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Mystery limitation on use of Admiral Pete’s restrooms

May 24th, 2013 by travis baker

The in basket: I noticed many months ago that there are two restrooms on the foot ferry Admiral Pete that runs between Bremerton and Port Orchard, and both have signs saying they are for crew members only. That struck me as odd, so I asked a crew member why it was.

He told me neither restroom works, so the signs just prevent their use.

I asked Transit officials if that is correct.

The out basket: Charlotte Sampson, executive assistant for transit, replied and said, the Admiral Pete’s restrooms “are not open to the public because it would require too much time, effort, and funds to pump the system.  Restrooms are available on both sides of the water, and it’s only a seven-minute crossing.”

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