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If you have yet to get gifts for the special boaters in your life, we're here to help spread the cheer. We rounded up some of our favorite boat and boating-lifestyle related toys on the market for Northwest Yachting's annual gift-giving guide.

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ADVENTURE! As a complement to our chartering guide, Sherri Huleatt of Northest Explorations offers some professional advice on what to look for in a chartering company and how to take the plunge.

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FROM THE HELM

Less Jingle, More Good Cheer

I knew I was doomed for a long holiday season when I caught the unmistakable chorus of “Jingle Bell Rock” one early October evening as I was driving home from the boat. Halloween candy was still a novelty item on store shelves, the leaves were Michelle Zeasman- still green and hanging tough, Gibbon and there had been no talk of decorating, let alone carving turkeys. Why—dear reader—was I being subjected to Christmas carols? I mean, I love the holidays as much as the next person, but my idea of a great holiday season has a lot more to do with spending time with family and friends, exchanging meaningful gifts, and perhaps indulging in a bit too much holiday cheer (always boat and drive responsibly), and a lot less to do with easy-listening ballads about a reindeer with an oddly illuminated nose, especially when they run down Grandma! While this might put me at odds with some musically-challenged Americans, I’ve not met too many serious boaters who spend their evenings romping around Christmas trees. The flybridge or the salon on occasion, perhaps, but certainly not the Christmas tree. Grating ditties aside, I’m looking forward to having my kids home for the holidays, getting out on the boat together for a last day trip or two of 2016, and giving my husband, Chris, a few carefully chosen nautical gifts. While I’m always perusing websites and chandleries for inspiration, I had some help this year from Northwest Yachting’s staff

who put together our annual Holiday Gift Guide. There you’ll find ideas for your favorite boater—or perhaps for your own wish list—geared for a variety of on-the-water pursuits and a plethora of price ranges. While the Christmas tree is the point of holiday gravity in many homes ashore, some boaters instead opt to spend their holidays afloat. Home is where the heart is, after all, and from this perspective it’s easy to see the romance of hanging mistletoe from the rigging or decking-out the flybridge rails with holiday lights and escaping the craziness that often defines December’s back half. The summer boating season might feel like a long ways off as your eardrums are getting bombarded by Christmas carols, but the truth is that charter reservations are already being booked for summer’s primo weeks. If you’re in the market for some charter time, be sure to spend some time checking out your local options in our annual Northwest Charter Guide. And should you need a bit more information about how chartering works, Sherri Huleatt, who is a freelance writer and digital marketing strategist at Northwest Explorations, presents an insider’s perspective in her feature-length article, “Choose Your Own Adventure!”, inside this issue. There, boaters of all stripes will find some solid advice—from the charter company’s point of view—on how to maximize a chartered escape. In the meantime, on behalf of the Northwest Yachting staff, I wish you and your family a happy and healthy holiday season, and a successful 2017!

— Michelle Zeasman-Gibbon, Publisher, Northwest Yachting

Holiday Hideaway We hid three different holiday icons in this issue for you to find for a shot to win! Take a selfie with each of the icons and send the pics to norris@nwyachting.com. The 7th submission gets a free Northwest Yachting t-shirt. Happy hunting!

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Lara RochéSudar moved to Seattle after graduating from Williams College in 2014, with a BA in Asian Studies, a mild caffeine addiction, and far too many books. After two years of working odd jobs, she is excited to be taking on the position of Ad Coordinator here at Northwest Yachting. In her free time, Lara enjoys reading and spending time with her friends. She is also training for a power-lifting meet next year.

MANAGING EDITOR Norris Comer norris@nwyachting.com

EDITORIAL CONSULTANT David Schmidt

CREATIVE DIRECTOR Alex Kwanten alexk@nwyachting.com

SALES DIRECTOR Cheryl Nellis cheryl@nwyachting.com

ADVERTISING COORDINATOR Lara Roché-Sudar lara@nwyachting.com

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Linda Ball Bridget Charters Tony Floor Doug Hansen Sherri Huleatt Peter Marsh Peter Schrappen

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Jan Anderson Tom Walker

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This Month's Guest Contributors Sherri Huleatt is a freelance writer and digital marketing strategist. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English literature from Western Washington University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in marketing from West Virginia University. When she doesn’t have her head buried in a book, you can find her camping, cooking, or laughing at a pun.

PUBLISHER Michelle Zeasman-Gibbon michelle@nwyachting.com

Peter Marsh grew up in Greenwich, UK, started dinghy sailing in 1963, and witnessed the start of the Singlehanded Trans-Atlantic Race in 1964. He was involved in early trimaran development, then joined Major H.W. Tilman for a voyage to the Arctic in 1971. He came to the U.S. in 1972 and has only built one more multihull, a small open trimaran that he cruised to Alaska twice with in the 1980s, plus a 1986 voyage on the Great Lakes. He described those voyages in his first stories for Northwest Yachting magazine. He has lived in Astoria, Oregon since 2002. Read many of his stories at www.sea-to-summit.net

Special photo credits: Ingrid Taylar (Tacoma Scrap boat, P14), Greg Schechter (Shark Vs. Seal, P14), Tom Walker (Holiday Boat, p24), Andrew E. Russell (Salmon, p29), Ken Shin (Maui, p79). Views expressed by individual Northwest Yachting contributors are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the magazine.

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Industry Angles

Seattle Boat Show: New Seminars! Buzz begins for the PNW's largest Marine Event The Seattle Boat Show, January 27 – February 4, 2017, is still several weeks off, but already there is a palpable buzz among the Pacific Northwest boating community. The anticipation has only amplified since the release of this year’s seminar schedule. With 36 fresh topics and 17 new presenters, the lineup has more to offer than ever before.

seminars cover such topics as man overboard procedures and cruising considerations for children. Experienced cruisers have plenty to offer in seminars like “Around Vancouver Island as a Family” and more. A whopping 60 fishing seminars are slated to give attendees the inside scoop on how to score that lingcod or full pot of crab. Prominent to the new lineup is the new Prominent to the new lineup is the new Offshore Sailing Forum, Offshore Sailing Forum, a two-hour panel a two-hour panel featurfeaturing active and experienced cruisers ing active and John and Amanda Neal, Andy and Jill Cross, experienced cruisers John Will Curry, and moderator Sarah Curry. and Amanda Neal, Andy The brand new topics vary depend- and Jill Cross, Will Curry, and moding on category. The technology section erator Sarah Curry. They will be talking is particularly robust, ranging from about it all, from planning typical cruismodern-mariner essentials like “Ten ing budgets to prioritizing important Tips for Using AIS on Your Boat” to skills to staying safe. “iPhones, iPads, and Boats: Tips from What’s more, all of these new semia Twenty-Something Cruiser.” Safety nars (and more) are free to Seattle Boat

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Show attendees. What is not free, but still exciting, is the continuation of Boat Show University’s three-hour seminars and all-day training sessions. The show is bringing out the big guns with local icons like Mark Bunzel, editor of the Waggoner Guide, and Jeff Renner, former KING 5 meteorologist. The three-hour programs are $39 each while day-long training sessions, like Diesel and Electrical Troubleshooting, are $100. The Seattle Boat Show 2017 seems poised to once again raise the bar and may even shatter previous attendance records. The show takes place indoors at CenturyLink Field Event Center and afloat on South Lake Union. There is even a free shuttle service between the two locations to make things even easier for attendees. For more details on pricing and the full list of events, check out seattleboatshow.com. We may be thinking about the holidays this month, but we all know that the real fun for boaters is waiting for us at the end of January. We’ll see you there!


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Health standards for toxins in Puget Sound haven't changed in 24 years, so the update is overdue.

municipalities, needed flexibility and time to implement the new standards. The new standards are in part a reaction to new research that suggestions Washingtonians consume more fish and shellfish than previously thought. The standards are meant to add the needed water quality protection in order to protect the larger-than-expected seafood consuming population. Time will tell how effective these actions are in practice. “Washington maintains one of the

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that was too low for the average person to stand up. She was traditionally planked with some sort of pine or fir on oak frames. She had a fake bowsprit that didn't let in to the stem! She was an orphan, a widow, and a tub with no known heirs or pedigree. I bought her for $5,000 without much thought because she was the only boat I could afford and I didn't have the patience to look for a better one. I decided to set sail on that sort of adventure because I was 24 years old and didn't have anything better to do. Even though it was a colossal misadventure at the time and I nearly got myself killed, looking back I see that it was my wisest mistake. Q: It is clear when reading this book that the Pacific Northwest environment is integral to the story. How do you think the Pacific Northwest shaped you as a sailor and a writer? This is a great question! I know for sure how it shaped me as a sailor. It made me a pretty good one. I've sailed from Seattle to the Aleutian Is-

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lands and back in a 50-foot wooden ketch built at Lake Union Dry Dock in 1930. I rebuilt her from handhewn timbers near Ramp Island and wintered over in Sitka and again in Dutch Harbor. I sailed in countless gales and hoved-to in one or two Gulf of Alaska storms. That's no big deal if you earn your anchors in these waters. Coastal sailing as a whole is far more fraught than offshore, so you learn a lot more. Around here, you begin to expect the unexpected on a boat because Sparrow with Tranquility at Stimson Marina in the late 1990s.

that's what can destroy you. You don't just drop anchor and hit the rack at 0200 hours off the south side of Sutwik Island, Alaska. You don't beat west in the Strait of Juan De Fuca on an outgoing tide with a strong westerly forecast. They say constant vigilance is the price of safety at sea, and I've found that to be true. The Pacific Northwest is a challenging environment to run a boat in and a Puget Sound sailor is a very good sailor because of that. As for the writing, well, you might say that all of the above is great material for a generation widely derided as the wimpiest in American history. Q: Your voice is pretty apparent in the story. Is finding the humor in bleak situations a valuable tool? I think finding the humor in life's ups and downs is a sign of overall mental health. Remaining positive in dangerous or challenging situations is a must for the individual and for anyone in a leadership role, such as a captain. But as a captain, I do not look for the humor in trying situations when they're happening, and I find that tendency in fellow mariners to be disconcerting. Plastic pirate garb and a nip of rum or two is fine times on a boat in the right set of circumstances, but I see it more often that I like. The sea commands your respect and if your crew doesn't respect you, as captain, and they do not see that you're taking things seriously, well, that's a problem.

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The sea doesn't suffer fools for very long. Q: Do you have a writing process? Journaling? Locking yourself in a cellar until the manuscript is written? When I write, I write for myself. I have to be totally alone to do it and I cannot work on anything else. It's an incredibly tedious process for me. I write and rewrite until I think it can't be improved.

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A good editor is very, very important. Because you, as the writer, know the story you're telling, so in the back of your mind you're adding important details known only to you and that makes you think you've written or explained something well when in fact, you haven't at all. Your editor must be proficient in language and usage and they must be an astute and careful reader as well. Your sweetheart or spouse can't do

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this for you. It takes time to find someone compatible with your approach who is also willing to edit your work. Tranquility would not have been possible without my Inland Waters Press editor, Megan Kathleen Stocklin. Q: So the adventuring is obviously the fun part of the story (ex. wrecking, heartbreak, rough seas, etc). What does it all mean, at the end of the day? Any lessons to take away? I don't have the faintest idea what Tranquility means as a story. Honestly. I'd be very interested to hear what readers make of it, but I'm too afraid to ask. I hear that it's not half-bad and that's incredibly nice to know. Q: Any other books in the works? I've lived a life of adventure and Tranquility was intended as

book #2 in a trilogy. I wrote #2 first, because for some reason I was losing touch with all of the details of the voyage. I'm currently writing the book that comes before the Tranquility years. I was working on a freighter out of Rarotonga in the South Seas prior to 1997. The ship was the Avatapu, captained by the legendary Pacific sailor Nancy Griffith. I got marooned on a motu, — it's a long story — the book is about that sort of thing. Books one and three are years away from being done. It's pretty hard to write when you're working so hard promoting a finished book. Q: What words of wisdom would you have to the sailorwriters-adventurers out there who want to see their books on the shelves someday? No one will like this answer, but I mean it. All good writers are self-taught. If you're writing sea story/adventure/memoir then by all means, write what you have really lived and know. Stay off the internet and forget about writing groups. Don't expect any encouragement Continued on Page 24

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Christmas Ships Parades at Portland, Oregon, all month: The Christmas Ships Parade is a Portland tradition since 1954 and is more accurately viewed as a season unto itself. Both Willamette and Columbia River fleets, with well over 60 boats total, adhere to an ambitious sailing schedule throughout the month to different locations in the Portland area. If you find yourself down that way, then check out christmasships.org for the information you need to catch a glimpse. If you wish to join the fun with your own vessel, there is information on the website as well. We've heard good things and it looks like a lot of fun. Christmas Lane Decorated Boat Display and Contest at Port Orchard, Washington, December 2, 3, and 4: The Sinclair Inlet Yacht Club and Port of Orchard Marina are hosting this event for boaters of all persuations. The marina even offers three free nights of moorage (December 2, 3, and 4) to each boat that shows up decorated with lights (price of

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The holiday season was made for Gluehwein! Gluehwein, a spiced wine served hot, is a Christmas special straight from Germany and Austria that is synonymous with stockings over the fire, rosy cheeks from skiing in the Alps, and Saint Nicholas giving coal to naughty children (the Germans tend to be a little stricter about that kind of thing). The drink is a cinch to make but does require a stovetop and some prep. Make sure the boat is nice and secure on the hook before partaking, as the warm alcohol goes to one’s head extra quick.

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The Minesweeper Tradition Continues at Pacific Fishermen By Peter Marsh

Almost every kind of boat imaginable has traveled up and down the Seattle Ship Canal and through the locks over the last 100 years, but few of the thousands of crew or passengers who enjoy that spectacle are aware of another part of local maritime history. It was 75 years ago, when World War II was raging in Europe, that several of the Seattle shipyards began building small warships to send to Great Britain under the U.S. government's Lend-Lease program. I was reminded of this epic time in local boat building history when I wandered into Pacific Fishermen’s yard in Ballard, less than a mile from the offices of Northwest Yachting. A very large, fairly old wooden motoryacht was hauled out and stored under a tall portable cover. The M/V Liseron of Juneau was missing lots of deteriorated outer layer of bottom planking that was piled up to one side of the shelter. This revealed a second layer of planking underneath that was in much better condition. I made no attempt to guess at how big this hull was or when it was built. Just as well, because when I found yard manager Doug Dixon, he cheerfully informed me that she was also a converted minesweeper built in 1952. This was a happy coincidence for me and moved the story up to the top of my list. In addition, I quickly realized that Dixon is a “mine of information” who has been researching the history of wooden boat building on Lake Union for many years —especially the WW II era. By then, the yard already had a long history, having been opened in 1874 by a Norwegian named T.W. Lake—over 40 years before the canal and locks were completed. Many of the Mosquito Fleet's ferries were launched there and departed the lake for Puget Sound during high water. When the yard changed hands, it was renamed Seattle Ship Yards and then Ballard Marine Railway. In 1946 it was bought by a collective of 400 Norwegian fishermen and the name changed again to Pacific Fishermen. Interestingly, they ran it as a co-operative for many years.

