Black Ball Ferry Line and MV Coho

The MV Coho—named after the silver salmon of the Northwest—is a historic vehicle and passenger ferry operated by the Black Ball Ferry Line. It is the only daily, year-round ferry service crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Victoria, BC and Port Angeles, WA. MV Coho was designed and built in Seattle in 1959. She made her first commercial sailing to Victoria on December 29, 1959. In addition to servicing the Port Angeles to Victoria vehicle and passenger route, the MV Coho also carried freight trucks between Seattle, Port Angeles, Port Townsend, and Victoria until 1973.

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AddressPort Angeles to Victoria
CityPort Angeles