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Kingston

Kingston is the port of entry for Washington State Ferries in north Kitsap Peninsula, with regular service across Puget Sound, to and from Edmonds.

Gateway to the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas, Kingston is an important point of entry and departure for local residents and visitors. Kingston is located just 9 miles from the Hood Canal Bridge on Highway 104. It has maintained the charm of a small town yet offers both residents and tourists the amenities of many restaurants, gift shops, realtors, a driving range, florists and much more.

The Point Casino, north of Kingston on Hansville Road, is the prime entertainment destination in the north Kitsap area. Gaming tables and its popular Keeper's Cove Restaurant draw crowds from around the region.



Edmonds - Kingston
Washington State Ferry
DMar 20 thru June 11, 2016
SPRING SCHEDULE
Leave
Edmonds


No Sun 5:35
No Sun 6:20
7:10
7:55
8:50
9:40
10:30
11:10
12:05
12:40
1:40
2:25
3:15
3:55
4:45
5:25
6:15
7:00
7:40
8:30
9:00
F+S+S+H 9:50
10:25
Fr+Su11:10
11:45
Fri+Sat 12:55
Leave
Kingston


No Sun 4:55
No Sun 5:35
6:25
7:05
7:55
8:40
9:40
10:25
11:15
11:55
12:50
1:30
2:30
3:10
4:00
4:40
5:30
6:10
7:00
7:45
8:20
F+S+S+H 9:10
9:40
Fr+Su10:30
11:05
Fri+Sat12:05

Auto Fares are collected in Edmonds AND Kingston.
Passenger Fares are NOT collected at Kingston
Small Vehicle and Driver $11.25
Standard Vehicle and Driver $14.250
Passenger $8.10
Youth $4.05
Senior/Disabled $4.05
Schedule on WSF
Info 1-800-84-FERRY
Fares PDF


Monday through Saturday only.
Monday through Friday only.
Friday night only.
Sunday only.
Friday night/Saturday morning and Saturday night/Sunday morning only.


Bold=pm

Edmonds, 20 minutes north of Seattle, embraces the Washington State Ferries terminal on the waterfront, where three beaches are designated marine life sanctuaries. Brackett's Landing Park just north of the ferry terminal is a living marine lab with tidal pools sometimes visited by sea lions who can be heard barking from the nearby jetty. Watch divers who journey from all parts of the northwest to explore Edmonds Underwater Park.

Bremerton

Bremerton is the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula. It depends upon the daily ferry service of Washington State Ferries.

Bremerton is the home of the Kitsap County Fairgrounds, which hosts an annual fair and rodeo, as well as other important community events. The commercial center of Silverdale is north of Bremerton, where shopping centers and fast food restaurants line the streets. A small historical area hugs Dyes Inlet around the museum and park. Keyport north of Silverdale is a small navy base with a museum.

Bremerton - Seattle
Washington State Ferry
Mar 20 thru June 11, 2016
SPRING SCHEDULE
___Leave
Seattle



6:00
7:35
8:30
10:00
11:10
12:35
1:30
3:00
4:20
5:30
6:45
7:50
9:05
10:30

12:50
Leave
Bremerton


4:50
6:20
7:20
8:45
9:45
11:10
12:20
1:45
3:00
4:15
5:30
6:40
7:55
9:00
11:40

Auto Fares collected at Seattle.
SSmall Vehicle and Driver $11.25
Standard Vehicle and Driver $14.250
Passenger $8.10
Youth $4.05
Senior/Disabled $4.05
Schedule on WSF
Info 1-800-84-FERRY
Fares PDF
Mon through Sat only.
Bold=pm






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