Rated in Top Historic Places
Port Townsend is a popular destination worth the challenge of discovery on Washingtonâ€™s Olympic Peninsula. Rated one of the Top Historic Places in the world in a 2008 National Geographic survey, the picturesque seaport charms visitors with its Victorian homes and historic Water Street.
At the northeast tip of the Olympic Peninsula the city is an important point of entry and departure for local residents and visitors.
Public and private ferries shuttle passengers and cars across Admiralty Inlet to Whidbey Island. This page on PTFerry.com displays up-to-date schedules to navigate the intricacies of the changing ferry boats.
Port Townsend - Coupeville
Car and Passenger Ferry
Mar 20 thru May 5, 2016
5:15 pm FSS
Small Vehicle Auto/Driver $8.70
Standard Vehicle Auto/Driver $11.05
Passenger Fare $3.25
Senior / Disabled $1.60
Extreme tides may interrupt service
BOLD type = PM
Schedule on WSF
RESERVATIONS ON FERRY
Call customer service at 1-888-808-7977 (WA & BC toll free), 206-464-6400 or 511 (WA) between 7 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. daily.
Make a Reservation online.
There is no fee for making a reservation.
Customers are strongly encouraged to make a reservation. Customers without reservations will travel on a space-available basis (standby). WSF will not be able to verify a space for your vehicle on a particular sailing until just prior to loading. A reservation confirms a space on the sailing of your choice.
Customers with reservations may arrive at the terminal no earlier than 90 minutes before departure time. WSF recommends reservation holders arrive 30 minutes prior to departure to ensure timely processing and boarding. Customers arriving late may forfeit their reservation.
To travel roundtrip, you will need to make a separate reservation for your Port Townsend departure and your Keystone departure. Limit one Port Townsend departure reservation and one Keystone departure reservation per day, per customer.
Reservations are for vehicles and motorcycles only. Motorcycles must make a reservation to ensure priority boarding on this route.
Port Hadlock and Port Ludlow are a few minutes south of Port Townsend along Oak Bay Road on the way to the Hood Canal Bridge. Port Hadlock is the gateway to Marrowstone Island and Fort Flagler.
Further south on Highway 101 are the Emerald Towns of Quilcene and Brinnon, both on the shores of Hood Canal. Highway 101 continues south to connect to Kitsap Cities and Olympia on Interstate Highway 5.