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Friday Harbor High School senior Savannah Hoffman celebrates after her last home game with the traditional slide.   Links to photos and articles about this season are POSTED HERE Matt Pranger photo

Dave Champlin celebrates with his granddaughter Lexi after he wins Island Rec's Annual Hill of Thrills derby Sunday, April 20 on Grover Street in Friday Harbor.Matt Pranger photo

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Ferries sets sail on new summer service plan Plan outlines how…

Ferries sets sail on new summer service plan  Plan outlines how fleet would navigate possible service disruptions

SEATTLE – What happens when a ferry goes out of service and there are no relief vessels available to take its place? How Washington State Ferries would handle this scenario and various other service disruptions are...

Sailing added on Thursdays from Anacortes to Orcas

Washington State Ferries is adding a 1:55 p.m. sailing    from Anacortes to Orcas Island on Thursdays for the remainder of the spring schedule. The 1:55 p.m. sailing was previously only available Fridays and Sundays for the first six...

Yakima will limp along until it can be dry docked

The M/V Yakima has been unable to keep its schedule since sustaining propeller damage on April 22, despite Washington State Ferries' efforts to repair the propeller blade. Because there is currently no standby vessel available to...

Ferry reservations skyrocket

Ferry reservations skyrocket

More than 21,000 reservations were made in the first three hours after vehicle reservations for Washington State Ferries 2018 summer schedule were opened on Tuesday, April 24. This compares to 12,800 in 2017 and 10,900 in...

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