Passport Not Needed For Ferry
#1 May 25, 2008
Scott, I ride the Bremerton to Seattle ferry every day, as I work in Seattle. Last Thursday May 22nd, WSP and the Coast guard harassed another brown couple on board using a video camera.
#2 May 26, 2008
I don't know where the San Juan Island Visitors Bureau gets their information ("U.S. citizens traveling within Washington state" — and that includes the San Juans, remember —"do not need passports, only their usual personal ID, like a driver's license," says Jacobson ), but you do not need any form of identification to board a Washington State ferry. The system is public transportation and you pay a fare at a booth to either walk on or drive on. If you pay cash you do not have to show any identification. You may, of course, be denied the ability to buy an alcoholic beverage aboard without proof of 21 years of age.
Add your comments below
|Marysville Garage Door Repair||16 hr||MurphyReed||1|
|Seattle Garage Door Repair||16 hr||Anonymous||1|
|Seattle's sights are virtually dazzling||Wed||Ace McMillan||3|
|The Best Emo/Goth/Trap You'll Hear All Fall||Wed||Ace McMillan||2|
|West Seattle scene: 35th SW meeting, afternoon ...||Wed||Ace McMillan||1|
|Interracial dating in Seattle (Aug '10)||Tue||Liberal||48|
|Munich murder trial ends in conviction (Jul '07)||Dec '12||Skagit Karma||7|
Find what you want!
Search Orcas Forum Now