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AUGUST 2016

VOLUME 30, No. 2


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2012 | 62’ OCEAN ALEXANDER | $1,425,000 Niel Steenkamp | 206.850.2801

2010 | 54’ OCEAN ALEXANDER | $998,000 Michael Vrbas | 949.632.1414

2014 | 51’ SEA RAY | $975,000 Niel Steenkamp | 206.850.2801

2005 | 47’ SELENE | $599,000 Jerry Todd | 206.963.6543

1997 | 42’ OCEAN ALEXANDER | $299,800 Jason Smith | 206.331.2523

2000 | 65’ FOUNTAIN | $495,000 Michael Vrbas | 949.632.1414

2010 | 60’ OCEAN ALEXANDER | $1,095,000 Ray Prokorym | 425.327.0994

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DOWNTOWN The popular Downtown Sailing Series out of Elliott Bay Marina exemplifies what is best about summer sailing on Puget Sound. Contributor Doug Hansen offers an insider's look at one of Seattle's most conspicuous sailing events.

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SNEAK PEEK

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Road Trip!

Tony's Tackle Box

Fishing guru Tony Floor dives into the 2016 salmon season and has pro-tips to share.

OVER LAND AND SEA THROUGH

Inside Seattle’s Boats Afloat Show

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On Watch

Find out the latest happenings in politics and how they affect Northwest boaters.

The Boats Afloat Show is one of the Pacific Northwest's mainstay boat shows. Check it out!

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Veteran contributor Peter Marsh takes a closer look at the newest high-performance ecotourism vessel, Salish Sea Dream.

Contributor Jonathan Schewe takes us on a guided tour of the Pacific Northwest's lesser-known maritime heritage treasures.

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ON THE COVER Alex Kwanten

The summer sun hangs low over the Downtown Sailing Series, illuminating the barely-filled sails of Zambuca, a C&C 115, from behind as she sails southward from Elliot Bay Marina.

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Galley Gourmet

Bridget Charters, a Seattle-area celebrity chef, offers up a couple of delicious boating recipes.

Departments Coupeville, the heart of the U.S.A.'s only National Historical Reserve, is a salty, B&B kind of town tucked in Penn Cove of Whidbey Island, Washington. Read on for info on the sites, food, and moorage.

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WATERMAKERS

Watermakers can be an important addition to any vessel, especially the boats that chase the horizon to places with scarce or untreated drinking sources. We turn to the industry experts at S3 Maritime for some advice about watermakers.

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FROM THE HELM

Solar Motivations

The passage of time is a curious thing. A day in January’s darkness can feel like an eternity, yet a day in August on the boat usually feels like it flicks by in mere seconds. Times flies, as the old cliché goes, and this summer feels like it’s ripped by as fast as an Unlimited Michelle Zeasman Hydroplane at Seafair, hammers down and throttle wide open! Of course, my husband and I have more than a few new engine hours to show for our good times afloat this summer, but instead of thinking of upcoming maintenance work, I like to think of these hours as a tangible return on investment (ROI): proof positive that—perceptions aside—August hours really do unfurl just as slowly as January’s chronological currency. When it comes to increasing one’s boating ROI, August in the Pacific Northwest pays the highest dividends. Days are long and warm, evenings are perfect, and nights have stars to spare. Heading to points north is always a good call in this time of year but there are plenty of fantastic local trips to enjoy, too. Or, if hitting your same-old-same-olds is feeling a tad tired, try shaking up your onthe-water routine. Friends of mine recently invested in a few crab pots, tackle, and the necessary licenses and now supplement their seafood habits—and their boating ROI—with fresh Dungeness crabs. Speaking of alternative boating adventures, this month we’re bringing you some fresh ideas for further leveraging your boating ROI. For example, check out writer Jonathan Schewe’s feature-length article on the Northwest’s different maritime museums, some of which can be accessed by water. This collection of establishments falls far more into the “nautical heritage” category than the “dusty old museum” category, making them appealing and relevant to younger, shorter, and more imaginative crewmembers who otherwise might not be (peacefully) inclined to set down their tablet for a brief stroll through time. Staying with the theme of summer adventures, Peter Marsh, a longtime Northwest Yachting scribe, presents an in-depth look at the Salish Sea Dream, a new 79-foot, highspeed, jet-drive-powered, whale-watching catamaran that’s designed to quickly carry

up to 94 paying guests out to see whales from operating bases in Vancouver and Victoria. Inside this issue, learn more about this impressive new build, and don’t forget that August is also a primo whale-watching month here in the Northwest. While the Salish Sea Dream is far faster than most sailboats—excluding America’s Cuppers, maxi yachts, and “Ultime” trimarans—plenty of racers know how to coax every last 1/10 of a knot out of their steed, and this tradecraft is practiced on myriad international racecourses, including Seattle’s own Downtown Sailing Series (July 7-August 11). This fun-minded series benefi ts charitable foundations that are working to combat blood-borne diseases. The Downtown Sailing Series partnered with the Leukemia Cup Regatta in 2005 and has since helped raise more than $1,500,000 blood disease-fighting dollars. Inside this issue, Doug Hansen, Northwest Yachting’s racing correspondent, shares an onboard look at this exciting series. Talk about a fantastic way of increasing your boating ROI while also supporting a great cause! My summer might have hydroplaned by, but it’s no small consolation that Seattle’s annual Boats Afloat in-water boat show (September 14-18) is still on the horizon. Longtime photographers Mike Penney and Ozzie Wiese present an engaging photo essay of past Boats Afloats to help readers gear up for this great annual event. Given that the area’s next big show isn’t until late January, when time really drags its leaden heels across rain-sodden docks, Boats Afloat is not to be missed, especially if new equipment—or a new steed—is in the offing for next year. After all, the only way to increase the ROI on your boating investment is to make one in the first place. And finally, while some of our loyal advertisers have now talked to Cheryl Nellis, Northwest Yachting’s new sales associate, other advertisers can expect a call, email or a handshake from her in the weeks to come. Northwest Yachting will be spending time at Boats Afloat, so be sure to say hello if you see us on the docks. Summertime might be hitting its maximum velocity come September, but we always have time to talk to our readers and advertisers.

Fair winds and following seas, — Michelle Zeasman, Publisher, Northwest Yachting

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MANAGING EDITOR Norris Comer norris@nwyachting.com

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CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Bridget Charters Tony Floor Doug Hansen Peter Marsh Peter Schrappen Jonathan Schewe

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Jan Anderson Alex Kwanten Ozzie Wiese Brodie Winkler

EDITORIAL INTERN Amelia Comer

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S W E N L A NAUTIC

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R2AK's Epic Conclusion

Team MAD Dog Racing. (photo: R2AK)

MAD Dog Racing captures the flag in the Northwest's Wildest Race The 750-mile, unsupplied, engineless Race to Alaska (R2AK) runs from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, is over, but the legends made on the waters of the Inside Passage will live on. Winning team MAD Dog Racing smashed the previous record by nearly a day and a half with the time of three days, 20 hours, and 13 minutes, finishing June 30. MAD Dog Racing, which comprised of a crew of three aboard a M32 high-performance catamaran, reportedly topped out at speeds of 25 knots. The team, Randy Miller, Ian Andrews, and Colin Dunphy, earned the grand price of $10,000 that was nailed to a piece of firewood and well-earned bragging rights that will last a lifetime. Miller is quoted as saying, in an official R2AK press release, that “The M32 is a fast boat, but it took all three of us to sustain speeds and not be in danger.

This is a wild coast and self-rescue is really the only option out here.” To make matters more extreme, the M32 is a cabinless craft. The MAD Dog Racing team bid on finishing fast and early, and they’re fortunate they didn’t have to bear a northerly slog like other teams. The 2016 R2AK was the second iteration of the unconventional race that challenges any and all vessels, from performance multihulls to a stand-up paddleboarder, to push themselves up the Inside Passage without engines or

resupply drops or support. Forty-four crews stepped up to the plate this year for the whole distance, including paddleboarder Karl Kruger of team Heart of Gold who showed superhuman resolve but did not finish. Rowers, including all-woman teams and a solo Frenchman, and even an automated sailing drone participated in this one-of-a-kind event that grabs our attention and doesn’t let go. The second-place prize is a set of steak knives, and this year that honor was awarded to team Skiff Foundation

"The M32 is a fast boat, but it took all three of us to sustain speeds and not be in danger. This is a wild coast and self-rescue is really the only option out here." Jungle Kitty with an eight-person crew on a carbon fiber Fox 44 sloop. We can only imagine the smug smiles on their faces when they use the knives at the next summer BBQ. All finishers are considered “winners” and receive a free beer and a handshake after the epic journey is completed. More information about this year’s race, and next, is available at r2ak.com. Who knows what year three has in store? We at Northwest Yachting can hardly wait.

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You and your furry friend are undoubtedly soaking in the August rays on the boat this season. Our pets bring joy into our lives, but we must be cognizant of their health, safety, and even their legal affairs on the water. Many people don’t know that the sun is just as harmful to cats and dogs as it is to us. Pets can get a sunburn, heat stroke, and even skin cancer. Make sure you always have access to clean drinking water and shade in case they overheat. The next step might sound strange, but your dogs and cats would appreciate some sunscreen. Yes, their fur does protect the majority of their body, but any bare spots such as the nose, tip of their ears, belly, or balding patches can get irritated. Some short haired breeds also need sunscreen protection. There are a few companies that make sunscreen specifically for dogs such as the Epi-Pet Sunscreen Spray, which is recommended by the Banfield Veterinary Hospital of Portland, Oregon. The basic rule is that the sunblock should have a SPF of 15 or higher and it shouldn’t contain Zinc Oxide, which is common in many human sunscreens, but toxic to dogs and cats according to Banfield. More information is available at banfieldvet.com. Basic safety should be considered as well. You might brag about how your pup can swim miles at a time, but a life jacket is a must for an extra-safe trip. Strap your dog into a specially made PFD before you go on your adventure in case they get tired in the water, and you get the added bonus of seeing your dog in a cute little life vest. Most cats do not prefer to swim, but Banfield recommends always having them on some sort of

harness with a leash while they're aboard. This can be tricky for a cat to get used to, but it allows you to know where they are at all times. Keeping cats in the cabin while underway may be a good move as well. If your voyage involves entering Canada, you will need to get a rabies vaccination certificate from your veterinary clinic. This document shows that your four-legged pal has his or her vaccines and is rabies-free. You will need to present the certificate to the customs agents before entering Canada, just like you would with your passport. If your dog is less than eight months old, or your cat is less than three months old, you don’t need to get a certificate. More information can be found at Canada.ca. Who wants to wake up at 0200 hours to row Fido to an unfamiliar shoreline to answer nature’s call? Storming to shore so your pet can use the bathroom can cause unnecessary stress, so create a small bathroom area just for them on your boat. For cats, this can be as simple as a small litter box. A cost-effective option is to place a fake grass pad in the box instead of liter and wash it off when needed to reuse it. For dogs, purchase puppy pads or a fake grass pad and place it on the deck. If you follow these safety and travel tips, you and your furry friend will share memorable adventures this summer and for the many years ahead. Happy Boating! The adorable pooch picture above is Ollie, a /4 black lab and 1/4 heeler mix. She boats with her humans April Wheldon and William Akan. Ollie has been living on her family's boat since she was eight weeks old and loves the life! 3


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filming, was not without tragedy and difficulties. The opening of the fishery was delayed due to concerns around toxic levels of domoic acid in the crabs themselves. Two boats sank near Coos Bay – the F/V Eagle III and the F/V Sara Jo. Sadly, with a dramatic irony on par with a Greek tragedy, the F/V Sara Jo sank when she was making her way out to retrieve the F/V Eagle III’s pots that had been left in the water, in order to give money to the families of those that had lost their lives the week prior. These boats were not a part of the Dungeon Cove cast, but their stories may make it on to the show regardless through Mayday calls over the VHF and SSB radios, potentially interviews with the Coast Guard, and inevitably the cast being familiar with the deceased, given the small town nature of the fishing industry. If you’re familiar with the Newport Fleet, the captains and

vessels will allegedly be Jim Burns of the F/V Galway out of Coos Bay, Oregon and a Newport, Oregon fleet made up of John Law of the F/V Lad Law, Gary Ripka of the F/V Redeemer and the F/V Western Breeze, and Mike Retherford of the R/V Excalibur and the F/V Winona J, as well as the F/V Western Hunter serving as a chaser vessel for all of the shots of the vessels on the water. The show will also follow the lives of the families on land, and I’m sure will follow the Coast Guard’s involvement as well. For Oregonians, you will probably get a kick out of seeing some familiar places and possibly even faces. For the rest of the Deadliest Catch fan base, I’m sure that the Dungeon Cove will live up to the original Deadliest Catch experience of watching deckhands fight off driving wind and icy rain while we watch, snuggled under a blanket, safe at home.

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Rendezvous Roundup

Beneteau Rendezvous

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The 15 th Annual Wooden Boat Rendezvous will be held in Deer Harbor, Orcas Island, from September 5-7, 2016. Wooden boats of all sizes and types attend the rendezvous, from row boats to motor launches, daysailers to historic tall ships. Most of the boats moor at the Deer Harbor Marina and are available for free public viewing throughout the event. The rendezvous is a low-key celebration of wooden boats, held in one of the most scenic harbors in the Pacific Northwest. Activities include a potluck and salmon dinner, as well as sailing and rowing races. For more information: contact Mike Douglas (360-376-5881) or email wbs.sji@gmail.com.

The 2016 Beneteau Rendezvous is coming up and promises to be a packed weekend complete with music and dancing, seminars, activities for kids, and more. All types of boats are welcome to come! The Beneteau Rendezvous will be held at the beautiful Isthmus Cove on Catalina Island August 5-7, 2016. Head over on the early side, or even on August 4, because all the moorings are first-come, first-served. There will be a flotilla leaving San Diego at 0600 hours on August 4 at Ballast Point. Anybody can join, just call ahead. To attend the Beneteau Rendezvous, it costs $130 for each adult, and $45 for every child under 12. For the full itinerary and sign-up form, check out scyachts.com. If you have any questions call 619-224-7784 to reach South Coast Yachts.

Time for some fun in the south side of the Sound! The Tacoma - Thea Foss Waterway Rendezvous is August 5 to 7, and eight slips of the Dock Street Marina have been reserved so boat-owning participants can explore the local arts, food, and entertainment. Arrive Friday anytime, and refreshments are available at 1730 hours. Saturday’s agenda is up to you, and with the Museum of Glass, Antique Row, and more, you’re spoiled for options. Sunday includes dockside breakfast at cost and boating education activities to be determined. What’s great is that there is no charge to reserve a spot if you mention to the marina that you’re with Seattle Sail & Power Squadron! Sign up by contacting Jim Haglund at 206-258-9100 or emailing caddmandew@ gmail.com. You’ll be glad you did! Photo: ©RickEtsell

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Proper Pot Protocol By Brianna Bowman

Recreational fishing is at its peak off the West Coast at the moment, with salmon, rockfish, halibut, tuna, and of course Dungeness crab for the taking. For those not familiar with recreational crabbing and may want to give it a go, looking at a crab pot may feel akin to opening Pandora’s box. Here’s a couple of aspects about crab pots to help you get started. Crab pots are constructed using an iron frame and wrapping netting or wire mesh around it, with two funnel shaped openings where the crab enter. To prevent the crab from doing a rapid exit, there are trigger devices in the tunnel. If the pot has the trigger device, it is required to have a 4 ¼ inch inside diameter escape ring. This allows for smaller crab (particularly undersized crab) to escape. A significant issue for any fishery is the risk of “ghostfishing.” Ghostfishing is when fishing gear is left in the water because it was lost, forgotten about, or some other unforeseen reason, and continues to catch crab. Crab pots left behind may have animals die inside them, which may attract more animals that in turn die, which may attract more. This is the reason it is required to have a biodegradable (typically cotton line) escapement device (usually a part of the pot that will biodegrade and eventually allow animals to escape). Depending on where you plan to go fishing, lightweight pots might be suitable. If there are strong currents in your area, however (such as in parts of the Puget Sound) then you may lose your pot if it gets carried away. I have weighed down pots with rocks before, however the rocks can then potentially take up space from crab that would otherwise find their way in to your pot.

You may hear crabbers mention the scope of the line, which is how much line you have attached to your pot. Make sure to allow for enough line – you want your pot to sit on the bottom (that’s where the crab are!) but you need to take in to account currents. If currents are strong enough, they can potentially drag your buoys underwater, and you won’t find them until currents lessen or change. You also need to account for tidal changes as well. If the tide comes in and you didn’t give enough line, your buoy may be submerged. The other risk of this is that if you used a lightweight pot, or you overcompensated on the number of floats, your pot could float or bounce on the bottom, and be carried away with current. However, you also don’t want to give out so much line that you are putting other recreational boaters at risk of getting a line tangled in their prop! To prevent this, you need to weigh down the lines with a small weight, just enough to keep the line submerged. The advice I have gotten from fisherman is to look at the depth marked on your hart, or the area that you are fishing, and double that for the length of line. Pots keep the crab in great condition, and so if you do find crab that cannot be kept (are either females or are too small), then they have a better chance of surviving when they are returned to

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The Go/No Go Decision By Chris Couch

As the captain of your vessel, you are directly responsible for the safe navigation of your vessel and the safety of every person onboard. How many boating horror stories have you heard? How many of those stories were weather related? Now, how many stories like that do you personally have? • Do you check the weather forecast in advance of your intended departure? • Do you check the current weather at the time of your departure? • Do you have a set of weather limits that you have defined for yourself? • Do you make the decision to go or not to go depending on the weather? Just in the past year off the waters of Florida, there have been several high-profile incidents of people lost at sea that include two boys, four adult males, a father and his three kids, and a large commercial vessel with all hands lost. In each of these cases, weather was a major factor. In each of these cases, supposedly, these people were experienced boaters. And yet, in each of these cases, they all lost their lives.

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Small Scale Spill Prevention We all have heard of the highly publicized big oil spills like the BP/ Deepwater Horizon incident of 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico and the 1989 Exxon/Valdez oil spill in Alaska. But did you know that small spills, such as oily bilgewater discharges, account for an estimated 75% of oil dumped into local Puget Sound waters over the last ten years according to Washington Sea Grant? Fortunately, it doesn’t have to stay that way. The Clean Marina Program, a partnership of the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance, the Northwest Marine Trade Association, and Washington Sea Grant, is getting small-oil-spill prevention kits out to boaters. The Clean Marina Program has worked for 20 years to minimize small vessel spill impact, and the summer of 2016 marks the first time the partners are appealing to private boaters directly instead of marine managers. The small oil spill prevention kits contain an absorbent pillow that is placed alongside bilge pumps to prevent oily discharges from entering the water. Last year, Washington Sea Grant Boating Program Specialist Aaron Barnett succeeded in distributing 1,000 free small oil spill prevention kits in a successful trial run. Since then,

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It's the little spills that make a big difference in local Puget Sound waters.

Northwest Yachting is looking for fresh voices and is welcoming solicitations! For this issue of Nautical News, we highlight a few new contributors who approached us and made the cut. If you’re interested in joining the chorus, pitch yourself and your ideas to Northwest Yachting’s managing editor, Norris Comer (norris@nwyachting.com), along with your resume.

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Crab Science By Brianna Bowman

If you don't keep the crab, put it back carefully or risk damage.

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that are not retained are typically females and undersized males, due to fishing regulations. Death for a crab returned to the water could be a result of injury or stress sustained during the crab pot retrieval process or handling of the crab themselves. This can be directly through the commercial and recreational crab pot fishery, or indirectly through bottom trawl fisheries. Dr. Yochum has used a method referred to as RAMP – Reflex Action Mortality Predictor. Similar to the Glasgow coma scale which medical practitioners use to evaluate the conscious state of a coma patient, RAMP links presence of reflexes to likelihood of mortality in an animal. First, Dr. Yochum established the reflexes that they will evaluate. “These have to be consistent and reliable,” she explained. “They need to be reflexes that the animal does every single time, such as if you push on their eye, they close it, or if you open their operculum, they close it, for example.” This is similar to a doctor checking your reflexes by hitting your knee. She and her colleagues evaluate these reflexes in a lab and come up with a scoring chart. If there are 10 reflexes to score for example, an animal with high vitality (extremely low chance of mortality) will have a score of 10. Then, Dr. Yochum and her colleagues simulate stressors in the lab, and also evaluate stressors in the field. They assign vitality scores to the animals, and then hold them in the lab (or bring them back to the lab if they were caught in the field) to see which animals die and which do not. This information then gives scientists a mortality rate for the different vitality scores. For example, if a crab’s vitality score is 6/10, they may have a 20% mortality rate. The outcome of this study for the recreational fishery shows that overall mortality was very low, but there was a higher mortality rate, meaning that there was a higher percentage of crab dying, compared to the commercial fishery. This was particularly true in bays, whereas recreational crabbing on the ocean demonstrated low mortality rates. One aspect Dr. Yochum was interested in knowing was whether


dropping a crab back in to the ocean, say from a high pier, had an effect on the mortality of the crab. So, in true field scientist fashion, she designed an experiment in which she simulated dropping crab off a small boat (3 ft.), a large boat (10 ft) and the Newport pier (26 ft), and then evaluated them using RAMP. She found that high drops were causing high mortality rates, because the shells crack when they hit the water. What’s more, crab left out longer and then returned to the water were more likely to die after hitting the water, because

their shells had dried out, became more brittle, and were more likely to crack when hitting the water. If you go crabbing, think of Dr. Yochum’s experiments, and be sure to return the crab to the water quickly if you are not retaining them, drop them as gently as possible back into the water. If you are on a pier, it may be best to possibly lower the crab down with a bucket, at least partway, to prevent their shells from cracking. This will help ensure healthy recreational and commercial fisheries for years to come.

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Dehler 38 Hanse Yachts of Germany and the Judel/Vrolijk design duo are at it again with the Dehler 38, a crossover sailboat designed for both handicap racing and performance cruising. Versatility and quality are two dominating themes, and the customizable Dehler 38 really could be your dream ride. The modern-looking plumb bow and sleek, low coach roof profile give her an undeniably Euroracer look. The Dehler 38 has the beam, standing headroom, and three-cabin layout of a stylish cruiser with many options to embrace her inner cruiser or speed demon. The dual helms, all carbon rig with keel

stepped mast and deep keel with a T-bulb on the bottom are all customizable design options that transforms one’s Delher 38 into a proper racer. The all carbon fiber rig is an especially tempting offer for the exuberant racer or winter cruiser. The high-quality saloon furniture is easy to completely remove, and the sliding nav desk is easily stowed if one really wants to embrace the racing lifestyle. The Dehler 38 has a flush-deck traveler, which is nice in that you don’t have to worry about tripping over anything on your way from the cabin to the dual helms. The transom flips down to make a ramped exit for access to the dock

or water, a feature that could come in handy in all kinds of situations. The interior handrails are just where you want them and run forward to aft. The handrails will be appreciated whether you’re cruising or racing in rough seas. The deck hardware is all Harken and masthead symmetric spinnaker gear is standard. The option exists to mount a sprit for an asymmetric kite if you so choose. It’s a Dehler 38 after all, it’s all up to you. You can buy your own Dehler 38 from JK3 Yachts in Seattle for a base price of $207,700. Add-on features, like the allcarbon rig, cost more.

