The Kitsap Sun reported that the shipyard took responsibility for the accident and made repairs at no cost to taxpayers.
The 64-car ferry could be back on the water Wednesday, but it needs three more weeks of maintenance at Eagle Harbor before returning to service on the Point Defiance-Tahlequah route.
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