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Bainbridge Island, Point White Pier was used as Mosquito Fleet Steamer Passenger/Freight Pier from 1910-1930s and
between 1942-1957 as a passenger only ferry pier serving Fort Ward Naval Radio Station and Bremerton Naval Shipyard.
This water transportation link between Bainbridge Island and Bremerton also provided economic labor force for Islander's to live and work at Naval Shipyard from 1957-1972
Since Point White Ferry Ceased Operation in 1972, the Economic Development Growth, Commerce Trade and Tourism between Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, Port Orchard and Annapolis has not been recognized by the cities as a potential market (Oversight).
Rather Bainbridge Island has greatly invested economic development in fossil fuel expansion, requiring inhabitance to foster the growth in use of fossil fuels. Relying on Tourism from Seattle via Washington State Ferry Partnerships Only.
Naval Base Kitsap, Port Orchard and Annapolis Tourism is Welcomed by Seattle via Washington State Ferry and Kitsap Fast Ferry Partnerships, Bainbridge Island was not part of the orginal streeting committee planning study, as the mobility relationship between Naval Base Kitsap, Annapolis, Port Orchard and Bainbridge Island Tourism, Tri City Transportation Mobility, Commerce and Reduction Dependance on Fossil Fuels.
By reinstating the passenger only ferry services between:
Fast Ferry Passenger Only West Bound Route:
Seattle to Point White, Bainbridge Island
Point White, Bainbridge Island to Bremerton (Tri City Commerce and Tourism)
Connecting Ferry Services Bremerton to Port Orchard and Annapolis
Fast Ferry Passenger Only East Bound Route:
Connecting Ferry Services Port Orchard and Annapolis to Bremerton
Bremerton to Point White, Bainbridge Island (Tri City Commerce and Tourism)
Point White, Bainbridge Island to Seattle
This water route provides a positive environmental reduction on fossil fuel dependency and increase the economic development mobility for a balanced Bainbridge Island Transportation system.
By reinstating a vital water route, provides greater transportation opportunities for Tri Cities, allows a healthier life style, a wider diversity of tourism to exist and new commerce Economic Growth Markets Between Tri Cities .
To Join the Point White Ferry Project, please print and fillout the Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club White Ferry Project Registration Form
White Ferry Project Form
and email PDF/DOC
or mail it to:
Point White Ferry Project
321 High School Road NE, Ste:D3 292
Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110
The Point White Ferry Project is under the Bainbridge Island Community Pro-Tem Leadership of Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) UBI: 606-733-296 organization. Contributions to the Point White Ferry Project, maybe submitted to Fort Ward Amateur Radio Club, Community Engagement, are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law