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New & Notable Boats

Ranger Tug R27 There is just something undeniably charming about the utilitarian tug design, and the 2016 Ranger R27 is no exception. Her cabin is massive for a boat this size with generous headroom and a midship office complete with desk and chair that converts to a sleeping berth for two. The dinette table is on a hydraulic piston for effortless transformation into a berth. The galley has the features of a boat twice the R27’s size, including a sink, refrigerator, inverter, microwave, and combination propane stove and oven. What’s more, the standard bow and stern thrusters make her easily dockable, and the 8’ 6” beam makes her easily trailerable. Solar panels are available on all Ranger models, which is yet another very practical option.

She also has the deck seating and swim step to accommodate those glorious summer trips. With over 50 square feet of deck space, the cockpit allows for easy access to the 180 horsepower Yanmar diesel engine that should keep

her chugging through the seasons, rain or shine. The R27 seems like a boatload of great ideas in a very compact package. Ranger tugs are built near Seattle, Washington and a brand new 2016 R27 goes for $159,9357.

SPECS LOA: 30’ 1” • LWL: 27’ 1” • Beam: 8’ 6” Displacement: 6,950 lbs. Maximum Draft: 2” 2’ Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black): 100 gals./50 gals./30 gals. Local Dealer:

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Trident 620 The Cannes Yachting Festival World Premiere of the Trident 620 2017 flybridge from Outer Reef Yachts has passed and now we can listen to the buzz. The Trident 620 is the first in a series of European-built boats from Outer Reef, and the 620 was developed in cooperation with Setzer Yacht Architects. The sporty semi-plumb bow and spacious flybridge give her an inviting appearance. Her walk-around main deck/ pilothouse leads aft to a shaded seating area, where steps lead down to the swim platform. The flybridge is available with single or double helm options, and plenty of socializing space is standard. The hydraulic crane and tender cradle is up there as well. The buyer has three different luxury interior layout options to choose from, including a twin galley options.

The designers laud the 620’s “Tri-brid” vacuum-infused hull that is supposed to be strong and well-suited to efficient cruising in just about any conditions. The Trident 620 holds a CE Category A Unlimited Ocean classification, and Outer Reef boasts of a range of 1,500 nautical

miles with a cruising speed of eight knots with a fuel consumption of 3.9 gallons per hour. The Trident 620 also flies at 28-knot bursts when the skipper fancies. Outer Reef does not publicize their pricing, so you’ll have to make your inquiries in person.

SPECS LOA: 61’ 8” • LWL: 56’ 2” • Beam: 16’ 2” Displacement: 58,500 lbs. Maximum Draft: 4’ Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black): 800 gals./235 gals./150 gals. Local Dealer:

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Fleming 55 The Fleming 55 is a proven raised-pilothouse cruiser that was first introduced to the industry in 1986, but she has only improved with age and each successive iteration. The 2017 Fleming 55 is coming soon, much to the joy of those who seek a worthy steed for wild waters both north and south. The 2017 Flemming 55 has a purported range of 2,000 nautical miles at eight knots, yet her standard Twin Cummins QSC 500 horsepower common-rail engines allow her to attain top speeds of around 20 knots (although max sustained cruising speeds are more like 17 knots). The deep keel is designed to provide protection to running gear and stability in following seas.

The interior is offered with the optional “VIP guest stateroom” layout that features three staterooms that include a master cabin with en-suite head and shower, two hanging lockers, an emergency escape hatch, entertainment center, and more.

The 2017 Fleming 55 looks to bring a proven cruising platform into the new era, and they seem to have done as great a job as they have in the decades past. Chuck Hovey Yachts in Seattle is selling them starting at $1,998,500.

SPECS LOA: 55’ • LWL: 50’ 10” • Beam: 16’ Displacement: 68,000 lbs. Maximum Draft: 5’ Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black): 1,000 gals./300 gals./100 gals. Local Dealer:

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Back Cove 30 The 2017 Back Cove 30 weekend cruiser, which arrived to the West Coast from the shipyards of Maine, is the kind of boat that comes to mind when one thinks about a jog to the San Juans. Open gathering spaces and a smooth ride are emphasized with the design that features family-style seating in the V-berth, cabin, and the deck. The V-berth seating converts to sleeping quarters when needed. The deck seating is particularly noteworthy in that it wraps along the transom, near the swim platform, and really sets the good-time mood. Optional upgrades and highlights include the Yanmar 370

horsepower diesel engine (upgraded from the standard 320 horsepower) as well as bow and stern thrusters. Reverse-cycle AC/ heat in the cabin and an Isotherm drawer refrigerator brings the creature comforts of land with you

on the water as you easily cruise along at speeds over 26 knots. Overall, the 2017 Back Cove 30 looks like she’ll deliver years of good times. She is available from Stan Miller Yachts starting at $356,305.

SPECS LOA: 33’ 11” • LWL: 30’ 6” • Beam: 11’ 2”

We apologize to Alexander Marine USA and our readers for a few errors with regards to a write up on the Tiara 36 yacht that appeared in our July issue on page 42. The proper interior and exterior images of the vessel are displayed here. Additionally, the vessel does not feature a “hardtop flybridge,” it uses a Garmin navigation system, and the Alexander Marine USA dealership in Seattle is not called “Ocean Alexander Seattle” (its correct name is Alexander Marine Washington). The price is also to be determined and may be more than what was published.

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Prestige 500 The 2016 50’ Prestige 500 is a luxury yacht devoted to the finer things in life. She raked in a series of awards ranging from “Best Interior Design” at the World Yachts Trophies Awards at the Cannes International Boat Show to “Best Motor Yacht” at the Nautical Design Awards in Milan when she first appeared in 2011. She’s a beauty, a French-made pageant winner who is now plying Pacific Northwest waters. The spacious interior contains three staterooms and two enclosed heads, while the galley in the back of the saloon opens to the cockpit that was made to entertain. The master stateroom is accessed via the saloon and opens up to the cockpit on the flybridge. Bose surround sound system, a pop-up TV, and

a washer/dryer are all there to entertain and comfort. Of course she is decked-out with radar, GPS, chartplotters, and VHF. Other features include a dinghy garage and open flybridge with seating around a teak table. She is powered by dual Volvo IPS 600 diesel engines that each deliver

435 horsepower, and steerage is tackled by with joystick controls. She cruises at 24 knots and maxes out at 29 knots. The 50’ Prestige 500 seems to demonstrate that beauty and strength go hand in hand. The yacht is available from Sundance Yacht sales from $1,109,655.

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rates into segments that fit together into an easily transported 3’ 6” bundle. The segmented kayak allegedly performs in calm and choppy waters just like its other hard-shell brethren and is loaded with classic features like two large, watertight hatches and two watertight bulkheads. Deck rigging keeps those odds and ends in place and the adjustable footpegs will accommodate just about anybody. The Pakayak Bluefin 14 is rudder-ready as well if that’s your thing. What’s more, the Mac Daddy wheeled backpack is made specifically to carry the Pakayak Bluefin 14 when it is packaged for a trip to the islands or to the airport. The

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If you’re like us, it’s just a matter of time before those little scratches and chips on the deck start to drive you out of your mind. Do you really have to sand down, prime, and paint the entire scratch? What about those annoying little indentations or old drill holes that pockmark the cockpit like boat acne? MagicEzy 9 Second Chip Fix is your new best friend. This ready-to-use, colored filler is made to repair small holes, chips, and gouges on fiberglass, gelcoat, ceramics, and stone. No mixing or additional tools are required, simply flush out the target area with soapy water, let dry, and apply the filler. It really is that easy. MagicEzy 9 Second Chip Fix is available at Fisheries Supply for $21.24.


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Pawz Pet Dog Ladder // $204.00 The pooches of the world love hitting the water as much, if not more, than we do, and playing fetch when the boat is swinging on the hook in some corner of the San Juans is one of life’s great joys. But some boats are harder than others for Fido to board, and to struggle with a wet dog over a high freeboard is a recipe for injury. The Dog Boat Ladder from Pawz Pet Products is an excellent choice, especially

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Weems & Plath Instruments // $65.99 - $663.99 The nautical look brings certain old-world elegance to both yacht and home, and if you want high-quality clocks or weather instruments, you should give Weems & Plath a look. The array of timepieces offers classic brassy looks and more austere, darker designs. What’s really nifty about most of the models is the round design that allows you to effortlessly place the clocks on a wood mount above the fireplace or hang them on the bulkhead. Weems & Plath has been around since 1928 and their products are nautical mainstays

in the business. The company has a foot in two worlds, one in the old and the other in the new. Weems & Plath have a look for just about any palette. Prices and designs of the clocks vary. The modern, Chrome Atlantis is a quartz clock with black color design and flag dial instead of numbers. The more classic Orion has the traditional brass and numbers, while the Atlantis Premiere has a bit of both worlds. Check out the selection for yourself at weems-plath.com. Prices vary from $65.99 to $663.99.


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Xtratuf Boots for Women // $129.99 There are plenty of women who are into recreational boating and the maritime industry, and they are sick and tired of having to deal with work boots that are made to a man’s foot shape. The iconic brand Xtratuff must’ve heard their cries, looked at the calendar, saw it was 2016, and have now released their Women’s 15” Legacy Boot, their first Xtratuf with women’s specific sizing. The iconic Xtratuf boot needs no introduction among the working mariners of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, or even those who just want the best when it comes to foot protection at sea. They give feet the protection and support they need, no matter how foul the weather. Recreational oyster harvesters slogging through the tidal mud and commercial fishermen and women taking on the North Pacific

alike endorse the brand everyday when they slide their feet into their trusty pairs. The Women’s 15” Legacy Boot has the tried-andtrue dipped neoprene construction from top to bottom and seamless uppers that make them 100% waterproof. The improved ankle fit provides enhanced support and

the cork-cushioned insoles make for a comfortable wear. The selfcleaning, Chevron soles provide excellent traction on the mucky flats or work deck. Ladies of the sea, this could be the perfect fit that eluded you. You can pick up a pair at Fisheries Supply for $129.99.

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Dovekie is hull number 762 of the 802 Hallberg-Rassy 352s built. These very popular centercockpit cruisers are offshore capable yet small enough for daysailing, overnights or weekend sailing. Dovekie was delivered new to Japan, where she spent four years. She was sailed across the Pacific to Seattle and has since cruised the Pacific Northwest. This ageless design has been well maintained and continuously updated over the years, including recent sails, rigging, electronics, and heat. Dovekie is well found and ready for sailing the Northwest and beyond.

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Knot-a-Collar Ruffwear Knot-a-Collar // $22.95 The Ruffwear Knot-aCollar revisits the traditional dog collar with a rugged, low-profile design and a utilitarian focus. The reflective rope keeps dogs visible in low-light conditions and the all-metal hardware keeps things together. The sliding fisherman knots are adjustable for a customized fit. The anodized aluminum V-ring provides a secure leash attachment point and a silicon “tag silencer” keeps the jingling of the tags to a minimum. The collar fits a neck that is 14-20 inches, so it’s worth giving your dog a hug with the tape measure to ensure a good fit. You can get the Knot-a-Collar for $22.95 at West Marine.

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App Spotlight Ropin’ the Wind // $2.29 (Android), $1.99 (iOS) For the wind-hunters among us, the calm summer days can be a real drag. Where is the wind? The sailor sighs and reaches for the rum. The kiteboarder spreads out the beach towel. But you’re not a quitter, you pull out your phone and consult the Windfinder app to make the most out of your day. Windfinder draws from real time observations from more than 18,000 weather stations and fore-

casts for more than 40,000 locations worldwide. Wind speed and direction, air temperature, clouds, precipitation, air pressure, and wave height, period, and direction are all there. User-friendly features like configurable units, display options, and lists of favorites make the data your own. The pro version includes hourly weather prediction models

for Europe, North America, and Egypt. It’s always windy somewhere, it’s up to you to find where. The basic version of Windfinder is $2.29 forAndroid and $1.99 from the Apple Store.

Knot-icle Knowledge // iOS, $4.99 Are you sick of the sea salts one-upping you with their old-school knowledge? Sure, you’ve got the bowline down (most of the time), but a Carrick Bend? A Stevedore knot?! Give me a break, old-timer! Thanks to the Animated Knots by Grog app for iOS, just

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shopping items to be purchased. The trip and maintenance logs keep records of your past activities, and the fuel and expense log helps keep track of where your dollars are going. What’s more, you can share your logs and lists with fellow crewmates and even assign tasks. Your kid isn’t doing anything, send him off to the grocery store and chandlery with the Boatrax to-do list. You’re in control now. The app is free for iOS 7.0 or later.

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Local Pride, Tea Towel Edition Oliotto Tea Towels // $19.95

Tea towels and local pride usually aren’t two things that you see in the same sentence, yet here we are. Oliotto’s tea towels feature favorite imagery ranging from International District dragons to the Koolhass-designed Seattle library. A Greenlake-specific towel features iconic sights like stroller moms and sunning turtles, while the Ballard one has farmer’s market buskers and Edith Macefield’s house (popularized in the Pixar movie Up!). If you want to give a friend a slice of Seattle in tea towel form, these are your go-to gifts. What’s more, these flour sack towels with locally inspired designs are screen printed right in the Emerald City on 28” by 28” crisp white 100% cotton flour sack material. The nice thing about flour sack fabric is that it is lint-free and dries very quickly. They are available at Mrs. Cook’s for $19.95.

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A proper boat owner doesn’t just want a clean boat, he or she wants a boat that shines. The difference between dull-looking bowrails and those that gleam in the summer sun is merely an application of Seapower Metal Polish away. Seapower Metal Polish easily cleans most metals that suffer from severe oxidation, corrosion, or stains. Stainless steel, chrome, brass, copper, aluminum, and magnesium are all fair game. Additionally, Seapower Metal Polish removes scratches from plastic, plexi-glass, and Lexan. Simply shake and/or stir before use, apply to surface liberally with a soft cloth, and rub. Voila! You can order 8 ounces of Seapower Metal Polish for $10.30 at Fisheries Supply.

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Capture the Moment Intova HD2 Camera

Be the Captain Hatteland Displays The days of hunching over old charts or squinting at poorly pixilated display screens are dead, and Hatteland displays are holding the smoking gun. Hatteland is a Norwegian company that manufacturers displays and computers for navigation for the maritime industry. Not only does the company handle displays for recreational yachts, but commercial shipping companies and international navies are also regular clients. If you want endorsements, you’ve got them. Hatteland’s most physically impressive design is the recently released 55-inch Multi Vision Display that essentially turns a chart table into an electronic interface. The highresolution 4K display has a pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160, and also sports practical features including a UHD Display Port and HDMI and DVI inputs. The LED backlight technology will keep the images clear and crisp, while 100% full dimming capability is made to cope with the night. The unit comes with several mounting options that include a console, wall mount, flat desk, and adjustable floor stand choices. The adjustable floor stand is a motorized pedestal that can be used to bring the display to the exact height and angle desired for the user. The 55-inch 4K monitor can respond to as may as 40 points of touch, which can make plotting a course a team activity. What’s more, one can opt for an integrated PC to turn the display into a fully functioning computer. You may very well forget you’re skippering a yacht to Alaska and try to hail Starfleet.

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Hatteland has more options to suit nonsuper yacht owners. For example, their 32-inch, high-resolution 4K display is essentially the smaller version of the 55-inch with similar capabilities and mounting options. Both displays are radar compliant to make viewing the obstacles on your course as easy as it gets. The company’s newest product is the Panel Computer Series X, which comes in both 13.3-inch and 7-inch models. The Series X is a versatile line of displays integrated with PC units that are made to be rugged and easy to use. Hatteland units are all optically bonded liquid crystal displays (LCD’s). The clear appearance of LCD screens is largely due to the characteristic of human binocular vision to view color contrast. For example, this is more visible than that due to the page color of Northwest Yachting. With regards to LCD and human sight, the optical unit is defined as contrast ratio (CR). CR is simply the ratio of light color luminance divided by the dark color luminance. In other words, a display may have a white luminance of 50.00 cd/m2 (candelas per meter squared) and the black luminance of 1.0 cd/m2, resulting in a CR of 50:1. As a general rule, the human eye cannot see the differences in contrast below a CR of 5:1, or beyond a CR of 100:1. The Hatteland 55-inch Multi Vision Display purportedly costs around $20,000 with the power stand but without the built-in PC. For more information and pictures, check out hatteland-display.com.

R2AK 2016 is over, but the race will live on thanks to the images taken by the HD2 marine-grade action camera from Intova. The compact design of this little unit hails from Hawaii and is meant to withstand harsh conditions and ocean depth of up to 330 feet. One reason the camera is so hardy is that the HD2 is built into the waterproof housing, unlike other cameras (like GoPros) that rely on an external housing to stay dry. What’s more, the 8-megapixel camera can take high-definition 1080p video at 30 frames per second. The 12x digital zoom with the wide-angle lens will help you capture those actions shots you seek. The HD2 has a built in LED light that serves as both an underwater video light, photo flash, and flashlight. The rechargeable Li-Ion battery gives the HD2 two hours of life, and the fact that it is removable makes swapping out a used battery for a fresh one a piece of cake. The wrist-mounted remote control means one can film and snap pics from a distance with the click of a button. The variety of mounting accessories available means you can mount the camera on a bowrail or a helmet, whatever you need. The Intova HD2 marine grade camera is $249.99 a piece and available at intova.net.

Link to the Future Evinrude E-Tec G2 e-Link

Evinrude owners, both current and future, rejoice, for the NMEA 2000-compatible Evinrude E-Tec G2 outboard E-Link hardware and app system is here. The E-Link is essentially an electronic super-gauge for Evinrude outboards that has even more features than a fixed dashboard system. The NMEA 2000 Wi-Fi gateway puts all G2 gauges, calibrations, and fault codes into Evinrude’s free E-Link app. This means that you get all the data from your hardworking Evinrude motor while you’re underway, even if you have a multiple-outboard system. The really exciting thing about the E-Link is that it is open-source. Evinrude is seeking to integrate your outboard with multifunction displays from manufacturers ranging from Furuno to Simrad with your devices at no additional cost. This means that your engine rpm, fuel flow, trim position, oil level, battery voltage, water depth, and more is available just about anywhere. Trip logs assist boaters with fuel consumption and distancetravelled calculations, and the ability to send engine data to the nearest dealer or service team are just a few of the useful features. What’s not to like? The price is around $360 and more information is available at evinrude.com.


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Mars Mission Sproat Lake, British Columbia – You can see a lot of unique things in the waters of the Pacific Northwest, but few are as unusual as the Martin Mars. Designed by the Glenn L. Martin company as a patrol bomber, flying boats like the Martin Mars were being outmoded by ground-based, longrange bombers like the Boeing B-29 by the time the Martin Mars entered service in late 1943. Ultimately seven Martin Mars aircraft were built as transports. Many were scrapped after their military careers, but the remainder were bought by Canadian company Forest Industries Flying Tankers and became firefighting water bombers that operated from British Columbia to Mexico. In 2006, the remaining pair of Mars water bombers, the Hawaii Mars and the Philippine Mars, were purchased by Coulson Air Tankers of Port Alberni, British Columbia. After several years of flying somewhat infrequently, they got airborne again in July, and the Hawaii Mars is seen here on a high-speed taxi test just before her first takeoff of 2016. The Mars is the largest active flying boat in the world and, with a Wingspan 83 feet longer than a standard Boeing 737, she's a sight to behold!

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Searching for the Sly Dog It occurred to me recently that most Pacific Northwest salmon anglers are expected to be walking the streets like zombies by the end of this month thanks to a short two-month king salmon season. As most of us recognize, the shortened summer fishing opportunity is driven by record setting poor coho salmon forecasts this year, thanks to Mother Nature’s survival whack on last year’s pasturing coho salmon. Sorry Vern, it is what it is. Don’t look for me in zombie land as I detect great Chinook fishing this month with a few cards up my sleeve for September. Yes sir, I will respond to a radio call looking for the Sly Dog. While July took this angler to Port Angeles on the chinook salmon opener (July 1) followed by an awesome annual trip to Tahsis for kings, lings, and flatties, it was Neah Bay that reminded me how much I love salmon fishing in the Pacific Northwest. I believe it’s the gin clear shallow water around Cape Flattery, with the surge of the surf washing over intimidating rock outcroppings that give me goose bumps. Big fat king salmon live in this environment during the weeks of July too, cruising the shallow water in and out of the kelp beds and inhaling baitfish like a commercial vacuum cleaner. I don’t get to my fishing rod as quickly as I did nearly 40 years ago, but for a relic, I can still get there as fast as you can say king salmon!

I don’t get to my fishing rod as quickly as I did nearly 40 years ago, but for a relic, I can still get there as fast as you can say king salmon! Returning from my king salmon Mecca better known as Neah Bay within the last 10 days, I’ve got my sights now set on a couple of big time Chinook fisheries this month: the lower Columbia River and Willapa Bay. These two fisheries, at least for this salmon fishing junkie, represent the king salmon world series for 2016. Much has been written and spoken about the Buoy 10 fishery, which encompasses Columbia River waters a few miles above the Megler-Astoria Bridge down to the river’s mouth. For example, if you want an in-depth analysis of how to be successful in this fishery, find a June/July edition of the Salmon-Steelhead Journal which dedicates significant detail providing the formula to catch king salmon.

