MV Sealth

MV Sealth is a Issaquah class auto and passenger ferry operated by Washington State Ferries, a child department of the Washington State Department of Transportation. It was built in Seattle, Washington in 1982.

It can transport a maximum of 1,200 passengers and 90 vehicles.

The Sealth measures 328 feet in length with a beam of 78 feet 8 inches and a draft of 16 feet 6 inches.

It is equipped with two diesel powered engines that can generate a total of 5,000 horsepower and reach a service speed of 16 knots.

The vessel is ADA compliant with accessible restrooms on the main passenger deck as well as elevator access from the auto deck to the main passenger deck.

Other amenities include a galley and vending and newspaper machines on the main passenger deck.

MV Sealth is named for Chief Sealth (Chief Seattle), a Suquamish and Duwamish chief who lived from 1786 to 1866.

Other Issaquah Class Ferries