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Can you take a ferry from Seattle to Anchorage?

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2010-11-22 00:43:25
2010-11-22 00:43:25

Sort of. You can catch a ferry but will have to leave from Bellingham (north of Seattle) and arrive in Seward (south of Anchorage).

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