Bremerton fast ferry behind schedule due to extensive orca activity

Bremerton fast ferry behind schedule due to extensive orca activity

Kitsap Transit officials said to expect delayed sailings throughout the afternoon

The Bremerton to Seattle fast ferry that departed Bremerton at 2:05 p.m. is running more than 10 minutes behind schedule due to extensive orca activity in Puget Sound, according to a Kitsap Transit statement.

Kitsap Transit officials said to expect delayed sailings throughout the afternoon.

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