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   Alaska Ferries

Alaska ferries serve the ports of Akutan, Bellingham, Chenega Bay, Chignik, Cold Bay, Cordova, Dutch Harbor, False Pass, HainesHomer, Hoona, Juneau, Kake, Ketchikan, King Cove, KodiakPetersburg, Metlakatla, Port Lions, Prince Rupert, Sand Point, Seldovia, SitkaSkagway, Tenakee, Whittier , Wrangell, Yakutat

- There is no ferry service between Alaska & Seattle Washington

- There is no ferry service between Alaska & Vancouver British Columbia. 

- Vehicle costs for Alaska, Washington and BC Ferries are based on the bumper to bumper length

- Reservations are required on all Alaska ferries  

 - Bellingham is the only terminal in Washington for Alaska ferries

-  At all boarder crossings passports are required for everyone over 18yrs 

- Passengers can not stay on vehicle decks while ferries are underway

- Cabins are not a requirement for passengers travelling overnight: free recliner chairs are available in the lounges

- there are public showers on board Alaska ferries

Seattle Ferries
  Seattle is home to 2 separate ferry services: the State operated Washington State Ferries comprises a part of the city transit system & a   private International ferry service which travels between Seattle & Victoria.

                                 The State operated ferries are traditional vehicle /passenger vessels that load on a first come basis. WA State ferry schedules can be seen   by clicking the blue link.

The international ferry travelling Seattle - Victoria is a high-speed catamaran which can carry 400 passengers and it makes the crossing in 2hrs 45 minutes. 
There is no ferry service for vehicles between Seattle & Victoria.
There is no ferry service for vehicles between Seattle & Victoria OR Seattle & Vancouver


- At all boarder crossings, passports are required for everyone over 18yrs. 
- DUIs are considered a felony in Canada and entrance may be refused.

- There is no vehicle ferry Seattle to Victoria

-  The FAQ button will help answer most questions about Alaska ferry travel

Alaska ferries serve Akutan, Bellingham, Chenega Bay, Chignik, Cold Bay, Cordova, Dutch Harbor, False Pass, Haines, Homer, Hoona, Juneau, Kake, Ketchikan, King Cove, Kodiak, Seward,  Petersburg, Metlakatla, Port Lions, Prince Rupert, Sand Point, Seldovia, Sitka, Skagway, Tenakee, Whittier , Wrangell, Yakutat 

BC ferries
serve:
- the northern routes of Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Port Hardy, Prince Rupert, Shearwater, Ocean Falls, Klemtu, Skidegate
- the Southern Gulf Islands including Galiano, Mayne, Pender, SaltSpring, Saturna,
-the Northern Gulf Islands of  Campbell River, Quadra Island, Comox, Powell River, Texada
-the Sunshine Coast including Bowen Island, Langdale, Mill Bay, Nanaimo, Quadra Island, Queen Charlottes,
-the mainland route of Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, Powel River, Comox 
-the Saanich Inlet routes including Brentwood Bay, Mill Bay

Washington ferries
serve
Bellingham Washington, Seattle, Victoria BC, Friday Harbor, Port Angeles

Washington State Ferries
serve Anacortes,  BainbridgeBremerton, Clinton, Edmonds, Keystone, Kingston, Fauntleroy, Friday Harbor, Lopez, Mukilteo, Orcas, Point Defiance,  Port Townsend, San Juan Islands, Seattle, Shaw, Vashon, Whidbey Island

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