A temporary sailing schedule for the Bainbridge Island-Seattle ferry route will be launched in January due to construction at Colman Dock in Seattle.
Washington State Ferries announced Thursday that all trips between the Seattle terminal and Bainbridge, and Bremerton and Seattle, will follow a temporary sailing schedule.
The change starts Saturday, Jan. 4 and continues through Jan. 20.
During the temporary sailing schedule, all Bainbridge Island and Bremerton sailings will operate out of a single slip, and some crossings may take longer to prevent more than one ferry from arriving or departing the slip at the same time, WSF officials said.
Most departure times will shift between five and 30 minutes, but sailings later in the evening may shift as much as one hour.
WSF said it is working with Kitsap Transit to maintain as many bus connections as possible that work with the temporary sailing schedule for ferry customers.
Find out more about the temporary sailing schedule and ways to plan ahead here.