Ketchikan Terminal Hours Open 10am-3:30pm
The Ketchikan Terminal Office Hours will be 10:00AM to 3:30PM Until Further Notice. You may pick up your Ketchikan to Hollis ticket(s) anytime after 10:00AM on the day of sailing. THIS WILL NOT AFFECT SAILING OR BOARDING TIMES
Traveling with a Vehicle? Help us be able to provide you with the most efficient boarding process by checking-in On-Time!!
Vehicles (& its passengers) are to be ticketed and available to board 1 hour prior to departure.
- Departing Hollis at 8:00am, be checked-in and available to board at 7:00am
- Departing Ketchikan at 3:30pm, be checked-in and available to board at 2:30pm
Non-compliance may result in loss of reserved space and denied passage for that sailing.
IFA 7-Day a Week Service
The Inter-Island Ferry Authority has returned to our seven day-a-week sailing schedule! The 7-day per week sailing schedule is good through 2022!! (If circumstances change which are out of our control, the IFA reserves the right to change the schedule accordingly.)
IFA Requires Proper Face Covering to Travel
Contact: Ron Curtis General Manager Inter-Island Ferry Authority: (907) 401-3564 [email protected]
IFA Requires Travelers to Wear Masks
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued an Order Under Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act requiring persons to wear proper face coverings when using public transportation systems to help reduce the introduction, transmission and spread of COVID-19. Beginning February 1, 2021 at 11:59 PM, the Inter-Island Ferry Authority (IFA) is mandated to require persons 2 years and older to wear proper face coverings when inside our terminals and when traveling on our vessels (except when on outside decks.) To the extent possible, the IFA will accommodate a passenger who is unable to follow this Order due to a disability or medical condition. We appreciate your cooperation with the IFA complying with the provisions of this Order.
Additionally, the IFA would like to inform you that regardless of your vaccination status facemasks are still required by Federal law in all enclosed areas of a public ferry and transportation terminal. Please see terminal agent or crew member if you have questions. Thank you for your cooperation.