I like the run-timing of mid-August in the Buoy 10 region and my preference is to fish in the ocean north, in front of Long Beach in 25-40 feet of water. It’s a no brainer fishery, especially if the ocean is friendly and massive schools of anchovy are present. Big Chinook salmon plow through these schools of baitfish like a four-lane road grader on I-5. Got a visual? Feel free to scoop up a few crippled anchovies while you’re there as it really works great for the final topping on a combo pizza. The technique to be successful can be provided in a fishing seminar by a third grader. Pick your favorite diver, attach a 6’ to 7’ tandem hook leader and thread on an anchovy or herring, plug or whole and you are in business. If it spins (versus rolls), stand by for a take down. Trolling speed does not matter, in fact, the faster (three to four knots) the better. Tight drag, boat in gear, 13-15 pulls (two feet per pull) and slamaramma! Wow, you’re an expert! In the Columbia, it’s not quite that easy, but relative to most other Chinook fisheries in this region of the country, it’s simplistic. Fundamentally, I like the “wing walls” on the Washington side of the river early in the flood tide which begins about two hours after low water. Green navigational markers are attached to the southern-most pilings and are numbered 1-7. I prefer trolling upstream, riding this early flood tide, using a diver and a chrome Kone Zone at 17 pulls. Some anglers prefer to hold their position, facing downstream into the oncoming current. The king salmon are at mid-depth, having entered the Columbia about one mile downstream and are migrating upriver. Once the tide has completed about half of its incoming cycle, I’ll move upstream to the Desdemona flats, immediately below the Megler-Astoria Bridge or continue above the bridge to the Blind Channel. The Blind Channel is simply a term applied to several underwater channels where Chinook frequent migrating upstream. This part of the fishery transfers to sliding heavy drop sinkers, anywhere from eight to 16 ounces, and for some anglers upwards of 24 ounces. Yep, heavy artillery and I hope you’ve been working out with weights for the last six months. It is just like fishing with a car bumper on the end of your string. Remember, the Columbia River king salmon forecast is pushing a million fish this summer, for the fourth year in Continued on Page 86

Tony Floor is Director of Fishing Affairs for the Northwest Marine Trade Association(NMTA) and a former 30-year veteran of the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDWF.) You may subscribe to receive monthly Tony’s Tackle Box in your email by visiting: northwestsalmon-derbyseries.com

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On Watch By Peter Schrappen

Politics: It’s all in tightening the slack I don’t know about you, but when I think about setting a course for a big boating trip, I can easily get overwhelmed. So many fun options exist in the Northwest that it’s hard to maximize time and see everything, all the while realizing that time is the most precious of all resources. Of course, you can (and do) turn to Northwest Yachting. There are Seattle Boat Show seminars, cruising guides, other magazines, online forums, and yacht and boating club groups to name just a few resources out there. There’s no shortage of information for fun. Information for boating abounds, but then again, information for every trend, fad, hobby, and lifestyle exists like no other time in human history. The same can be said for political information. What’s maddening is that with so much information out there on government affairs, it’s not as if we have reached a Golden Age of Political IQ levels. Flip through the TV channels, look online, walk through a bookstore (if you can find one) and you will see the unbridled coverage of politics, begging the question: Shouldn’t we be more adept about the goings-on at the national and local levels? If you have eavesdropped on your fellow citizens at the barber shop, then you know that we ain’t exactly seeing the second coming of the Enlightenment. It’s such a paradox: With so much data, we should be getting smarter. Sadly, if you ask the experts, we, as a society, are getting dumber when it comes anything from naming a Supreme Court justice to our U.S. senators. The positive news is that while others aren’t paying attention or are parroting the talking points of their favorite left or right-wing media personality, we can get out in front and set ourselves apart as resources. I’m a big subscriber to the thinking around the book Influentials: One American in Ten Tells the Other Nine How to Vote, Where to Eat, and What to Buy by Edward Keller and Jonathan Berry. It’s a pretty straightforward concept. Spending more time on politics will elevate you within your circle of friends, fellow churchgoers, and family, and since you care about boating so much that you are reading a government affairs column in a boating magazine; that is a good thing for our shared point of view. Boating means business — a $3.2 billion business for Washington be exact. Getting up to speed (and then getting ahead of the news cycle) on current campaign events is a lot like finding the next boating or fishing hot spot. Key into what keen influentials are saying by watching the same shows they do. Just like the best fishing advice is to “fish where the fish are,” the best way to improve your political IQ is to figure out where they congregate online. The good news is that there are few shortcuts out there. Let’s take national politics. If you feel like this year is the one

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that you are going to get a better grip on the elections and the candidates, keep reading. First, consider watching the speeches of the nominees of the Republican and Democratic Parties at their respective conventions. At this point, YouTube will be your best bet to see them if you missed the conventions. As my teachers in school would say, there’s no replacement for primary sources of information. Stripped of interpretation, your mind is left to decide on its own what to think and believe. Keep in mind that conventions are simply political theater at its finest. Unlike conventions of yesteryear, today’s conventions are all about drama and narratives (not backroom

What’s maddening is that with so much information out there on government affairs, it’s not as if we have reached a Golden Age of Political IQ levels. deals and negotiations). The media need something to fill the airspace during the slow summer months and these conclaves are the perfect story-generating machines. As the weeks go along, download the podcasts of “Meet the Press.” While you clean the galley, put in some ear buds and hear what top talking heads and key party leaders are saying from week to week. Apprehend politics on your time, not the networks’ schedule. Like conventions, networks are dinosaurs -- relevant yet antiquated. If reading is your thing, pay close attention to Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire (politicalwire.com). One more for your list is Nate Silver of “FiveThirtyEight” (fivethirtyeight.com) fame. In the last couple of election cycles, he has distinguished himself as the “go to” on polling and, more importantly, predictions based on polling. You can find him at espn.com (yes, that ESPN) and you will enjoy his writing and his team’s perspective. But wait, you are not done quite yet. Are you on Twitter? If so, find me (@peterschrappen1), and go through the writers I’m following. Why Twitter? Well, each entry is limited to 140 characters, which is surprisingly the perfect amount to get you to the head of the class. Plus, there are links to timely articles, books, and video. Continued on Page 86

Peter Schrappen is the NMTA’s Government Affairs Director and the Clean Boating Foundation’s Executive Director. Additionally, he serves on boards of the Boating Safety Advisory Council, the Washington Boating Alliance and the U.S. Superyacht Association.


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Neptune’s Feast Salmon and crab seasons are in full swing and our favorite meals are bountiful. With the nice weather and the bounty, now is a good time to put together a delicious seafood stew, bouillabaisse, garlicky crab spaghetti, salmon and cod chowder, or a delicious cioppino! So drop the pots, wet a line, and make a run to the local island farmers market for a fun dinner anytime. Salmon is easy to prepare, either whole, on the bone, or in filets, but crab requires a bit more work after the catch. The ingredients for chowders and stews are almost the same: potatoes, onions, garlic, tomatoes, celery, herbs, bay, and white wine. A stew of fish or shellfish is somewhat generic and can be modified based on the ingredients you have on hand. A chowder generally starts with a dice of onions and celery, a bit of garlic, even bacon, then the recipe can be varied from there. The term chowder comes from the old French term of chaudiere which refers to the try pot fishermen used on the docks to cook up a communal stew at the end of a

day of fishing. So a chowder would be appropriate for us on our boats, sharing with friends! It is best to clean and cook crab immediately after catching, crab degrades and loses mass as they sit in tanks or buckets live. The best way to cook crab is to use very clean seawater, or very heavily salted water. The reason to use salty water is that the high mineral content of the water helps the crab hang on to their sweet flavor. Once the water hits a high boil, drop one crab in for every gallon of water, and cover immediately. It is important that the water come back up to a boil quickly. Once boiling, cook the crabs 15 to 20 minutes depending on the size, then immediately plunge the crab into ice water to cool and stop the cooking. The crab can be dried, wrapped, and stored this way in the freezer. An old friend of the family, Al, ran the gas dock at Roche Harbor for years, and we used to stay on Pearl Island where he lived with his wife. Many a summer night was spent enjoying Al’s crab catch from the freezer. It was delicious and made for great memories. Continued on Page 86

Northwest Seafood Stew

Salmon and Cod Chowder

2 tablespoons olive oil 5 large cloves garlic, sliced thin 1 yellow onion, cut in half and slice 1/4” thick 1 large leek (white and pale green parts only), halved lengthwise, cut into rings – optional 3 stalk celery, cut into 1/4” slices One 28 oz can whole peeled tomatoes 1 cup clam juice 1 cup dry white wine 1-2 pints of water 1/ cup Italian parsley, rough chopped 2 6 leaves of basil, sliced thin 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes 1 lb small clams, well scrubbed 1 lb mussels, debearded and scrubbed 1 lb salmon filet, cut into large cubes 1 whole crab, cleaned and cracked

2 tablespoons butter 2 cups yellow onion, 1/2” dice 1 1/2 cups celery, 1/2” diced 1 pound white potatoes, peeled, cut into 1/2-inch cubes 1 bay leaf 1 cup white wine 2 cups bottled clam juice 1 1/2 pounds thick cod fillets, cut into 3/4” squares 1 1/2 pounds salmon filet, cut into 3/4” pieces 1 cup half and half 1/ cup whipping cream 2 Salt and freshly cracked pepper 1/ cup fresh dill, rough chopped 4

Optional: You can also add spot prawns, rock fish, cod, and/or rock shrimp Heat the olive oil in a large pot, add the yellow onions, leek and celery, sweat until soft over medium heat. Increase the heat, add more oil if necessary and add the garlic in the center of the pan and allow to toast. Once the garlic starts to brown, quickly add the white wine and allow to deglaze. Once reduced a bit, add the clam juice, juice from the tomatoes, tomatoes, some of the parsley and two cups of water; allow to simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. Adjust the seasoning with salt, black pepper, a pinch of fennel seeds (optional) and pepper flakes. The red pepper adds the heat, so add to your liking. The stew can be turned off at this point and held until dinner. Once you are ready to eat, increase the heat on the stew to a simmer, add the clams, then mussels. Cover and cook for 5 minutes, then add the crab and salmon. Simmer for another five to ten minutes. Adjust the consistency with water, and adjust the seasoning at the same time. Serve the stew in flat bottomed bowls with some of each of the seafoods, a healthy serving of broth, garnish with parsley and basil, a drizzle of oil, and a crusty loaf of bread.

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In a medium pot, melt the butter and add the onions and celery. Season with salt and pepper, and add the bay leaf. Allow to simmer until the onions start to color. Once the onions have cooked down, deglaze with white wine, add the potatoes, clam juice, and half and half. Simmer on low for ten to fifteen minutes or until the potatoes are just tender, adjust the seasoning, and add the cream. Salmon and cod and cook on low for another five minutes. Check the seasoning again and fold in the fresh dill. Serve in warm bowls with a dollop of sour cream and a sprig of dill.

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DOWNTOWN S E AT T L E ’ S S U M M E R S U N S E T S A I L I N G S E R I E S Words: Doug Hansen Founded in 2004 with the simple objective of getting more people out on the water on their boats, the Downtown Sailing Series seems to have hit on something special. Every Thursday during the summer, boats of all shapes and sizes begin with a tour of Elliott Bay and end with a BBQ on the Elliott Bay Marina lawn that overlooks the stunning Puget Sound vista. The event welcomes cruisers, racers, non-racers, and the entire spectrum of Northwest sailing is represented. Everyone from the purebred racing machines to the family day boats participate in the fun. With the number of boats swelling each year, the series is now one of the most well-attended weekly events in Seattle, and it’s not hard to see why. The race course is set up to make the most of the light summer breeze. Starting at the Elliott Bay Marina breakwater, racers head

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Photos: Alex Kwanten east toward the downtown waterfront via a turning mark placed off Myrtle Edwards Park. The fleet then heads south along the waterfront to a mark just off the Seattle Aquarium on pier 59. Big puffs of wind roll along the piers and big moves have been made by those brave enough to cut in close. Leaving the city behind, boats head west to a buoy set below Magnolia Bluff. After rounding the final mark, the fleet heads for the finish line off Elliott Bay Marina breakwater. The simple course makes for easy and safe sailing by limiting the odds of boats crossing paths while providing plenty of opportunities for the competitive sides of people to shine through. Once the on-the-water race is finished, the race to the party begins at the Seattle Yacht Club Elliott Bay Outstation. Crews and friends gather on the lawn and watch the sunset over Olympics with beer and wine provided by sponsors. Thursday night sailor Joe Russell claims “the race to the hotdog line is the Continued on Page 62

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real battle,” and, with over a hundred people in attendance each week, he is not wrong.

The SHow MUST GO ON!

Sailboats of all shapes and sizes are welcome.

“The Downtown Sailing Series is such an important part of our summer, to connect with friends and partners, to come together. It’s just a big, giant festival.”

The race stands apart in more than just location. “The regatta will be governed by the simple rule that fun rules,” and “There will be no contact between vessels,” are the only limitations. The event has two starts, one for those keen on racing around the course and another cruising class for crews who don’t need to push the limits of boat speed. This relieves a lot of the stress for new sailors who are not fully comfortable with the racing rules of sailing, rules which I might add even the best sailors misinterpret or misuse. This relaxing format helps to open up the somewhat closed world of sailboat racing to anyone and everyone who is interested in fleet sailing. With weekly prizes drawn out of a hat, it’s difficult for even the most serious racer to not relax and enjoy the evening. The unintimidating atmosphere is a wonderful introduction to the basics of sailing and racing. Perhaps the most important rule, other than the one about contact between boats, is that the show must go on. “If in the event of little or no wind, the race will not be cancelled – use your engine to navigate the course.” This rule is a standout from all other sailboat racing, and makes for a very fun motorboat race around the course when the wind quits. From start to finish the objective of being a safe and fun event is beautifully executed.

Sailing is contagious

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Glen Bonci has been taking his boat Meridian to the series nearly every week since 2005. With 20-25 people onboard each week, the focus is on fun and just enjoying time on the water. “The Downtown Sailing Series is such an important part of our summer, to connect with friends and partners, to come together. It’s just a big, giant festival,” says Bonci. Last summer, Bonci estimates that over 150 different people have come out sailing with him on Meridian for the series. “The joyousness of getting together and sailing becomes more fun the more people there are.” Five to six great sailors keep the boat under control and safe. Everyone else is free to relax while having a glass of wine and bonding in the fresh air. For Bonci, the success of the series is a direct result of the commitment of the staff at Elliott Bay Marina who make it so easy for people to come out and enjoy themselves. When not sailing on Thursday night, Meridian is a common sight around Elliott Bay and the coves around Bainbridge Island. Over the years, Meridian has become a cornerstone of the series and Bonci claims that it is truly “part of the Seattle experience.” Bonci sums up why sailing is so special to him and his


family. “Something about the water where you have to be in the moment, it’s the time when you are able to forget.” This excitement is echoed through many other boats and familiar faces and is not hard to come by each week.

CRuising for a Cause: The Leukemia Cup To kick off the summer each June, Elliott Bay Marina hosts the Leukemia Cup Regatta. What began in 2005 as a fundraiser event, the one-day weekend regatta has morphed into one of the largest charity sailing events in the Pacific Northwest. The event attracts a lot of the same boats and crews that are regulars for the weeknight series as well as several from the local racing fleet. Following the same racecourse and rules as the Downtown Sailing Series, the fundraiser brings sailors and friends out of the woodwork with an entry list of well over a hundred boats. This year alone over $158,000 was raised, and throughout the event’s history has raised over $1,500,000 to support blood-borne diseases. More than simply a fundraiser, it’s a way for patients and survivors to get out on the water and take part in the event and is a truly special experience for both guests and sailors to remember the day. As with the Thursday night series, the day comes to a close with a party on the lawn filled with smiles and sunburns. A tiki-themed party with a fantastic band, prizes for both the racing, and more importantly the fundraising, finish out the day. I would recommend that anyone with a sailboat put the Leukemia Cup Regatta on their calendar, for it’s not just a good cause, it’s also a lot of fun.

Entrants large and small prepare for the race.

Smoke and Kyrnos face off, a TP52 vs. a Barnett 56.

BUilding a Larger Sailing Community The series and Leukemia Cup both serve as an excellent avenue for local companies to get active and involved with the boating community. Long-standing title sponsor BMW regularly has the newest auto models on hand at the BBQ and the sponsors are always happy to answer any questions. In addition to the title sponsors, weekly sponsors donate prizes and support the event. Many local marine companies get involved, and it is a fantastic way for them to give back to the sailing community all the while promoting their services and meeting with their customers face to face. With the same sponsors returning year after year and the continued support of the sailing community, it’s a good example of what a well-run and well-managed event looks like. While the sponsorship is key to supporting an event like this, at the end of the day it is still a labor of love for Dwight Jones and his staff at Elliott Bay Marina.

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Event manager Brandon Baker tells us, “We love seeing boats go out and be used; it’s a not-for-profit situation to help support sailing in the Northwest.” As the event has grown over the years it has begun to attract more and more boats, but it has stayed true to plan and shows very little sign of changing any time soon. One insider tip for those who want a bird’s-eye view of the event is to check out the Space Needle webcam at spaceneedle. com/webcam. You can view past panoramas of races to zoom in on the boats of close friends, bright spinnakers, and jaw dropping racers that fly the course faster than the wind. The webcam may even be a tempting tool for crews looking to improve. The Downtown Sailing Series is the perfect place for the active racer to kick back and enjoy an evening on the water as well as for the novice sailor to begin the steps of learning to race, or just a great way to use the family boat through the summer. With time commitments and busy schedules, sometimes it’s nice to just go for a boat ride along the waterfront with friends. The Downtown Sailing Series has found its niche in the Pacific Northwest sailing community and it is well worth the time to come out and take part in the fun.

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The locally famous TP52 Smoke heading for the end of the course.

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For maritime enthusiasts and their curious (or tolerant) friends and family, the calendar is marked up not only with the normal swath of birthdays and national holidays, but boat shows, too. A good boat show, such as the upcoming Boats Afloat Show, can be one of the few things that make gruff sea salts skip about the dock like high schoolers picking out prom dresses. Boats Afloat, slated for September 14 to 18 on South Lake Union, Seattle is a Pacific Northwest mainstay that gives locals something to look forward to as the summer weather passes. All the action happens on 901 Fairview Ave N., and there is something for all ages from the five-year-old niece to grandpa. “This year the Boats Afloat show is going to have more to offer than ever!” says Bonnie Robertson, the Executive Director of the Northwest Yacht Brokers Association, who is the mastermind of the event and Director of the Boats Afloat Show. “Everything you can imagine will be down here. This is our 38th Boats Afloat Show. We started out of Shilshole Bay Marina in 1978 and moved to South Lake Union about 10 years later. The Northwest Yacht Brokers Association is made up of about 300 members representing dealers, brokers, services, insurance, finance… just about everything you need to get a boat or get into boating.” The Boats Afloat Show, which is made possible by the presenting sponsor Global Marine Insurance Agency and official sponsors Banana Belt Boats & Yachts and MTI Worldwide Logistics, is aptly named, for new and used vessels of all shapes and sizes will be on display at the docks for all to see. Robertson estimates a total

boat count of around 250 that range in size from 18 to 90 feet in length. What’s more, boatyards, marinas, resorts, and other service industries will be represented for those owners who are still looking for “their guy” for that upcoming bottom job. Also, one cannot overlook all the cool gizmos and latest gear that will bring the Christmas-came-early light to any boater’s eyes at company booths and tables. The event is kicked off with an exclusive VIP Night, sponsored by Pacific Maritime Title, LLC, on September 13, the Tuesday before the official show begins. The VIP Night serves as a sort of insider previewing of the show and a mingling event that goes from 1600 hours to 2000 hours. There are typically 1,000 people in attendance to enjoy the enhanced displays, wine and cheese, live music, and special guests. Tickets are not available to the public, but there are ways to get them if you know somebody. “This is a really fun night to connect with your broker or meet new people in the industry, as well as to see what we have on display,” says Robertson. “We’ve been blessed with beautiful weather every year for our VIP Night. I’d encourage people to ask their broker for tickets.” The rest of the Boats Afloat Show, September 14 to 18, is when things really get going as the docks open to the public. Weekday hours are 1100 hours to 1800 hours while weekends are 1000 hours to 1800 hours, and there is something for the whole family. Boats Afloat has made a tangible effort to include kid-friendly events, and free one-hour sailing lessons on Hobie cats are offered by the award-winning Sail Sand Point. Free 45-minute family boat rides are also available, and the Center for Wooden Continued on Page 68

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Boats and Inner Bank offer kids’ toy boat building activities. Traditionally, Boats Afloat offered seminars from nautical experts, but the event organizers are mixing things up this year and seminars were cut from the itinerary. But of course, the heart and soul of Boats Afloat are the boats themselves, and they do not disappoint. Diversity seems to be a Boats Afloat theme, from the activities offered to kids to the wide array of boats on display. “We advertise that it [Boats Afloat] is not just another yacht show. We have smaller ski boats for the active lifestyle and more as well,” says Robertson. Indeed,

of this writing, there are whispers of what’s to come that we have confirmed. The 2016 Jeanneau 54 sailing yacht, featuring a performance hull with large rectangular hull ports and an injection molded deck that purportedly weighs more than 30% less than a standard deck, is one of the boats making a splash. Regency Yachts will display their 2017 Premiere series, including the P63 Open Bridge and P65 Hardtop Motoryacht power yachts, and the Seattle Boat Company will exhibit the exciting Sundancer 330. Malibu Boat’s new M235 will be arriving as well, and looks ideal for the watersport enthusiast who is looking for a

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The new 2016 Sundancer 330 from Sea Ray will be exhibited by the Seattle Boat Company at the Boats Afloat Show and has good times written all over her. She’s sporty, she’s good looking, and she’s up to tasks ranging from towing water skiers to catching the big ones with horsepower and rod holders to go around. What’s more, the Sundance 330 sleeps up to six and the luxurious, comfortable seating

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the boat-themed wonders of the Boats Afloat Show and just want a bench with a view. Planning is always a good idea, and we have some insider tips with regards to tickets and parking. The standard day pass is $12 while a multiday pass is $18. However, a flash sale of online passes will be launched on August 17 that will save you $2 a pass if you pounce. Additionally, $5 all day weekend parking is available with maps and directions online

(boatsafloatshow.com). The Boats Afloat Show even has hotel packages available on their website for the out-of-towners who don’t want to miss out on the action. All in all, Boats Afloat 2016 is shaping up to be a fine iteration of a Seattle boat show mainstay and shows no signs of slowing down. The boating scene in the Northwest is only getting bigger and more diverse. Go have a visit this September, you’ll be glad that you did.

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Road Trip! OVER LAND AND SEA THROUGH

WA S H I N GTO n M A R i t I m E H E R I TAG E By Jonathan Schewe

Most of us Pacific Northwest maritime heritage enthusiasts have at least a passing familiarity with mainstays like Seattle’s Center for Wooden Boats, Port Townsend’s Northwest Maritime Center, Tacoma’s Foss Waterway Seaport, or Astoria’s Columbia River Maritime Museum. But if you’ve ever been to Poulsbo, spent a weekend at Long Beach and passed through Raymond on your way, or enjoyed a salmon charter out of Westport, you may have wondered about the forces that shaped those communities. Local maritime museums can help crack the code. More than merely scaleddown versions of the larger, well-known installations, these local venues focus on intriguing details that local knowledge brings to life. It’s not unusual to encounter staff that are third or even fourth generation descendants of the entrepreneurial settlers who pioneered local nautical enterprise. Also, where the larger collections are often funded by public grants, private endowments, or corporate sponsors, these local exhibits more often than not eke out an existence from small donations and volunteer efforts. These one-of-a-kind treasures need our support to remain viable. So the next time you’re ready for a road trip – by land or sea – block out some time for a visit. You’ll meet enthusiastic guides with the depth of knowledge to satisfy your curiosity about that cluster of rotted pilings, that gracefully ageing netshed, or that exquisitely restored classic workboat or yacht. You just might make a few new friends in the bargain.

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“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” - Marcel Proust This showcase of local sites and distinct personalities all, range from the sleek staging of the Gig Harbor History Museum to the understated presentation at Dockton, from the lovingly assembled collections at Poulsbo, Ilwaco, and Westport to the eye-opening visual riot at Willapa Seaport. Visits will go a long way to satisfy the curiosity of anyone who has wondered about the personalities, events, and industries that shaped the Northwest maritime heritage.