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Pilots used ex-minesweeper YMS 117 as a station boat from 1947 to 1959. But two of the Ballard boats eventually ended up with world- famous owners and became famous in their own rights.

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BYMS 26 served in the Mediterranean where she was converted into a car ferry. She was discovered by Jacques Cousteau in the 1950s and was converted again into his dive-support ship Calypso. The French diving pioneer and his ship went on to make many discoveries and become famous in the USA through the series The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau, which ran for ten years from 1966 to 1976. At a time when color television was a novelty, his programs opened the eyes of a generation to the wonders beneath the waves. A second documentary series, The Cousteau Odyssey, ran from 1977 to 1982. In the later years, he became a pioneer in the movement to protect the oceans until a barge

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48’ Chris Craft ’87 ..................... $99,900 48’ TriStar LRC ’80 ....................$199,000 47’ Lien Hwa ’87 ......................$179,500 42’ Sea Ray Sundancer ‘90 ........ $89,500 39’ Bayliner 3988 MY ’99.........$125,000 38’ Golden Star ’86................... $55,500 38’ True North Heritage ’07 ..... $299,000

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Community: The Mine Sweeper Tradition Continues at Pacific Fishermen Continued from Page 34

Wild Goose for the last 17 years of his life and entertained famous people including two presidents — Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. He also liked getting away from his busy life at home in California. He hired a professional crew and had them take the boat and his family to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska in the summer where he joined Lisaron in 1963 with the French Navy.

them to enjoy the world-class fishing and hiking. Wayne frequented Sequim Bay aboard the Wild Goose and bought a big chunk of land in the area. He envisioned a marina in the scenic bay, and The John Wayne Marina was constructed in 1985 on 22 acres of land donated by the John Wayne family. The Wayne family still owns 150 acres in Sequim, where “John Wayne’s Waterfront Resort,” located steps from the marina, invites visitors to enjoy getaways or extended stays in cabins or the RV Park. The Wild Goose now serves as a dinner-cruise boat in Newport Beach, CA.

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Originally BYMS 26, the former Mine Sweeper M/V Calypso is probably the most famous of all such ships, serving explorer Jaques Cousteau for decades until an accident in Singapore in 1996 put her into what has become a semi-permanent retirement.

M/V Liseron

So what about the Liseron? Dixon explained that it was a later version of the Navy's design for the Korean conflict—a 409-ton MSC 90 Mine Sweeper Coastal 60. She is 145 feet long and 28 feet wide with a draft of 8.5 feet; built in 1952 by Tacoma Boat as AMS-98 (Adjutant Class Motor Minesweeper) and later sold to France where she was given the French name Liseron. The Boat Company of Poulsbo, Washington had bought its first

ex-minesweeper in 1980 and found her to be a fine vessel for eco-cruising and conservation efforts in Alaska’s Inside Passage. They looked for a newer version and acquired the Liseron in 1989. She was lovingly restored and refitted with ten luxurious staterooms that can accommodate 20 passengers and a crew of 12. The company claims to be “the only non-profit educational organization offering luxury eco-cruises through Southeast Alaska.”

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35' ISLAND PACKET 350 '01..... ...................... 157,500 34' JEANNEAU 34.2 '00.... ..................Reduced 86,000 34’ C&C ‘78...... .......................................Sale Pending 34’ HUNTER 340 ‘00...... ..................................... SOLD 34’ SABRE 34 MK1 ‘79...... ............. New Listing 35,900 34’ CATALINA 34 ‘87...... ..........................Sale Pending 33' NAUTICAT MS 33 '84 ....................Reduced 65,000 33' NAUTICAT MS 33 '83... .......................Sale Pending 32’ NAUTICAT 321 ‘02...... ................................ 2 SOLD 31’ BENETEAU Oceanis ‘10..... .............................. SOLD 30’ CATALINA ‘80...... ..........................Reduced 19,800 20' LASER SB3 '08 ......................... CLEARANCE 24,500 NEW POWER 58' ABSOLUTE NAVETTA '17 ..................Arriving Miami 52' ABSOLUTE NAVETTA '16 ............Call to View - SOLD 45' ABSOLUTE FLY '17 ................................... 846,612 63' LAGOON MOTOR YACHT '17 ................ Miami Show 40' LAGOON MOTOR YACHT '16 .............................SOLD NEW SAIL 54' JEANNEAU YACHT 54 '16 .......CLEARANCE! 598,789 47' JEANNEAU 479 '17 ............... Arrives Jan. 429,864 44' JEANNEAU 44 DS ‘17 ............Sale Priced! 339,483 41’ JEANNEAU 419 ‘17.................Arrives Apr. 279,643 40' JEANNEAU 409/419 '11 - '16 .................. 23 SOLD 34' JEANNEAU 349 '16 ..............CLEARANCE! 149,839 36' ISLAND PACKET 360 '14 ................................ SOLD 45' LAGOON 450 FLY '16 .................................. SOLD 42' LAGOON 42 '18 ............... Arrives October 604,537 38’ LAGOON 380 ‘17.......................... Value Priced Call

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Riviera 43’ Open Flybridge 2017 The 2017 Riviera 43’ Open Flybridge is arriving to the Emerald Pacific Yachts docks in San Diego this month and there’s much to be excited about. The Open Flybridge is a mid-sized motoryacht with a sportboat feel that’ll get you to your desired cruising grounds in no time, whether you’re after salmon or just need a weekend escape. A key emphasis to the layout of the Open Flybridge is making the al fresco lifestyle a reality. Generous deck space on the bow, a large swim deck and cockpit, and the open (but covered) flybridge are all meant to be luxuriated upon, and seek to blend the interior with exterior. The namesake open flybridge is made to entertain with plenty of seating and even a mini wet bar. The accommodations inside include the luxurious master stateroom forward, complete with raised walk-

around queen bed and en suite head. Cedar woodworking and high-quality carpeting and upholstery are standard. The galley is fully loaded with appliances like dual electric stovetop elements, a refrigerator and freezer combination, and dish washer and dryer. The salon is designed for relaxation and features a large U-shaped, leather upholstered sofa, two bar stools, and a large flat screen TV with surround sound system. But she isn’t just good looks. The Open Flybridge is propelled by a topof-the-line Volvo Penta D6-IPS600 twin engine system. The two D6 engines and IPS10 pod-drives dish out 435 horsepower apiece. Each coupled gear pod spins forward-facing, counter-rotating, nibral alloy three-blade propellers that can be controlled via wheel or joystick. Access to the engines is simply a matter of opening the electric-powered hatch to

expose the engine room. The hull shape is worth mentioning, for enhanced chine strakes are part of the hull aft. All of these design considerations translate to a fuel consumption of 35 gallons per hour at 27 knots. Sea Keeper 5 Gyro Stablizers are standard. The vessel has all kinds of modern touches, such as state-of-the-art CZone digital technology that allows the skipper to control everything from interior mood lighting, minute tweaks of the IPS system, and the stero system with a simple tap of the display screen. There’s a lot going on aboard this beauty, and she has come a long way from her workboat heritage. She’s all fun and games now and is ready to go wherever you want. If you’re interested, contact Emerald Pacific Yachts. Pricing starts at $1,142,587. For more information, visit emeraldpacificyachts.com.

SPECS LOA: 47’ 5” • LWL: 43’ • Beam: 15’ Displacement: 31,300 lbs. Draft: 3’ 8” Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black): 528 gals./122 gals./40 gals. Local Dealer:

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Aspen L90 LX Power Catamaran We do seem to love our power catamarans here in the Pacific Northwest. Whether we are talking about ecotourism (see the I Dream of Orcas feature in our July, 2016 issue) or successful local recreational builders like Aspen Power Catamarans out of Burlington, Washington, power cats are definitely making waves. The L90 LX from Aspen is the latest addition to their fleet and looks like a fun-filled, compact package. The L90 X is essentially a crossover that seeks to strike a balance between the comfort of a launch and the functionality of a center console. Features like a large

enclosed head, the option for dry storage, two large fish wells, and party-boat style seating aren’t often found in the same boat in this size range. The layout has an emphasis on ease of use with full walk-around seating and sleek custom T-top for rain protection. Generous deck and below-deck space translates to ample room for lounging and stowage. She is powered by an upgraded Volvo Penta D3 220 horsepower inboard diesel engine. The catamaran design allows for a fuel efficient consumption rate of five gallons per hour at cruising speed. The standard 65-gallon fuel tank gives her a range of around 260 miles at 20 knots, and

the optional expedition tanks can give the same skipper 420 miles of range. She’s island ready if you are. What’s more, each hull is wide open to customization and can be altered to be the vessel of your dreams. This boat looks like a

great way to enjoy the comfort of a larger vessel with the same nofuss functionality of a runabout. If you’re interested, contact Aspen Power Catamarans. Prices start at $149,900. For more information visit aspenpowercatamarans.com.

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2017 Fleming 65 The Fleming 65 is a favorite of the Fleming line, and hull 039 has recently been delivered to Seattle, Washington, and is available for inspection. Tony Fleming himself reportedly cruises on his own 65 extensively and uses it as a sort of experimental platform to tweak every subsequent hull. This means the 65 is continually evolving as new hulls continue to roll off the line. Let’s start with arguably the most important item, the galley. The spacious galley to port is fully equipped with dishwasher, double sinks, and induction cooktop. From the galley and salon, simply wander three steps down and enter the roomy accommodations. Five layouts are currently available with varying berth and head situations to suit the buyer. Deck space abounds from the bow forward to the cockpit aft and up to the flybridge. She’s got muscle too, with solid fiberglass hull (no coring here). The standard

power comes from two MAN 800 horsepower engines with upgraded V8 1,000 horsepower engines offered. The generous fuel capacity translates to roughly 1,500 nautical miles of range at nine knots, although the suggested cruising speed is between 10-17 knots. Stabilizers and bow thrusters, Hypro steering, Iso-boost transformers, dual freshwater pumps,

Steelhead dinghy davit, teak and holly floors, and more are standard. All in all, the Fleming 65 is a long-range trawler made to go the distance in style. If you’re in the market for a proven design that shows no sign of stopping production anytime soon, you can inquire for more information from Chuck Hovey Yachts (chuckhoveyyachts.com). Pricing starts at $3,518,200.

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60’ Hatteras Convertible 1979 $249,000

49’ Meridian 490 Pilothouse 2005 $295,000

46’ Nielson Trawler 1981 $299,000

44’ DeFever Motor Yacht 1983 $139,900

44’ Tollycraft Sundeck 1988 $149,000

44’ Gulfstar Motoryacht 1978 $95,000

42’ Grand Banks Classic 1987 Inquire

43’ Riviera 1997 $230,000

40’ Sea Ray Express 1998 Diesel $159,000

39’ Bayliner 3988 1996 $97,500

37’ Bertram Flybridge 1991 $149,900

35’ Fibercraft Pilothouse 2000 $149,000

32’ Maple Bay Trawler 2001 $109,000

30’ Bertram Flybridge Cruiser 1984 $44,000

28’ Cutwater 2015 $179,000

25’ Surf Scoter by Devlin 2000 $110,000

42’ Colvin Gazelle 2010 $29,900

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EagleCraft 33’ Cruiser Selene 56 Our neighbors to the north in Canada make fine vessels well-suited to the rigors of Pacific Northwest boating, and Eaglecraft of Daigle Welding & Marine Ltd. out of British Columbia is no exception. The Eaglecraft 33’ Cruiser continues her popular run with an all new layout for 2017. From the outside, the 33’ Cruiser is a no-nonsense, rugged motorboat. The forward angled pilothouse has the classic Pacific Northwest attack feel of a commercial fishing vessel. She is made of ¼” 5086 alloy aluminum and powered by a standard Volvo Penta D6 400 horsepower inboard engine with a 23-knot cruising speed. Twin 350 horsepower four stroke outboards are also available as an option. The new interior layout is spacious and comfortable and sleeps up to five with custom finishes. An island-style berth

(Sister ship depicted) below, full stand-up head with shower, convertible settee/berth with a quarter berth below, and a galley complete with refrigerator, cooktop, and more brings the comforts of land on the water with you. An added bonus for Americans is the current strength of the dollar, which means more boat for your buck. If

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you’re interested, rumor has it they’ve completed a hull this month and she is up for grabs. Check them out at Daigle Welding & Marine Ltd and at the Seattle Boat Show. Pricing starts at around $360,000 USD based on market exchange rate. For more information visit eaglecraft.bc.ca.

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PERFEC T LINES Photo: Northwest Explorations

Words: Norris Comer

In the Still of the Night Here we see a chartered flotilla of motoryachts from the Northwest Explorations fleet in Bishop Bay, British Columbia. Like so many of the Pacific Northwest's boating gems, Bishop Bay and the associated Monkey Beach Conservancy are only accessible by boat or float plane. Attractions of the area include natural hot springs, complete with rustic bath house, and tent platforms for those who wish to take to the shore. British Columbia's geography of twisting inlets and rugged fjords provide intrepid boaters with a playground that would take a lifetime to explore properly. What are you waiting for, an invitation?

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Tony’s Tackle Box By Tony Floor

Back to the Future I’ve been chewing about my December column for the last couple of weeks. For inspiration, I turned back the pages of time to my first Tony’s Tackle Box column in 2005. That column provided about as much inspiration as walking into the library at two o’clock in the morning, sober. Get my drift? For nearly the last 20 years, I have looked forward to December and the beginning of winter blackmouth salmon fishing like a five-year-old at Christmas. While that enthusiasm is still there, especially to fish in the San Juan Islands and the banks in the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca, there have been recent changes in the salmon management game resulting in early season closures that produced about as much negativity as last month’s presidential election. Chain up, please, and let me explain. As a soldier to promote selective fishing for these winter blackmouth all the way back to the mid-late 90s (when the state began to clip the adipose fins off all hatchery Chinook and coho salmon) the objective was to expand salmon fishing seasons so anglers could distinguish the difference between wild (unmarked) fish versus hatchery (marked) fish. As these marked fish became available in size and abundance, seasons were expanded, and anglers enjoyed predictable fishing opportunities that produced positive economic sport fishing activity throughout the region.

Winter blackmouth fishing can produce mid-teen fish like this one caught by George Harris in the San Juans Islands last winter. However, during the last three to four years, scientists employed by the Puget Sound treaty tribes discovered that through the execution of these selective fisheries, undersized juvenile and legal-size wild Chinook salmon are negatively impacted. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) accepted the tribal analysis and, as a result, most marine waters in northern Puget Sound, the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca, and the San Juan Islands shut down the last two winters much earlier than scheduled.

