Dedicated to the hard working men and women of Washington State Ferries for keeping us safe and making our travels aboard WSF comfortable.
In tribute to author/photographer Harre Demoro & maritime photographer Joe Williamson.

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The Enetai, last of the Steel Electrics.  She survives today as the Santa Rosa in San Francisco.  She is seen here in 1960.  Author's collection.

The New Day Room is up!

The ferry whistle sounding is the Defiance, sounded by Captain Oscar Lee. The Defiance, like her near sister Skansonia, had both air and steam whistles.