Ferry delays and shortages system wide after engine fire, steering failure

A Washington State ferry heads away from the city on April 6, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Karen Ducey/Getty Images)

After a steering system failure on the M/V Salish on Sunday, the Seattle-Bremerton ferry route will be down to just one-boat service starting June 1.

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The boat is anticipated to return later this week, once those repairs are completed. In the meantime, Washington State Ferries warns passengers to plan ahead and give themselves extra travel time as there “will likely be delays during peak travel times.”

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