The state’s salmon management biologists who manage these sport-salmon fisheries today assess ongoing impacts (encounters), which now govern angler’s access and pursuit of hatchery-produced Chinook salmon. Each geographic area, as described above, has an “encounter ceiling.” When the encounter ceiling is reached, slam goes the door for that area and those affected waters become off limits to salmon anglers. According to sources at WDFW, about ten million bucks are spent annually, funded largely by the state legislature and the Feds, to produce and fin clip hatchery-produced Chinook and coho salmon in Puget Sound. These hatchery salmon have one assignment in life: get caught by Washington fishers, hopefully. For many of my salmon angling brethren who spend significant amounts of time to improve sport fishing opportunities in Washington, especially in the annual salmon season setting process, too many attempts are unproductive. As reported in this space last spring, when new WDFW Director Jim Unsworth said no to the tribes, the decisions made resulted in no agreement, which closed fishing until further notice. The tribes attempted to squeeze the Department to accept a bad deal for the umpteenth time in a row, forcing unnecessary restrictions on anglers. Unsworth, who represents salmon anglers and the sport fishing industry in these state/tribal government-to-government negotiations, has been working hard in the offseason to find a more productive outcome for 2017. Time will tell. In the meantime, our winter blackmouth Chinook salmon fishing kicked off last month in North Sound areas. It appears that the zillions of sub-legal size Chinook plaguing most Puget Sound waters a year ago have survived very well and are contributing to quality salmon fishing now. Today, the San Juan Islands winter season opens and if the abundance of keeper-size winter Chinook (22-inches and greater) is as good as October, we can look forward to some good salmon fishing this winter. As most winter salmon anglers know, the Islands have a reputation for delivering outstanding salmon fishing now through late winter. I’ve got my “Gone Fishing” hat on as you navigate your way through these words. I can’t stand it. My San Juan Islands blackmouth fishing guru, Derek Floyd from Continued on Page 78

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

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On Watch By Peter Schrappen

Campaign Season Finally Fades Away The earthquake we call Election Day has come and gone. As results trickle in, here are some random musings, starting nationally and moving into our own backyard. On the national level, it’s apparent that Secretary Hillary Clinton could not cobble together the Obama coalition that he mustered for his two terms. No doubt it’s an uphill battle for the party in control of the White House to hold power for a “third term” but given Obama’s popularity (around 56%) and the time he devoted for her (not to mention the Clinton-Trump polls heading into November 8), she was the favorite to win. So what happened? She had no message. Think about six to nine words that she used to compel, contrast, and connect with voters. All I can come up with is “(Vote for me) because America is great because America is good” from her convention speech (whatever that means). Or there was the “(Vote for me) because I don’t send out tweets at 3 am.” Take President-elect Trump’s “Make America Great Again” and you can see who won the messaging war. Then there was her paid media campaign. According to MediaQuant, Clinton spent $28 million on advertising and generated $746 million in earned (or free) media. Trump, on the other hand, bought $10 million in media and earned $1.9 billion in free publicity. As Trump was targeting states that he ultimately won like Michigan and Wisconsin, Clinton was visiting the Evergreen State and California to raise more money to run commercials. In the meantime, she last visited the swing state of Wisconsin in April, 2016. Here are a few more startling facts that caught me by surprise: Trump won Michigan by 10,000 votes yet 90,000 Michiganders left their Presidential choice blank. Pundits certainly were wrong on how women would vote. 53% of the white female vote went for President-elect Trump. Clinton is the fourth candidate to win the popular vote but lose the Electoral College. Did you know that you don’t cast the deciding vote for the President? Each state gets a number of electors (equal to the number of members to Congress). It’s these electors who pick the president. Why? Our forefathers wanted a check on the general population. It’s way too early to see how boating will fare under a Trump administration. Boating insiders will be watching the direction the EPA takes with the Renewable Fuel Standard and the role of ethanol. What stories will play out these next four years!

Taking a look at the results in Washington, a number of things stood out. At the top of the ballot, Governor Inlsee cruised to his expected re-election. And then it starts to get interesting. Hilary Franz will head the Department of Natural Resources. This agency oversees the 2.2 million acres of aquatic “lands” and plays a major role with the boating world. Emceeing a legislative forum with her and her opponent, it was apparent just how charming and eager she was to remain engaged on “our issues.” Given the person she’s replacing, all I can say is, “What a relief” to have a boater in this office. At the very least, I can put the Rolaids away for a little while. In the Senate, terrible news that Sen. Andy Hill (R-Kirkland) passed away broke just a few days before November 8. You won’t find a more earnest, kind, and brilliant mind. He was a friend of mine and to the boating community. He presented twice at the NMTA Legislative Tee-Off. As an aside when he spoke in early January to us, instead of just a standard speech, he dissected the industry with a complete SWOT (an analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats). Hill’s death is a terrible loss, to say the least. Looking at the make-up, the Republicans will lose one seat in the state Senate and the House will be tied if I had

As the holidays approach, I’d encourage you to strike up a conversation with someone who didn’t vote the way you did for President. Get to know your stranger and I bet you will be surprised that there’s more in common with us than not. At the very least, we can all detest ethanol together.

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to make a prediction today. That means Speaker Chopp’s 15 years at the helm in the House will end and there will be two captains on the House ship. Put those life jackets on. So as the holidays approach, I’d encourage you to strike up a conversation with someone who didn’t vote the way you did for President. Get to know your stranger and I bet you will be surprised that there’s more in common with us than not. At the very least, we can all detest ethanol together. 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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Galley Gourmet By Bridget Charters

Everything’s Better With Sugar It is so much fun to hunker down and let the rain fall while baking delicious cookies or holiday cakes! A stormy Northwest day begs for a warm cup of coffee, your favorite music, and amazing smells coming from the galley. Holiday baked goods have long been a tradition in many cultures. The northern European cultures mastered baked goods long ago, and many of the American traditions come from there. The holidays are a time to gather, celebrate, enjoy festive gatherings, and bring the year to a close. Here in the Northwest, we love the Christmas ships, Yulefests, holiday parades, and the like. I remember as a child the magic of all the beautiful gingerbread houses, Christmas cookies, and sweet breads that appeared during the holidays. Our family would give gifts of holiday cookies when we travelled from party to party, and on Christmas Eve we had a tradition of delivering warm, beautiful braided bread wreaths to our friends in our neighborhood. Our treats, delivered warm in the morning, were small tokens of our friendship, but something that people still talk about to this day. Baking seems difficult, but is really quite easy, especially a pie dough turned into a simple galette or tart. Bread dough is just yeast, water, and flour, and needs just a bit of coaxing to make magic. Fillings, batters, and doughs can be easy, requiring only a bowl and maybe a whisk. When guests arrive, you can have some short dough stashed away to make quick cookies, or to build a quick tart with some apples or pears. A

crepe batter becomes a quick and easy dessert that is easily put together if an impromptu party is assembled. Crepes can be filled with fresh fruit and whipped cream, flavored butters, or something simple like Nutella or jam. Gingerbread is always a favorite and can be made in advance then frozen or baked on the fly as guests arrive. I use gingerbread batter and create an upside down cake using apple, persimmons, bananas or squash. The holiday bread wreath is a simple, sweet-bread dough that can be used for cinnamon rolls, or rolled flat and filled with nuts, sugar, and butter and woven into a wreath. The wreath requires a few more steps, but is a beautiful treat on a cold winter morning. Equipment-wise, it is tricky baking on a boat, but the following desserts only require a bowl or two, a whisk, wooden spoon, measuring cups and spoons, parchment paper, knives, and a cookie sheet. Ingredients can be chopped by hand and blended with a wooden spoon, provided the butter is soft. Most of the tools can be found as the basics in a small kitchen. If you have the luxury of a food processor or stand mixer, then your job will be that much faster to assemble. Stock up on apples and pears and keep a stash of holiday spices, unsalted butter (at room temperature), sugar, and flours so it will be easy to assemble a lovely dessert or gift. The more you bake, the easier it becomes. Don’t worry if something is not perfect, you made it from scratch with the spirit of giving and the season in mind. Everyone will love it.

Holiday Braided Bread Make one recipe of milk dough (recipe follows) complete to the first rising. The milk roll recipe makes delicious, soft buns for dinner or can be used to build cinnamon rolls.

For the Dough:

For the Filling:

3 cups warm water 2 teaspoons dry yeast 5 cups all purpose flour 2 teaspoons salt 1/ cup sugar 2 1/ cup dry milk powder 2 1 stick of butter, melted and cooled

2 cups assorted nuts 1 cup sugar (can sub brown sugar) 1 cup dried fruit 1/ cup raisins or sultana 2 1/ cup butter (save 1 tablespoon for brushing the top) 2 Pinch of salt 1 teaspoon cardamom, cloves or nutmeg if you so desire

1. For the filling, put all the ingredients into the food processor and pulse until it resembles a very coarse meal. 2. For the dough, roll out the proofed dough 12”x10” on a floured surface. Sprinkle the filling over the surface of the dough, leaving an inch at the top of the dough. Roll the dough up, starting at your end and finish on the uncovered edge of dough. Press together. With a sharp knife, split the roll lengthwise down the middle. Turn the two halves up with the filling showing, and quickly braid, forming a rope. Move to a parchment-lined sheet pan and cover with a tea towel or plastic wrap and proof to double in size. 3. Once proofed, brush with melted butter and sprinkle with granulated sugar. 4. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes to one hour. Allow to cool for 20 minutes before serving.

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Apple and Cranberry Galette 2 apples 1/ cup of fresh cranberries - optional 2 4 tablespoons sugar 1/ cup frangipane, pastry cream or jam 2 1 egg for egg wash 1 recipe short dough

Short Dough: 2 1/3 cup flour 1/ cup sugar 3 pinch of salt 1 stick cold butter, cut into pieces 2 large eggs

Frangipane Filling:

Short Dough: Combine the dry ingredients in the food processor; add the cold butter and process. Add eggs, blend till smooth. Chill. Frangipane filling: Beat together almond paste, butter, sugar, and almond extract in a bowl or food processor until creamy, about three minutes. Reduce speed to low and add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition, then mix in flour and salt.

7 to 8 oz almond paste (not marzipan or almond filling) 1/ stick (1/4 cup) unsalted butter, softened 2 3 tablespoons sugar 1/ teaspoon almond extract 8 2 large eggs 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1/ teaspoon salt 2 Galette: Combine cranberries and one tablespoon of sugar in a small bowl. Allow to macerate while you assemble the rest of the tart. Peel, core and slice the apples into thin wedges. Roll out shortdough into 1/8-inch thick pastry round, about 12 inches in diameter. Spread frangipane or pastry cream filling in center of dough into a four-inch circle, about 1/4-inch thick. Fan the apples over the filling, place macerated cranberries in the center of the apples, then fold the dough up two inches toward the center of the tart, covering the outer edge of the apples and leaving the center with the cranberries open. Brush the pastry dough edges with egg wash and sprinkle with granulated sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes, or until golden.

Squash Upside Down Cake 6 ounces unsalted butter, softened 3/ cup brown sugar 4 1/ cup molasses 2 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons freshly grated ginger 2 cups all purpose flour

1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 1 /2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon dry ginger 1/ teaspoon nutmeg 2 1/ teaspoon each allspice 4 and cloves 1 cup buttermilk

For the Pan: 10 slices butternut squash 1/4” thick (about 1/2 a squash), or 1 whole delicata 3 tablespoons butter 1/ cup brown sugar 2

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Melt three tablespoons of butter in a ten-inch cast-iron skillet (or cake pan) over medium heat, using a pastry brush to coat sides with butter as it melts. Sprinkle 1/2 cup brown sugar evenly over bottom of skillet and cook until sugar starts to bubble and turn golden brown, about three minutes. Slide pan off heat and allow to cool slightly. Arrange squash slices in a circle, laying the pieces flat on the caramel in a fan pattern. Arrange another layer of squash on top and fill the center and set aside. Sift flour, baking soda, and salt in a medium bowl and add spices. In a stand mixer, beat butter and sugar with a mixer on high speed until pale and fluffy, and scrape down sides. Add eggs one at time, beating well after each addition and scraping down sides of the bowl. Mix in vanilla and molasses, reduce speed to low, and blend in flour mixture alternating with buttermilk in two additions. Drop large dollops of batter over the squash and caramel. Spread the batter evenly with a spatula. Bake until golden brown and the cake springs back when touched, about 20 – 25 minutes. Allow the cake to cool. When ready to unmold, heat the pan quickly on top of the stove burner, shake the pan lightly to loosen the caramel, and use a knife to release the sides. Quickly invert the cake onto a serving platter, reposition any loose squash pieces.

Tarte Tatin 1

/2 recipe shortdough (see Apple Cranberry Galette)

/2 cube butter /4 cup sugar

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6 pears or apples - your choice, the drier variety the better 1 teaspoon lemon juice

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Roll out a 10” disc of shortdough for the top of the tarte, chill. In a heavy 10” sauté pan, melt the butter and add the sugar and lemon. Allow to cook on high heat until it becomes caramel. It should be a deep brown color. Allow cooling, the caramel should be firm. Peel and quarter the fruit. Remove the core, arrange fruit in a circle with cut side facing down in the pan on the cooled caramel. Top with the chilled short dough. Press the dough around the edges of the pears. Bake in a 375-degree oven for 20 minutes, reduce and cook at 350 until the dough is golden and the caramel is bubbly. If the caramel is wet, continue to cook. Allow the tarte to cool completely! Once cooled, warm the bottom of the sauté pan with the flame on your stove. Place a plate over the tarte and unmold. Serve with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. Bridget Charters is a longtime sailor and the Chef Director of the Hot Stove Society, a cooking school in downtown Seattle operated by Tom Douglas Restaurants. hotstovesociety.com

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By Northwest Yachting Staff & Linda Ball

Northwest Yachting’s Annual Holiday Gift Guide Onboard • Electronics • Water Toys • Fishing •Books •Stocking Stuffers • Pets & More ‘Tis the season of gift wrap and ribbon. Boaters, perhaps more than most groups, have chronically long wish lists, and the holidays are a great time to spread the smiles to the boaters in your life who matter to you. There’s a secret bonus to giving boaters gifts as well, for the odds are that you’ll get to try that new fishing rod or electronic gizmo the next time you’re out on the water with friends-turned-guinea pigs. Boating gear is the gift that keeps on giving, after all. There exists a daunting array of products aimed at the salt life, and they are certainly not created equal. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled this Holiday Gift Guide of a few of our favorite products on the market. Some of these products are new gear that will prepare you for the worst the sea can dish out, while others are nautical-themed goodies aimed at the weekend warriors and supportive landlubbers we associate with. Whoever is on your Nice List and however you choose to celebrate the holidays, we offer you this array of potential gifts because we’ve got your back. Have a joyous holiday season, and we wish you many days of safe fun on the water.

TRIbella Classic Wine Aerator A glass of Oregon Pinot Noir on a boat is about as Northwest yachting as it gets. Most of us take a “fake it until you make it” approach to wine lingo, but we all toast our glasses just the same over the salon table. Regardless, it is nice to up your game a bit when the in-laws are in town, and Tribella’s Classic Wine Aerator is there for you. Tribella’s stainless steel wine aerator features a multi-stream design that aerates the wine straight out of the bottle as you pour. Have you ever been to a wine tasting and been told to wait while the newly opened bottle “breathes”? Well, this aerator’s purpose is to do just that while you pour. The triple-stream design lets in the maximum amount of air to unleash the full aroma and flavor of the wine during the pour. It also helps that the wine aerator is an elegant device built to last with a polycarbonate base and rubber gasket. The aerator comes with a protective carrying case for easy transport on and off the water. If wine is your scene, setting the stage is just a purchase away. Available from Fisheries Supply for $40.00.