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PoulsbO MaritIme MusEUM The next time you’re in Poulsbo, dare to peek behind the curtain of Scandinavian kitsch that decorates Front Street. You’ll discover a cache of nautical history wider than a kringle and deeper than a barrel of lutefisk. A logging and farming community also supported a small but active fishing fleet, Poulsbo gained larger West Coast notoriety in when 1911 John Edward Shields formed the Pacific Codfish Company and refit a lumber schooner as a codfisher. Over the following decades Shields set numerous catch records at the Bristol Bay fishery where his boats salted fish onboard for packing and shipping from Poulsbo. During the 1933 season alone Shields’ Sophie Christenson accumulated four records: largest total catch made by one boat in one season (453,356 pounds); largest total catch made by one man on one voyage (25,487 pounds); largest catch

made by one man in one day’s fishing (1,051 pounds); and largest catch made by one ship in one day (16,581 pounds). Ronald Young, a local auto mechanic, built 900 copies of the popular recreational fishing boat sentimentally revered as the Poulsbo Boat in his basement shop. UW varsity rowing luminary and Poulsbo native son Norm Sonju captured several rowing titles in the mid-1920s and hydroplane hero Bill Muncey, passing through Poulsbo in the late 1950s, inspired the local Liberty Cup regatta that ran between 1959 and 1964. In 1953 Poulsbo hosted the 22nd International Powerboat Association cruiser race to Vancouver B.C. with 100 boats participating. In 2010 a group of volunteers including descendants of cod fishing legend J. E. Shields began the restoration of both a Poulsbo Boat and a codfish dory donated by the Seattle Museum of History and Industry. In 2012 the Poulsbo Historical

Society began to assemble a maritime/ nautical inventory. The Society leased and renovated the original Liberty Bay Bank building to house the collection. The exhibits, dedicated exclusively to Poulsbo’s maritime history, opened to the public in 2015. The lot next door was acquired as well and is in the process of being built out to provide room for restoration projects and display space for the museum’s collection of historic watercraft. The façade will resemble the bow and pilothouse of the Mosquito Fleet steamer Hyak, a onetime transportation mainstay of the community. The Poulsbo Historical Society’s main exhibits and the restored codfish dory are displayed on the second floor of the city hall building, a short walk from the maritime museum. Visitors can join a summer season guided walking tour that highlights historical places of interest.

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Neither museum nor ghost town, Dockton is unique among Northwest historical maritime destinations. Sited in 1892, Dockton was the location for the West Coast’s largest drydock at the time. A behemoth hammered together with two million board feet, this enormous drydock quickly became a draw for both hordes of spectators and maintenance-seeking watercraft that ranged from tiny Mosquito Fleet steamers to naval ships-of-the-line. For twenty years this enterprise formed the nucleus of a thriving economy that grew to include the famous Martinolich shipyard, a brickworks, and a cannery. Dockton employed hundreds of workers at its zenith, most of which commuted from Tacoma by boat. By 1909 the drydock had relocated to Tacoma, the local salmon fishery was looking

toward the sunset, and the brickyard had closed. The Great Depression of the 1930s sounded eight bells for the Martinolich yard and the remaining shipwrights migrated to Gig Harbor to work for the Skansie enterprise. The once-thriving town retired to the sleepy hamlet it is today. In 2009 a group of local citizens secured a small grant to erect ten interpretative plaques along a one mile self-guided tour that begins at the Dockton County Park and winds a circuitous route through the village. Many original structures remain and are occupied, so please respect personal property. The Dockton tour provides a pleasant, relaxing sojourn and is a great way to both stretch your legs and get a sense of local history whether you arrive by either land or water.

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HarboR HistORy MuSeUm Since the mid-1970s, exceptional efforts by a loose coalition of community organizations and grassroots campaigns have largely succeeded in preserving and promoting Gig Harbor’s maritime heritage. These initiatives established a mixed-use shoreline environment that assures a working waterfront. The iconic Eddon Boatyard (now the Gig Harbor Boatshop) was acquired from developers through an overwhelmingly approved bond issue and the seventeen remaining netsheds, the largest aggregation in Puget Sound, were preserved. Twelve of the seventeen are actively worked and the remainder are either vacant or have been repurposed. The Boatshop facility is renovated, open to the public, and supports community boatbuilding classes, restoration projects, and other educational events. During the summer a free guided walking tour sponsored by the Downtown Waterfront Alliance includes historical points of interest including an introduction to the netsheds.

WestporT MaRiTIme MusEUM & Grays HARboR LightHOuse Unlike the majority of the population settled near the relatively placid waters of Puget Sound, the citizens of Washington’s southwest coast were compelled to deal with the rigors of treacherous river and harbor bars, wicked surf, and contrary ocean currents. A survey to identify potential lighthouse locations was conducted in 1849-50 and coastal lifesaving stations were established as early as 1856. The Westport South Beach Historical Society (WSBHS) leased the Grays Harbor Coast Guard station in 1985 when the complex was deemed obsolete. The Society’s collections occupy four buildings. The main structure is devoted to exhibits of marine natural history and the history of the Coast Guard on the northwest coast including depictions of gear and strategy used in shore-based lifesaving exercises. The second floor presents exhibits of local enterprise including logging, commercial fishing, and cranberry farming. Two auxiliary structures house whale skeletons and other examples of marine life. The fourth building is reserved for the remarkable, first order Fresnel lens salvaged from the Destruction Island light. Unfortunately, the 18-foot tall specimen is not presently available for view due to continuing renovations and repairs to the lens building.

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The 1898 Grays Harbor lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse structure in Washington and the third highest elevation light on the West Coast (numbers one and two are situated on promontories), is maintained as well by the WSBHS. It remains a navigational beacon today although the original lens was retired in favor of contemporary technology. The third order lens, one of only 343 made of that design, is constructed of 156 prisms mounted in a brass frame supported by a mercury bearing. The components were shipped piecemeal from France and assembled on site. Unlike the Destruction Island lens, a climb of 135 steps will get the visitor close enough to the lens to fog a prism and meet a knowledgeable docent who can answer the most arcane questions. The light was originally built 300 feet from shore but the construction of the south Grays Harbor jetty in the early 1900s disrupted the north-flowing current which resulted in increased deposits of silt and sand. Over the years these deposits have extended the shoreline an additional 3000 feet from the light. These exhibits will inform military, maritime, and general history buffs alike. A ticket to the museum will get you a reduced admission to the not-to-be-missed Gray’s Harbor lighthouse which affords superb views of the surrounding area.

The Peninsula Historical Society launched a campaign to fund a permanent location for their collections in 1997. The Harbor History Museum opened in 2010 near the former site of a historic Coast Salish village at the mouth of the recently daylighted Donkey Creek. While not exclusively a maritime museum, a significant majority of space is devoted to the retelling of local nautical-related lore. The museum conforms to contemporary standards and offers interactive displays, rotating exhibits, and cultural events. The watercraft inventory includes a Willitts canoe, Thunderbird hull #1 (#2 is displayed at the Gig Harbor Boatshop), and Shenandoah, a 1925 65-foot seiner donated by a local commercial fishing family and available for inspection as it undergoes restoration by volunteers. If you go, be aware that the combination of historical, eating, drinking, and shopping attractions can keep you fully occupied. It’s best to reserve the better part of a day for the experience.


Columbia PAcIfIC HeritagE MuseUm Started in the early 1980s as a grassroots community effort with no funding and zero knowledge of museum management, the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum today boasts a collection of more than 23,000 artifacts. More than a dedicated nautical installation, the museum expands its coverage to include displays ranging from historic indigenous cultures to local commercial Columbia River enterprise. The maritime exhibits concentrate on local small craft such as oyster schooners, duckboats, plungers (a small sailing craft used recreationally on Willapa Bay), and a restored Monomoy Surfboat used by the U.S. Lifesaving Service at stations near the Columbia’s mouth and along the Long Beach peninsula. A fat ring-bound folder at the surfboat exhibit lists a chronology of shipwrecks and lifesaving services from 1707 to the establishment of the Coast

Guard Motor Lifeboat School at Cape Disappointment in 1968. A three-dimensional diorama depicts the practice of surf seine fishing that used horses to retrieve nets. The mezzanine level includes a permanent display featuring Gerard d’Aboville’s 1991 trans-Pacific solo rowing feat from Japan to Ilwaco. The 134-day, 6000-mile exercise included 39 capsizes. Mr. d’Aboville was the first to row solo across two oceans, having completed a similar exercise from Cape Cod to Brittany in 1980. “I did not conquer the Pacific. It let me go across,” he said. A great example of homegrown effort, the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum will provide backstory and perspective on the forces that shaped settlement on Willapa Bay, the Long Beach peninsula, and the near north shore of the mouth of the Columbia River.

WilLapA SeAPort MusEUm No matter which way the eye travels in the Willapa Seaport Museum – up, down, or sideways – its gaze meets an astonishing trove of thousands of artifacts: nautical memorabilia, paraphernalia, ephemera, and lore that could put even well-financed and professionally-staged regional exhibitions to shame. At first the visitor wonders about the connections between WW1 Ferris Ships, a re-creation of a Raymond saw filing shop, the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service (the forerunner of the Coast Guard), a coin salvaged from the galleon Atocha (which sank west of Key West during a hurricane in 1622), the restored pilothouse from a Ballardbuilt 1913 halibut schooner, or a pristine early 1900s Palmer two cylinder gasoline engine. But at tours’ end, this eclectic collection makes perfect sense when viewed as a wondrous rendition of a nautical family tree. This venue, the inspiration of inveterate collector Pete Darrah, takes the curious through a spyglass of 400 years of nautical history. A self-described army

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PlanNiNg Your Road Trip Poulsbo Maritime Museum 19010 Front Street NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 // 360.994.4943 poulsbohistory.com/poulsbo-maritime-museum

The Dockton Interpretative Trail Dockton County Park, Maury Island (Vashon) WA, Lat.47.372318 Lon.-122.453852 vashonparks.org/dockton-park

Harbor History Museum // Gig Harbor Boat Shop Harbor History Museum, 4121 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor WA 98332 // 360.994.4943 harborhistorymuseum.org Gig Harbor Boatshop, 3805 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor WA 98335 // 253.857.9344 gigharborboatshop.org

brat, Mr. Darrah began collecting at age five while his father was stationed at Port Townsend’s Fort Worden during WWII. Early on he mounted exhibitions at the Tacoma Public Library, McChord Air Force Base, and Fort Lewis. He started a military museum in Ruston, opened the Puget Sound Mariner’s Museum in Gig Harbor, and his non-profit organization helped restore the lightship Swiftsure. Ultimately, the city of Raymond offered space so Mr. Darrah designed and, with the assistance of friends and acquaintances, built this impressive attraction. Willapa Seaport shares location with the Northwest Carriage Museum that features a collection of 42 restored and beautifully displayed pre-automobile-era conveyances. The two museums provide a nice rest stop between Puget Sound and points south. For an extra treat, don’t miss the amazing Art Deco architecture of the Pacific County Courthouse in South Bend, just a few miles further on. The art-glass dome capping the rotunda is a marvel to behold.

Westport Maritime Museum // Grays Harbor Lighthouse Westport Maritime Museum, 1020 West Ocean Avenue, Westport, WA 98595 // 360.268.0078 westportmaritimemuseum.com Grays Harbor Lighthouse, 2201 Westhaven Drive, Westport, WA 98595

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ORCAS Building the Boats that make Northwest Whale Watching Happen By Peter Marsh

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For anyone who cruises on the Salish Sea, sighting otters, orcas, and whales is a memorable event that gives us a magical glimpse of these marine mammals that spend most of their lives in difficult to reach places. But for the 36 dedicated whale-watching and ecotourism businesses in the Pacific Whale Watch Association, responsible wildlife viewing is a full-time business. These companies operate from 20 different ports in Washington and British Columbia, taking about 400,000 passengers out every year to inspire interest for conservation.

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from RIBs to Catamarans The power catamarans of the eco-tourism business began in 1994 with Rigid-hull Inflatable Boats (RIBS). Now seen in every marina, the RIB was originally developed in the 1960’s by the British non-profit lifeboat society to work in the surf. The concept was picked up by scuba divers and they are now found in every marina as tenders and runabouts. Because of their low weight, RIBs are extremely fast and maneuverable. In our latitudes, every customer in a whale-watching RIB is likely to be wearing a floatation suit that serves as a life preserver and a survival suit. Prince of Whales made some waves in the industry when they announced the intention to build a 62-foot aluminum version of the RIB. Local Naval architect John Simpson worked with NAIAD Inflatables of New Zealand to engineer a hull with double-walled sides plus buoyancy collar with a beam of 18’ 4” including the halfpipe on each side. The deck plan of the Ocean Magic combined the practicality of a semi-covered vessel with the excitement of a dinghy. It was the biggest purpose-built whale watching vessel in B.C., powered by twin CAT turbo diesels turning Arneson surface drives for a remarkable 30 knots. Ocean Magic and a sister ship, Ocean Magic II, are still in service.

A decade later, the whale-watching business has continued to expand, and Prince of Whales identified a need for a bigger, more spacious, and more comfortable boat. The result is the Salish Sea Dream high-speed catamaran, with an LOA of a 76 feet and beam of 26.5 feet, launched in July that sets new standards as the biggest, most comfortable eco-cruising/whale watching vessel in the Northwest. It is also unique in being built in the USA at Armstrong Marine, Port Angeles, WA. Alan McGillivray, owner of Prince of Whales, explained that all the qualified B.C. boat builders were too busy with existing contracts to bid for the contract. Ironically, Armstrong actually began life in B.C. in 1991 and re-located to Port Angeles in 2002. They also build sport-fishing boats, and are the exclusive West Coast builder of the well-known NAIAD RIBs from New Zealand. The first thing I noticed when I visited the yard in the spring was not the smaller aluminum boats parked outside on trailers, it was the stunning skyline of the snow-covered Olympic mountains that seemed close enough to reach by a short hike. But then I found the Salish Sea Dream inside a building about the size of a tennis court with only a few feet to spare along the sides. I had seen the video of the bare

hull being rolled out and turned, but it is always a surprise to find how big these multihulls are in person. I walked through the cabin and realized that the Sea Glaze windows would actually be almost six feet tall. The bows are very tall, sharp, and impressively vertical. The keel is also perfectly straight for most of its length, with only a slight rise aft to the water-jet intakes. This is the shape that has proven to be the most effective at lowering the wake of the slender hulls and is found in all the newest designs. The draft is only 3’ 6”, so there’s no risk in getting close to shore.

The Architects The $2.5-million (U.S.) catamaran Salish Sea Dream was designed by Canadian naval architect Gregory C. Marshall based in his hometown of Victoria for over 20 years. His 20 employees work out of a vintage farmhouse in the middle of an old apple orchard, but utilize all the latest software to compute fluid dynamics to ensure the most efficient hull form. They are best known for an impressive portfolio of luxury superyachts, but also have a busy commercial craft department. For the Salish Sea Dream, Continued on Page 78

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Each business needs staff to sell the tickets, identify the wildlife, and run and maintain a small fleet of boats. This constitutes a sizable locally-based nautical industry that came as a surprise to me. It does explain how whale-watching boats have become a recognizable design type and have evolved from small inflatables to 100-foot charter vessels. One of the leaders in the development of these vessels is the artfully-named Prince of Whales, with 13 vessels and bases in Victoria and Vancouver B.C. and close to 100 staff in peak season. The company’s newest addition to the fleet, the Salish Sea Dream, is a cutting edge piece of multihull design that you may see plying Pacific Northwest waters this summer. Fast, capable vessels are vital for viewing a pod of breeching whales, and the evolution of these boats is almost as interesting as the megafauna themselves.

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the goal was combining the comfort and smooth ride of a large multihull with the intimacy of the company’s smaller whalewatching craft. They are particularly proud of their ability to utilize 3D modeling to ensure the owner stays informed during the design process and the yard has complete instructions so that all systems are fitted according to the specifications. The staff have extensive experience building and

tank-testing scale models in Vizon SciTec’s Ocean Engineering Centre in Vancouver, B.C., which specializes in testing large motor yachts. Among Greg Marshall’s many yacht designs are several NW projects, including the San Juan 38 and 48, the Westport 112 and 130, and the Pacific Mariner 85. The new catamaran may lack the ultra luxury touches of the superyachts, but it does have the edge in speed. To reach the scenic islands and channels of the Salish

Orcinus, “Of the Kingdom of the Dead” The endangered North Pacific Ocean Orcinus orca is known by many names including orca, killer whale, blackfish, and even grampus. Orcas are not actually whales at all, but rather the largest species of dolphin, and they are found worldwide from Antarctica to the Tropics although they tend to aggregate toward the biologically productive cold waters. These intelligent super predators are highly adaptable, and different populations of orcas often vary in physical appearance, feeding behavior, and even dialect. Some of these orca ecotypes are so different from their kin that they may be considered separate species someday and, like tribes of humans, do not even speak the same language. North Pacific Ocean orcas are categorized as three general types: residential, transient, and offshore. Residential orcas are the ones most commonly sighted in coastal waters of the Pacific Northwest and feed primarily on salmon, cod, and herring. Residential groups live in large, matriarchic family groups that roam relatively defined coastal territories. Transient groups are smaller, more mobile, and the family bonds are not as strong. They primarily feed on marine mammals like seals,

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and while their territories overlap with residential territories, the two groups tend to avoid each other. The offshore orcas are the most mysterious, for they are rarely seen on the West Coast before they journey far from the coast. They likely feed on sharks, schools of pelagic fish, and large whales. The North Pacific Ocean is home to three different resident populations: the Alaskan Resident, Northern Resident, and Southern Resident. The smallest and most well-known is the Southern Resident clan that frequents the inland waters of Washington State and Southern B.C. If you ever saw orcas off the ferry to the San Juans, the odds are that you saw Southern Residents. The Southern Resident clan is made up of approximately twenty individuals that form the iconic J, K, and L pods. The oldest known Southern Resident is J2, also known as “Granny,” who is estimated to be 103 years old. The Southern Resident population is currently in decline and researchers are diligently trying to find out why. Declining salmon populations, human-related toxins, and irresponsible boating behavior are all suspect. —Norris Comer

Sea and areas where whales may be visible as quickly as possible, the Dream is powered by four Volvo Penta 700 horsepower diesels to give it a fast-cruise speed of 30 knots. Sightseeing and whale watching at low speed can easily be maintained using one engine in each hull, which also supplies redundancy in the event of a mechanical failure. The MJP Ultrajet water jets were chosen for reliability, maneuverability, and protection for marine mammals. Purportedly, the water jets are both lower impact and stealthier than their propulsion counterparts. The engines are supplied by Pacific Power Group. “The Volvo Penta commercial marine engine line has expanded our ability to meet the needs of the commercial market,” said Bill Mossey, Vice President of the Washington company that represents several diesel manufacturers. “The D13 has proven to be a hardy workhorse for commercial operators with exceptional torque at low rpms and unmatched fuel efficiency and low emissions, it is the perfect engine to power the Salish Sea Dream for up close viewing of these amazing animals in their natural environment.” The four Volvo Penta D13-700 turbo diesel engines each deliver 700 horsepower at 2,300 rpm, providing faster acceleration than heavier industrial engines and a higher top speed. Pacific Power Group also supplied Volvo Penta Electronic Vessel Controls (EVC) and throttle controls to complement the propulsion system. To fit into the narrow hulls, the inner engines are located close to the transom, while the outer engines are forward to allow easy access. The engine room is fully monitored by remote sensors, with oil change interval extended to 1,000 hours. The twin fuel tanks amidships hold 500 gallons each. The light displacement of the ship is 91,700 pounds (46 short tons), full load 124,500 pounds (63 short tons). A maximum 94 passengers can be seated indoors or on deck, depending on the weather, which is expected to extend the season well into October. Anyone approaching this boat from the dock or the water will be impressed by the continuous full-height windows that create what is practically a “wall of glass” in the fullwidth superstructure. This will definitely provide unequalled viewing even if it’s raining—a meteorological condition that tourists may not have considered, but we locals are fairly familiar with. That is a challenge that Greg’s Marshall’s mentor, the late Bill Garden, overcame in many creative ways, creating elegant pilothouse yachts both sail and power. Garden finally invited Greg to do some real drafting for him in the 1970s, and that first job lasted six years and produced many of Garden’s iconic vessels. “The new vessel will be cutting-edge, with high fuel efficiency and built with customer safety as the foremost priority,” said McGillivray. “It will be a vessel built specifically for this journey and every element has been considered.” It must


Salish Sea Dream is nearing completion at Platypus Marine in Anacortes, Wa. have been quite a sight on its first trip in May when it was transported a couple of miles down Highway 101 to Platypus Marine in the Port of Port Angeles. The new boat allows Prince of Whales to offer passengers greater whale watching experiences, additional viewing opportunities, and extended tours. “It’s anything but a ferry route,” McGillivray said. There’s enough time to slow down or stop the engines completely, depending on the wildlife, geological formations, or First Nations sites, he added. The interpretive time, with the assistance of an on-board naturalist, will take up

half the trip. “It’s a ten-and-a-halfhour day,” McGillivray said. There’s enough time to slow down or stop the engines completely, depending on the wildlife encountered. I doubt anybody will object to spending more time among a pod of migrating gray whales or a flotilla of otters. The round-trip “ultimate day tour” from Vancouver ’s Westin Bayshore dock to Victoria Harbour, with a stop at Butchart Gardens, is over $300 (Canadian). Some packages available include a stop at the famous Butchart Gardens on the Saanich Peninsula north of Victoria.

The Fast and the Furious The fast passenger-only boats began as amazing commuters with speeds of 25-35 knots—double or triple that of the traditional car ferries—and the fast ferry concept quickly caught the public imagination. In the 1980’s, ferry backers liked to compare them to the oldtime mosquito fleet that connected the coastal communities in the pioneer days. Thousands of people all around the sound were convinced that this was the answer to their local problems from traffic jams at the ferry landing to economic development on main street. The idea attracted the kind of inspiration and energy that we only see today in fringe political movements. If those high hopes had been fulfilled, today we might have a fleet of high-tech water mosquito boats buzzing around the sound today, all competing for our business. But after extensive trials around Puget Sound and the Georgia Strait, they all disappeared. After a

brief life in the fast lane, issues soon arose to slow, postpone, or cancel the service like engine failure, lack of comfort, and wake damage. Sadder but wiser, the daily riders drifted back to their predictable daily date with the slow but steady car ferries, and the fast ferries were all sold off at a considerable financial loss. After years of trial and error — and more failures than I have room to list here — it appears that all those technical problems have finally been solved. But that still leaves the biggest problem — one that also faces the standard car-carrying ferries. Ticket prices never manage to cover all the costs. The latest chapter in this saga to realize the fast ferries potential can be seen operating from the Seattle waterfront at the south end of the WSF docks. It’s financed and managed by King County and called the Seattle “Water Taxi” and runs two boats — one to West Seattle and one to Vashon Island.

Most whale-watching trips don’t require much of you, but a little preparation goes a long way. You are going to sea, afterall. Consider these when you’re getting ready for your grand day out: • Warm Clothes: A windbreaker or jacket is necessary even on a nice day, for many of these eco-tourism vessels travel 30 or more knots and cool ocean breezes are the norm. Bring extra layers, there is no reason not to. Some whale watching tours are on smaller zodiacs and require the always stylish red cruiser float suits (provided). • Footwear: Flat, closed-toed shoes are always a good idea on fast moving boats with plenty of other people roaming about on board. Flip flops or high heels are not a good idea. • Sun Protection: The reflective water and salty air can really hammer your skin and eyes. Bring sunscreen and sunglasses. A brimmed hat is a good idea as well, but secure it well. Hats tend to fly off heads at high speeds. • Binoculars: Most companies won’t supply the binoculars, and you’re going to want a pair. • Camera: You should bring that camera, for National Geographicquality moments may present themselves. Just remember that you are on the water and it’s best to plan like everything will be soaked. Prepare accordingly. • Snacks: Plenty of companies provide snacks and bottled water, but it’s always best to err on the side of caution. Fill up a water bottle of your own and throw in a bag of pita chips and hummus (or whatever strikes your fancy). —N.C.

