In a continued step towards the future, the Port of Seattle recently announced the purchase of Salmon Bay Marina. Located on the Ship Canal adjacent to the Port’s existing Fishermen’s Terminal facility, the marina is a five acre parcel that contains five docks supporting 166 slips measuring 6,547 lineal feet of moorage on freshwater. The purchase price was $15,679,120. […]
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Back in October our friend at Sailish.com, Kurt Hoehne, began the noble quest of finding out what can be done to save handicap sailboat racing in the Pacific Northwest through a survey on the topic. Well, the people spoke, answered his survey and here’s some of what can be done. “Now what?” Dalton Bergan posed […]
Year in and year out, one of the most popular features at the Seattle Boat Show is the extensive line-up of free boating and fishing seminars, and advanced training classes for a fee through Boat Show University. The show is known for having a consistently great seminar schedule in terms of the quality, variety and number of presentations offered — and this year’s […]
The schooner Zodiac is a fixture on the waters of the Pacific Northwest, so when we came across this vintage footage of her sailing in the Canadian Arctic in 1925, we had to share…. Thanks to Bob Boroughs and Taylor Hodges from The Schooner Zodiac for their help.
When Parthia, one of Olympia’s longest working and oldest tugboats sank in Hood Canal in early August, 2017 several members of the nonprofit South Sound Maritime Heritage Association (SSMHA) swung into rescue and refloat action. More than three months later, on November 16, after hundreds of hours of planning and volunteer, donated and contracted work, and two […]
Hailing from Eagle Harbor, the Gifford Family has been sailing around the world since 2008 aboard their Stevens 47, Totem. Their blog has long been featured on Three Sheets Northwest’s GuestDock, and we’re happy to have them as a part of our community no matter where they go. Here’s a glimpse into their family’s cruising life […]
As always, the folks at the Race to Alaska and Northwest Maritime Center (NWMC) are once again keeping fans, competitors and potential competitors on their toes for the 2018 event. Or should we say, events. The big announcement on Wednesday was the addition of a new race from Tacoma to Port Townsend, which will end just days before the […]