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Waterproof USB Charge Socket

Boating in 2016 has a few more portable electronics involved, and onboard USB ports are quickly becoming standard. The Waterproof USB Charge socket by Scanstrut is a dual socket that can charge just about anything with a USB Type-A connector, from phones and tablets to fish finders and chartplotters. The socket is rated IPX4 for waterproof, and is claimed by the manufacturer to be waterproof with one, two, or zero cables plugged in. The anti-corrosion coating on the circuit board combines with a UV resistant, 316 stainless hinge and spring. Max current is 3.1A, or 2.1A from single sockets. Interested? More details are available at scanstrut.com.

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6.5 Jacket & Salopettes by Mustang Survival

Big seas demand tough gear, and Mustang Survival has gone all out with their new EP 6.5 Ocean Racing Jacket and Salopettes. The sailing jacket and overalls made of incredibly durable military-grade Gore-Tex fabric that’s used by some of the toughest professionals in public safety and the U.S. Coast Guard. The minimalist design and emphasis on mobility makes for a lean package that’s a far cry from the classic, bulky foulies of yore. You can try on the jacket and salopettes at Fisheries Supply. Price of jacket is $1,199.95, salopettes are $999.95.

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Rescue Bond XL1 Pro

If you’re in need of a weatherproof sealant that will glue just about anything together, Rescue Bond XL1 Pro is a good place to start. This new, VOC-free hybrid adhesive even works when it’s wet or under the water. It is solvent- and toxin-free and sold in a handy caulking tube for ease of use. Rescue Bond KL1 Pro comes from the same minds who invented Rescue Tape, so you know they are gurus in the adhesion business. More information is available at rescuebond.com. Dealers vary, but a tube usually costs around $12.

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Kingii Wristband Emergency Flotation Device

Invented by a gentleman whose friend died from drowning, this bracelet-style device is extra insurance should you or your child find yourself in a water emergency. Acting as an inflatable should you need extra buoyancy, one pulls the lever and the bag opens, fills, and immediately takes one to the surface and safety. The device is lightweight and can be reused by replacing the CO2 cartridge. It works for a person up to 285 pounds, but it is not intended to replace a life jacket. The Kingii Wearable is available from Kingii.com for $89.99.

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Reflex Furler by Harken

Just about every sailor knows, and wants, Harken gear and rigging. The new Reflex Furler System from Harken is the company’s new roller furler that will probably be on plenty of sailors’ wish lists. Flying the big kite may be easier than ever before. Check out the specs at harken.com. You can get the setup at Fisheries Supply for $1,884.08 to $1,980.

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One Bucket System

The Shurhold Bucket System is more than your typical five-gallon bucket. With a bucket grate that is elevated off the bottom of the bucket, your cleaning tools will be in contact with clean water while the sludge rests on the bottom. The handle is made of sturdy rope, while the wide bucket base keeps it from tipping over when seas get rough. A caddy stores your sponges, rags, and cleaning products within the bucket and has a perforated bottom, allowing for drainage. When your chores are done, the bucket’s padded lid even doubles as a seat. We weren’t expecting to be blown away by a bucket, yet here we are. The Shurhold One Bucket System is available for $59.98 at shurhold.com.

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2016 Holiday Gift Giving Guide

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Margaritaville Bali

Free up time to mingle with your friends at your boat party with the self-dispensing Bali Frozen Concoction Maker from Margaritaville. A serious upgrade from previous models, this powerhouse has a 60-ounce pitcher, which means six 36-ounce drinks can be dispensed each time. This model also has four drink settings – margarita, daiquiri, mudslide or smoothie. The ice container on the top shaves the ice, while the blender mixes up the ingredients before combining the two. If you are entertaining a small group, the machine can be set to make either a half-chamber or full-chamber batch. Additionally, the high-quality brushed metallic and stainless steel exterior will look sleek on your countertop. Powered by 650 watts, this is the answer for a perfectly blended frozen cocktail, healthy smoothie, or shaved ice for the kids. It is available for $399.99 at margaritavillecargo.com.

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Nicolas Feuillatte Palmes d’Or

From grapes grown in the Champagne Appellation d’Origine Controleé, Nicolas Feuillatte has created softer-tasting Champagne that was endorsed by the late Princess Diana and Jackie Kennedy. The grapes are handpicked and aged in barrels for five to ten years, and aged for a minimum of nine years. The nose is fresh and light, delicate with aromas of herbs, dried flowers, and lemon zest. The Palmes d’Or is well-balanced with low-levels of sweetness. Zesty flavors of lemon sorbet tickle the palate. $111.60 at winesearcher.com

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Anchors Away Cookie Cutters

This BPA-free Anchors Away Cookie Cutters set includes three reversible templates for a total of six fun nautical designs ranging from an anchor and whale to an octopus and captain’s wheel. What’s more, the designs snap together for easy stowage. This set may just be what you’re looking for this holiday season! Your local dealer with pricing can be found on tovolo.com.

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As Wild As It Gets

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Do you love freshly caught salmon but aren’t 100% sure what to do with the fish once you reel it in? Duke Moscrip of Duke’s Chowder House and chef “Wild” Bill Ranniger have a new cookbook to help you out. As Wild As It Gets is a resource aimed at those of us who can’t resist sustainable, delicious seafood and like to do things themselves. You can get your copy at dukeschowderhouse.com for $39.95.

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Cristel Cookware

Cristel Cookware is taking galleys by storm around the world, and it’s not hard to see why. These top-shelf, French-made cooking systems are perfect for boaters yearning for upgrades from the camping-quality cookware that most of us have had to settle with. Cristel cookware is made with brushed stainless steel construction and has detachable handles to allow for easy storage. What’s more, the pots and pans easily stack in order to fit into that compact cubby. Check them out at Fisheries Supply, prices vary. The seven-piece set is $799.99.

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1000A Lithium Jump Starter

Batteries dead? Bring that engine back to a roar with the GB40 1000A Jump Starter by NOCO. This handy portable battery booster also doubles as a power source that can charge USB devices. The patented safety technologies provide spark-proof connections and reverse polarity protection. What’s more, it can hold most of its charge for up to a whole year and handle over 1,000 charge cycles. The GB40 is designed to be used with gas engines up to six liters and diesel engines up to three liters. If you’re interested in this nifty little gadget, you can get yours at Fisheries Supply for $99.95.

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Water Leak Alarm

Sometimes a good idea from the land turns into a great idea on the water. The Water Leak Alarm is such an item, and was originally invented as a small, deployable device to alert homeowners to a leaky sink or flooding basement. There are no buttons to push, no programming included, no wires, and no batteries to insert (they are built-in). The small device lets loose a 95-decible alarm that lasts up to 24 hours when it is exposed to water. See where we’re going with this? Put a Water Leak Alarm in a corner of the bilge as a failsafe and forget about it until that alarm sounds. It could help you get on a potential emergency before it gets out of control. Check them out at improvementscatalog.com, a set of three is $19.99.

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Shurhold Pro Rotary Polisher

Working with a lousy rotary polisher ranks as one of the worst punishments we boat owners put ourselves through. Fortunately, Shurhold’s new pro rotary polisher is here to help. The unit’s ergonomic D-style handle with comfortable trigger grip is a cinch to use, and the variable speed control can be set from anywhere from 300 to 3,200 RPM. The Pro is six pounds of functionality and common sense. Check it out at shurhold.com, price is $189.

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Reef Leather Fanning Sandals

This high-quality flip-flop, designed by surfing pro Mick Fanning, is made for good times. These sandals have a contoured injection molded EVA foot bed, with anatomical arch support and a full 360-degree heel airbag enclosed in soft polyurethane. Unlike cheap rubbery flip-flops, the Fanning features a full-grain leather upper and Reef’s icon herringbone rubber outsole. Just for fun, a church key bottle opener is tucked away in the sole for ease of enjoying a cool one at the end of the day’s activities. The Leather Fanning is available at Zappos.com for $55.

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Fender Hooks

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Sometimes a clove hitch on a rail just doesn’t cut it when it comes to fender placement in the slip. These Fender Hooks from Yacht Innovations are versatile attachments for fenders that get that critical protection where you need it most. Check them out at yachtinnovations.com, prices start at around $129.

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Nomar Bumpers (not pictured)

There are two kinds of boaters in this world: those who’ve bumped into the dock and those who’ve lied about it. Leaving a big ugly scratch on your hull is a pretty lousy way to end an otherwise fantastic day of boating. Nomar bumpers are non-marring, polyester, soft-mounted bumpers that absorb impact so docking can be stress free. Think of them as fenders that one mounts tactically on the dock. They have a narrow profile that leaves more space in the slip for the boat. The bumpers come in different sizes to cover most situations, such as the corner bumper that wraps around those sharp edges in the slip. Interested? Check them out at Holmes Marine Specialties (holmesms.com), prices range from around $99.95 to $109.95.

Electronics - Systems 1

Garmin GMR Fantom 18

The Garmin GMR Fantom 18 closed-dome radar is one of Garmin’s newest systems and a hotticket item. This solid-state, 40-Watt radar features MotionScope Technology that utilizes the Doppler effect to detect and highlight targets in different colors as they move toward or away from you. There are a lot of great features in this unit and more information can be found online at garmin.com, priced at $1,999.99 on the website.

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2 Furuno DRS6A X-Class The Furuno DRS6A X-Class is a new open-array radar system that seeks to up the ante for the New Year. The X-Class is essentially an evolution of previous Furuno open-array models and is purported to have improved short-range detection and impressive long-range capabilities. The new gearbox pedestal is 20% lighter than Furuno’s existing legacy DRS6A unit and the low-noise motor has been improved. Features include Bird Mode, which identifies flocks of birds for easy fish finding. You can choose from a three-and-a-half-, four-, or six-foot antenna size. More details are available at furuno.com, prices vary by antenna size.

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Helix 12 CHIRP

The Helix 12 CHIRP multifunction display from Humminbird is a larger, more powerful iteration of the 5 and 7 models that debuted last year. The unit packs the full range of fish-finding abilities found on pre-existing Helix 5 and 7 models, including Side, Down, and 360-Degree imaging. What’s new is that AutoChart Live gives you the ability to create your own detailed charts in real-time. The Helix 12 is also Ethernet-capable and can be networked with radar, AIS, and Minn Kota’s iPilot Link for trolling motors. But the fun doesn’t stop there, for the Helix 12 has a 25% processing speed increase over previous Helix models. The Helix 12 has built-in sonar with frequency range capabilities of 200/83 kHz, 455/800/50 kHz, and a 28- to 250-kHz CHIRP. You can even customize your CHIRP bandwidth settings for your sweep to pinpoint that school of albacore. The base price for the Humminbird Helix 12 CHIRP is $2,299.

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Electronics - Gadgets 1

DJI Phantom Drones

New drones keep swarming the market, but if you see a drone flying overhead, odds are that it is one of DJI’s Phantomfamily models that are widely used by serious amateurs and professionals alike. The Phantom 4 comes pre-assembled and ready to fly out of the box (after a summary firmware update and system check, of course). Like many of the new drones on a market, the pilot can control the Phantom 4 with an app on an Android or Apple tablet or phone in conjunction with a controller. The Phantom 4 has dramatically increased battery life with the largest Phantom battery to date. Maximum flight time is an impressive 28 minutes with a maximum control range of 3.1 miles (according to DJI). Consumers report flight times that are three or four times longer than the Phantom 3, which means more quality footage before battery swaps. The drone also boasts a tracking feature that follows a target designated by the pilot. With a top speed of 44 mph, the tracking capability purportedly does pretty well. The Phantom 4 is the first drone in DJI’s family to feature a rudimentary collision-avoidance system that’s guided by two small front-facing cameras. You can turn off the collision avoidance if you are maneuvering in tight indoor conditions, but don’t blame the drone if it doesn’t go well. The basic package is $1,399 and includes a radio controller, a single lithium ion battery, a charger, two sets of propellers, a 16GB microSD memory card, and other accessories. The premium kit sells for $2,066 with two extra batteries and a backpack.

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Fujinon Techno-Stabi binoculars

These ultra-high-end, center-focused binoculars feature electronic stabilization to provide a stable image even when in motion (read “unsteady sea state”). The stabilization capability pairs well with the Techno-Stabi’s whopping 14x power magnification, which almost doubles the 8x magnification power of most typical full-sized binoculars. At 14x power magnification, the minute movements of your hands would normally make for a twitchy viewing experience. Not so in this case, thanks to the electronic stabilization. Additionally, the Techno-Stabi is waterproof and rugged for the adventure ahead. These super spectacles come with a price tag of $2,000 from Fisheries Supply.

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Icom M93D Radio

The new M93D handheld marine transceiver from Icom is far more than just a VHF radio. The M93D radio has an integrated GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receiver that provides the user location, speed, and bearing data by utilizing GPS, GLONASS, QZSS, and SBAS information. The device can set GPS waypoints on the LCD screen, floats and is completely waterproof, and lights up when dropped in the water for easy visibility. The handheld even meets ITU-R M493-13 Class D DSC rating requirements, and has a dedicated built-in DSC receiver for channel 70. Moreover, the M93D radio is one of the slimmest handheld VHFs available and is going to make all kinds of folks happy this holiday season. Available from Fisheries Supply for $373.99.

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Sioeye Iris4G

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There are plenty of small, cheap, very good point-of-view cameras out on the market these days that are inspired by the GoPro craze, but many of them are rather similar. Maybe one has digital zoom, the other is slightly lighter, etc. Is somebody trying something different? Enter the Sioeye Iris4G, a mountable POV camera with cellular connectivity to the 4G network. That’s right, you can livestream your boating adventure right to your Facebook page or Twitter feed. Caught that big king? Now your buddies can get jealous instantly. Want to show your spouse that you made it to safe harbor after an extended cruise? There ya go. It’s yours for $429 from sioeye.com, and the soon-to-be-released Sioeye Iris4G Blink camera is available with a pre-order discount for $199.

For the Pooch 1

Port and Starboard dog collar

Fido may not know left from right or port from starboard, but he can look like he does in this stylish collar, made from recycled sails and durable polyester webbing. The large collar adjusts from 17 to 25-inches and the medium collar measures from 15 to 23-inches. The attached D-ring easily accommodates a leash. Made on the waterfront in Portland, Maine. Available at seabags.com for $30. 1

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Port and Starboard dog leash

If you have made the commitment to the port and starboard collar, why not complete the ensemble with the matching leash? Like the collar, the leash is also made from recycled sails, and gives the pooch six feet to roam in any direction. It attaches to the collar using a safety swivel hook. Like the collar, the port and Starboard leash is made in Maine, and can be machine washed or spot cleaned. Available at seabags.com for $35. 2

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Paw Print Bucket Bag

Now that you have the port and starboard collar and leash, store them along with your best friend’s food, treats and favorite toys in this durable tote bucket made on the Maine waterfront. You’ll be able to carry it with ease from boat to car or home by the hand-spliced white rope handle. Don’t have a dog? Use it for storing kitchen utensils, picnic items or just about anything. The hand-sewn Paw Print applique keeps it whimsical, and is machine washable for easy care. It measures 9.5 inches high and 7 inches wide. Available now for $40 at seabags.com. 3

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2016 Holiday Gift Giving Guide

Stocking Stuffers 1

Nautical Novels

Leatherman Wave

The Checklist: Boater’s Guide By Captain Chris Couch

Let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to find a Leatherman multi-tool in their stocking? Leatherman Tool Group, the Oregon-based company known for its knives and multi-tools, has been a mainstay around the world for thirty years. The Leatherman Wave is a natural choice for that special boater in your life because it is designed with a mariner’s needs in mind. The Wave is a modest four inches when folded, but packs 17 useful tools and features based around the classic folding pliers silhouette. Hard-wire cutters, wire stripper, serrated and non-serrated blades, ruler, diamond-coated file, large and small bit screwdrivers, and more are at your disposal. What’s more, it’s made of high-carbon stainless steel and backed with a 25-year warranty. Bring on the salt! $89.85 from Fisheries Supply.

