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WSDOT Christens New Ferry Chimacum

The Washington State Department of Olympic Class ferries that replace the the Mukilteo/Clinton route in June 2014. June 2015. Suquamish, the fourth ves-

Transportation (WSDOT) christened Evergreen State Class vessels. The ? rst The second, Samish, started service on sel in the class, is under construction at

Chimacum, the third Olympic Class ves- Olympic Class vessel, Tokitae, joined the Anacortes/San Juan Islands route in Vigor and will enter service in 2019.

sel to join the Washington State Ferries (WSF) ? eet. The ceremony took place at

Innovation | Safety | Performance

Vigor’s Harbor Island Shipyard in Seat- tle, and marked the vessel’s ? nal stage of construction and its preparation for sea

STATUTORY COMPLIANCE FOR TANKERS trials. In a traditional maritime ceremo- ny, Washington State Ferries Assistant

Secretary Lynne Grif? th broke a bottle of champagne to of? cially welcome the

STOCK (Purchase and Rental): new ferry to the ? eet. Gov. Jay Inslee, s

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