There are thirteen parking lots near the Bremerton terminal. All are within 3.5 blocks of the terminal. Time and price options are posted at each lot. Daily rates (0-10 hours) run between $4-$8. All offer 24-hour rates for overnight or extended stays. Parking is also available under the Bremerton Hotel/Conference Center and city garage three blocks north of terminal.
For more information, you can contact Kitsap Diamond Parking at (360) 373-9501 or (206) 625-1787.
Bus Routes to Bremerton Ferry Terminal on Kitsap Transit 11, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26 & 27
Park & Ride Information
Pick up/Drop off Information at the Bremerton Transit Center for disabled passengers.
The Kitsap Airporter provides bus service from Sea-Tac International Airport to the Kitsap Peninsula.
While motorcycles are not, by Washington Administrative Code (WAC 468-300-700), a preferential loading category of users, they are often loaded prior to automobiles for operational and staging purposes. Arrival at the dock after vehicle load has commenced requires motorcycles to wait until all cars have been loaded for the next motorcycle loading opportunity. Motorcycles should proceed, while on the dock, at no more than 10 mph. Use caution when car decks are wet. The following information details specific staging for this terminal:
Motorcycle Fare Purchase/Redemption
Purchase tickets at the auto tollbooths, at the kiosk inside the terminal waiting room, or online in advance.
Queue with automobiles prior to tollbooth.
Sales and fare collection occur at tollbooth main window, no transactions through back window.
Staging varies by time of day and slip in use, ask the ticket sellers or traffic attendants where to stage.
Loading order: bicycles, motorcycles, vehicles, late arriving motorcycles as space permits.
During commute hours, a motorcycle mid-load may occur.
Motorcycle Special Communication
For motorcycles arriving after vehicle load concludes, space availability will determine ability to board sailing.
WSF requires trucks with a gross vehicle weight of over 80,000 lbs and/or over 8’6” wide to have “travel approval” before crossing any of our routes. Vessels on this route have a limited height clearance and trucks may be loaded out of sequence.
Trucks that have a gross vehicle weight of over 80,000 lbs but are hauling less than 80,000 lbs will need to provide a weight slip.
Please fill out our Oversized/Overweight Vehicle Travel Request Form by downloading a .pdf version of the form and fax it to us at (206) 515-3846. Please allow three business days for completion and approval. You can contact us at anytime for status updates at (206) 464-6400 (Seattle).
There is no payment for passengers or bicycles traveling from Bremerton to Seattle. Bicyclists may bypass the line of vehicle traffic to get onto the ferry dock. A rider does not need to stop at the tollbooth traveling eastbound. Bicyclists should arrive 20 minutes prior to departure time to be loaded at the beginning of loading process. If a bicyclist arrives after vehicle loading has begun, they will be loaded at the end of the load. There are five racks at the terminal, which hold 28 bikes.
Bremerton terminal HOV vans and carpools are asked to be at the dock 10 minutes before sailing and are staged in a special lane under the transit terminal. HOV’s are loaded first and if they arrive late, during the loading process, are loaded as soon as possible. Car/van pools need to be registered or a recognized HOV with the ferry system HOV program, to receive loading privileges. For information or to register for our rideshare program check online at: Rideshare