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Captain Chris Couch is a successful Pacific Northwest-based delivery captain with fourteen years of Coast Guard service under his belt. The Checklist is an easy-to-use, visually appealing resource for recreational boaters that covers maintenance, safety, and more. It is widely distributed by yacht brokers as a go-to for new and experienced boat owners. Available in paperback on Amazon for $10.99.

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Tranquility, A Memoir of an American Sailor

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This little cube will provide light for up to 12 hours, powered by the sun! Made from water-tight sailcloth, there should be no worries should it start to rain or if it falls off the boat. Since the SolarPuff folds flat, it packs easily into the pocket of one’s foulies or tucks into a cramped settee. When inflated, SolarPuff measures 4.5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide and 4.25 inches deep. With three settings, the halogen light can be used on bright, very bright, or flashing modes. Fabric made in the USA. The SolarPuff is available at uncommongoods.com for $30.

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Avalon Sea Glass Ornament

By Billy Sparrow

For those looking for a Pacific Northwest sailing adventure to curl up with by the fire, Tranquility is worth your consideration. The memoir was recently nominated for for a 2017 Pacific Northwest Bookseller’s Association award and is a Staff Pick at Powell’s City of Books and the University Bookstore in Seattle. Available at most local bookstores, $24.95 paperback from Amazon.

50 Ships that Changed the Course of History, A Nautical History of the World By Ian Graham

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If you’re fascinated by nautical history, as you should be, this book is a must-have. The vessels covered are presented in easy-to-read vignettes complete with colorful maps and imagery that could appeal to individuals of all ages. Available at many local bookstores, $22.56 for hardcover on Amazon.

Every year, the glass artists at Avalon Glassworks create a themed ornament inspired by the Northwest. This year, the 2016 Special Edition Ornament is called “Sea Glass,” inspired by tumbled glass found on the sea shore. Their rendition includes chips of green, blue, and brown glass interspersed with white. The whole ornament is then frosted for a matte look, like beach glass. A high-quality brass hook is included. Each one is signed, dated, and numbered, and comes in a gift box with an information card. “Sea Glass” is $30 with a portion of proceeds to benefit the Seattle Public Library Foundation. Order yours at AvalonGlassworks.com, call at 206-937-6369, or stop by the West Seattle store, 2914 SW Avalon Way, Seattle, WA 98126.

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2016 Holiday Gift Giving Guide

Water Toys 1

Water Jet Pack

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If you haven’t seen one of these in action yet, you’re missing out. Water-powered jet packs are here and on the market for the adrenaline junkies among us who want to marry their love of the water with the thrill of flying. Jet pack operators can as effortlessly rocket into the air as dive into the brine, the limitations being hose length. The jet packs depend on a trailing dinghy that pumps the water through the pack and pushes pressurized water downward to propel the operator at great speeds. There are plenty of models and packages out there, ranging from $3,895 to $11,480 on jetpackamerica.com.

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Transparent Canoe/Kayak

Paddle sports are big here in the Pacific Northwest, and kayaks reign supreme. Kayaks can start to look alike after a while, and when something truly novel comes out it is worth noting. Enter the Transparent Canoe Kayak from Hammacher Schlemmer. This canoe-kayak hybrid has a transparent polymer hull, purported by the manufacturer to be made of the same stuff as the cockpit canopies of supersonic fighter jets, that allows the paddlers to see the underwater world beneath them. Imagine a curious orca rising out of the green waters of the Salish Sea beneath you! What’s more, adjustable tandem seats, a drop-down skeg, and two transparent fixed paddles mean this craft is ready to go the distance. Check it out at hammacher.com, priced is $999.95 at the time of this writing.

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Laybag

We’ve seen these pop up on the water around these parts and decided to take a closer look. The LayBag does not require a pump, rather you pull it horizontally through the air and you have your own aquatic nest and someplace to rest. Made of durable ripstop nylon, the multi-stage development process focused on the material, technology, functionality, and design making it tough enough for use in the snowy mountains. The LayBag is lightweight at only 2.5-pounds, and easy to carry in its own small carrying bag, ideal for stuffing in a suitcase or backpack. The LayBag is available in black, white, green, outdoor olive, pink, ruby, blue, California (yellow), and Clementine. Price varies depending on color from $50 to $89 at en.laybag.com.

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Cabana Islander by Kwik Tek, Inc.

Float in comfort and convenience come summertime! This floating cabana will comfortably accommodate you and five friends. The detachable cover provides shade and a center swim porthole lets you slip in the water for a dip. Constructed of heavy-gauge PVC, the cabana has a boarding platform to assist you in loading up your picnic lunch. Don’t forget the beverages or perishables either, because you can leave them in the floating 16-quart cooler. Made in the U.S., Kwik Tek is known for high-performance and durable outdoor gear. Measures 76-inches long by 102-inches wide and 82-inches high when inflated. The cabana comes with a 90-day limited warranty and is available on hayneedle.com for $260.85.

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Kula 5 Cooler

The Kula 5 Cooler is a versatile option from Bote with plenty of great applications for the fisherman on the go. The five-gallon, bucket-style cooler looks a bit like a bear can when considered from the outside, complete with locked seal. The tough build means you can not only use the Kula 5 as a cooler for your brews, but as a baitwell, rod holder, cast net holder, equipment storage, and even a seat. A drain plug, handles, non-slip feet, and attachable shoulder strap are a few of the simple, good ideas that make the Kula 5 an essential part of your day outside. You can get one for $249.99 from westmarine.com.

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Frabill 1-Float Suit

Plenty of folks like to throw a line in the water on a nice summer day, but here in the Pacific Northwest, the truly dedicated aren’t always going to have the luxury of summertime temperatures. For those who are out there in the rain, sleet, and snow, the Frabill 1-Float Suit may become an invaluable piece of gear. The award-winning 1-Float jacket is one of the few floatation-assisting suits to be recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard as a USCG-Certified Personal Floatation Device. This jacket is hardcore because it is targeted toward ice fishermen, and even comes with ice-pick holders. Features like the 3M Scotchlite Reflective Material and mesh drain ports help turn this rugged piece of technical apparel into a potential lifesaver. Check the Frabill 1-Float Suit at frabill.com, priced at $299.99.

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Avlare Performance Top

Sometimes we just have to be brought back to the basics. Zhik’s Avlare performance top is a high-quality shirt made for the wet Pacific Northwest environment. The fabric behaves much like other water-wicking pieces of apparel, but is a quarter of the weight of spandex and is made to keep the wearer nice and dry, regardless of sideways rain or spray. Get yours from zhik.com for $185.

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GO YOUR Northwest Yachting’s 2016 Washington & B.C. Charter Guide // By Northwest Yachting Staff For many, the logistics of seeing the world from the helm in the traditional “go now” way with their own boat can be hard to pull off. Why not skip the months of bluethemed monotony between destinations and simply charter your way through the world’s top cruising grounds? Chartering as an alternative option or supplement to boat ownership has several benefits. While the costs are not cheap by any “normal” standard, chartering a yacht

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is far cheaper than ownership. If one only boats for a few weeks or months out of the year, it may just be worth it. What’s more, the rented vessel is primed and ready to go right out of the gate, which means more time enjoying the water and less time tinkering (or swearing) at Murphy and his law. Additionally, chartering companies can provide valuable resources to maximize a trip’s potential. Local knowledge given by hired skippers, meals cooked up by gourmet chefs, and nature experiences narrated by

naturalists can enrich the adventure while keeping one’s mind at ease. We here in the Pacific Northwest live in one of those places that ranks high on the world’s lists of great cruising grounds. As a result, we are spoiled for choice when it comes to chartering companies. Feel free to be picky and ask questions. This annual charter-company guide is your tool to find the company that can make your dream come true. Envision your perfect adventure and make it happen.


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Burgess

This organization is an international yacht charter, brokerage, and management company with offices in London, Monaco, Athens, Moscow, New York, Miami, and Seattle. The Seattle office is headed by Captain Ron Chace, formerly captain of the 200-foot Feadship MEDUSE. Burgess offers expertise in arranging fully crewed charters on yachts from 120 to 300 feet in length worldwide. Prices range from $60,000 to $450,000 per week, plus expenses, depending on the size and style of the vessel. Areas covered include the Pacific Northwest, Caribbean, Mediterranean, South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and more.

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Web: burgessyachts.com Phone: 206-669-6407 Email: Rchace@burgessyachts.com

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Windworks Sailing and Powerboating

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Bareboat and fully crewed charters are offered from Puget Sound to Southeast Alaska. Powerboats 26 to 72 feet in length are available and a crewed option for vessels up to 180 feet exists. Bareboat sailboats are 25 feet long, but crewed vessels are up to 127 feet. Special services are available on all vessels upon request.

Prime season (May 15 to September 15) daily rates for non-members are $276 to $906, and off-season daily rates are $226-$705. Insurance is included in both rates. The reservation deposit is 50%, due at the time of booking. There is a $75 check-out fee.

Prime season (July 13 to September 7) rates are $1,200 to $14,000 for power. Mid season (June 1 to July 12, and September 8 to 28) are 15% less. Low season (before June 1 and after September 28) is discounted 30%. The reservation deposit is 33-50% of the charter rate due 60 days prior to the charter.

Web: windworkssailing.com Phone: 206-784-9386 Email: shelby@windworkssailing.com

2309 Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103 Web: ledgermarinecharters.com Phone: 206-283-6160/800-659-3048 Email: info@islandcruising.com

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Seattle Boat Share

Bareboat charters offered from a fleet of around 30. A “Sharepass” is available for access to all the boats without restrictions on use times or geographical boundaries. Included in the Sharepass is insurance, licensing fees, moorage, fueling, cleaning, required safety equipment, and all maintenance. 1800 Westlake Ave, Suite #110 Seattle, WA Web: seattleboatshare.com Phone: 206-707-1030

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This is a membership-based sailing club with some non-member sailing activities available. Vessels offered for bareboat charters range from 22 to 42 feet long. Special services include US Sailing certified lessons, bareboat and skippered charters, USCG approved Captain’s Licensing courses, and quarterly social events.

Shilshole Bay Marina 7001 Seaview Ave., Suite 110 Seattle WA 98117

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Cedar Wave Charters

Books trips year-round. Cedar Wave provides custom private picnic tours and day cruises on beautifully restored classic wooden yachts. Trips starting at $325 for groups up to six. Relax in style on the waters of Lake Washington and Puget Sound. Gourmet meal options including entrées like clam bakes, fish tacos, and sunrise fruit puddings. Private tour guides and other special services including weddings, engagements and memorials. USCG licensed captains. Maritime heritage education and historic vessel preservation consulting.

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1010 Valley St. Seattle, WA 98109 Web: cedarwave.com Phone: 206-335-0133 Email: info@cedarwave.com

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Voyages Northwest

This company features the only Nordhavn charter fleet operating in the Pacific Northwest and Southeast Alaska. Summer Alaska schedules are available. Additionally, 18 private yachts are available for charter from 42 to 118 feet LOA in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Mexico. Corporate and private charters (crewed and assisted bareboat) for the day or an entire week are offered aboard executive-appointed yachts. 12601 NE 124th St. #403 Kirkland, WA 98034

Blue glaciers and epic mountainscapes await those who charter a yacht in British Columbia or Alaska. Pictured above is a vessel on an adventure from the Northwest Explorations fleet.

Web: voyagesnorthwest.com Phone: 206-510-1080 Email: info@voyagesnorthwest.com

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Power yachts ranging from a 26-foot Nordic Tug to a 57-foot Bayliner, and sailboats ranging from a 30-foot Catalina to a 50-foot Beneteau, are available. Special services such as sleep aboards, provisioning, and instruction are available. Free linen packages, planning maps, and outboard engines are a few included extras.

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Anacortes Yacht Charters

Bareboat and crewed yacht charters offered with approximately 85 boats in the fleet, including 24- to 70-foot power and sail vessels. Special services include meal provisioning, outboard rentals, fishing gear, and kayaks. ASA certification and introduction and advanced power courses available. Skippers are available for hire. Anacortes Marina Office, 2415 “T” Ave., Suite 2 Anacortes, WA 98221 Web: ayc.com Phone: 800-233-3004/360-293-4555 Email: info@ayc.com

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San Juan Yachting and Sailing

Bareboat and skippered powerboats 28 to 58 feet in length, sail monohulls 34 to 49 feet, and sail catamarans 34 to 42 feet. Special services include complimentary linens and towels and cleaning on all charters of seven days or more. Provisioning and crewed charters are available. Full-service powerboat training and weekend/week-long liveaboard sail courses are also available.

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NW Explorations

2201 Skyline Way, Suite 100 Anacortes, WA 98221 Web: shipharboryachts.com Phone: 360-299-9193/877-772-6582 Email: info@shipharbor.net

High season rates are $6,400 to $11,200, while low season is 25% less. Multi-week discounts are available. The reservation deposit is 40% of the charter rate with the balance due 120 days prior to departure.

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Web: nwexplorations.com Phone: 360-676-1248/800-826-1430 Email: charter@nwexplorations.com

Spring season (April to June), peak season (July-August), late summer season (September), off season (October-March) are charged differently. Damage deposits are $1,000 to $5,000. Reservation deposits are 30% of the balance, due 60-90 days prior to departure.

Crown Yacht Charters

Bareboat charters offered with a fleet of 32- to 47-foot powerboats and 32- to 56-foot sailboats. Dinghy with outboard, BBQ, linens and towels for up to four guests, pre-charter briefing or boat systems and operation, assistance with itinerary planning, and cleaning after completion of charter is included. Numerous courses and instructional classes are available to hone boat maneuvering and navigational skills. Car parking is available near the marina.

Peak season (June 15 to August 30) rates are $2,300 - $9,250 and the second consecutive week of a charter is discounted 10%. The option of daily damage waivers or refundable damage deposits is offered. Liability insurance is $70 per week. The reservation deposit is 30%, and cancellations are required 60 days prior to departure. 2615 South Harbor Loop, Suite #1, Bellingham, WA 98225

910 11th Street Anacortes, WA 98221

Web: sanjuanyachting.com Phone: 360-671-8089/800-670-8089 Email: charter@sanjuanyachting.com

Web: crownyachtcharters.com Phone: 360-293-9533/800-426-2313 Email: info@crownyachtcharters.com

Cooper Boating

Bareboat and skippered sailboats, and powerboats are available ranging in size from 30 feet to 57 feet from a fleet of over 40 vessels. Flotillas, offshore training, and circumnavigation of Vancouver Island are options as well. Professional instruction is offered as a special service. There are three operation bases to choose from — Vancouver and Sidney, BC (Gulf Islands) as well as the Powell River (Desolation Sound).

