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WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION: BREMERTON FERRY SCHEDULE CHANGES DUE TO SEALTH

 SEATTLE, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Washington State Ferries reported today that the 100-car ferry, M/V Sealth, which suffered major engine damage yesterday while on the Seattle/Bremerton route, will be out of service for approximately 10 days for repairs. The 100-car ferry, M/V Chelan, came down from the San Juan Islands route to temporarily replace the Sealth.
 On Friday, July 23, after the morning commute, the Chelan will return to the San Juan Islands route for the weekend, returning to the Seattle/Bremerton route for Monday's commute.
 Two passenger-only vessels will run from Seattle to Bremerton Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday, as well as the 130-car ferry, M/V Kitsap. Bremerton customers also have several other options:
 -- Utilize the Seattle/Bainbridge Island, Edmonds/Kingston or Fauntleroy/Southworth routes.
 -- Utilize the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
 -0- 7/20/93
 /CONTACT: Susan Harris-Huether, public information officer, of Washington State Ferries, 206-464-7265/


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