The elevator on the MV Spokane is out of service. There is an ADA restroom available on the car deck level. The passenger cabin can be accessed via the stairway. Updates will occur when more information is available.
For the week of Monday, March 4, the Anacortes holding lane restrooms will be out of service for maintenance. There will be portable restrooms on site for use. We anticipate the restrooms will be back on open for the weekend of March 9-10. Updates will be provided as conditions change.
The 202-vehicle Tacoma, currently assigned to the Bainbridge/Seattle route, has been removed from service for approximately one week to complete its annual U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) inspection. It has been replaced by the 144-vehicle Chimacum, joining its sister ship the 144-vehicle Suquamish, on the route. We expect the Tacoma to return to service early in the week of March 11th, restoring additional vehicle capacity. Customers may experience loading delays are advised to arrive early for their sailing. Updates will occur when more information is available.
Most Youth ORCA cards need to be registered to ensure free fares until the cardholder turns 19 years old. WSF was recently notified that hundreds of unregistered youth ORCA cards were in danger of being blocked on January 31, 2024. While we’ve worked with ORCA to extend the deadline, please visit https://info.myorca.com/youth-ride-free/ to ensure your Youth ORCA card is registered and avoid the card being blocked on March 15, 2024.