2623 South Harbor Loop Bellingham, WA 98225

Prime season (June 21 to September 8), midseason (May 17 to June 20, and September 9 to 29), and low season (January 1 to May 16, and September 30 to December 31) have different rates. Modest additional charges are added for liability insurance and vessel hull insurance with reductions in deductible amounts. Early booking and early payment receive a five percent discount, as do repeat customers. Ten or more nights are five percent off.

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Rates vary according to season. Off-season rates are $1,367 to $7,641 per week, while prime season rates are $1,785 to $9,980 per week. Four day, three-night minimum length charters are offered. Multi-week charters have a 10% discount. The reservation deposit is 30% and the balance is due 60 days prior to the charter.

The fleet is made up of a luxury diesel trawler (Grand Banks, Fleming, and DeFever) fleet ranging from 36 to 52 feet in length. Bareboat charters are offered throughout the Pacific Northwest and Southeast Alaska. Flotillas include USCG captains, dock hands, and onboard naturalists on each yacht and include cruising grounds in Alaska, Desolation Sound, the San Juan Islands, and the Gulf Islands. Special services included in the rate: linens, fully outfitted galley, RIB dinghy with outboard, crab pots, and cleaning upon return.

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Ship Harbor Yacht Charters

910 11th Street Anacortes, WA 98221

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Web: cooperboating.com Phone: 604-683-6837 Email: crew@cooperboating.com

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Chariot Adventures

Combine learning to sail with a six-day and night adventure, Cruise-N-Learn, through the San Juans. Learn the ropes with an experienced instructor who has been certified to teach the American Sailing Association curriculum. Passing the skills and knowledge tests at each level, along with additional practice, will get you certified to charter a boat and feel confident skippering her yourself. This class is taught on Chariot, a restored classic Annapolis 44. The skipper specializes in (and enjoys) working with couples.

SAN JUAN ISLAND

718 Coho Way, Bellingham, WA 98225

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Web: chariotadventures.com Phone: 360-961-6557 Email: chariotadventures@gmail.com


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Bellhaven Yacht Sales and Charters

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Sail and power boats with bareboat and skippered charters options. Vessels are 25’ to 60’, including Grady White (day charters available), Ocean Alexander, Bayliner, Meridian, Hunter, and Silverton. Watch the website for new additions and special offers and discounts. Instructional opportunities including ASA accredited, six-day Cruise-NLearn, a hands-on liveaboard, learn to sail/ bareboat, fun vacation with certified instructors. Weekend and private instruction also offered. Power boat instruction for novices or “rusty skippers” offered as a separate course or with a skipper while on a charter.

BLAINE

Prime season charter rates are $1,975 to $8,400 per week. Early and late summer rates are 15% discounted. Off-season charters are discounted 25%. Discounts are available for multiple weeks, multiple boat charters, and returning customers. Insurance by refundable damage deposits. Reservation deposit is 30%, with balance due 60 days prior to departure. 700 Coho Way Bellingham, WA 98225 Web: bellhaven.net Phone: 360-733-6636/877-310-9471 Email: bellhaven@bellhaven.net

Adventure aboard a 54-foot sailing yacht, the custom S/V Na-Walak pilothouse ketch. Planned trips and custom cruises are available April through October. Meals are provided by a gourmet chef, and a naturalist captain leads wildlife and naturalist tours. Pricing details available online. 198 Bromley Dr. Eastsound, WA 98245 Web: emeraldislesailing.com Phone: 360-376-3472 Email: charters@emeraldislesailing.com

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Island Cruising

Monohull and catamaran sailboats and power yachts from 30’ to 50’ all in pristine condition. Ownership options are available in the fleet. A Leopard catamaran as well as Beneteau and Jeanneau monohulls are a few of the makes offered. Offering bareboat to competent sailors or skippered yachts that include ASA trained professionals. Additional charter options from Comox, BC. 9776 4th Street Sidney, B.C. Canada Web: islandcruising.com & coastlinemarine.ca Phone: 250-656-7070 Email: info@islandcruising.com

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Desolation Sound Yacht Charters

Bareboat or skippered powerboats from 34 to 54 feet and sailboats from 31 to 49 feet offered. All charters are fully serviced except for food (provisioning available). Courses in sail and power yacht handling that lead to International Certifications are available. Prime season (June 15 to September 15) rates for power are $3,700 to $4,800. Sail is $2,200 to $4,700. Off season power boat rates are $3,100 to $4,200, sailboats are $1,900 to $3,800. The damage deposit is $2,000 to $5,000 while insurance is $30 to $45 per day. The reservation deposit is 25% plus applicable taxes, balance due 60 days prior to departure. Cancellation policy is before 90 days prior to departure with a $300 service fee. If within 60-90 days, the cost of cancellation is 25% of the total charter fee. 101-1819 Beaufort, Ave., Comox B.C. V9M 1R9 Web: desolationsoundyachtcharters.com Phone: 250-339-7222/877-647-3815 E: charter@desolationsoundyachtcharters.com

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Blue Pacific

Bareboat cruise and learn vacations are the emphasis. Powerboats 28 to 96 feet and sailboats 30 to 50 feet are offered. The 33% reservation deposit is due 60 days prior to the charter. 1519 Foreshore Walk, Granville Island Vancouver, B.C. V6H3X3 Web: bluepacificcharters.com Phone: 800-237-2392/604-682-2161 Email: info@bluepacificcharters.com

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Nanaimo Yacht Charters and Sailing School

Bareboat charters aboard both power and sail are offered. Extras like free bedding for vessels over 30 feet, BBQ, dinghy with outboard motor, and courtesy cars are included. Transport services to and from airports and float plane terminals are provided. The company also encompasses a boating and sailing school. International Yacht Training to obtain international competency, International Sail and Power Association classes, and Dali Canada methods of instruction are available. The certification programs range from basic sailing lessons to Yacht Master Offshore. 1690 Stewart Avenue Nanaimo, B.C. V9S 4E1 Web: nanaimoyachtcharters.com Phone: 250-754-8601/877-754-8601 Email: info@nanaimoyachtcharters.com

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CHOOSE YOUR OWN

ADVENTURE! By Sherri Huleatt

A ton of choices go into deciding where, when, and what to charter. Sherri Huleatt, on behalf of Northwest Explorations, gives us an insider perspective.

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Jean Turnbull is one of the most experienced mariners you’re likely to meet. She’s cruised all over the world with her partner, Priscilla Myers, including a one-year, 6,300-mile circumnavigation around eastern North America and

an 18-week trip around Alaska’s Inside Passage. She’s cruised the Bahamas, the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence River to the north Atlantic, the Rideau Canal in Ontario, and more. She also has her 100-ton near-coastal merchant mariner’s certificate from Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

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Despite the training, adventures, and thousands of miles under her keel, there’s a twist to the story: she doesn’t own a single boat. Instead, she’s been a charter customer for years. For seasoned skippers like Jean, and even boating newbies, chartering is one of the smartest decisions they could make: it allows them to travel all over the world in a private boat, without having to worry about the extra costs, maintenance, and stress that comes with being a boat owner. “Our charter customers come from all over the world,” Brian Pemberton, owner of NW Explorations, a Bellingham charter company, said. “The yacht is ready to go as soon as they step off the plane and outfitted


with all the comforts of home. The refrigerator is already cool, the sheets are already on the beds, and the yacht is in perfect condition and ready to cruise—your floating hotel is ready to go! Plus, we’ve got some of the best cruising in the world, right in our backyard. Customers can explore the beautiful San Juan Islands, secluded Inside Passage, incredible Gulf Islands, and beyond.” WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A CHARTER Chartering your own yacht offers an unforgettable experience, but it can also come with a hefty price tag. With that in mind, don’t sacrifice a good trip by skimping on price. Getting the right yacht from the right

charter company is key to ensuring you have a safe and enjoyable cruise. Turnbull and her partner met with 10 different Washington charter companies before deciding on NW Explorations. And her tenacity paid off. “We were so pleased with the quality of the fleet and the professionalism of the NW Explorations staff that we have been chartering with the company ever since,” Turnbull said. If you’re looking to get started with charters or try out a new company, here’s what to look for. 1. Pick Your Adventure. First thing’s first: where do you want to go? And what do you want to experience? For some charterers, sunbathing in 85-degree weather with a good

book and glass of wine is their ideal vacation. For others, bundling up and watching humpback whales crest the water while a massive glacier calves in the distance is the ticket. For others, it’s spending time away with friends and family, without the distractions that come from daily life. Charters offer all of these experiences and more, so choosing what you want out of your trip is an integral first step. Ask yourself: do you want to cover a lot of area in a limited amount of time or take your time meandering towns and anchorages? Is it more important for you to have space and comfort, or speed? How well-equipped does your vessel need to be and how seaworthy should she be? Do you wantontoPage have Continued 68 a self-

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Flotillas are a great way to see the great outdoors in the Pacific Northwest. Not only does one have the support of fellow boaters and experts, but making new friends is almost guaranteed.

sufficient experience with a bareboat charter or make new friends with a guided flotilla? For long-time charter customer David Charvat, nothing compares to the Inside Passage through British Columbia. The trip offers “breathtaking beauty and endless remote anchorages,” Charvat said. “It’s like Lake Huron and Lake Superior on an overdose of steroids!” Jean Turnbull agreed, saying “nothing compares with the waters of British Columbia and Alaska for wildlife and scenery.” Whether you’re looking for ultimate seclusion or bustling seaside towns, understanding what you want out of your trip is the first step in planning it. 2. Research the Company. Getting to know the company will tell you a lot about the yacht. From how they answer the phones, to the quality of their website, to their online reviews, there are plenty of ways to research a company before booking your trip. Once you’ve decided where you want to go, take the time to research the company’s reputation. Ask your charter friends and check out reviews on TripAdvisor. Also, research the team and company culture. What’s their mission and core values?

Are they boaters themselves? How knowl- don’t, you might want to look elsewhere edgeable are they about their yachts and for your next charter. local boating? IS A FLOTILLA If something goes wrong on your trip, RIGHT FOR YOU? do they have a support system in place While some charterers prefer the indeto assist you? What’s their policy in case pendence of bareboat charters, others like there’s a mechanical issue? Picking the right charter company the camaraderie and guidance of flotillas. “Flotillas offer an incredible adventure, ensures you have the yacht, support, and paired with getting to know a group of experience you want. 3. Know the Vessel. For many charter- adventurous skippers from all over the ers, it’s all about the boat. Making sure world,” Pemberton said. “Our flotillas your boat is in prime condition will help are led by a U.S. Coast Guard Licensed you avoid the annoying mechanical er- Captain, mechanic, and certified naturalist rors and oversights that can ruin a trip. who narrates key sightseeing spots and Age isn’t a clear indicator of a boat’s historical locations along the way. For our health (even new boats break down, after flotilla customers, this trip offers the best all), so ask to see the charter company’s of both worlds: they get to experience real maintenance schedule and checklist. freedom and adventure in some of the NW Explorations, for example, has an world’s most beautiful locations, while extensive 18-page checklist that each of making new friends and having experts their yachts must pass before leaving the help them along the way.” dock. Wondering if a flotilla is right for you? Also check out the navigational equip- Here are some reasons people choose ment. Is it up-to-date? Is the interior kept flotillas instead of going it alone: clean, modern, and welcoming? Are the 1. You’re in Good Company. “It never galleys fully stocked? Are there fishing ceases to amaze me the incredible relationsuplies, crab pots, and dinghies on board? ships that are built aboard our flotillas,” More than anything: don’t be afraid to Pemberton said. “Here, you have a group ask! Your charter company should have of like-minded people who could have answers for all of these questions. If they gone to an all-inclusive resort in Jamaica and been served chilled cocktails all day, but instead, chose an adventure. An adventure where they cook their own meals, The further north one ventures, the more likely it is that skipper their own yachts, experience naone encounters jaw-dropping glaciers. tive cultures, spot rare wildlife, and get to experience real freedom away from technology and the hustle and bustle of everyday life.” Pemberton said there are groups that met while aboard a flotilla, and have returned year after year together because they forged such a strong bond during the trip. Between group meals, cocktail hours, and the sheer excitement of experiencing an adventure together, flotillas are an amazing way to grow closer to loved ones and make lifelong friends. 2. Intimate Experience. While cruise ships can take you to a majority of the same places as a flotilla, they don’t hold Continued on Page 70

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The Best BEST PNW a candle to the kind of up-close and per- Charter CHARTEr spots sPOTs sonal experience you get with a flotilla or bareboat charter. With these trips, you members to offset the cost of insurance, can spot humpback whales and orcas, maintenance, and financing. cruise alongside massive glaciers, and “It’s really a win-win for yacht ownstop at completely secluded anchorages ers,” Pemberton said. “The average boat and villages. owner only uses their boat two to three According to flotilla passengers Todd weeks out of the year — joining a charter Whitmer and Judy Abraham, flotillas are ownership program allows them to put the way to go. “Many companies in the those weeks they’re not using their yacht travel business use the term, ‘trip of a to good use. Plus, their yacht is ready for lifetime.’ We have been lucky enough to them whenever they want it.” take several trips described this way. But Pemberton said most of their charter this experience—Leg 1 and 2 of Mother owners live outside of Washington. BeGoose 2016—is the first trip that has ing in this program means their yacht is truly lived up to that description!” The ready for them as soon as they arrive. She Mother Goose flotilla, so named because is already cleaned, triple-checked, and of there is a lead boat, explores the Inside ready for cruising. Passage and is an annual Northwest Whether you’re a boat owner, charter Exploration adventure. customer, or flotilla passenger — cruising 3. Get Help from the Experts. Apart the Pacific Northwest is an unforgettable from the people, adventure, and intimacy, adventure. Experience the beautiful San having a trained crew is another huge Juan Islands, the bustling Gulf Islands, or draw for flotilla customers. This allows some of the rarest wildlife in the world, lifelong boaters and newly-minted skip- including bald eagles, orcas, humpback pers to travel in confidence, no matter whales, bears, and more. where they go. Typically, flotillas include To start, check out the San Juan Isa captain, mechanic, and naturalist who lands. This 172-island archipelago is can narrate the trip. ranked as one of the top 10 island desThis can remove a significant amount tinations in America. The islands offer of stress from the trip. Passengers don’t a wealth of natural beauty, rich history, have to worry about where to go or won- and peaceful anchorages. A few stops der if they’re missing the best sightseeing you won’t want to miss: Sucia Island spots or wildlife—the trip and itinerary is incredibly secluded and taken up are planned for them. almost entirely by Washington State Park land. The island also offers about Charter Programs programs 10 miles of hiking trails and anchorage For Owners for at Echo Bay or Fossil Bay. Next, swing If you’re already a yacht owner, there’s by Patos Island and grab some pictures no need to feel left out of all the charter of the historic Patos Island Light Station fun. Adding your yacht to a charter built in 1893. ownership program could be one of the No trip to the San Juans is complete best boating decisions you make. This without visiting Roche Harbor on San program allows current yacht owners, Juan Island—a quaint harbor filled whose boat meets the charter company’s with art, fine dining, and an eerie maurequirements, to charter their yacht to soleum—and Rosario Resort on Orcas other boat lovers. Island, a stunning historic mansion, For NW Explorations, if someone that offers a spa, historic exhibit, and an purchases an approved yacht through impressive pipe organ and grand piano them and adds it to their charter fleet, concert every evening. they don’t have to pay any sales tax on Other highlights include the privately the yacht. Likewise, they get year-round owned Spieden Island, which is home to maintenance and care, prime moorage exotic goats, sheep and deer that can be at the gateway to the San Juans and Gulf seen from the water, and the one-room Islands, and 60% of the yacht’s char- Stuart Island School and Museum, loter revenue. This extra revenue allows cated on Stuart Island.

