Bremerton to Seattle ferry route running on reduced capacity

Unplanned vessel maintenance to an M/V Tacoma propeller forced a series of boat moves

Washington State Ferries announced Monday that there will be reduced vehicle capacity on the Bremerton to Seattle route starting Monday, Aug. 26.

The 90-vehicle capacity M/V Sealth will replace the 188-vehicle capacity M/V Walla Walla on the route. Unplanned vessel maintenance to one of the M/V Tacoma’s propellers forced a series of boat moves to maintain as much service as possible, according to WSF. The change will remain in place through at least Friday, August 30.

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