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Summer, Not Just for Kids Words: Doug Hansen // Photos: Jan Anderson Parents send eager-eyed children off to summer camp every year. But what happens when we get “too old” for camp? In 1983, a group of Northwest sailors decided that enough was enough and, over the decades, Whidbey Island Race Week has become a cornerstone of the Pacifi c Northwest sailing scene. This year, the rum tent was set up on the Oak Harbor Yacht Club lawn and

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Tesla motors was on hand with their newest off erings. Fisheries Supply had their booth decked out with all the last minute and replacement gear the fl eet would need, and Ullman sails sent out Chuck Skews from San Diego to keep everyone’s sails in order. The Ullman Sails’ crew was also out on the water each day on a chase boat keeping tabs on the racing and off ering advice and

coaching to anyone who asked. The management has put both feet forward in making Race Week a family destination and the sold-out Brenda Van Fossen, MD Kids Camp is a clear indicator of their eff orts. Nine classes were lined up and principal race offi cer Charley Rathkopf, now in his twelfth year as race offi cer, was running the show on the water July 11-15. Now

in its 34th year and with owner Schelleen Rathkopf sett ling into her second year in the role, the event continues to be the centerpiece of many sailing programs’ racing season. Monday morning came and eager boats were out early to make the most of a quick practice session before the fi rst warning. After a short postponement, the course was set for a light easterly and boats began to dial up for the starting sequence. As the fi rst few fl eets worked their ways upwind, the light easterly was overpowered by the traditional westerly afternoon thermals. The race committ ee fl ew the November fl ag to cancel the race and began resett ing a new course to send fl eets to the west into Penn Cove. As the breeze sett led in, all fl eets were able to get off one race. The swirling wind deep in Penn Cove kept everyone on their toes and allowed for big moves to be made by playing current rivers and staying “in phase” with the shifting wind. Tuesday began much the same as Monday with a postponement and many boats heading to the dock at Coupeville for lunch and ice cream. A westerly began to sett le down at 1330 hours deep in the bay and worked its way towards the waiting sailors. All fl eets were sent on a seven-leg endeavor using every buoy that the race committ ee had at its disposal. The “Z” course challenged crews by involving a tight reaching leg that took boats laterally across the race course. Crisp boat handling was key to staying in the game and many boats learned that while you normally can’t win a race on a reaching leg, you can certainly lose. The second race for the day was a simple lap and a half fi nishing downwind as the fl eet headed out of the bay and back towards Oak Harbor. Wednesday brought with it the picturesque conditions that keep sailors coming back to Whidbey Island year after year. With heavier air forecasted for the afternoon, sailors prepared for some heavy hitting wind, but as the day wore on there was none to be found. Strong current made for tough decisions at the start and the corners, allowing for several boats to pull some astonishing moves, such as James Geros’ J/105 Last Tango pulling a port tack start on the super competitive, 13boat One Design fleet. Three races rounded out the day and allowed several frontrunners


to establish strong leads while other fleets found themselves even closer than they began. Thursday morning came, and the race committ ee made the call to send the fl eet on a distance race up and down Saratoga Passage. With the wind seemingly established, the course took fl eets up Penn Cove toward a buoy set off the Coupeville dock, then back downwind to a right turn and headed south to nearly the end of Saratoga passage, and back upwind to fi nish. On Charlie Macaulay’s Farr 39 Absolutely, the crew claimed to have used every sail they had on the boat trying to make the most out of the fi ckle conditions. A game of leapfrog ensued as boats worked their ways north again toward the fi nish. There were instances when boats only feet apart sailed fully powered up in breeze to leave their neighbors behind. As the long distance race counted for double points, it was quite the shake-up in the overall standings in many of the fl eets. Onshore crews continued to compete, this time in the now-traditional Crab Cake Cook-Off . The crew of Gadzooks won for the second year in a row.

The fi nal day of race week began with the familiar sight of sunburnt sailors lounging about and the postponement fl ag fl ying over the committ ee boat. A strong fl ooding tide made playing the shorelines key as the aff ectionately named “toilet bowl” current swirl of Penn Cove took over. Hoping to complete a one and a

half lap course and sail into the marina one last time, the ambitious course was fi nally shortened at the last turning mark. The regatt a came to a close with fl eets heading back to Oak Harbor Yacht Club for the fi nal tally of results and the awards presentation. Many sailors are already marking their calendars for

another great week of sunshine and some of the best racing on the West Coast next year. Focus for the racing fl eet now turns towards fi nishing out the summer weeknight racing series and the fast approaching fall regatt as. For now, we soak up what sun we can during the long, summercamp like days we have.

Crews had their jobs cut out for them at Whidbey Island Race Week with unpredicable winds and strong currents. Frequent headsail experimentation was par for the course.

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A Ride for the Ages The historic vessel Suva is in top form and taking passengers on the water. The all-wood, 57-foot schooner built in 1925 was the star of one of Northwest Yachting’s features, The Return of Suva in May, 2016, and it does the heart good to see her open for business as hoped. Suva was designed by the esteemed Ted Geary and owned by Frank Pratt, an iconic Whidbey Island businessman. She fell into disrepair as the decades passed before Coupeville resident Captain Mark Saia fell in love with her via craigslist, a 21st Century twist to an otherwise historically-rooted tale. Suva is now an educational and tour platform for anybody who is game to hit the water with a flair of old world romance. To sail abour Suva, check out schoonersuva.org or call 360-320-4337 to reserve a sail. Tickets are $75 per person.

The Wharf It is hard to imagine Coupeville without the wharf, and if you’re feeling the need to stretch the limbs, Harbor Gift N’ Kayak Rental is there for you. This mom and pop kayak rental and souvenir store rents out single kayaks for $20 an hour and double kayaks for $30 an hour. Coupeville’s historic waterfront is best viewed from the water and one can get up close and personal with the pilings of the classic, sea salty buildings. For more information on kayak rentals, call 360-678-3625. If you aren’t in the mood for a paddle, buy a kite and give it a whirl. What’s more, there is a handful of exhibits that include a gray whale and Dall’s porpoise skeletons within the actual wharf itself to occupy the curious.

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uaint Coupeville on Whidbey Island’s Penn Cove is easily overlooked by sailors hustling to hit a favorable tide at Deception Pass or ferry tourists zooming past on Highway 20 through rolling rangeland. But Coupeville, the heart of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, is well worth a visit, and the dozens of bed and breakfasts clustered around the historic downtown is the perfect type of endorsement. This is a B&B kind of place, complete with excellent local seafood, ocean-themed activities, and streets that were made for casual strolls with ice cream cones in hand and wine tastings in mind. Whidbey Island is a refuge for artists yearning for quiet, beautiful scenery in which to perfect their crafts, and their labors are evident in the small shops and galleries. There’s a kind of magic in the air laced with the scent of sea salt and lavender, and one feels undeniably at the gateway to waters north and the cruising Mecca of the San Juans. The summer sun graces paddleboarders and gaff -rigged sailboats that make their rounds on the water during the afternoon. Does with their fawns emerge from the woods as fog banks roll in during the evening. Do yourself a favor if approaching by water and study your charts, winds, and tides. Skagit Bay to the north and Saratoga Passage to the south are not the kind of approaches you want to undertake against unfavorable conditions. The wind can really howl through Penn Cove, so it is probably worth the extra dollars for one of the mooring buoys or some dock space at the Port of Coupeville.

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Walk through Time Coupeville is a maritime-history kind of place, and the community would be lacking without a good museum. The Island County Museum is small, but contains a few priceless possessions, including eight Native American dugout canoes and the first automobile to cruise Whidbey Island. The Island County Historical Society boasts of a collection of over 20,000 artifacts that range from the Ice Age through the settler and sea captain days of yore. The museum keeps things interesting with different events and programs. The Summer Porch Series is free for all every Werdnesday from 1400 hours to 1430 hours on the covered porch and historic topics of dicussion vary. The art exhibition Pratt’s Cabin on the Hill by Northwest impressionistic painter Paul M. Gustin is on display until September 18, 2016. The Museum Store is worth a gander and features local history books and Coupeville souvenirs. The Island County Museum is open daily, year-round excluding major holidays. Admission is $4 for general admission, and $3 for seniors, students, active military, and dependents. There is a family rate of $8 for three with a discounted fee of $2 per each additional person. The Museum Store is open Monday through Saturday, 1000 hours to 1600 hours and Sunday from 1100 hours to 1600 hours.

Grab a Bite Mosquito Fleet Chili was everything we hoped for when we gazed at the black and white picture of a Mosquito steam ship on the restaurant’s sign. The creaky wooden stairs to Mosquito Fleet Chili lead down to the lower levels right on the water, and one gets a slight thrill of discovery as he or she enters the eclectic, cozy interior. The cliché terms “hole in the wall” or “hidden gem” come to mind. Mosquito Fleet Chili offers up what can only be referred to as classic Pacific Northwest cuisine, a sort of hyper-local twist on American comfort food with some Far East influences like Thai Iced Tea. The Mosquito Mussels Special ($13.95) was a mouthwatering heap of Penn Cove mussels seasoned with basil, fresh garlic, bell pepper, carrot, and special house wine sauce. The Grilled Cheese and Tomato Basil Bisque Soup Special ($9.50) was also above and beyond with crisp, airy house-made bread with Cheddar and Monterey Jack gooey-gold in between. The Mosquito Chili ($6.50 for a cup) was hardy and served with tasty house-made cornbread. Treat yourself!


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There are too many great small businesses in Coupeville to give justice individually, but if one strolls down Front Street one will find many of the local favorites. There is also plenty going on for one to tailor his or her experience to his or her liking. If you have a few kids in tow, stopping at Kapaw’s Iskreme Worldwide Headquarters (a delicious ice cream shop, just in case you didn’t get the creative spelling) is a natural. If your day is shaping up to be a couples’ evening out, a wine tasting at Vail Wine Shop and Tasting Room is in order. The many conspicuous local artisans and boutiques will certainly not leave anybody for want of a souvenir.

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“ Water, water, everywhere, And all the boards did shrink, Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.” —Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

T S3 Maritime is located in Salmon Bay Marine Center (SBMC) in Seattle, Washington. SCMC has 18 dock slips for lease that accommodate vessels from 100 feet to 240 feet. S3 specializes in a whole suite of vessel systems and services that range from electrical and vessel stabilizers to fabrication and installation. The new S3 Maritime sales office in Chandler’s Cove in South Lake Union showcases the many yacht systems, service, and support S3 has to offer. S3 Maritime was founded in 2007 and is coming up on its nine year anniversary. Main Office: 2360 W. Commodore Way, Suite 200 Seattle, WA 98199 Chandler’s Cove Sales Office: 901 Fairview Avenue North, Suite A180, Seattle, WA 98109

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he vessels we sail may be diff erent than those of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s day, but we mariners aboard get thirsty just the same. Many of us don’t think about the water supply too much as we head out for a day of boating, but the calculus is very diff erent for cruisers with weeks or months of adventure ahead. Fortunately for everyone, the 2016 market is fl ush with modern, effi cient, reliable watermakers to choose from, but selecting and installing one is no small task. When one refers to a modern watermaker installation, one is really talking about integrating a whole new vessel system. Additionally, every boat and crew has diff erent water consumption demands. The skipper of a 40-foot sailboat with an average crew of four may insist on a unit with minimal electrical demands, while a 60-foot luxury motoryacht that caters to multiple families may be less concerned with amps and in need of more serious freshwater output. Watermakers, like just about everything related to boats, re-

quires expertise to understand, and we at Northwest Yachting are here to help. Knowledge is power, after all. We visited Ryan Parker and Paul Zimmer, co-owners of S3 Maritime, for this edition of Ask the Experts at their waterfront offi ce and shop for some insider tips on the world of watermakers. Q: What should one look for in a good watermaker? Surely there are a few things that set units apart? Parker: The number one thing is making sure they are using quality products. Make sure they have good fi tt ings, a good hose, good pumps, good motors. There’s a lot of stuff out there, and a lot of people are trying to reinvent the wheel. Zimmer: It doesn’t necessarily need to be that way. Parker: A good service network is a must. Good dealer network for that brand. Zimmer: Yep, that’s important. Parker: If they are the only guy selling you parts and you decide to take your boat to Mexico...good luck. You aren’t going to get support, or that support is a day or two away versus having a dealer that is somewhere in Mexico for someone’s who’s got a good dealer network. Parker Hannifi n has a worldwide dealer network just about anywhere there are multiple dealers or multiple repair centers. Obviously, you get out to some remote islands or some places in Alaska, it’s hard to fi nd a guy. It might not be in your town, but there’s a guy in your state. So that helps. Zimmer: You also want a unit you can work on. Parker: Yeah! A lot of guys are

coming out with energy recovery pumps and all these fancy whizbang cool things, but some of the stuff you gott a keep it simple, right? Make it so that the guy that’s stuck with his boat somewhere on an island can actually pull it apart and fi x it, or a tech can easily do it who’s not aware of the newest, latest, greatest technology. He might not be a watermaker expert, but he may have worked on boats and understands pumps and can actually tear it apart and fi x it. Zimmer: With a litt le mechanical aptitude and a manual and some spare parts. Parker: Yeah, defi nitely a good manual. If they can’t give you a good manual, then I wouldn’t buy it. That’s with anything these days though. If they can’t provide you with good explode drawings, good wiring diagrams, stuff like that, I’d stay as far away from it as I can because that means they didn’t do the engineering up front. They threw it together and they tried to get it out there to market, but there’s no backside of the company. The expensive part that sucks that they aren’t making money on what didn’t get done. Q: So, steam is just about history. Does reverse osmosis rules the roost for the average consumer? Parker: Yeah. Everybody's gone reverse osmosis with the exception of some of the really big boats. There are still some cruise ships out there that are steam. They use big boilers to boil the water. It has to do with the amount that you can create in a day and space requirements, but most of them are now going reverse osmosis.


Q: Let’s talk maintenance. Is there a monthly regimen you have to do? Yearly? Parker: If you got a watermaker that isn’t automated, you defi nitely want to fl ush it at least every two weeks to keep the membranes wet. That's probably your biggest cost. If you don’t do it membranes run...$700 apiece, something like that? Zimmer: It’s normally $600 apiece, I would say. Parker: Letting the boat sit for a month can destroy your membranes. That's probably the biggest thing. Obviously, fi lters, you’ve got pre-fi lters in line that are building sediment, krill, and plankton. I recommend changing your high-pressure oil annually. Most people don’t. Zimmer: Defi nitely change out that pressure pump oil. Parker: It doesn’t take very long. If you’re not going to use the boat for the winter, you’re going to want to pickle the membranes. It’s just a solution that gets run through and basically preserves the membrane in life through the off season. Q: Are there any watermakers out there right now that you’re particularly excited about? Parker: Well, defi nitely the Sea AT ELLIOTT BAY MARINA

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Recovery products. Sea Recovery is our biggest seller. We also work with Village and HRO, but they’re all owned by the same parent company. Zimmer: Parker Hannifi n. Parker: But we do service all brands. We’ll work on all brands as needed. We’ve got a lot of customers out there that are prior customers that have diff erent stuff and all reverse-osmosis systems use the same theory. They’re all identical really. Zimmer: Very similar. Parker: Minus the size, the color, the shape, and what their control logic is. Everybody kinda decorates their control logic. Q: What do you mean by control logic? Parker: Basically the brain. Control logic is the brain. It's the interactive screen, how the watermaker is operated. Some are more hands on and more adjustments are necessary to operate it effi ciently. Some of the newer ones have gone to more automated control boxes. Q: So are watermakers integrated with the nav station and displays? Zimmer: They can be, yeah. Parker: Yeah, a lot of them are going to NMEA 2000, so they can be brought up on a NMEA 2000

monitoring system. Some of them also have an NMEA 0183 [connection], I believe. You can plug those into your monitoring system so you can see that they are running, and you can see the gallons that they are putt ing out, the alarms, and things like that pop up and tell you. Q: Is there anything you’re looking forward to with regards to watermaker advancements? Parker: I think the biggest thing that we are seeing right now is that there’s some smaller framed watermakers being able to put out larger quantities of water. The electronics are gett ing bett er and bett er. They are using solid state and things like that don’t fail and don’t have issues, and the controllers are bett er. Service guys for a long time have been like “Hey, that’s great, but I got to take this whole thing apart to get to this one piece, or make it a bit bigger, or move this, or make an access plate where we can service it.” That’s what we are starting to achieve now. People are starting to put time and energy into making them overall bett er without reinventing the wheel.

RYAN PARKER & PAUL ZIMMER Ryan Parker and Paul Zimmer are both co-owners of S3 Maritime and bring a combined experience of over 40 years in the industry. The duo has many longstanding relationships in the Northwest yachting community. “We’ll work on anything from your kayak to your superyacht,” says Parker.

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a row so come on down, and bring plenty of boat fenders! From the Columbia, think about high-tailing it this summer to Willapa Bay, one of the great shallow water king salmon fisheries. About 40,000 kings are expected to return to Willapa Bay and salmon management biologists say the peak entry occurs around Labor Day. My counsel is to not wait until

Labor Day as the fishery has gone to rock and roll status starting in early/mid-August the last few years. Drop sinkers, Kone Zone flashers, and a plug-cut or whole herring works great in Willapa Bay. If you’re trolling more than a foot off the bottom, you’ll have a wonderful fishing day but lousy catching day. Hug the bottom where the kings are milling, waiting for a late summer or early fall rain before entering one of three major rivers of their destination. Try to stay away from big tides as the presence of grasses

will turn your fishing gear more green than the White House Christmas tree. Keep your terminal tackle clean and fish the flood tides between markers two and 26. That’s about three miles of real estate. I like fishing depths between 15 and 25 feet of water, again, hugging the bottom. From my corner, Willapa Bay is the place to be until the gillnet fishery begins around mid-September. See you on the water and good luck with the king salmon shuffle in August. I think I have one circling right now!

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To assemble a stew, the fish and crab can go into the pot in large chunks, or with whole cracked crab legs, or chunk of body. For a chowder, the fish is diced smaller like the potatoes, or the crab is picked and folded into the soup at the last minute before serving. The beauty of both of these dishes is that if the pot came up empty, or it was a tough day fishing, you can pull crab from the freezer, or stop off for spot prawns, bay shrimp, mussels, or clams. Make extra because the smells from your galley are going to attract many a visitor. Crack open a nice rose and toast up some bread, memories are going to be made!

Department of Corrections We apologize to our fantastic contributing writer Brianna Bowman for the misspelling of her name in our July issue for her piece titled The Longline Tug-of-War on page 12. We forgot a "n". We also mislabeled a trawler photo caption in contributor Wendy Hinman's feature Origin of the Species on page 64 of the July issue. We wrote "Bill Gardner" instead of "Garden". This was our fault and not that of Wendy Hinman.

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Additionally, we had a few errors with our Tiara 36 write up on page on page 42 of the July issue. More details are outlined in this issue's Arrivals section.


Woggie, an English Springer Spaniel, has had many sailing adventures in his 14 years of life. He is the First Mate aboard S/V Selah, a Bayfield 29, and loves dinghy rides. Many days Woggie hangs out at Squalicum Marina in Bellingham. Pets on Boats is one of Northwest Yachting’s newest departments. The idea is simple: Take a cute or funny photo of your favorite pet aboard your favorite boat, scribble down a funny photo caption, and send it to us with a bio of the pet at norris@nwyachting.com. We will collect images and captions and then our staff will select the best combination of imagery and words. Each monthly winner will have the honor of seeing their pet photo and caption run in an upcoming issue of the magazine, and we will also set you up with a Northwest Yachting care package. Remember, we’re looking for the best combination of image and words, so grab your favorite four-legged (or winged) crewmember, cast off the docking lines, and get creative with your camera and notepad.

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BOATS FOR SALE

Northwest Yachting "Boats for Sale" provides a listing of power and sailboats for sale by yacht brokers throughout the West Coast. To use it, just find the size, type, year, power and price. Then, note the broker's name and turn to their ad in this issue listed under "PG" to get the broker's address and phone number.

