FERRY ALERT UPDATE: Triangle Route will have 2-boat service restored tonight

5;26 PM: After being out of service all day with engine issues, leaving the Fauntleroy-Vashon-Southworth run with one boat, M/V Issaquah is out on sea trials right now. Washington State Ferries says that if it passes, it’ll be returned to service on the Triangle Route. If not, M/V Sealth will be moved to the run sometime tonight; it’s currently at Eagle Harbor, the WSF maintenance facility on Bainbridge Island. We’ll update when there’s a decision.

7:15 PM: WSF’s David Sowers just announced in the Community Advisory Group that Issaquah is returning to service.

2 Replies to "FERRY ALERT UPDATE: Triangle Route will have 2-boat service restored tonight"

  • Jim September 22, 2022 (9:48 am)

    I was excited for a moment because I thought we were going back up to three boats. Wsf really needs to get it together this route was not designed to run with so few boats

    • Al King September 22, 2022 (11:11 am)

      Jim. WSF would LOVE to have more boats and employees. You just need to lobby Olympia to raise revenue/allocate funds from some other program to pay for them. As far as employees you can always lobby the government to force people to go to work for WSF.

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