle and Seattle-Bremerton routes starts this Sunday, Jan. 7.

Some sailings will shift 5 to 15 minutes earlier or later, according to Washington State Ferries, especially during the p.m. commute.

Bainbridge riders should check the online schedule for new times, as the printed schedule contains incorrect sailing information for weekend mornings.

The schedule changes are needed due to construction at Colman Dock, which will continue through 2023.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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