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Ferry crossing from Port Townsend to Victoria

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Is there a ferry for automobiles with passengers from Port Townsend to Victoria? I've searched the BC Ferry website and the Washington State Ferry website, and am starting to think perhaps it's under a name that I don't recognize, since I'm not from the area. I have found a Port Angeles to Victoria ferry, but it seems that Port Townsend would be a more pleasant place to spend the night after a day or two in Olympic National Park.

Also, do you think I need to make a reserveration for the ferry (auto) during the Memorial Day weekend? And about how far and/or little in advance should/could I make the reservation.

Thanks so much. We're really looking forward to the Northwest!!!!!

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