Thank you, Water Taxi crew! (And a reminder of Labor Day service)

A dekhand with King County Water Taxi works at Pier 50.You know how King County Water Taxi has the best riders around? The same can definitely be said for our staff.

This Labor Day, we want to offer a big “Thank You” to all members of King County’s Marine Division – everyone from our deckhands to our captains to our maintenance crews to the finance and administration folks behind the scenes.

You all help make our service between Downtown Seattle, West Seattle and Vashon Island the best on the water.

A deckhand scans tickets and passes of riders boarding the West Seattle ferry bound for Downtown Seattle.

As a reminder, King County Water Taxi will operate on its Sunday schedule for its West Seattle route on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 4. There will be no service on the Vashon Island route. For more information, visit King County Water Taxi’s page.

And for those on land, King County Metro will operate a Sunday/holiday schedule on Monday, Sept. 4 in observance of Labor Day.

3 thoughts on “Thank you, Water Taxi crew! (And a reminder of Labor Day service)

  1. You do have the best crew — always cheerful, helpful, and efficient! Thanks for hiring good folks — we appreciate them!

    BTW, when the dock returns to the south side of Colman, will there be a smoother path from boat to water than the charming but not-exactly-heel-friendly timbers we had before? Asking for a friend . . .

  2. Hi Jann,

    Thank you for kind words! Per your question, you can tell your friend 😉 that there will be a smooth, timber-free path from the street through our facility to the vessels. Stay tuned for more information and thanks for asking.

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