The Pacific Northwest is blessed with worldclass wildlife, like the breaching humpback whale pictured left. The biologically productive waters of the North Pacific seasonally draw whales and other animals to the veritable buffet under the waves.

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A good chartering company will keep the yachts in their fleet in top-notch, turn-key condition so clients spend more time cruising.

Once you’ve conquered the San Juans, it’s time for British Columbia’s Gulf Islands. These islands stretch from Victoria to Nanaimo on the east coast of Vancouver Island, and benefit from the rain shadow effect, which gives them more than 2,000 hours of sunshine and only 30 inches of rain a year. Start your trip by clearing customs at Bedwell Harbour — home to the elegant Poets Cove Resort and Spa. Swing by Victoria to stroll through Butchart Gardens, then wander through Ganges on Salt Spring Island — an eclectic seaside village, known for its many art studios and Farmers Market held every Saturday. Be sure to stop by Montague Harbour on Galiano Island, so you can take the Hummingbird Bus up to the Hummingbird Pub for some tasty pub fare and chilled libations. For nature lovers, stop at the Pirates Cove Marine Provincial Park located on the southeastern tip of De Courcy Island. This park offers 75 acres of hiking trails, swimming, clamming, kayaking, and relaxing. Cap off your Gulf Islands trip by making your final stop at Nanaimo — a bustling port city with a museum, outdoor markets, quaint seaside shops, decadent seafood restaurants, and oceanside parks. And, of course, you’ll want to sample the world-famous and delicious Nanaimo bar dessert, named after the lively city. Want to learn more about charters, flotillas, and the charter ownership program? Contact NW Explorations at charters@nwexplorations.com or 360676-1248.

Sherri Huleatt is a freelance writer and digital marketing strategist. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English literature from Western Washington University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in marketing from West Virginia University. When she doesn’t have her head buried in a book, you can find her camping, cooking, or laughing at a pun.


2020

2018 Beginning January 1, 2018, no new recreational boats under 65 feet may be sold in the state of Washington if their bottom paint contains copper.

Beginning January 1, 2020, no bottom paint that contains more than 0.5% copper may be sold for application to recreational boats under 65 feet in the state of Washington.

Copper bottom paint

phase-out

Alternatives to copper-based paint are currently on the market and can even be more effective at prohibiting marine growth. For evidence of how various products are performing, see www.cleanboatingfoundation.org

Copper is a regulated toxic metal. Studies have indicated that salmon lose their fight-or-flight instinct due to even low amounts of copper in the water.

The mission of the Clean Boating Foundation is to both provide voluntary market-based solutions for a more environmentally sustainable recreational boating industry and to promote clean boating practices with special attention to Puget Sound.


RACING SHEET

Grand Finales Words: Doug Hansen // Photos: Jan Anderson As the rainy months settle in and most boats are covered for the winter, racers grasp at straws for the last moments of the sailing season. Grand Prix (October 28-30) and Round the County (November 5-6) are historically two of the most prestigious regatt as in the Northwest, and mark the end of fall.

The three-day Grand Prix Invitational Regatta hosted by Seattle Yacht Club invites bigboat racers to a weekend of short and medium distance racing on Puget Sound. This year the fleets ranged from the ever growing J/80 One Design up to the 70-foot monsters of the ORC fleet. Racing began Friday afternoon with a

light southerly that settled into 8-13 knots as the day went on. Fleets got off two races and then retired to the Corinthian Yacht Club for dinner and drinks. Saturday brought light winds and longer courses, with fleets being set down around Blakely Rock and back to finish off West Point. The fickle breeze and

Top: Between the Grand Prix and Round the County races, sailors were exposed to a whole range of conditions ranging from fickle breezes to 30-knot winds. Just about anything is possible on Puget Sound this time of year.

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heavy commercial traffic made tactics difficult and those who could keep their heads in the game and played the shifts made big gains. Sunday morning came and fleets headed out again in a light southerly, starting one race that was abandoned as the wind shifted 90 degrees. After waiting for the wind to settle, the course was reset and all fleets got off one start with the wind dying before the majority of the fleet could finish. The event concluded with a fantastic awards dinner at Seattle Yacht Club Sunday evening. The annual Round The County stands alone as one of the most successful races in the Northwest. Selling out in under 24 hours and with fleets ranging from the venerable Santa Cruz 27 to the 11 boat ORC big-boat fleet, all of the top boats come out for the weekend. This year’s course took racers clockwise around San Juan Island. Saturday started off Lydia Shoal with a 30-knot front moving through as boats short tacked along the Blakely Island shoreline. The mixed-up fleets and hails for shore room made for exciting moments. The wind slowly subsided and many boats struggled to reach the finish line. The party in Roche Harbor did not disappoint, and for crews arriving to the dock late into the evening, the beer tent and hot BBQ were welcomed sights. Sunday began with a light air spinnaker run out of Roche Harbor. The wind began to build as boats rounded the north end of the islands to the low 20’s and made for a challenging upwind run toward the finish. Next on the racing calendar is the South Sound Series beginning with Winter Vashon on December 3. The rest of the South Sound Series waits until the New Year and will take racers to Olympia for the Toliva Shoals Race and Des Moines for the Duwamish Head Race.


Race Results: Round the County 2016 Listed are select results from the 2016 Round the County Race. Corrected times and standing are divisional. Division M

Division ORC

Division 0

Boat Name

Skipper

Rating

Corrected

Zulu

Findlay Gibbons

66

14:16:06

1

15:28:23

Mojo

Mark Hansen

69

14:27:31

2

15:43:05

Bat Out Of Hell

Lance Staughton

54

14:30:26

3

15:29:35

Bravo Zulu

Denny Vaughan

57

14:32:40

4

15:35:06

-

Hana Mari

Ged Mclean

66

15:30:08

5

-

-

Legacy

John Peterson

69

15:35:02

6

-

Nefarious

Daniel Randolph

54

15:36:06

7

-

Boat Name

Skipper

Rating

Corrected

Mama Tried

Bill Neidringhaus

-2

13:01:50

1

12:59:40

Aliikai

Dougie Barlow

40

14:11:06

2

14:54:54

Broderna Ii

Strandberg & Strandberg

-2

14:55:35

3

14:53:25

Blue Lightning

Mark Gumley

-8

16:55:35

4*

-

Escape

Yury Palatnik

79

16:55:35

4*

O’Benannas

Holstine & Pihl

180

16:55:35

4*

Boat Name

Skipper

Valkyrie

RKR Racing

Rating

Corrected

1.3415

13:15:44

Standing Total Elapsed Division 1

Standing Total Elapsed 1

9:53:11

Kinetic V

David Sutcliffe

1.3302

13:19:21

2

10:00:56

Glory

John Buchan

1.3737

13:20:33

3

9:42:47

Smoke

Steve Travis

1.3739

13:23:42

4

9:44:59

Neptune’s Car

Paul Lamarche

1.3866

14:36:27

5

10:32:06

Jam

John McPhail

1.1436

14:37:43

6

12:47:31

Strait Marine

Allan & Allan

1.1636

14:43:49

7

12:39:34

Hamachi

Dougherty & Andrews

1.1698

16:13:10

8

13:51:55

Jedi

John Tenneson

1.1971

16:49:37

9

14:03:24

Artemis

Muir & Dapogny

1.2009

17:29:20

10

14:33:48

Westerly

Dahlgren & Dahlgren

1.3565

20:39:53

11

-

Boat Name

Skipper

Mischief

Standing Total Elapsed

Standing Total Elapsed

Dunvegan

McLeod & McGonagle

66

15:37:20

8

-

Tantivy

Burnell & James

69

15:37:21

9

-

Hravn

Todd Koetje

69

15:37:38

10

-

Tigger

Cody Pinion

57

15:43:45

11

-

Wild Blue

Michael Picco

51

15:44:01

12

-

Anarchy

Tom Ward

57

15:45:46

13

-

Mountain

Bernhard & Morse

69

15:48:48

14

-

Time Bandit

Bob Brunius

54

15:58:03

15

-

Fast Tango

Lou Bianco

54

16:58:03

16*

-

Family Affair

Buus & Pearce

66

16:58:03

16*

-

Starblazer

Robert Hennessy

57

17:58:03

18

-

Rating

Corrected

72

14:20:30

1

15:39:21

Different Drummer Charles Hill

81

14:27:14

2

15:55:57

Elusive

Jeff Whitney

72

14:39:49

3

15:58:40

Boat Name

Skipper

Rags

Button & Button

Standing Total Elapsed

Rating

Corrected

Jespersen & Macdonald

20

10:49:13

1

11:11:07

Terremoto

Weinstein & Brink

30

11:43:30

2

12:16:21

White Cloud

Stevan Johnson

18

12:28:22

3

12:48:06

Vitesse

David Steffen

81

14:55:27

4

16:24:10

Recon

Kevin Welch

42

12:28:31

4

13:14:31

re-Quest

Wetmore & Billingham

72

15:42:48

5

-

Madrona

Carl Buchan

18

13:14:45

5

13:34:29

Shearwater

Karl Haflinger

72

15:45:20

6

-

Ace

Shorett & Burzicki

39

13:47:20

6

14:30:03

Mas Kaos

Nesbit & Ager

75

15:48:33

7

-

Jack Rabbit

Colin Nichols

24

13:47:49

7

14:14:07

Intuition

Johannessen & Johannessen 81

15:51:38

8

-

Grace

Mack & Mack

39

14:16:55

8

14:59:38

The Boss

Stenwick & Stenwick

72

15:53:57

9

-

The Shadow

McCarthy & Scott

36

14:21:09

9

15:00:35

Altair

Vannice & Seegers

72

16:19:07

10

-

Teddy Bear

Hawken & Hawken

39

14:50:41

10

15:33:24

Hobie Trippin

Matthew Walker

84

16:44:43

11

-

Tango

Duchin & Sheldon

27

15:20:37

11

-

Sunshine Girl

Meagher & Sanford

72

17:44:43

12*

-

Gray Wolf

Goussev & Goussev

24

15:50:14

12

-

Intrepid

Don Butler

72

17:44:43

12*

-

65 Red Roses

Graeme Clendenan

42

15:56:38

13

-

Epilogue

Greg Lewis

81

17:44:43

12*

-

Asylum

Caldwell & Thomas

33

16:07:34

14

-

Division 2

Race Results: SYC Grand Prix Listed are select results from the 2016 SYC Grand Prix Overall

4 Class

Boat Name

Boat Type

Owner/Helm

TCF

R1

R2

R3

R4

Points

1st

Smoke

TP 52

Sail No. Club 52005

CYC

Steve Travis

497

1

2

2

1

6

Total 6

2nd

Glory

TP 52

88008

SYC

John Buchan

496.5

2

1

3

2

8

8

3rd

Neptunes Car

Santa Cruz 70

60667

12

4th

Jam

J160

5th

New Haven

6th

CYC

Paul LaMarche

493.6

4

4

1

3

12

18

GHYC

John McPhail

593.8

3

3

6

5

17

17

Ker 46

4601L

PMYC

John Kerrigan

572.6

5

6

5

4

20

20

Eye Candy

Farr 395

39504

SYC

Jim Marta

621.9

6

5

4

6

21

21

Boat Name

Boat Type

Owner/Helm

Rating

R1

R2

R3

R4

1st

Last Tango

J-105

212

CYC, STYC

James Geros

93

1

1

2

5

9

2nd

Jaded

J-105

299

CYC

Chris Phoenix

93

2

5

1

6

14

Sail No. Club

Points

3rd

Inconceivable!

J-105

403

SYC, CYC

Lance Rummel

93

5

4

7

2

18

4th

Free Bowl of Soup

J-105

519

CYC POR

Schenk/Davis/Hopper

93

4

6

4

4

18

5th

Delirium

J-105

272

CYC

Jerry Diercks

93

6

2

8.0 DNF

3

19

6th

More Jubilee

J-105

114

CYC

Erik Kristen

93

3

3

6

8

20

7th

Moose Unknown

J-105

89

STYC

John Aitchison

93

9.0 DNS

9.0 DNS

3

1

22

8th

Avalanche

J-105

495

CYC

Ed Wilder

93

7

7

8.0 DNF

7

29

9th

Puff

J-105

115

CYC

Stephen Summers

93

8

8

5

9

30

5 Class

1st

Trophy Wife

Melges 24

243

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Glenn Klute

99

1

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1

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Vela Volta

Match 35

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Steve Kirsch

108

2

2

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1st

Underdog

J-80

85

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129

2

1

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2

8

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Jolly Green

J-80

1

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Mike Poole

129

3

2

1

3

9

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Taj Mahal

J-80

445

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David Schutte

129

4

4

2

1

11

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J-80

546

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Alan Ross

129

1

3

3.0 DNF

4

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P RTS OF CALL

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By Norris Comer

Esther Bielmeier Boyd was a WWI-era shipyard worker in Bremerton, Washington who was anonymously immortalized in black and white photography in 1919. She stands casually in the picture over an open rivet-heating furnace, tongs in hand, and wears a distracted smirk from under her brimmed hat. Her hands are protected by heavy gloves, her feet by work boots. When a statue of her from the photo was erected in the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Memorial Plaza nearly 100 years later in 2009, it was her son who identified her to the world. “She would’ve been embarrassed,” Lyle Boyd said of his humble mother to the Kitsap Sun. Welcome to Bremerton, a Navy town that’s transforming into a boater-oriented destination. When boaters talk of their favorite places, it’s unusual that they’ll say Bremerton. Tucked in the Central Sound due west of Seattle, Bremerton’s gritty soul has always been married to the Navy. From the days of Esther to the conceivable future, the Bremerton Naval Shipyard is a cornerstone of American military might in the region, and understanding the Navy’s role in the community is key. “Our War Count” of built and repaired WWII warships is proudly displayed on the bow section of the decommissioned USS South Carolina alongside Esther’s statue. When the clock hits five, a stream of ship workers, predominately men with long beards and sturdy barrel-builds, flows from the shipyard. But Bremerton’s future is diversifying. The town completely rebuilt the marina and surrounding area in the late 2000s. Now public art, open plazas, and new attractions like the revamped Naval History Museum have settled into their new locations. Not all boating towns are quaint hamlets on scenic islands, and Bremerton remains one of those authentic working communities where you could conceivably buy a round for off-the-clock shipyard workers. Bremerton, in essence, is still Esther the Riveter, with all her plain-Jane beauty and honest, working soul. These days, Esther may have a bit of spending money and maybe she puts on a nice dress to go out on the weekends. But it’s good to know, if the world grows sour, Esther still has her work gloves and knows how to dish out warships. The Bremerton Marina is the go-to choice for boaters, as it is in the center of the fun. The marina is on Sinclair Inlet, which is accessible from either the north (southbound through Agate Passage) or south (through Rich Passage) sides of Bainbridge Island. As always around the narrow passages of Puget Sound, the tides are worth consideration. The Seattle-Bremerton ferry runs east-west through Sinclair Inlet, so be mindful. The ferry terminal is a few blocks from the Bremerton Marina. Everyone is bound for the same port of call.

