Set Sail across the puget sound

Summary: Sailing on the Washington State Ferries is a bucket list experience. The views aboard the ferries are incredible. The Downtown Seattle Skyline glimmers in the sunshine, Mt. Rainier towers in the horizon, and the snow-capped Olympic Mountains cast a beautiful silhouette during a sunset. Whether you want to watch the waves splash from a window seat, enjoy some clam chowder and snacks in the concession area, or feel the marine breeze on the sun deck, the ferry is an amazing break in the action on your drive to the Peninsula.

  • Ideal for travelers coming from:
    • Downtown Seattle
    • Bellevue (I-90, 520)
  • 35 minute ferry crossing
  • 1 hour 30 minute drive to Port Angeles after ferry

Edmonds-kingston ferry

  • Ideal for travelers coming from:
    • North of Seattle
  • 30 minute ferry crossing
  • 1 hour 15 minute drive to Port Angeles after ferry

Coupeville - POrt townsend ferry

  • Ideal for travelers coming from:
    • Bellingham area
    • Whidbey Island
  • 1 hour drive to Port Angeles after Ferry

Current Vehicle Spaces Remaining - search by terminal:

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Note: The ferries will frequently have backups during peak travel times (Friday - Sunday), especially during the summer. Using the links above, please check for alerts for ferry backups from the terminal you're traveling from and plan accordingly.