SZ TYPE

POWER

YR PR PRICE

BROKER

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

28 Aspen Pwr Cat 10 D 28 Bayliner

BROKER

PG

175,000 Aspen

06 G 42,500 ElliottBay

YR PR PRICE

34

30 Bertram

84 TG 30,000 ElliottBay

31

30 Camano Troll 92 D

96,000

BROKER

WestYachts

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

BROKER

PG

31

34 CHB Tri-Cabin 81 D

61,500

WaterLine

30

59

34 Formula

175,000 Stan Miller

11

07 G

57

28 Bayliner

85 OB 5,400

65

30 Cruisers

05 TG 69,900 Irwin

57

28 Bayliner

93 G 17,500 LaConnerYS

93

30 Fino

75 TG 199,000 CrowsNest

57

28 Bayliner

98 G 27,500 LaConnerYS

93

01 D 53,500 WaterLine

30

28 Bayliner 285 05 G

24 Sea Ray

08 G

39,000

NWYachtnet

57

28 Bayliner 2855 99 G

24,900

NWYachtnet

57

30 Pro Line

96 TG 30,000

LaConnerYS

93

34 Meridian

03 TD 129,500 LaConnerYS

93

24 Sea Sport

00 G

64,995

Irwin

9

28 Bayliner 2859 01 G

32,400

WaterLine

30

30 Regal 3060

08 TG 87,500

NWYachtnet

57

34 Red Wing

08 D

47

24 Sea Sport XL 99 G

49,000

WestYachts

59

28 Bayliner Expr 99 G

29,900

WestYachts

59

28 Carver

16 Century 24 Larson

59 G 16,900 NWYachtnet 07 G 43,700 NWYachtnet

24 Larson Cabrio 07 G 24 Osprey

44,900

NWYachtnet

25 C-DoryTC/Trl 99 OB 54,900 WestYachts

47,500

MarineServctr

SZ TYPE

Port Gardner Yts 92

05 TG 199,000 ElliottBay

31

05 OB 175,000 MarineServctr

65

30 Hydroplane 11 D 499,900 ChuckHovey

27

34 Hydra-Sports 03 OB 149,000 ChuckHovey

11

34 Mainship

99 D

74,900

Stan Miller

59

30 Regal 3060 WE 09 TG 99,995

57

30 Seasport

04 TD 130,500 NHarborYS

11

31 Bayliner

10 TG 99,900 Irwin

WaterLine

02 D

99,000

27

Denison Yts

102

145,000 Swiftsure

30

34 Riviera

00 D 149,900 EmeraldPac

15

91

34 Sea Ray

00 TG 114,000 NWYachtnet

57

NWYachtnet

57

28 Chris Craft

00 G

25 Pursuit

07 OB 69,500 AlexMarine

2,3,54

28 Chris Craft

73 TG 17,500

25 Stimson

32 D 19,500 NWYachtnet

28 Custom

00 G

25 Surf Scoter

00 D

59

28 Downeast

42 D 11,000 LaConnerYS

93

31 Four Winns

57

28 EagleCraft

01 D 135,900 EagleCraft

26

31 Four Winns 31 06 TG 99,000

26

31 Ranger Tug

14 D

289,000 Selene Yts NW

13

34 Tollycraft

72 G 19,900 MarineServctr

65

9

31 Ranger Tug

15 D

279,000 Port Gardner Yts 92

34 Tollycraft

74 TG 29,900 NWYachtnet

57

31 Sea Ray

01 TG 44,900

25 Cobalt Cuddy 99 G

24,900

57

125,000 WestYachts

25 Wellcraft 252 13 OB 89,900

NWYachtnet

Stan Miller

34 Glacier Bay 34 Glacier Bay

30 Mainship

90 TG 22,500 NWYachtnet 46,500

9 21

Port Gardner Yts 92

149,000 Stan Miller

26 Bartender

11 G 49,950 Bristol

92

28 EagleCraft

07 OB 118,900 EagleCraft

26 Blackman

87 D

69,000

Stan Miller

11

28 Four Winns

89 TG 24,950

26 Blackman

87 D

29,000

Stan Miller

26 Carver

86 G 21,500 NWYachtnet

26 Chris Craft

62 G

26 Glacier Bay

05 TG 104,000 Aspen

20,000

26 Glacier Bay

07 TG 112,350 Aspen

26 Grady White 99 OB 39,900

11

28 North Sound 92 D

57

28 Rinker

Port Gardner Yts 92 34

58,000

11

Irwin LaConnerYS

93

07 G 59,500 Irwin

9

34 Sea Ray

04 TG 99,000

Denison Yts

31 Camano Troll 03 D

119,500 NWYachtnet

57

34 Sea Ray

05 TG 99,000

ChuckHovey

27

31 Camano Troll 03 D

119,500 NWYachtnet

57

34 Sea Ray

99 TG 65,000

WaterLine

30

34 Sea Ray SD

87 TD 19,950

SeattleYachts

34 Tollycraft

70 TD 29,000 NHarborYS

06 TG 84,900

9

31 Sea Ray 310 91 G

29,950

Irwin WaterLine

9 30

Stan Miller

11

34 Tollycraft

75 TG 29,900

NWYachtnet

57

34 Tollycraft

89 TG 74,900 LaConnerYS

9

34 Tollycraft

92 TG 84,500 Irwin

28 Sea Ray 280 15 G

109,850 Irwin

9

31 Sea Ray 310 95 TG 24,900

Irwin

29 Aspen C90

13 D

221,000 Aspen

34

31 Sea Ray Sun 01 TG 56,500

Port Gardner Yts 92

13 D

210,000 Aspen

34 TollyCraft SD 88 TG 77,000

102

28 91

Port Gardner Yts 92 93 9

NWYachtnet

57

34

29 Aspen C90

34

32 Bayliner

83 TG 29,900 NWYachtnet

57

35 Bayliner

95 TD 89,900 NHarborYS

91

NWYachtnet

57

29 Bayliner 2855 96 G

27,950

Port Gardner Yts 92

32 Bayliner

87 G 42,500 MarineServctr

65

35 Bounty

79 TD 99,500 Bristol

92

29 Bayliner 2855 99 G

24,500

Port Gardner Yts 92

32 Bayliner

96 TG 39,200 ElliottBay

26 Nordic Tug

83 D

68,500

Bristol

92

26 Sea Ray

07 G

54,900

Irwin

9

29 Blackfin

90 TD 49,900 AlexMarine 95 D

2,3,54

26 Sea Ray

07 G

54,900

Irwin

9

29 Blackman

26 Sea Ray

10 G

74,900

Irwin

9

29 Boston Whaler 02 TG 69,950

Irwin

26 Skipjack

00 D

65,000

Stan Miller

11

29 Boston Whaler 02 TG 69,950

Irwin

9

32 Carver 3297 87 TG 28,000

26 Tollycraft

73 D 25,000 ElliottBay

31

29 Cobalt 293

Irwin

9

32 Coastal Craft 02 D

02 G

139,500 Stan Miller

39,900

11

32 Bayliner 3258 00 TG 39,950

9

32 Bayliner 3288 91 G 32 Bayliner MY

54,500

89 TD 39,900

Signature

31

35 Cabo

00 TD 169,000 Stan Miller

11

19

35 Cabo

94 TD 179,000 Stan Miller

11

MarineServctr

65

35 Carver

93 TG 65,950 Irwin

NWYachtnet

57

35 Everglades

13 OB 299,000 Stan Miller

Port Gardner Yts 92

205,000 MarineServctr

65

9 11

35 Fibercfaft

00 TD 149,000 WestYachts

59

35 Glacier Bay

07 TD 286,000 Aspen

34

26 Tollycraft

73 G

14,900

NHarborYS

91

29 Sea Ray

06 TG 62,000

LaConnerYS

93

32 EagleCraft

07 D 215,900 EagleCraft

26

35 Monk

50 G 29,900 NWYachtnet

57

26 Tollycraft

78 G

20,000

Port Gardner Yts 92

29 Sea Ray

08 TG 79,000

Stan Miller

11

32 Four Winns

03 TG 59,950

31

35 Nexus

03 D 319,000 Swiftsure

47

27 Glacier Bay

05 OB 82,500

Aspen

34

29 Tiara

04 TG 105,000 AlexMarine

2,3,54

32 Grand Banks 69 D

39,950

Bristol

92

35 Tiara

99 TD 149,000 ChuckHovey

27

29 Tiara

98 TG 59,950 AlexMarine

2,3,54

32 Grand Banks 69 D

27,500

Stan Miller

11

35 TiaraOpen

00 TG 165,000 CrowsNest

21 30

27 Ranger

11 D

134,900 Denison Yts

102

27 Ranger Tug

11 D

119,000 WestYachts

59

27 Ranger Tug

12 D

155,000 RangerTugs

7

27 Sea Ray

95 G

19,900

27 Tiara 270

91 TD 32,500

28 Aspen Pwr Cat 09 D

47,500

30 Almar

01 TD 199,900 NWYachtnet

57

32 Grand Banks 74 D

59,000

Stan Miller

11

35 Viking

78 TG 39,000 WaterLine

30 Bayliner

92 G 29,500 SeattleYachts

28

32 Grand Banks 74 D

47,500

WaterLine

30

36 Albin

78 D

Port Gardner Yts 92

LaConnerYS

93

30 Bayliner

93 D 24,900 NWYachtnet

57

32 Grand Banks 78 D

69,000

Stan Miller

11

36 Carver

04 TD 119,900 AlexMarine

30

30 Bayliner

99 TG 29,950 Bristol

92

32 Grand Banks 78 D

50,000

WestYachts

59

36 Cobalt

04 TD 99,500 EmeraldPac

Aspen

34

30 Bayliner 3055 99 G

38,000

Port Gardner Yts 92

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42’ Nordic Tug

2009

32 GrandBanks 70 SD 39,000 Hebert

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42’ Nordic Tug Flybridge 2000 • $349,000

88 NORTHWEST YACHTING // AUGUST 2016

57’ Carver 570 Voyager Pilothouse 2001 • $429,000

37’ Nordic Tug 2003 • $340,000

6

2,3,54 15

36 G Banks Class 01 TD 209,000 NWExplor

103 103

32 Grandbanks 74 D 75,500 NHarborYS

91

36 G Banks Class 90 TD 174,500 NWExplor

32 Nordic Tugs 88 D

30

36 Grand Banks 67 TD 49,900

Bristol

92

6

36 Grand Banks 71 TD 40,000

ChuckHovey

27

79,000

WaterLine

01 TG 99,500 Hebert

32 Tiara 3200

05 TD 184,900 Irwin

32 Trawler

81 D

33 Bayliner

77 TG 19,900 LaConnerYS

38,500

LaConnerYS

9

36 Grand Banks 71 TD 34,900

Stan Miller

11

93

36 Grand Banks 73 TD 49,900

ElliottBay

31

36 Grand Banks 74 D

Swiftsure

93

33 Bayliner 3270 89 TD 29,000

Port Gardner Yts 92

33 Bayliner 3388 96 TG 59,000

99,000

47

36 Grand Banks 91 TD 195,000 ChuckHovey

27

NWYachtnet

57

36 Grand Mariner 78 D

33 Bertram

77 TG 91,000 CrowsNest

21

36 Lobster

91 SD 155,000 Hebert

6

33 Chris Craft

48 D

65

36 Martinack

28 TD 50,000 Irwin

9

67,500

MarineServctr

59,500

Port Gardner Yts 92

33 Maxum

99 TG 44,900 WaterLine

30

36 Sabre

99 TD 199,000 NWYachtnet

33 Riviera

06 TD 192,500 EmeraldPac

15

36 Sea Ray

04 TG 119,900 Irwin

33 Wellcraft

94 TD 49,900 LaConnerYS

93

36 Sea Ray

87 TG 49,999

NWYachtnet

57

NWYachtnet

57

34 Bayliner 3488 02 TD 98,000 34 Beneteau ST 16 D

WaterLine

498,000 Denison Yts

$575,000

Original owners are selling their boat! Guaranteed you won’t find a nicer 2009 on the market! Cummins diesel 540 hp with 650 hours, bow and stern thrusters, two staterooms, two heads. Immaculate, clean and pristine condition. This boat has been professionally maintained since new and pride of ownership is evident throughout! Ready for cruising this summer!

41’ Marquis 2008 • $399,000

49,000

WaterLine

32 Regal

64’ Northern Marine 2009 • $2,400,000

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30

36 Sea Ray

87 OB 49,999

102

36 Selene

05 D

349,000 Ocean Trawler Yts 71

36 Selene

08 D

324,900 Selene Yts NW

13

59 G

49,717

11

Kelly Libby 425-359-7078

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Stan Miller

36 Tiara

07 TD 329,000 ChuckHovey

27

36 Tiara

91 TD 99,000 ChuckHovey

27

36 Universal

80 D 49,950 Bristol

92

36 Willard

63 D 88,950 NWYachtnet

57

36 Willard

69 D 135,000 WaterLine

30

37 Back Cove

11 D

459,000 Ocean Trawler Yts 71

37 Bayliner 3788 98 TD 92,500

360-202-3400

9

36 Stephens

37 Bertram

Tom Gilbert

57

WaterLine

30

89 TD 149,900 Stan Miller

11

37 Carver

94 TD 90,500 NHarborYS

91

37 Cobalt 373

09 TG 280,000 Signature

19

37 Cold Water

09 TD 299,000 ChuckHovey

27

37 Formula

08 TG 195,000 AlexMarine

2,3,54

37 Fountaine Cat 05 TD 239,500 NWYachtnet

57

37 Fountaine Paj 16 TD 497,000 Signature

19

37 Grady White 13 OB 450,000 AlexMarine 37 Marinette

81 TD 69,000

2,3,54

Port Gardner Yts 92

37 Nordic Tug

08 D

387,500 WestYachts

59

37 Nordic Tugs

02 D

299,900 NWYachtnet

57

37 President

87 D 74,900 SeattleYachts

28

37 Sea Ray

99 TD 120,000 Stan Miller

11

37 Sea Ray Sund 12 G

289,000 MarineServctr

65

38 Barry Farrill

74 D

125,000 WaterLine

30

38 Bayliner

83 TD 59,900 NWYachtnet

57


SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

38 Bayliner

86 TD 39,900 NHarborYS

91

38 Bayliner

87 TD 39,000

11

38 Bayliner

88 TD 57,500 Irwin

38 Bayliner 3870 84 TD 44,900

BROKER

Stan Miller

9

Irwin

38 Blackfin

97 TD 155,000 Stan Miller

38 Chris Craft

67 TG 32,000

38 GB Eastbay

99 TD 229,000 Stan Miller

9

11

38 Golden Star

86 TD 55,500

ElliottBay

31

70 TD 49,900

Stan Miller

11

38 Hatteras

90 TD 124,000 ChuckHovey

27

38 Nordlund

66 D 45,000 WaterLine

30

264,000 MarineServctr

86 TD 115,000 Port Gardner Yts 92

38 Tiara

06 TD 320,000 AlexMarine

2,3,54

WaterLine

38 True North

07 D

39 Bayliner

96 TD 97,500 WestYachts

New

65

38 Ocean Alex

38 Trojan Sea Vo 68 TG 49,500

Still time to choose your own options!

11

Port Gardner Yts 92

38 Hatteras

38 North Pacific 12 D

New Nordic Tug 40 Coming!

PG

339,500 ElliottBay

Mo de

l!

30 31 59

39 Bertram

05 TD 249,999 Stan Miller

11

39 C&L Europa

80 TD 79,900

NWYachtnet

57

39 C&L Europa

80 TD 79,900

NWYachtnet

57

39 Grand Banks 06 TD 399,000 Hampton Yts 4,104 39 Meridian

06 TD 319,000 Aspen

39 Meridian 391 08 TD 184,900 NWYachtnet

34 57

39 Silverton

00 D 129,900 MarineServctr

65

39 Silverton

03 TG 119,000 ChuckHovey

27

40 Bayliner 4087 00 TD 99,900

NWYachtnet

40 Carver

96 TD 115,900 NWYachtnet

40 Fathom

15 D

40 LRC Trawler 83 D

1

57 57

NWYachtnet

57

249,000 NWYachtnet

57

40 Nordhavn

05 D 409,000 AAAYachts

86

40 Nova

85 TD 89,500 NHarborYS

91

40 Ocean Alex

79 D

72,000

40 Ocean Alexand 83 TD 59,995 40 Pacific Blue

LaConnerYS

93

Bristol

92

79 TD 159,000 Stan Miller

40 Pacific Trawl 99 D

199,000 WaterLine

11 30

40 Ponderosa

87 TD 99,995 Bristol

92

40 Ponderosa

87 TD 121,000 NHarborYS

91

40 Selene

07 D

13

398,000 Selene Yts NW

40 Tiara

97 TD 217,000 NWYachtnet

40 Tollycraft

79 TD 74,500

57

Port Gardner Yts 92

40 Tollycraft

89 TD 99,900 Irwin

41 Chris Craft

87 TG 79,500

Stan Miller

9 11

41 Custom Trawle 90 TD 124,000 WaterLine

30

41 Eagle

28

14 D

2

SeattleYachts

41 Maxum

00 TD 139,000 NWYachtnet

41 Meridian

06 TD 279,900 Irwin

41 Meridian 411 06 TD 319,990 Irwin 41 Mikelson

04 D 265,000 ChuckHovey

41 Performance T 82 D 41 President

124,900 WaterLine

81 TD 65,000 Irwin

42 Aquanaut 1250 04 D

249,000 NWYachtnet

57 9 9 27 30 9 57

42 Arden/Histar 87 TD 119,900 SeattleYachts

28

42 Californian

30

77 TD 74,000 WaterLine

42 CHB

81 TD 79,000 NWYachtnet

57

42 CHB

84 TD 135,000 NHarborYS

91

42 Devlin Sockey 00 D

CURRENT BROKERAGE LISTINGS

420,000 MarineServctr

42 G Banks Class 03 TD 379,000 NWExplor

103 103

42 G Banks Eurpa 99 TD 389,000 NWExplor

103

42 G Banks MY 83 TD 189,000 NWExplor

103

42 G Banks MY 99 TD 379,000 NWExplor

103

42 Grand Banks 03 TD 349,000 Stan Miller

11

42 Grand Banks 05 TD 530,000 Stan Miller

11

42 Grand Banks 05 TD 569,000 Stan Miller

11

42 Grand Banks 70 TD 84,900

NWYachtnet

57

42 Grand Banks 76 TD 89,900

Stan Miller

11

42 Grand Banks 94 TD 269,000 Stan Miller

11

42 Krogen

91

42 Lien Hwa

86 TG 94,900

42 Nordic Tug

00 D

340,000 NHarborYS

42 Nordic Tug

05 D

440,000 WestYachts

59

42 Ocean Alexand 86 TD 119,900 NWYachtnet

57

30 91

42 Ocean Alexand 86 TD 109,900 NWYachtnet

57

42 Ocean Alexand 90 TD 149,000 NWYachtnet

57

42 AlexMarineandr 04 TD 249,900 ChuckHovey

27

42 Ponderosa

84 TD 98,750 WaterLine

30

42 President

02 TD 249,900 Stan Miller

11

42 Sea Ray

05 TD 299,950 Irwin

9

42 Sea Ray 420 04 TD 299,950 Irwin

9

42 SeaRay

90 TD 94,500 ElliottBay

31

42 Tiara

08 TD 419,000 Stan Miller

11

43 Azimut

07 D 325,000 EmeraldPac

15

43 Bayliner

93 TD 90,000 NWYachtnet

43 Bayliner 4387 91 TD 125,000 WaterLine

$319,000

$78,000

30' 2001 North Sea Cape Classic

32' 2001 Nordic Tug 32

65

42 G Banks Class 94 TD 269,000 NWExplor

WaterLine

$169,900

103

42 G Banks Eurpa 79 TD 159,900 NWExplor

88 D 235,000 NHarborYS

$119,000

57 30

37' 2003 Nordic Tug w/Flybridge 37

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SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

43 Californian

84 TD 119,000 Irwin

43 Fathom

11 D 419,000 NWYachtnet

43 Helmsman Traw 16 D

BROKER

PG

495,010 WaterLine

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

9

44 Pacifica

84 TD 229,000 Stan Miller

BROKER

PG 11

SZ TYPE

45 Bayliner 45PH 86 TD 79,900

YR PR PRICE

57

44 Puget

78 D 59,900 NWYachtnet

57

30

44 Riva

05 TD 595,000 ChuckHovey

BROKER

PG

NWYachtnet

57

45 CHB

85 TD 125,000 Denison Yts

27

45 Chris Craft

85 TD 72,500

15

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

BROKER

PG

46 Grand Banks 96 TD 399,000 Stan Miller

11

102

46 Nordhavn

01 D 459,000 AAAYachts

86

31

46 Nordhavn

99 D 395,000 AAAYachts

86

45 Coastal Craft 07 OB 599,000 AAAYachts

86

46 Sea Ranger

87 TD 164,000 NHarborYS

91 27

ElliottBay

43 Mikelson

11 TD 689,000 EmeraldPac

15

44 Riviera

12 TD 669,000 EmeraldPac

43 Nordhavn

06 D 575,000 AAAYachts

86

44 SeaRay

07 TD 269,000 Hampton Yts 4,104

45 Devlin

07 D 688,000 ChuckHovey

27

46 Sea Ray

87 TD 79,000

31

44 Tollycraft

88 TD 115,000 WaterLine

30

45 GB Eastbay

09 TD 715,000 Stan Miller

11

46 Spindrift

87 TD 135,000 ChuckHovey

97 TD 250,000 WestYachts

59

44 Trojan 440

96 TD 129,950 Irwin

9

45 GB Eastbay

09 TD 699,000 Stan Miller

11

47 Bayliner

01 TD 205,000 Hampton Yts 4,104

43 Ocean Alexand 83 TD 99,000 43 Riviera

ElliottBay

43 Silverton

08 TD 299,000 AlexMarine

2,3,54

45 Bayliner

86 TD 119,500 ChuckHovey

43 Wellcraft

91 TD 115,000 CrowsNest

21

45 Bayliner

86 TD 199,000 Hebert

44 DeFever

83 TD 139,900 WestYachts

59

45 Bayliner

88 TD 108,000 Denison Yts

102

44 Gulfstar

87 TD 159,900 LaConnerYS

93

45 Bayliner

89 TD 120,000 NHarborYS

91

27 6

45 Hans Christia 88 D

359,000 AAAYachts

ChuckHovey

86

47 Bayliner

94 TD 249,500 CrowsNest

21

45 Sea Ray

96 TD 129,000 ChuckHovey

27

47 Bayliner

96 TD 179,000 Stan Miller

11

45 Silverton

05 TD 399,000 EmeraldPac

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Monte Fino 1996 / 70’

30 102 57 9 9 11

324,000 Hampton Yts 4,104

$749,000

The Polar Express comes with available live aboard moorage in south

The Oasis was formally named THE GLOVE and owned by Seattle

Lake Union, with a spectacular view, from her enclosed sky lounge

sports legend and Hall of Famer Gary Peyton. The Oasis has been

The extensive $2 million refit in 2006 included, new 3412 Cats and ZF

under cover for the last 11 years, and is in beautiful condition. A

trans, controls,electronics,9 foot hull extension, 1000 gal. fuel tank,16

very large volume yacht with 3 staterooms all with en suite , and

kw 3rd.gen.new rear decks, and spectacular sky lounge. In 2010 she

a separate captains quarters, with its own shower and head .The

received new countertops, cabinets, and galley floor, along with new

yacht also has a full 270 degree view live aboard moorage on

marble and granite countertops in the 7 heads. Many systems are re-

Lake Union. You couldn’t find a large view condo on Lake Union

dundant for safety purposes, 2 radars, 2 computers, 2 watermakers,

for this price. The Oasis has 8V92 Detroit’s, 2 gens, water maker,

2 autopilots, 6 monitors 2 fire fighting stations, 2 washers, 2 dryers,

washer/dryer, HPS bow thruster, stabilizers, 3 control stations, fully

2 Epirbs, 2 life rafts, 2 windless, 2 anchors, 3 generators (45,38,16),

enclosed fly bridge, and rear deck for cooler weather entertaining.

pre lube pumps and block heaters,6 control stations,2 depth finders,

The Oasis has been very well maintained and is ready for the next

60 gal fuel tank and pump for tender.18’ Novurania inflatable, spare

big family and friends. LLC owned.

