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We are grateful and appreciate your spending time, effort and money in traveling a great distance to attend our wedding reception. For those of you coming from afar, you may want to consider flying into Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International Airport as that is the nearest airport and hub. For your convenience, we have included driving directions from Sea-Tac Airport to Holiday Inn and Bremerton Hotel; and from the hotels to the reception at McCormick Woods.

Refer to http://www.portseattle.org/seatac/ for Sea-Tac information and http://www.portseattle.org/about/maps/index.shtml#general for maps of the airport. Sea-Tac Airport Auto rental terminal GPS coordinates are: Lat N47° 26.5687' Long W122° 17.7509' (The coordinates are accurate the last time I was at the terminal but this may change as Sea-Tac is undergoing a major renovation and they are constantly shuttling things around!)

Please be aware that, although the driving distance from Sea-Tac Airport to Port Orchard/Bremerton is approximately 50 miles, the driving time depends on rush hour traffic in the Seattle/Tacoma areas. For arrival/departures during rush hour (7:00 AM thru 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM thru 6:00 PM) the driving time will be approximately 2 hours. For all other arrival/departure times, it is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Rush hour blues is strictly limited to the Seattle/Tacoma area – once you enter the west Puget Sound area, traffic is minimal and progressively reduces the further you travel north. Rush hour in the Kitsap Peninsula is 7:00 AM thru 7:20 AM and 4:00 PM thru 4:20 PM when 15,000 people try to make it to work at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard – all at the same time. Make that 15,001 people – I work there too!

Washington State has numerous web-cams that provide real time traffic, weather and ferry data that may help you. Refer to http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/seattle/

Or you may take the picturesque route by ferry. Both routes (Seattle/Bremerton and the Fauntleroy/Southworth) ferry directions are shown in our directions. If you are lucky, you may even get to see dolphins (or porpoises with dolphin disguises) leading the ferries! The ferry rides are 50 minutes and 35 minutes respectively. For Washington State ferries (fares, schedules, terminals, etc.) please see http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/index.cfm

There is also an airport shuttle to Port Orchard and Bremerton called The Kitsap Airporter. Please refer to http://www.kitsapairporter.com/ for fares, schedules and pickup/drop-off points. It is advisable to call ahead for reservations as the Airporter is usually full.

Although Port Orchard has a population of only 8,060, it is spread out over an area greater than the city of Denver or that of San Francisco so there might be a chance of getting lost without a map. If you do get lost, enjoy the scenery – there are lots of little streams and creeks and woods and even deer. Hopefully, with the maps we have included, you may not get lost and show up at the dinner reception. If you don’t show up, an acceptable excuse is "I was lost!". We understand.


Click on the links for detailed directions and maps.

From Holiday Inn, Port Orchard, to McCormick Woods, Port Orchard

From Oyster Bay Inn, Bremerton, to McCormick Woods, Port Orchard

From Bremerton Hotel, Bremerton, to McCormick Woods, Port Orchard

From Sea-Tac Airport to Port Orchard Holiday Inn – by the Fauntleroy/Southworth Ferry


From Sea-Tac Airport to Port Orchard Holiday Inn

From Sea-Tac Airport to Oyster Bay Inn or Bremerton Hotel, Bremerton – by the Seattle/Bremerton Ferry

From Sea-Tac Airport to Oyster Bay Inn or Bremerton Hotel, Bremerton


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