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SEPT 15 - Update: Columbia Sailings Delayed

Vessel to enter drydock September 25


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MV Columbia is the largest vessel of the fleet, and until 2004 was also the fastest. The vessel is 418 feet long and 85 feet wide, with a domestic gross tonnage of 3,946 and a service speed of 17.3 knots. The MV Columbia is designed to carry 499 passengers and has a vehicle capacity of 2,660 linear feet, which is equal to approximately 133 twenty-foot vehicles. There are 45 four-berth and 56 two-berth cabins, as well as 3 wheelchair-accessible cabins.

AMHS

A recent inspection discovered damage to the MV Columbia's starboard propeller. The repair will require the vessel to enter drydock at Portland, Oregon. The vessel will sail a revised schedule through Sept. 25 and then enter drydock for repair. MV Columbia  return to service will be announced at a later date.

 

AMHS staff is contacting affected passengers. Service notices may be found at dot.alaska.gov/amhs/service_notices.shtml or by contacting your local terminal by dialing 1-907-465-3941 or toll-free at 1-800-642-0066.

 

Below is the MV Columbia revised schedule through Sept. 25:

16-Sep
17-Sep
19-Sep
19-Sep
19-Sep
19-Sep
20-Sep
20-Sep
20-Sep
20-Sep
20-Sep
20-Sep
20-Sep
21-Sep
21-Sep
21-Sep
21-Sep
21-Sep
21-Sep
22-Sep
22-Sep
22-Sep
22-Sep
22-Sep
23-Sep
23-Sep
25-Sep
25-Sep
10:45P
7:30A
7:00A
2:00P
9:30P
10:30P
2:30A
3:30A
1:30P
3:30P
9:00P
10:30P
11:45P
1:15A
2:30A
4:30A
10:00A
12:00P
11:30P
1:45A
2:30P
3:30P
7:30P
8:30P
3:45A
5:00A
4:15A
10:15A
Arrive-BEL
Depart-BEL
Arrive-KTN
Depart-KTN
Arrive-WRG
Depart-WRG
Arrive-PSG
Depart-PSG
Arrive-JNU
Depart-JNU
Arrive-HNS
Depart-HNS
Arrive-SGY
Depart-SGY
Arrive-HNS
Depart-HNS
Arrive-JNU
Depart-JNU
Arrive-SIT
Depart-SIT
Arrive-PSG
Depart-PSG
Arrive-WRG
Depart-WRG
Arrive-KTN
Depart-KTN
Arrive-BEL
Depart-BEL

 

 More information may be found at FerryAlaska.com.

 

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities oversees 249 airports, 11 ferries serving 35 communities, 5,619 miles of highway and 720 public facilities throughout the state of Alaska. The mission of the department is to Keep Alaska Moving through service and infrastructure. 

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