Alaska Marine has introduced a recent policy change which now sees travellers being assessed a % charge rather than a flat fee charge for any changes and amendments.
Alaska Marine is going through a number of policy changes and price increases in an effort to try to stem some of the heavy losses experienced as a result of holding fare prices at the same level for the last number of years.
Seattle Viaduct Detour May Affect Ferry travellers
Beginning Friday, April 29, the SR 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct will be closed for approximately two weeks as a precautionary measure while Bertha, the SR 99 tunneling machine, travels beneath the structure.
The viaduct will be closed between the south end of the Battery Street Tunnel and the West Seattle Bridge.
For the most up-to-date information, please visit 99closure.org
If catching a Clipper ferry to Victoria or a Washington State ferry from Alaskan way, please plan for additional travel time.
Happy Easter !
Gift Cards for Seattle-Victoria ferry travel - with or without a hotel package, are always a great treat.
Available for Easter, or year-round.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-686-0446 for details
Spirit Class ferries to be upgraded by 2019
With an expected completion date of 2019, two BC Ferries Spirit vessels are scheduled to receive refreshed interiors, updated safety systems and conversion to duel fuel which will enable operation on LNG and diesel
If travelling between Seattle & Victoria & staying one or more nights in a hotel be sure to check the ferry/hotel packages.
SAVINGS are GUARANTEED & the choice of downtown Victoria hotels extends from the most expensive to the more modest.
Use the dollars you save on a ferry/hotel package to visit Butchart Gardens, to enjoy High Tea at the famous Empress ( shown above and included in a package) or perhaps to stay an extra night in BCs capital city.
Email email@example.com or call 1-800-686-0446 for details
There will be no increase in the cost of BC ferry travel this spring.
BC Ferries has just announced that the scheduled April 1
tariff increases will be offset by the lower cost of fuel - great news for ferry travellers.