One of the most scenic ways to travel to the Kitsap Peninsula is aboard the world famous WA State Ferries. Four routes serve the Kitsap Peninsula: Edmonds-Kingston, Seattle-Bainbridge Island, Seattle-Bremerton and West Seattle-Vashon–Southworth. See below for more details. For schedules and other information click here.
Kitsap Transit Passenger Fast Ferry Service offers travelers 30-minute service between downtown Seattle and Bremerton and 40-minute crossing between Seattle to Kingston. You can find details about schedules and purchasing tickets at Kitsap Fast Ferries. You can also enjoy a ride aboard one of our local foot ferries for a scenic 10-minute ride between the Bremerton and Port Orchard. $2 cash-only each way. Cyclists welcome. For schedule and other info click here. For information about other public transit services and schedules, visit kitsaptransit.org.
With the launch of the new Kingston fast ferry to Seattle, Kitsap Transit now has two convenient locations on the Kitsap Peninsula to provide passenger ferry service to Seattle and back: Kingston-Seattle and Bremerton-Seattle. The weekday schedule serves commuters, residents, and visitors with early morning and late afternoon runs. See schedule details below.
A tourist favorite! There are four Washington State Ferries terminals that transport travelers to and from the Kitsap Peninsula: Kingston, Bainbridge Island, Bremerton and Southworth. Click on the map above for a printable pdf of WA State Ferry routes. For a complete list of schedules, rates and ferry cameras, visit the Washington State Ferries website. Click on the map below for Google map.