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June 20, 2012 at 5:22 PM

Bremerton-Seattle foot-passenger ferry starts service on Monday

The Associated Press

BREMERTON — A new foot-passenger ferry starts service Monday between Bremerton and Seattle.

Kitsap Transit will run four sailings a day with the 117-passenger catamaran. The trip across Puget Sound will take about 35 minutes — twice as fast as a state car ferry. Tickets will cost $7.

The Kitsap Sun reports  Kitsap Transit is using the hydrofoil this summer to test wake damage on shorelines.

 

 

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