90 NORTHWEST YACHTING // AUGUST 2016

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07 TD 995,000 Stan Miller

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98 TD 329,000 CrowsNest

21

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28

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11

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12 TD 1.899M Stan Miller

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9

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03 TD 375,000 Irwin

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98 TD 295,000 Hampton Yts 4,104

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07 D

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72 CheoyLee

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65 Ed Monk Sr Cl 39 TD 149,900 WaterLine 00 TD 495,000 AlexMarine

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2001 43’ Mainship Trawler Cat diesels, hydronic heat, trolling valve, full enclosures, 3 berths. $199,000

1988 48’ Westbay Lloyd. Cat 3208 power, super clean, low hours, exceptionally well built $179,999

2011 36’ Seahorse Coot Economical, reliable Deere power, loaded! $265,000

LONG RANGE TRAWLER

Huge cockpit & walkarounds 1983 34’ Californian Very clean, wide open and roomy, economical diesel power. $47,500

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Alaska Veteran

22’ Timbercoast Trawler. Unique, capable, loaded motorsailor $89,900

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1981 Bayliner 3270 Very clean, chine mods, newer tanks and engines… $34,500

1987 Bayliner 3888 Puget Sound classic and capable cruiser $69,900

1991 4200/47’ Corsair Alaska veteran, super roomy and warm $129,900

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60 Ocean Alexand 10 TD 1.250M AlexMarine

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52 Sunseeker

55 JonesGdell

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52 Grand Banks 98 TD 729,000 Stan Miller

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52 Nordlund Pilo 70 D

31

68 Kato Bertram 81 TD 150,000 WaterLine

60 Compass

27

52 OA

13

67 Knight & Carv 86 TD 495,000 ElliottBay

15

50 McKinna 481 05 TD 399,000 Premiere Yts 16,17

495,000 AlexMarine

6

62 Monk McQueen 74 TD 199,700 NWYachtnet

50 Mikelson

97 TD 350,000 ChuckHovey

11

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58 Azimut

02 TD 599,000 ChuckHovey

27

58 Hampton

06 TD 595,000 EmeraldPac

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58 Hampton 580 08 TD 1.195M Premiere Yts 16,17 58 Hatteras

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30 Hunter

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30 Newport

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SeattleYachts

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31 Hunter

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57

80 Cheoy Lee

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77,500

Swiftsure

47

80 Horizon

15 TD 1

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32 Hunter

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64,900

MarineServctr

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84 Horizon

15 TD 5.525M EmeraldPac

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32 Kettenburg

37 N

39,900

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11

84 VikingSC

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21

32 Westsail

72 D 34,900 Bristol

92

85 Burger

65 TD 319,000 Hampton Yts 4,104

33 CAL 2-33

86 D

54,500

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33 Hans Christin 85 D

89,500

NWYachtnet

57

86 Cheoy Lee

98 TD 1.195M ChuckHovey

27

86 Queenship

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88 Horizon

14 TD 6.995M EmeraldPac

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88 Ocean Alexand 10 TG 3.495M AlexMarine

2,3,54

90 Ocean Alexand 12 TD 5.350M AlexMarine

2,3,54

90 Sovereign

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92 Allseas

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92 Stephens

77 TD 1.100M EmeraldPac

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33 Legendary Yac 00 D

180,000 WaterLine

47 30

33 Nauticat

84 D 65,000 MarineServctr

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33 Nauticat MS

83 D

79,500

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34 Beneteau 343 06 D

95,000

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76 D

27,500

WestYachts

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34 CAL Mk III

76 D

32,995

WestYachts

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34 CAL/Jen. MkII 75 D

14,900

WestYachts

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34 Catalina

90 D

54,950

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102

92 Viking

16 TD 1

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91 D 49,999 SeattleYachts

28

97 Transworld

03 TD 1.980M Hampton Yts 4,104

34 Catalina

93 D

59,900

WestYachts

59

100 Steel Tug

44 D

34 Irwin Citat

82 D

27,900

NWYachtnet

57

101 Hargrave

10 TD 6.350M Hampton Yts 4,104

34 Jeanneau 34.2 00 D

86,000

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110 Horizon

12 TD 8.800M EmeraldPac

15

34 Jeanneau 349 16 D

175,427 MarineServctr

65

116 Transworld

14 TD 6.995M Hampton Yts 4,104

34 Jeanneau 349 16 D

159,489 MarineServctr

65

34 Panda

84 D

49,900

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34 Tartan T34C

179,000 WaterLine

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24,500

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24,500

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59,900

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89,900

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79 D 9,995

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25 Harbor

09 D

49,500

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39,900

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11

26 Island Packet 83 D

19,900

WestYachts

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26 San Juan

80 OB 7,900

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16 D 112,750 Signature

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27 Cascade Sloop 80 D

11,000

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27 Catalina 275 14 D

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SeattleYachts

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28 Freedom

87 D 26,000 SeattleYachts

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64 D

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79 D

13,800

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19,900

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138’ 1944 Livingston $1,950,000 64’ 1944 2005 Livingston Lucander .......... $1,950,000 $120,000 138' 64'55’ 2005 Lucander ................ $120,000 1974 Columbia Custom......$1,950,000 $59,900 138’ 1944 Livingston 55'48’ 1974 Columbia .... $99,950 1975 Maple LeafCustom CC.............$120,000 SOLD 64’ 2005 Lucander 48’ 1975 Maple Leaf CCCustom ........ $99,500 42’ 2005 Catalina (1/8th Share) $23,750 55’ 1974 Columbia .$89,950 42’ 2005 Catalina (1/8th $25,000 41’ 1973 Tartan S&S $49,000 48’ 1975 Maple Leaf Share) CC........$99,500 41'40’ 1973 Tartan S&S ............. $49,000 1983 Ocean Alexander SOLD 42’ 2005 Catalina (1/8th Share) $25,000 40'40’ 1983 Ocean Alexander .... $79,950 1946 Pilothouse Motorsailer SOLD 41’ 1973 Tartan S&S ...........$49,000 40’40’ 1946 Pilothouse 1987 Ponderosa $99,950 40’ 1983 Ocean Motorsailer$12,000 Alexander ..$69,950 40’36’ 1987 Ponderosa ................ $99,950 1967 Grand Banks SOLD 40’ 1946 Pilothouse Motorsailer $12,000 36’36’ 1967 Grand Banks ............ $49,900 1980 Universal Trawler $49,950 40’ 1987 Ponderosa ...............$99,950 36'35’ 1980 Universal Trawler .... $49,950 1994 Bounty $99,000 36’ 1967 Grand Banks............$49,900 35’35’ 1994 Bounty ..................... 1970 Le Universal Comte REDUCED 36’ 1980 Trawler$99,000 $49,950 31’ 1991 Tartan ......................... SOLD 32’ 1972 Westsail PENDING 35’ 1994 Bounty .....................$99,000 30’32’ 1999 Bayliner .................... $29,950 1969 Grand Banks PENDING 30’ 1999 Bayliner ...................$29,950 27'30’ 1977 C&C ......................... SOLD 1999 Bayliner $29,950 26’ 2011 Custom Bartender ...$49,950 26’ 2011 Custom Bartender .... $69,000 26’ 2011 Custom Bartender $49,950 26’ 1983 Nordic Tug w/Trailer $68,500 26'26’ 1983 Nordic Tug $68,500 1983 Nordic Tug w/Trailer w/Trailer $59,900 23’ 1997 Tiderunner ...............$12,500

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78 D

39,900

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34 Taylor Rhodes 54 D

29,500

ElliottBay

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35 Beneteau 351 95 D

59,900

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19

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169,900 Signature

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99,900

Swiftsure

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157,500 MarineServctr

65

35 Island Packet 93 TD 139,500 WaterLine

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35 Le Comte

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79,900

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99,500

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274,852 MarineServctr

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75 D

22,500

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36 Pearson

85 D 68,500 Swiftsure

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30 CatalinaMKIII 03 D 539,000 SeattleYachts

36 Solaris Sunri 93 TD 99,500

26’ 1983 Nordic Tug ........... $68,500 138’ 1944 Livingston ..... $1,950,000 48’ 1975 Maple Leaf ........... $99,500 26’ 1983 Nordic Tug.............. $68,500 138’ 1944 Livingston ....... $1,950,000 48’ 1975 Maple Leaf .............. $99,500

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26’ 1983 Nordic Tug

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78 Stephens CMY 70 TD 250,000 WestYachts

125 Boeing of Can 30 D

40’1983 1983 Ocean Alexander $79,950 55’ 35’ 1970 Le Comte REDUCED 55’1974 1974Columbia ColumbiaCustom Custom. .$99,950 $59,90040’ 40’ 1987 Ponderosa $99,950 1987 Ponderosa ............ $99,950 55’ 1974 Columbia Custom 40’ Ocean Alexander ....... $69,950 40’ 1987 Ponderosa ............................ $89,950 $99,950 ...................................$53,95

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Port Gardner Yts 92

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36 Union Cutter 79 D

79,900

WestYachts

59

36 Union Cutter 81 D

63,900

NWYachtnet

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36 Union Cutter 81 D

54,500

WaterLine

37 Bruce Roberts 91 D

75,000

Denison Yts

37 Cooper

81 D

55,000

MarineServctr

37 Crealock

81 D 99,500 NWYachtnet

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37 Hanse

05 D

129,000 Stan Miller

11

49,900

57

37 Hunter Legend 89 D

NWYachtnet

30 102 65

37 Jeanneau

02 D 94,900 MarineServctr

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37 Tartan

78 D 57,500 MarineServctr

65

37 Tartan 3700

07 D

65

38 Alajuela

77 D 59,000 WaterLine

30

38 Baltic DP

85 D

119,500 NWYachtnet

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19

06 D 161,500 Swiftsure

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38 Beneteau OC 16 D 38 C&C

249,500 MarineServctr

38 Catalina 385 12 D

2

SeattleYachts

28

38 Coronet

79 D

65,000

MarineServctr

65

38 CT Cutter

78 D

59,000

ChuckHovey

27

38 Downeaster 77 D 47,000 Signature 38 Hodgdon Bros. 78 D 38 Ingrid

95,000

Denison Yts

76 D 39,500 WaterLine

19 102 30

38 Marina Berth 95 N

28,000

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149,900 Signature

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83 D 134,500 MarineServctr

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48 Swan

72 D 90,000 Swiftsure

47

38 Nauticat

85 D 139,000 MarineServctr

65

48 Tayana

93 D 249,000 Swiftsure

47

38 Nauticat

85 D 149,900 NHarborYS

91

48 Tayana DS

12 D

529,500 SeattleYachts

28

38 Sabre

07 D 235,000 Signature

19

49 Fife 8 Metre

29 N

250,000 Swiftsure

57

49 Jeanneau49P 07 D 349,500 MarineServctr

38 Shannon Ketch 81 D

96,000

NWYachtnet

38 Sunbeam 38CC 85 D

49,500

MarineServctr

38 TaShing Panda 86 D

148,900 NWYachtnet

65

50 Dubbel

89 D 269,000 Swiftsure

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50 Valiant

02 D 529,500 NWYachtnet

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80 D

39 Beneteau

90 D 69,900 WestYachts

59

51 Alden Skye

78 D 64,950 Signature

19

51 Ben SeabornRS 56 D

39 HallbergRassy 00 D

259,000 Swiftsure

39 X-119

90 D

79,000

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15 D 919,941 ChuckHovey

47

Port Gardner Yts 92 27

198,500 MarineServctr

65

79,900

19

Signature

52 Irwin

85 D

159,000 Port Gardner Yts 92

52 Nauticat

82 D

113,500 ElliottBay

52 Tayana

90 D 279,500 SeattleYachts

40 Beneteau OC 11 D

174,500 Signature

19

53 Hallberg Rass 03 D

40 Beneteau OC 11 D

189,900 Signature

19

53 Jeanneau

31 28

575,000 Swiftsure

47

11 D 450,000 WestYachts

59

40 Catalina

05 D 179,000 ElliottBay

31

53 Spencer PH

78 D

40 CS Yacht

88 D

65

54 Jeanneau

16 D 652,789 MarineServctr

79,500

MarineServctr

150,000 Swiftsure

47 65

40 Hinckley

70 D 169,500 ElliottBay

31

54 Mason CC

90 D

312,000 Signature

19

40 Jonmeri

86 D 129,000 Swiftsure

47

54 Roberts

82 D 249,500 ElliottBay

31

40 Lagoon 400

10 D

398,500 MarineServctr

65

55 ChristensenPH 02 D

40 Norseman 400 87 D

149,500 Swiftsure

47

55 Columbia

40 S&S Loki Yawl 53 D

69,000

41 Alden

ElliottBay

99 D 194,500 NWYachtnet

299,000 MarineServctr

74 D 89,950 Bristol

65 92

31

56 Herreshoff

56 D 215,000 WaterLine

30

57

57 Skookum

82 TD 299,000 WaterLine

30

41 Cheoy Lee

77 D

89,500

WaterLine

30

60 Colvin 60 Sch 86 D

79,000

WaterLine

30

41 Cheoy Lee

78 D

49,000

MarineServctr

65

60 Deerfoot

80 D

259,000 Stan Miller

11

NWYachtnet

675,000 Swiftsure

41 Rhodes Bounty 59 D

29,500

41 Sea Ray

WaterLine

01 TG 139,500 Denison Yts

30

64 Lucander

05 D 120,000 Bristol

31

64 Roberts PH 64 88 D

30

68 Nelson Marek 84 D

267,000 ElliottBay

73 German Frers 87 D

700,000 Denison Yts

73 Manuel Campos 41 D

500,000 Swiftsure

41 Tartan

73 D 49,000 Bristol

92

83 D 84,900 MarineServctr

65

42 Beneteau OC 07 D 42 Cascade

149,900 Signature

79 D 49,500 SeattleYachts

42 Catalina

05 D 23,750 Bristol

92

82 D

65

42 ColvinGazelle 10 N 39,900 WestYachts

59

42 Endeavour

57

88 D

60,000

NWYachtnet

42 Hallberg Rass 82 D

119,500 WaterLine

30

42 J Boat J/42

170,500 Stan Miller

11

42 Jeanneau 42DS 07 D

219,500 MarineServctr

65

439,500 MarineServctr

00 D

42 Nauticat PH

04 D

42 Person

80 D 85,000 NHarborYS

91

42 Roberts PH

94 D

47

123,000 Swiftsure

42 Spencer Sloop 66 D

34,900

187,000 MarineServctr

65

43 HallbergRassy 04 D

385,000 Swiftsure

47

43 J 130

179,000 Port Gardner Yts 92

98 D

43 Jeanneau 43DS 05 D

NWYachtnet

214,500 MarineServctr

43 Mason

84 D 132,500 SeattleYachts

43 Perry

77 D 230,000 Swiftsure

43 Schucker 430 79 D 43 Tartan

62,500

WaterLine

10 D 219,500 MarineServctr

44 Beneteau CC 99 D

139,000 Swiftsure

65 28 47 30

69,000

WaterLine

30

SeattleYachts

28

429,000 Swiftsure

47

339,483 MarineServctr

65

44 NauticatKetch 83 D 174,500 WestYachts

59

44 Norseman

27

83 D 169,000 ChuckHovey

44 Norseman

86 D 179,500 ChuckHovey

27

45 Beneteau O

15 D

19

3

Signature

45 Beneteau OC 14 D

349,900 Signature

19

45 Catalina

10 D

284,900 Stan Miller

11

45 Hardin

81 D 146,500 NWYachtnet

45 Hunter 45CC 06 D

229,000 Signature

45 Jeanneau DS 10 D

294,500 MarineServctr

45 Lagoon

12 D 519,000 MarineServctr

57

235,000 MarineServctr

65

210,000 Swiftsure

47

46 Bavaria

98 D 135,000 ElliottBay

31

46 Beneteau

09 D

299,000 Ocean Trawler Yts 71

46 Cal 2-46

74 D

97,500

46 Jeanneau

00 D 198,500 MarineServctr

65

46 Nordic Pilot

92 D

19

30

46 Perry

89 D 225,000 Swiftsure

47

46 Swan

84 D 255,000 Swiftsure

47

46 Tayana PH

13 D

574,021 SeattleYachts

28

219,900 Signature

19

47 Beneteau 473 06 D

229,000 MarineServctr

65

47 Custom PH

450,000 SeattleYachts

28

04 D

47 Gulfstar MS

81 D

139,900 NWYachtnet

57

47 Hunter

07 D

275,000 Denison Yts

102

47 Southerly 145 78 D 47 Vagabond

199,000 MarineServctr

79 D 134,950 WaterLine

47 Vegabond K

81 D

48 C&C

73 D 248,000 Swiftsure

127,900 SeattleYachts 99,500

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44’ GULFSTAR MY ’87, T/3208 Cats, walk-in eng rm, new radar, new gen, 3-way cabin heat, immaculate, asking $159,900

40’ OCEAN ALEXANDER 1979, S/120 Lehman, 1.5 gph, 13’8” beam, Radar, AP, 2000W inverter, great condition, asking $76,500

40’ PUGET TRAWLER 1977, S/120 Lehman, 2 gph at 6.5 knots, 24-mi radar, AP, Espar diesel, 7.5kW gen, anchor windlass, asking $39,750

34’ CHB TRAWLER 1981, total rebuild on 120 Lehman, GPS, radar, diesel heat, stern thruster, anchor windlass, asking $24,500

34’ TOLLYCRAFT SEDAN 1989, T/454 IB’s, low hrs, wide beam, color GPS, inverter, 10’ dinghy, 15hp OB, super clean, asking $74,900

341 MERIDIAN 2003, T/250hp C u m m i n s , r a d a r, A P, G P S , new windlass, D.O.C system, super clean...asking $129,500

33’ WELLCRAFT 1994. T/3116 Cat diesels, 180 0W inverter, Yanmar generator, Radar, GPS, super cool, asking $49,90 0

32’ SEDAN 1981, 20 05 85hp diesel engine, 12’ beam, AP, GPS, radar, 20 0 0W inverter, dark green hull, asking $38,500

30’Tollycraft Sedan 1985, T/Crusaders, wide beam, handsome lines, Hot Box cabin heat, anchor windlass, asking $$29,900

30’ BAYLINER 305 SB 2006. Clean! T/5.0L MerCruisers, Low hrs, 10’ inflatable tender, Full Canvas Enclosure, 1800W Inverter, asking $58,800

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44 Bruce Roberts 81 D 44 Fantasi PH

31 102

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44 Catalina 445 14 D 44 Jeanneau 44DS 17 D

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42 Valiant 42

93 D

65

19 28

42 Cheoy Lee

119,900 MarineServctr

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298,000 MarineServctr

102

42 Beneteau

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97 D

14 D 1.495M Swiftsure

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05 D 159,000 WaterLine

60 Farr 60PH 60 Shannon

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41 Passport 41C 90 D

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142,000 Swiftsure

65 30 28 47

48 Maple Leaf

75 D

Bristol

92

48 Oceanis

16 D 3

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19

48 Schooner

86 D 125,000 ElliottBay

31

29’ SEA RAY AMBERJACK 2006,T/5.7L V-drives, 680 hrs, 5kW gen, windlass, RayMarine E80 Radar, thruster, a beauty, asking $62,000

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29’ PROLINE HT 1996,T/5.7L Merc, Duo Props, 30 mph cruise, GPS chartplotter, heat pump, full canvas, trailer, asking $30,000

28’ LOBSTER BOAT 1942, 2004 John Deere diesel IB, 82hp, Radar, GPS, 8’ dinghy, 2015 bottom paint, great day boat…asking $11,000

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WE NEED 27’ SEA RAY SUNDANCER 1995, 26’ TOLLYCRAFT 1979, model 7.4L w/BR 11, 8’6” beam, GPS year 1991 350 V-drive, 2015 radar, NEW plotter, full canvas, terrific condi- GPS, 10’ inflatable, 15hp 4-stroke LISTINGS! tion, high quality, asking $19,900 OB, thruster, asking $28,500 611 Dunlap Street Street • La Conner, WA 98257

28’ BAYLINER 2859 1995, 7.4L w/Bravo II, AK bulkhead, Radar, GPS, 4hp OB, transom door, cabin heat, asking $19,900

28’ BAYLINER 2859 1993, 7.4L w/ Bravo II, cruise curtain, GPS plotter, downriggers, dinghy, custom radar arch, asking $17,500

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LADNER

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COLIN ARCHER, CAPE GEORGE CUTTER Documented Hull: Fiberglass: 1” Cedar planking with fiberglass both sides, 1” to 3” New Sails, New Covers. Copper Ground Plate, full A-1 Bonded. Built for Ocean, NorthWest Cruiser. $39,000. 206-491-8100 S374-12

STAR CLASS SAILBOAT, SAILS, AND GEAR AND EQUIPMENT FOR SALE. Hull No. 7462, built by Mader Boatworks in Germany in 1989; $5,100. In excellent condition; racing record includes 2nd in Western Hemisphere Championships, 5th in North American Championships, and 1st in District 6 Championships twice, Includes: galvanized steel trailer, Quantum mainsail and jib, and additional sails, gear and equipment. Contact Dave at: 206-245-4774 S361-10

72’ GEARY/BLANCHARD SCHOONER “RED JACKET.” Own a piece of NW history! Loving refurbished and maintained. Named one of the 100 greatest sailing yachts of N America ‘93. Tradewind Yachts 360-697-400. S370-10

GARDEN KETCH PH CT-41’ #7 1973. CT-41 PH LOA 48’, fiberglass, 75hp TAMD30 V-Penta, radar, autopilot, CQR anchors, chart-plotter, VHF, furling jib, staysail, Windlass. Fuel 150 gal. Water 90 gal. LPG stove/oven. Shower. Dinghy. Located at Poulsbo YC, WA. (slip available but not/incl.) $54,999. Contact 509-943-4638, rrjordal@att.net, See photos: http://albatrossct41.shutterfly.com/ S373-12

54/56`CT54, 85 ,TACHIAO KETCH. The CT is a very well known classic design from Bob Perrry with traditional lines with, easy handled ketch rig, large central cockpit for navigtion/entertaining. below roomy, thoughtful luxurious interior finished in finest solid Teak - honey coloured - with 4 staterrooms, 2 heads, practical luxury galley and dinette area with comfortable main saloon and navigation and entertainment center. She is as virgin as you will never find on the market for this type of truly classic sailboats and is one of the last ever built. $ 215.000,00 more info: info@ tosar.de, phone: 0049 4772 724 S375-8

SCEPTRE 41 PILOTHOUSE Rare and in Excellent Shape Custom Cabin. Sceptre 41 Pilothouse 1989 “KIANA” Excellent Shape. Carbon Fiber dodger. Sail condition excellent. Yanmar Turbo Diesel Gel batteries, Fresh bottom paint. Propane heater, stove, oven. asiachannel@yahoo.com $179,000 S378-11

2007 40’ ATKINS STAYSAIL SCHOONER. Portoford-2” laminated oak bronze. Hot water, shower, propane range, heat, 44 Horse Perkins, refrigerator, 40 pound plow anchor. 300’ rode windlass tiller. 90 gals of water, 90 gals diesel. CALL 425 829 7797. S371-11

1978 NEWPORT 27S Never raced, Yanmar diesel, 6’2 headrm, roller furling genoa & working jib, double reef main, large holding tank, dinghy, 10 kg Bruce, Lk. Washington moorage, (206) 953-6640 S372-7

TAYANA 1977 NBeautiful 37’ cutter designed by Robert Perry, built to top quality standards; you’ll find these fine yachts all over the world. Interior woodwork in fine condition. Quarter berth, pull-out stbd. settee double berth, convertible salon table, full sized vee berth forward. Sigmar diesel furnace, too. Perkins 4 cyl. diesel with 650 hours. Roller furling.New paint, varnish last summer, nonskid reapplied to decks and all mech. systems check out just fine. If you’ve admired these distinctive cutters when you’ve been on the docks in Seattle, you’ll be thrilled to own one…at last. David at 206.225.3360. See photos and specs at; pacificmarine.org S380-MZ

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2003-38 FT. SEA SPIRIT SUNDECK FAST TRAWLER 13’ beam, 370 hp Yanmars, generator, heat and air conditioning, loaded, Flybridge and Sundeck Rainer enclosures. Asking $198,000. 714-271-2628 P463-10

54’ WM. GARDEN DESIGN, built at Philbrooks yard 1968. A luxurious yacht for the Northwest, two staterooms, twin Cummins, 12 kw genset, double cedar planked. August 2014 hull and topsides survey states; “good condition, better than most of her peers”. We just finished a sixteen-week ‘restoration’ from keel to mast head light and had her professionally painted. She’s absolutely beautiful - see twenty new exterior photos online at pacificmarine.org. Call David 206.225.3360 to make an appointment to see her. P918-MZ

60’ LIEN X $475,000 Great cruiser, live aboard. Twin Detroit 8-92s, 4 staterooms, 5 heads, 4000 watt inverter, bow thruster, 1000/day watermaker. Boat painted 5 years ago bottom 2015. 206 842-5239 P598-12

ILLNESS FORCES SALE! 35‘ MARINER/HELMSMAN 2007 DEMO, 380 hp. Cummins,bow & stern thrusters,gen set,inverter,2refers,2 station electronics,rib &crane, FULLY LOADED,1200 miles on 400 gal. Bring Offers: www.factorydirectyachts.com info@factorydirectyachts.com 714-271-2628 P123-10

36’ STOCKLAND TROLLER has custom refinished interior. New tanks, wiring, plumbing, Volvo diesel, and more. Veteran inside passage-maker, stout and able. A true adventurer’s yacht. Call 206.225.3360. See specs and photos at pacificmarine.org P529-MZ

