Bainbridge Island down to one boat on ferry route

  • Tuesday, May 22, 2018 1:56pm
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The ferry M/V Tacoma has been pulled from service until further notice due to an equipment failure, Washington State Ferries announced just after 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.

WSF said the vessel is being taken to the Eagle Harbor maintenance facility for emergency repairs.

The Tacoma is currently operating as the No. 2 vessel on the route.

One-boat service will be in effect with the No. 1 vessel, the M/V Wenatchee, until further notice, according to WSF.

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