BREMERTON, Wash. — The Bremerton-Seattle state ferry crossing might be right down to one-boat service “till additional discover” due to a propulsion situation discovered on the ferry Cathlamet.
Washington State Ferries estimates it would take not less than a month for repairs to be accomplished on the Cathlamet.
The Cathlamet ferry was crusing on the state’s “Triangle” Southworth-Vashon Island-Fauntleroy route. That route has been working on diminished service in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
The problem on the Cathlamet took the route down to 1 vessel Thursday morning. The company diverted the Sealth, which was sure for Bremerton, to the Triangle, leaving the Bremerton with solely the ferry Kitsap.