1976 CONVERTED WORK BOAT $ 26,000- /OBO. Currently in use as a uninspected passenger vessel for hire/water taxi.Cruising at 7.5 knots/1.5 gal (diesel ) per hour. Fuel 350 gallons , water 175 gallons , head USCG approved , Foruno radar, Nav Com 1001 autopilot, Vesper class B AIS, 120 hp Cummins 5.9 liter 6 cylinder 2000 hours, 2 steering stations, 3 VHF radios. Copy of last survey on request via e-mail Laying Friday Harbor WA. 360-317-5475 / ggwickman@gmail.com P560-9

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31’ CAMANO 2001. This top quality cruiser is powered by a safe, reliable 200hp Volvo diesel. Has bow thruster, radar, autopilot, chart plotter, windlass, furnace, Vacuflush, two showers. Galley has 3 burner stove, oven, microwave. Full canvas, 9’ RIB w/8hp Yamaha. Recent professional maintenance & bottom painting. In excellent condition. 2069 hrs, $114,900. 206-718-0505 or alanlindstrum@ gmail.com P599-12

36’ FISHING OR CRUISING VESSEL. 36’ Trojan-Little Hoquiam re-build. 315 hrs on twin 3116 CATs. Four berths, head, shower, stove, micro, dinette, radar, GPS, plotter, sounder. Fresh AwlGrip paint. Call Howard @360-5381622 for details. $95,000.00. P607-1

CRUSIERS VILLA VEE 29’ 1978 Updated exterior/interior, twin gas direct drive, flybridge sport fish. Lifetime under cover,excellent condition, chart plt, 2VHF, 2 dpth, radar, bridge & ckpt canv, 2 brn prop stv, refrig, micro, cat heat, electrasan, 650 amp hr hse, bat, Hart 2000 invt, Link 10, Bruce anch, 120’ chn, 120’ line, windls. Cabin set as sitting room, sleeps 4. Great retirement fishing boat. $15,400 425 746 4272 P542-9

31’ CAMANO TROLL – 2004 New listing, this one shows very well and has been well cared for by the third owner. Volvo Penta 200HP with 1030 hrs, bimini for flybridge and cockpit, canvas for flybridge and front windows, Webasto diesel forced air heat, Bowthruster, Vacuflush head, propane cooktop / oven, dinghy with 8HP Honda and Seawise davit, Raymarine GPS / Chartplotter / Pilot, AIS, laptop with Coastal Explorer. $124,500 San Juan Yachting 800-677-7245 Bellingham, WA brokerage@sanjuanyachting.com P569-10

GB-32 1973 WOODIE CRUISE-READY Total rebuilt exchange Lehman 120 diesel & externals, 312 hrs., oil-change system, NL 4.5 gen-set, diesel heater, FULL boatcover, newer: batteries, prop, 300’ chain; relec. windlass, radar, gps, etc., aluminum fuel tanks 3 yrs. ago. $39,900. 8’ Walker Bay & St. Croix davits available separately. Email: jg@FijiIslandLiving. com P574-11 40’ OCEAN ALEXANDER, EURO TRAWLER, 1983. Low mileage T-Lehmans, Turn-key inside/ out. $20K upgrades: Head, Electrical, Nav, Cabin, Fridge, Heat,Canvas. Liveaboard slip, Shilshole Marina. Affordable, scenic living in Ballard- 206.595.3825. P600-7

THE RINKER 250 FIESTA VEE is fully equipped and trailerable at a beam of 8’6” (no trailer). LOA: 27’1” Beam: 8’6”Draft: 3’ Weight: 6350 lbs. Fresh water capacity: 33 gal. Fuel capacity: 75 gal Includes 8’ dinghy with Weaver davits, camper canvas, and Heater Craft heater in salon and cockpit. Moored under cover in fresh water at Tillicum Marina Lake Union. Moorage is transferable. Yacht Certified. $24,000. 206-335-2968 claimco@comcast.net P565-10

2014 RANGER TUG R31. 250-594-3774. $280,000.00 CDN. Volvo D4 300hp diesel, 25hp outboard, 9’6” highfield dinghy, 6hp outboard, seawise davit, front & rear helm stations bow & stern thrusters, full bimini cockpit cover, propane stove & Oven, Garmin DSC radio, radar, GPS, Autopilot, 2 touch screen chartplotters, 2 fridges, 2 heads, microwave, wine cooler, 2 down riggers, lots of extras. P591-12

48 FT. CUMMINGS DIESEL FLUSH DECK MOTOR YACHT. Custom built at Skagstad Marine this 3 stateroom twin diesel was originally launched as the Karajan.Recent 2016 survey ,this Ed Monk Sr. Design is very efficient using 5 gal. Fuel at 10knots. She is now the Enterprise K and is located in Sidney B.C. If you are looking to own a one of a kind piece of history , your time is now. For further info E-Mail KTRock49@hotmail.com P590-7

2005 NORDIC TUG 32. Turnkey Condition. Just finished annual power buffing and wax. Cummins 270 hp, 758 hrs. Thruster Windlass. Espar Heat. Magnum 2800. Inverter/ charger Raymarine GPS Plotter, Depth, Speed, Radar, Pilot, VHF, Stereo. Reefer & Freezer. Propane Stove/oven. Vacuflush, Macerator. Bullfrog dinghy, Seawise davit 20 hp Honda. For more details, specification and pictures: 360738-3422 or roco@openaccess.org $199,500. P536-12

PRESIDENT 41. Moonglade is a fantastic value for her new owner. Its not that often you come across such a spacious boat with twin diesel engines for only $65,000!! Powered by twin Perkins 200 HP engines, she is well suited for a couple who like to entertain or a small family. Her dual cabin layout, folding arch, rich teak interior and good maintenance should put Moonglade on your shortlist. Clock full specs to see all she has to offer.Recent October 2015 Out of Water Survey available upon viewing and inspection of vessel. For more info: 206-914-9271,206 999 5009, kevin@skymtg.com P562-12

65’ EX ARMY T-BOAT #478 “T-SARGE.” Sea of Cortez, MX. $88,000. All steel, Detroit 12V71, complete rewire, Furuno electronics, great galley, open salon/ opening skylight, huge cargo hold, needs deck work. Cruising to Puerto Penasco for haul-out at steel boatyard, 3.5 hour drive from Tucson. Steal at $88,000. Contact Clint at (360) 316-1180 or clintanddebbie@hotmail.com P557-9

42 KROGEN “83” $141,500. 2300hrs 125hp, thruster, windless with 400ft 3/16 HD chain with 65lb CQR and 400ft 3/4 rode with 45lb Dansforth, Wabasto heat, Westerbeak Gen excellent condition (360) 510-7754 P593-12

“OTTER’S LIFE” IS AN OCEAN ALEXANDER MARK 1. A pilothouse boat built of fiberglass by Ocean Alexander. LOA: 50’/ Beam: 15’ 6”/Draft: 4’6”/Disp: 42000 lbs. Powered by twin 270 hp “Triple Nickel” Cummins VT-555-M diesel engines with conventional gears. Engine hours: 1169 Generator: Onan 8kw with 1143 hrs. Electronics: Radar, Autopilot, GPS, 2 VHF Radios, Depthsounder, Bowthrusters, NAIAD Stabilizers, Village Marine Watermaker. The Ocean Alexander Mark 1 is a proven, popular, and well-equipped vessel that is ideal for NW Cruising. Waypoint Marine Group 206.284.0200 sales@waypointmarine.com P601-1

1984 SUNDOWNER 30 TUG Excellent, well equipped, full electronics, webasto, refrigeratorfreezer, huge storage, everything works perfectly, engine runs well, new oil change, filters, belts. clean & neat. Bellingham. $59,500.00. 360-7204480 P409-9 34 CHB FIBERGLASS TRAWLER 77 Tri Cabin Very sea worthy vessel with a dependable Ford Lehman that burns 1.5 gal/ hour with a Cruising range of 600 miles. Aft cabin has two bunks with lots of storage. Gps/potter/fish finder. 2500w inverter, red dot heat.503-510-2239. 503-871-4447. $34.900 P576-11

1990 15 FT. ARIMA W/60 HP. Johnson, VHF, GPS, Fish Finder, Depth Finder and equipped for two down riggers. Dual batteries, new tires on Caulkin trailer. $5500.00 contact Anacortes WA 360-293-3586. P551-8 96 NORTHWEST YACHTING // AUGUST 2016

32’ GRAND BANKS (1972) “The Great NW Cruiser” Rebuilt Lehman diesel, STERN THRUSTER, New 2500-watt inverter; Yanmar genset, dual GPS chartplotters; Radar, Whaler tender, Auto-pilot, and more.. $34,950.00 Contact: Dave 206-949-6866 or daveb@hebertyachts.com P561-10

CARVER 41’ ACMY-2006-SOLD NEW 2008. 300 hrs on twin 310 h.p. Volvo Diesels. 9 kw genset. Bow & Stern Thrusters. Three heat pumps. Espar heat on bridge. Auto Pilot, 2 Raytheon E80’s-charts to S.E. Alaska. Electric oven, also microwave-convection oven. Central vacuum. Two Tv’s with DVD, Sirius radio. Nine ft Caribe with 9 h.p. tohatsu, 10 ft inflatable with 5 h.p. Mercury, Epirb, lifesling. Laptop with Nobeltec charts to Alaska. $222,000. More Details: bettysrig@gmail.com. Phone: 360.697.9850. P559-9

1995/96 BAYLINER 3258 AVANTI. Orginal owner, very clean. Tiwn 5.7L Mercruisers. 9’6” Gig Harbor sailing dinghy. New waste water system, hot water tank, flybridge cover & many spares. $38,000. 206-949-0491. P588-11

2001 EAGLE 40 TRAWLER W/FLYBRIDGE $215,000. 1400 hours on Cummins, single stateroom with queen, 360 degree walkaround deck, easiest boat on the market to singlehand, 3000 watt inverter, 2012 achilles/8hp Yamaha, washer/ dryer. Call, text, or email. 2062763421, mvthankful@ gmail.com P603-8

2000, 42’ NORDIC TUG. Low hours, fully equipped, covered freshwater moorage, see at www.boattrader.com (Portland, OR area). Email adhoffman69@gmail.com or call (503) 320-5748. $325,000 P539-7


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1920 34’ FANTAIL LAUNCH BY CHARLES HARRIS PH.D. UW. Scamper is a one-of-a-kind eye catcher. Complete restore 2013-16. Yanmar 35E Aquamarine Drive 2200 hours 7kt, 1gph! Uniquely constructed yellow cedar hull. 34,500 OBO. 712-490-7955 P568-10

61’ TOLLYCRAFT PILOTHOUSE 1991. This late model 61 Tolly is exceptionally clean and has been very well maintained. She features twin 735HP Detroit diesels, two Kohler generators, two inverters, bow thruster, two diesel furnaces, huge array of electronics, satellite TV, electronic engine controls, new watermaker, 13’5” Boston Whaler. The exterior has a great shine and the large French doors open up to a beautiful teak salon. This is a grand yacht that will provide her new owners years of joyful and reliable cruising. danbyrd39@ gmail.com 509-929-3535 P549-8

2014 NORTH PACIFIC YACHTS 39’ $330,000 Cummins Electronic Control 230hp 400hrs Full Raymarine Bow & Stern Thrusters Stainless Window Frames Lofrans Tigres 440’ 3/8 High Test WASI Swivel Rocna 55 Diesel Heat 360-420-5418 or 360-420-1106 P564-10 45 FT SEA RANGER MOTORYACHT 1986 (50 ft overall) T/255HP Volvo diesels.8KW Gen. 800 gal fuel, 300 gal water, enclosed flybridge and sundeck. Galley up. Aft master stateroom with walkaround queen. Two foreward staterooms with head and shower. Great liveaboard or long range cruiser. All teak interior. $125,000. Additional photos available. 360-509-0124 P587-7 40’ ALUMINIUM LONG RANGE TRAWLER Ted Brewer design, Custom 1 of 5 built by American Marine Fabricators in 1990. Cruising range of 1600 NM, 2 Yanmar 4T95 naturally aspirated diesels, upgraded electronics, well-equipped, and proven Alaskan cruiser. 509-679-3129 chillebob@juno. com P604-8

2015 CUTWATER 28. Used one summer, stored inside, climate controlled, ice blue hull, bottom paint, Volvo D-4 260HP diesel, 80 hours, Garmin electronics (radar, chart plotter, sonar, auto pilot, AIS 300), bow/stern thrusters, diesel heater, anchor package, propane stove/oven, AGM batteries. $184,900 More info/photos 253-278-8555 P596-12

1995 42’ GRAND BANKS CLASSIC. Impeccable Condition. Twin Cats 3208. Up-to-date electronics. 8 KW Onan Gen Set. Vacuflush waste system. 3 Zone hydronic heating $189,000. 480-488-1789/602-361-8018. P578-11

GRAND BANKS 36 (1973) “BLACK OPAL” Fully restored and updated, well maintained and kept under cover. Twin Lehman 120 diesels, Zodiac w/5hp Yamaha on Weaver Davits and Ideal Windlass w/all chain rode and Bruce Anchor. UPDATED: Paint & Varnish, Decks, SWIMSTEP, FOLDing Mast, Interior, Refrigeration, Full electronics w/ Autopilot, Electrical Panels, Battery Bank with Inverter, Hydronic Furnace, Aluminum Fuel Tanks, and more… She is an exceptional vessel and well equipped for serious PNW cruising. Pleasant Harbor. $67,500 JRThiele@aol.com or 503-708-4291 P597-12

1994 CARVER 370 VOYAGER 40’-1” overall Original owner, boat house kept since new. Twin low time Turbo Cummings diesels with trolling valves. Northern Lights 5KW Generator in sound shield. Diesel forced air heating. No packing shaft seals. Lower and upper helms with all electronics. 300 gal fuel capacity for long range cruising at 20knots. Two staterooms, one with two berths and the Master with walk around Queen. Large head with glass enclosed shower. Main Cabin aft with two chairs and convertible couch. Galley in raised pilot house has large refrigerator/freezer and propane range with oven. Unique convertible table and helm seat configuration for maximum space utilization for living and operating comfort. Large Fly bridge seats 6 plus Sun lounge. Custom stainless steel radar arch and cockpit railings. 10ft aluminum bottom RIB with 15hp Merc. Easy geared launch and retrieve system. 253-310-7162 for viewing in Gig Harbor, $79,900. P592-7

1989 34’ TOLLYCRAFT SPORT SEDAN. Twin 454 Mercruisers. Invertor. GPS with AIS. 9’ hard bottom inflatable dinghy with newer 15 hp Honda, on davits. Great Condition. No brokers. $76,900. 360-466-2149. P550-8

45’ NW CRUISER “SOCKEYE” Professionally converted wooden troller. All new systems and tankage. Berthed at Boat Haven, Port of Port Townsend, slip A071. Photos at www.LeslieSchnick.com under “Boats” and “Press”. Call or text Les 360-301-3794; email: Leschnick@outlook.com for complete list of equipment, systems and more photos. $150,000. P605-1

2556 BAYLINER CB - 1991. 365 hrs on Merc Cruiser 454 engine, 100 hrs on Bravo II outdrive, dual helm stations w/Garmin GPS’s, new starter motor, batteries w/3-way power selector VHSradio, electric galley, airy salon w/ raised dinette, sleeps 6, galvanized trailer, dingy, binimi, aft canvas, CB cover, Excellent shape! Details on Bellingham Craig’s List. $25,100 obo. 360-371-7302 or a.ogorman@ comcast.net P594-7

43’ OCEAN ALEXANDER 1985 Flush Aft Deck. Twin 135 Ford Lehmans, RIB with 15 hp four stroke electric start Honda on electric davit, Westerbeke GenSet in sound box, Espar Diesel heat, Furuno RADAR and sounder, auto pilot, 20 gallon hot water. $127,000 Call (360)710-8660 or flyer@broadstripe.net P595-12 50’ OCEAN ALEXANDER, MARK 1, 1979,by owner. $267,000. “SHIBUI” (simple, yet refined) is upgraded for cruising SEAlaska. 11 weeks perfect cruise there 2015, ready for same 2016. 2 staterooms, sleeps 9, 2 heads w/showerstalls and VacuFlush, Groco Thermopure treatment system. Safe walkaround decks behind solid bulwarks. Excellent condition. Actively chartered 16 years (www.ayc.com), simplified operation, 40 page logical manual. Twin Ford Lehman 120hp diesels (excellent parts availability), Aquadrive soft mount system (quiet), Glendinning electronic single lever control. Northern Light 5.0kw genset. Magnum MS2812 inverter. 1200 Ahr batterybank. 1000 gal fuel, Racor filters and polishing. 300 gal water, Spectra 400 watermaker (17gph). Webasto 2020 hydronic diesel heat, muffled vertical exhaust. Galley with large, deep Corian sink, Force 10 stainless propane stove, Seafreeze fridge and chest freezer, microwave, ice maker. Generous cabinets and storage throughout. Salon w/2 sofas, table, entertainment. Roomy Pilothouse, logical custom instrumentation, table with surround settee. Electronics: Simrad autopilot, 2 radars (Furuno FR8062, 72m, color and Raython 16m), Coastal Navigator w/charts, GPS, 2 depth sounders, 2 Icom VHF. 13’ AB RIB (al), fish finder, bilge pump, 30hp Yamaha, Roskelly Olssen davit, 4 kayak storage, Schwinn exercise bike, custom dodgers and mast, air-horn and searchlight. For Sale by Owner. Website www.quartermasteryacht.com smordre@centurytel.net 206-617-8744 P570-10

CLASSIC 1962 GRAND BANKS CHANTEYMAN PILOTHOUSE TRAWLER YACHT. John Deere diesel 1250 hours, stern thruster, modern electronics, all systems replaced. 2011 Alaska veteran, new paint, excellent condition. $65,000. Olympia boathouse available. Email for specswandrian421@gmail.com. P606-8

1976 – 60’ NORDLUND FDPH $189,950. Many recent upgrades. Some repairs in work. Moored at Olympia’s Swantown marina. Been on a 2 year haulout cycle since 2001. Call 206-718-0744 or bob_jose@msn.com. P577-11

41’ LUHRS SPORTSFISHER, 14’ BEAM. L973. Never been in saltwater. Twin 440 Chrysler engines. Chart plotters. Spacious cabin, sleeps 6, well-maintained, smoothe-running boat. REDUCED PRICE = $40,000.00 CALL (541) 620-2657. P571-9

42’ UNIFLITE 1974 - $60,000 Built in Bellingham, one owner, always boathouse kept, sundeck layout, two staterooms forward and aft, dinette, full galley, Bimini canvas and full enclosure VT903 Cummins engines with less than 3400 hours, 8 KW genset, 11’ Boston Whaler tender with 25 HP outboard, Chartplotter/GPS/Radar/ Autopilot meticulously maintained,super clean, recent survey. Ask for Wes Koenig or Lothar Taylor 800-6777245. San Juan Sailing / San Juan Yachting P580-11

1999 42’ Grand Banks Europa. Excellent condition. Survey. Twin J.D.300hp 1570 hours. 12’ Rigid Dinghy, Steelhead ES1000 hydraulic crane, 40hp. Northstar AGM batteries. Electronics suite, bow thruster, Onan 8kw genset. Friday Harbor. $399,000 360 378-3605. P548-8

53’ TOLLYCRAFT PHMY 1990 for sale by owner $429,000. One-of-a-kind Tollycraft with custom built hardtop. Many upgrades. Solar and watermaker. On the Tennessee River with ocean access. Visit us at www.tollycraftyacht.com. 865-518-6460 P589-12

WOODEN CLASSIC - 36FT DOUBLE TRUNK CRUISER One of a kind - Well maintained - many updates. Kept undercover in Napa Marina California. For more information & website call Joe (707) 779-2721 Asking $35,000.00 P566-10 AUGUST 2016 2016 // // NORTHWEST NORTHWEST YACHTING YACHTING 97 97 AUGUST


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36’ 36’NORSTAR NORSTARPILOTHOUSE. PILOTHOUSE.2003 2003Model, Model,twin twinCummins Cummins 370hp 370hp diesels diesels (620 (620 hours). hours). Professionally Professionally maintained maintained && immaculate immaculate condition. condition. 2015 2015 Furuno Furuno navigation navigation suite suite && Awlgrip Awlgrip ‘Flag ‘Flag Blue’ Blue’ painted painted hull. hull. Full Full specs specs and and photos photos at at www.norstaryachts.com. www.norstaryachts.com. Asking Asking $329,900. $329,900. Call Call (360) (360) 223-2399 223-2399 P579-11 P579-11

56’ 56’MONK MONK MCQUEEN MCQUEEN’71. ’71.Immaculate Immaculateininevery everysense, sense,she’s she’s been been kept kept inin aa freshwater freshwater boathouse boathouse by by her her former former owner owner of of the the past past thirty thirty years. years. Always Always had had regularly regularly scheduled scheduled upkeep, upkeep, mechanical mechanical maintenance maintenance and and haul haul outs, outs, including including November November 2015 2015 for for bottom bottom paint. paint. AA treasure treasure for for those those who who appreciate appreciate aa truly truly gorgeous gorgeous wood wood boat. boat. See See seventy seventy photos photos and and all all the the specs specs at; at; pacificmarine.org, pacificmarine.org, call call 206.225.3360 206.225.3360 P582-MZ P582-MZ

34 34 Tollycraft-Ready Tollycraft-Ready to to cruise! cruise! Perfect Perfect for for the the San San Juan’s Juan’s and and Puget Puget Sound. Sound. One One of of the the roomiest roomiest ‘34’s ‘34’s you’ll you’ll find. find. Recent/New: Recent/New: Canvas, Canvas, Carpet, Carpet, Upholstery, Upholstery, >100 >100 hours hours on on new new 315hp 315hp Mercs, Mercs, rebuilt rebuilt Velvet Velvet Drives. Drives. && much much more... more... call/text call/text 360-303-8159 360-303-8159for formore moreinfo info&&pics picsor orto toarrange arrangeviewing viewing in in Bellingham. Bellingham. P547-8 P547-8

RR 25 25 SC-25’ SC-25’ RANGER RANGER TUG. TUG. 2014-150 2014-150 HP HP Diesel Diesel Engine. Engine. Very Very well well equipped. equipped. Beautiful Beautiful shape-Approx shape-Approx 65 65 Hrs. Hrs. E2 E2 Load Load Trailer Trailer $110,000 $110,000 Firm Firm Call Call Lee Lee (509) (509) 328-2744 328-2744 Spokane, Spokane, WA WA P609-8 P609-8

42’ 42’ UNIFLITE UNIFLITE SPORTFISH SPORTFISH ’77. ’77. AA very very well well built built offshore offshore sport sport fishing fishing model. model. Large Large salon salon and and queen queen berth berth master master stateroom stateroom Twin Twin Detroit Detroit 6-71’s 6-71’s in in excellent excellent condition. condition. ReRecently cently cleaned cleaned top top to to bottom, bottom, minor minor mechanical mechanical upgrades upgrades and andnew newpaint paintfor forthe thecockpit cockpitand andflybridge flybridgedecks. decks. Functional Functional electronics electronics and and nav., nav., she she would would make make aa great great partnership partnership for for aa group group of of folks folks who who love love to to fish. fish. $46,000. $46,000. See See details; details;pacificmarine.org, pacificmarine.org,call call206.225.3360 206.225.3360P581-MZ P581-MZ

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Welcome to the HYG Family, Pete Sponek! SAY HELLO TO OUR NEWEST ADDITION

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Northwest Yachting August 2016  

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