SALISH

  • General
    • Vessel Name : SALISH
    • Operator : WASHINGTON STATE FERRIES
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Other Carriers (Specialized)
    • Vessel Type : Ferry
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 6000
  • Location
    • City : SEATTLE
    • STATE : WA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 1887
    • Full Load Capacity : 64 Short ton
    • Passenger Capacity : 750
  • Size
    • Register length : 257.4 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 64 Feet
    • Overall Length : 273.7 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 66 Feet
    • Load draft : 11 Feet
    • Light Draft : 9.2 Feet
    • Height : 82.5 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2010
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : 1229903

WASHINGTON STATE FERRIES

  • Area of Operation : PUGET SOUND PORTS WITH FERRY CONNECTIONS
  • Principal Commodity : PASSENGERS AND VEHICLES

CATHLAMET

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

CHELAN

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

CHETZEMOKA

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

ELWHA

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

EVERGREEN STATE

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

HIYU

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

HYAK

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

ISSAQUAH

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

KALEETAN

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

KENNEWICK

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

KITSAP

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

KITTITAS

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

KLAHOWYA

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

PUYALLUP

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

SAMISH

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

SEALTH

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

SPOKANE

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

TACOMA

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

TILLIKUM

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

TOKITAE

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

WALLA WALLA

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

WENATCHEE

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

YAKIMA

  • Type : Ferry
  • Construction : Steel

News

BC Ferries Orders LNG-powered Ferry

BC Ferries Orders LNG-powered Ferry

BC Ferries has awarded Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. a contract to build an additional liquefied natural gas (LNG)-fueled vessel scheduled to go into service in the Southern Gulf Islands in 2022.This vessel will be identical to the three Salish Class vessels built by Remontowa for BC Ferries in 2016.“Our Clean Futures Plan is our path to replace diesel fuels with clean erenergy options.

Inside the World's Top Ferry Lines

Inside the World's Top Ferry Lines

The ferry business, unlike more industrial parts of the shipping business, touches wide swaths of the world’s population across continents. The membership of Interferry, the leading trade group for the industry, with non-Governmental organization (NGO) status at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) includes 200+ members from all parts of the ferry spectrum.

BC Ferries Chooses SCHOTTEL Propulsion

BC Ferries Chooses SCHOTTEL Propulsion

SCHOTTEL said it secured an order to provide propulsion units for four 81-meter hybrid-electric road ferries ordered by Canadian operator BC Ferries from Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania.Captain Jamie Marshall, Vice President, Business Development and Innovation at BC Ferries, said, “We’ve had positive experiences with SCHOTTEL azimuth thrusters in our Salish Class ferries

Armstrong Delivers Dive Boat to DNR

Armstrong Delivers Dive Boat to DNR

A new monohull dive compliance vessel Salish Scout was recently accepted by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) after successful launch and sea trials in Port Angeles Harbor.In a competitive solicitation process last year, DNR selected Armstrong Marine’s proposal to design and build multiple vessels for their Marine Law Enforcement program.

NWSA  Unveils Orca Protection Plan

NWSA Unveils Orca Protection Plan

The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA), the cargo operating partnership of the ports of Tacoma and Seattle, has teamed up with Washington State Ferries, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Puget Sound Partnership to identify ways to protect the endangered orca population.