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Clinton-Mukilteo Ferry

May 2009

Camp Casey Heritage Forest in Coupeville Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve
Coupeville Memorial Day Parade on Whidbey Island

The Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry is officially an extension of route 525 as part of the Washington State Department of Transportation's Ferry System. Basically it's like a "bridge" for the south end of Whidbey, where 525 ends at the water in Clinton and continues again on the mainland at Mukilteo. It's a pretty crossing of Possession Sound, and only takes 15 minutes of travel time on the water.

Clinton-Mukilteo Ferry Washington State Ferries, arriving at Clinton ferry landing on 525

Arriving at the Clinton Ferry Landing

 

Clinton-Mukilteo Ferry Washington State Ferries, leaving Whidbey Island across Possession Sound

Leaving Whidbey Island and heading across Possession Sound

 

Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry Washington State Ferries, leaving Mukilteo Ferry Landing

After being on the mainland, leaving the Mukilteo Ferry Landing to return to Whidbey

 

Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry Washington State Ferries, car deck approaching Whidbey Island

Approaching Whidbey Island, from the car deck

 

Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry Washington State Ferries, approaching Clinton Ferry Landing

Approaching the Clinton Ferry Landing

 

Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry Washington State Ferries, ferry approaching Clinton Ferry Landing pier and pilings

Heading in...

 

Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry Washington State Ferries, docking at Clinton Ferry Landing

Propellers churning the water on full reverse to slow the ferry for a smooth docking

 

 

Coupeville Memorial Day Parade Coupeville Memorial Day Parade on Whidbey Island