Dalco Passage is a tidal strait within Puget Sound in the U.S. state of Washington. Located between the southern end of Vashon Island and the mainland near Tacoma, Dalco Passage connects the northern main Puget Sound basin to the southern basin, via the Tacoma Narrows strait. Colvos Passage, Commencement Bay, and Quartermaster Harbor are also connected to Dalco Passage.
Coordinates: 47°19′18″N 122°30′41″W / 47.32167°N 122.51139°W / 47.32167; -122.51139
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... On October 14, 2004, an oil spill occurred in the Dalco Passage at around 1 AM ... (Washington State Department of Ecology Web Page Dalco Passage Spill) One of the more recent oil spills occurred on January 28, 2005 ... Ecology officials estimated that “hundreds of gallons” contaminated the Dalco Passage off Vashon/Maury Island ...
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