Travel options for:
Victoria to Whidbey Island
  • Car ferry, drive

    $44 - $58
    1. Victoria

      1 h 30 min - 4 times a day

      $19

    2. Port Angeles

      5 h 11 min - 261.2 miles

      $25 - $40

  • Ferry

    $84 - $94
    1. Victoria Clipper Terminal

      2 h 45 min - twice daily

      $68

    2. Seattle Clipper Terminal

      8 min - 2191 feet

    3. 3rd Ave & Cedar St

      3 min - every 20 minutes - line 3

      $2 - $3

    4. 4th Ave & Pike St

      29 min - every 30 minutes - line 512

      $7 - $11

    5. Lynnwood Transit Center - Bay

      46 min - hourly - line 113

      $3 - $5

    6. Mukilteo

      20 min - every 30 minutes

      $4 - $7

  • Ferry, bus

    $29 - $42
    1. Northbound Douglas at

      48 min - hourly - line 72

      $2

    2. Sidney B.C.

      2 h 55 min - once daily

      $20 - $29

    3. Anacortes Ferry Dock

      15 min - every 2 hours

      $7 - $11

    4. Anacortes: March's Point Park

      35 min - every 3 hours

      $0

    5. Oak Harbor: Harbor Station

      1 h 4 min - every 3 hours

      transfer

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From Victoria car ferry to Port Angeles then drive to Whidbey Island. 6 h 41 min $48. From Victoria Clipper Terminal ferry to Seattle Clipper Terminal, walk to 3rd Ave & Cedar St, line 3 bus to 4th Ave & Pike St, line 512 bus to Lynnwood Transit Center - Bay B3, line 113 bus to Mukilteo, then ferry to Clinton. 5 h 32 min $87. From Northbound Douglas at Discovery line 72 bus to Sidney B.C., ferry to Anacortes Ferry Dock, shuttle to Anacortes: March's Point Park and Ride, bus to Oak Harbor: Harbor Station Transfer Center Bayshore Dr., then bus to Bayview: Bayview at Casey's: Howard Rd near SR 525. 9 h 37 min $34.