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Revamped Waterfront Bremerton’s waterfront has undergone a complete overhaul since the 2000s, and the results are quite impressive. The nucleus of the open, walkable downtown is the Bremerton Marina, the Kitsap Conference Center at Bremerton Harborside, and the ferry terminal. For food, you can stick to the chains you prefer, like Cold Stone Creamery, Subway, Starbucks, Taco del Mar, etc., or wander afield to see what makes Bremerton unique. SEEfilm Bremerton Cinema on Burwell St. is the local movie theater featuring the newest releases. We dive into these attractions in greater depth later, but the Puget Sound Navy Museum, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Memorial Plaza, Harborside Fountain Memorial Park, USS Turner Joy, Admiral Theatre, and all kinds of eateries and bars await. Another fun bonus is the Foot Ferry, a micro-ferry based out of a small terminal near the Bremerton Marina. This ferry service takes walk-on passengers across Sinclair Inlet to Port Orchard in case you want to check it out but don’t want to leave your transient moorage space to the wolves.

Naval Heritage For those who love the gray hulls of the world’s toughest boats of yore, Bremerton is the Puget Sound Mecca. The USS Turner Joy DD 951, a Forrest Sherman-class destroyer, has been turned into a public floating museum in the Bremerton Marina. Not only are tours available, but the ship is also an event space for things like family movie nights, college meet and greets, board game nights, and more. Prices vary for admission, ranging from free for children ages four and under and active military to $14 for adults. Hours are 1000 hours to 1700 hours, seven days a week from March to October, and 1000 hours to 1600 hours Wednesday through Sunday from November to February. More info at ussturnerjoy.com. The Puget Sound Navy Museum is located right between the ferry terminal and the Navy Shipyard. Opened in 2007, the museum is a must-see for those interested in sailors, submarines, and battleships. The Harborside Park feels almost like an extension of the museum, and leads visitors south past battleship-inspired monuments to the water’s edge. Museum hours are 1000 hours to 1600 hours seven days a week, but closed on Tuesdays from October to April. Admission is free. For the truly intrepid, catching a glimpse of the many warships inside the Naval Shipyard can be a bit of a challenge due to restricted access. The best way on foot may involve some improvised walking west along the northern edge of the base. Try not to look suspicious. Alternatively, we are boaters here, and you may get some better views on the water. If you do make it to the eastside of the shipyard, there is a small Bug Museum on Charleston Blvd. as a perk.

Admiral Theatre The Admiral Theatre, established in 1942 during the WWII shipping boom, is an art deco movie house that was renovated in 1997 into a live entertainment and events venue. The theater touts over 110 diverse performances and special events that include concerts, comedy shows, movies, theatrical productions, and more. Also enticing is the embraced concept of “dinner theatre,” which makes the Admiral both a high-culture and high-dining stop. Check out their website at admiraltheatre.org for more information on upcoming attractions.

Pub Crawl There’s no shortage of drinking holes in downtown Bremerton with several notable highlights. Another Castle Arcade Edition is essentially an arcade out of the 70s, complete with dozens of pinball and videogame machines with an emphasis on the classics like Mortal Kombat, that also serves beer. Or is it a pub with arcade machines? You’ll have to be the judge. Lovecraft Brewing and Wobbly Hopps Brewery are also downtown and a stone’s throw from each other for microbrew aficionados. The South Pacific Sports Bar is a great place to catch the game. Most of the restaurants have a bar element as well, and we’ll get to that later in this article.


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The nearby Honor Bar, on the corner of Sheldon Blvd and McKenzie Ave, is easy to overlook, but you’d be doing yourself a disservice. This coffee house/bar hybrid is a local favorite complete with outdoor seating and warmly glowing light stringers.

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for a bite and a Manette walkabout. Der Blokken, a Euro-style microbrewery, is ance, ‘86 dsl eng. major refit. $39,500 just up 11th St., and their food is extra rich with a flight of beer. We loved their Mexican op, ‘74 9.9 Merc outboard. .......$ 6,500 POWER Chocolate Stout which had an in-your-face chocolate-chili flavor.

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The go-to lawn of Bremerton is the Evergreen Rotary Park, about a halfmile schlep north from the Bremerton Marina. Covered picnic areas, a boat launch, and playground make this place a natural family outing. Basketball and volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits, are present in force and offer something to do for those who like a friendly competition. The Farmer’s Market is in the park on Thursdays, 1600 hours to 1900 hours during May through October. A 9/11 Memorial sits reflectively in the southeast corner.

Evergreen Rotary Park ^

Green Space

^ Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton

Around Bremerton Gastronomy The revitalized Bremerton downtown has an eclectic grab bag of dining options. Establishments like the Kama’Aina Grill Bremerton (Hawaiian BBQ) and The Curry Indian Cuisine & Lounge stand within striking distance of the Toro Lounge (think Spanish tapas and wine) and the Mexican/Salvadorian El Balcon. Craving sushi? The Umami Kitchen has you covered. But it is the grill pubs, like the Bremerton Bar and Grill, that seem to be the mainstay, and beer and burger combinations are plentiful. We dropped in at Anthony’s at Sinclair Inlet-Bremerton that overlooks the Bremerton Marina and it really hit the spot. The spacious establishment, complete with a long bar, could probably host most of the tenants in the marina below all at once. The Wild Ponzu Salmon Bowl ($15.95) was extra tasty. We also made the jump across the bridge to Manette and gave the Boat Shed a run. It’s easy to see why this seafood restaurant and bar is considered one of the most popular in the area. The dinghy dock leads right up to the enormous patio, and the interior has an intimate, woodplank-feel to it that is downright charming. The Mediterranean Mussels ($13) were delicious, and one can’t go wrong with the many burger, seafood, steak, pasta, and cocktail options.

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Comms and Operating Hours:

The Bremerton Marina office is open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 0900 hours to 1700 hours. You can reach out to the port for questions at 360-373-1035, or moorage@portofbremerton.org. More information on rates and amenities is available at www.portofbremerton.org.

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ASK THE

EXPERTS

F E AT U R I N G

JAMES ENG OF DR. LED

“It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.”

—Eleanor Roosevelt

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JAMES ENG James Eng is the owner and founder of Dr. LED, a marine-specific LED lighting manufacturer. He earned his graduate degree from Caltech and has over 30 years of experience designing power electronics systems in the aerospace industry. Eng and most of his Dr. LED team members are boaters as well and love getting out on the water. He has many fond memories of winter sailing in Puget Sound aboard his Catalina sailboats.

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ou may have noticed the Christmas light displays popping up this time of year. We sure have, and, because we are Northwest Yachting, our thought processes shifted to lighting on our boats. Marine lighting is important after all, especially after the sun sets in Puget Sound where cargo ships and deadheads can be plentiful. Marine lighting is a surprisingly complex subject, and the industry is still rocked by the LED revolution that began in the early 2000s. Long story short, just about everyone who can convert from Edison’s incandescent bulbs to LEDs are doing so, and the list for resisting is becoming shorter by the day. LEDs can even mimic the warm-glow look of incandescent, and with far longer life spans and less power demands per lumen, LED is winning the war. In all likelihood, it has probably already won. But what makes a LED bulb better than the next? The market is flooded with cheap Chinese LED strips that are sold for pocket change. What do the maritime pros, like the Coast Guard or Navy, use? We scouted the Pacific Northwest for lighting gurus and found our expert for this edition of Ask the Experts. James Eng, owner and founder of Dr. LED, enlightens us to the world of marine lighting in late 2016.

Q: Tell us a little about yourself. Who are you and what is the story about Dr. LED? Well, I was in aerospace since the mid 80s in the area and I’ve been designing electronics for a long time. I did my graduate work in power electronics at CalTech. I’ve been a boater since I was very young and most of our team members are boaters, mostly sailboat people. About 15 years ago I recognized that LED was the way to go. The ratio of lumens (unit of light) per watt (unit of power) was increasing. The price was still expensive, but at the same time, it was dropping. We realized that soon it would replace the incandescent bulb Q: Yes, there seems to be quite a LED revolution since then in the marine world. Yes. We started designing LED bulbs for the marine market in early 2000. Our first product line was LED replacement bulbs for navigation lights. At that time, it was the infancy of LED lighting in the marine market, so people didn’t know much about how to design and manufacture LEDs. 2004ish was really the birth of Dr. LED (with navigation bulbs). Q: Let’s talk about the advantages that LED has over incandescent. What are they? A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a solid-state device that emits light when power is applied to it. It is rugged, lasts much longer, and is much more efficient than incandescent. LED bulbs will last much longer than incandescent provided they are properly designed and manufactured. For example, current regulation is a must in all

LEDs and heat needs to be properly dissipated. By the way, all our products are fully tested at the factory for several hours. Incandescent is about 10 lumens per watt. Also, incandescents, depending on the bulb, are rated from low 50 hours to 500 hours. With LED, they go to 10,000 hours easy if you design them to operate within their safe operating region. Q: What are some of the challenges related to making LED bulbs? How complicated can it be? In order to be in compliance with the U.S. Coast Guard and ABYC regulations for navigational lights, you have to meet a (chromaticity) spectrum and intensity requirements for what white or red or green is as specified. We have been the only one in the boating market offering a series of navigation LED bulbs that are in compliance with the US Coast Guard and ABYC regulations with certain navigation lights. One thing many people don’t realize is that you can’t put a white LED bulb behind a color lens. It is kind of anti-intuitive. With incandescent, you put a white bulb behind a colored lens and you get that color (eg. green lens = green light), but you need to use a much higher wattage. For example, for a two-nautical mile anchor light, you use a 10-watt incandescent bulb for white. But for a red or green lens, you need to use a 25watt bulb. This is because you are not using most of the spectrum (energy) from the incandescent bulb. Hence, incandescent bulbs are very energy inefficient.


Meanwhile, LED is the other way around. It is very efficient when in color, but white LED is actually mostly blue and yellow. This is a human-eye response thing. We perceive white LED light as white, but if you look at the spectrum, it’s mostly blue and yellow. So if you put a white LED behind a red or green lens, it doesn’t look right. You don’t have the intensity and the color doesn’t respond as you think it would. So we’ve been trying to educate boaters over last ten years that you need to keep this in mind. We design single color, bicolor, and tricolor LED bulbs for navigation lights and it is actually quite a challenge. We have several U.S. patents issued for us for our inventions. By the way, we were the first ones to come up with warm-white LEDs for interior lights. Q: For the marine market? Yes, in the marine market. About ten years ago, we came up with a series of warm white LED bulbs and fixtures for interior lights. The key was to make bulbs with the proper color temperature (whiteness measured in Kelvin). Most people like their “yellowish” (~2800 Kelvin) incandescent bulb for interior use. We came out with warn white LED bulbs at about 3,200 Kelvin. At the time, most were over 5,000 Kelvin which is rather bluish, cool white light. Since then, our warmest bulbs are getting warmer and warmer. Now they are below 3,000 Kelvin for a warmer glow. Q: I’ve heard that the Navy, Coast Guard, and Air Force use your products? Those are some convincing endorsements. We were the only one who put regulators inside the bulbs and fixtures when marine LED lighting was at its infancy. Most other brands of LED bulbs and fixtures had no regulation inside the fixtures or bulbs at that time. That was problematic, such LEDs would fail prematurely. For a 12-Volt system, the output voltage range varies from 11.5-Volt (discharged battery) to 14.5-Volt (battery being charged). Without regulation, LED bulbs would either be too dim at low voltage or burnt out at high voltage. So when we first came out with our LED light bulb, we were the only ones with built-in regulation. Now it’s getting even more sophisticated with things like temperature compensation etc. And the bulbs last a lot longer. The Navy was looking for LED fixtures for some of their vessels

and after testing many brands of LED lights they decided to specify our fixtures. The U.S. Air Force also uses some of our fixtures in their boats as well. Some of our LED fixtures have U.S. Federal Government National Stock Numbers, meaning they are standardized government material items. The USCG buys some LED bulbs for their navigation lights for their cutters as they do not want to change the incandescent bulbs while underway at sea. One of the reasons was that we were among the first in the marine market to use U.S.-made CREE LEDs (the component) for our bulbs and fixtures. They have the best LEDs in the world. Q: Are you still American-made? The CREE LED itself is American-made. I think the wafer is fabricated in North Carolina , but due to the cost and how things work these days, they have to be assembled offshore. We would like to have them assembled here in Seattle, but we can’t afford it. If we did that, the price would be cost prohibitive. In an ideal world, it would all be made in America. Now the marketplace is flooded with cheap LEDs. Yeah, you can get a strip of LEDs for very cheap. Yes, we are concentrated on producing high-quality products for boaters. We cannot compete [on price] with the rest of the LED world. The retail price is lower than our cost! Q: What is the big difference of LEDs on land vs. what you do on the water? We are very experienced in providing quality solutions to boaters. For example, the conformal coating on the circuitry takes factors like moisture in the environment into account. They are built to be water-resistant. We supply to the Air Force, Navy, and Coast Guard requirements, tailored to their needs. Q: If someone were to get Dr. LED products, they’d get the same kind of thing that the mariners of the Coast Guard and Navy use? Yes, they are the same products. For example, we just came up with a 120-Volt three-nautical-mile anchor bulb for navigation light. Again, that is used by the Coast Guard. Q: So not all LEDs are equal? In most cases in life, you get what you pay for. If you look at the compact fluorescent tubes that came out over 20 years ago, at that time they were like $40 a piece.

DR. LED Designed in the USA and built with American components, Dr. LED products are widely used by recreational boaters and commercial mariners as well as the Coast Guard, Navy, and Air Force. The company was the tip of the spear with regards to marine-specific LED lighting in the early 2000s and the brand is ubiquitous in the industry. Their products are sold at Fisheries Supply, West Marine, Paynes Marine, and more.

They lasted a long time. Now you can buy one for 50 cents, but it doesn’t last. It’s become a commodity and people just want low prices. It is kind of mind boggling, 50 cents for compact florescent tube. Each bulb won’t last and it is polluting the environment. The components put in there are treated as disposable. The same thing is happening to LED and many products. There are a lot of cheaper products on the market, but they won’t last. But they are cheap. But that’s not for the boating market. Boaters need high quality equipment, but also at an affordable price. It sounds like you can get away with getting a cheap bulb and just putting it in, but if you do it correctly, over time, it probably is well worth it.

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Yes. Ten years ago, we started to educate people about LED technology. LED is like your car. You can drive it at 150 mph and abuse the vehicle, but not for too long. At the infancy of LED, people were surprised if a given bulb didn’t make it to 10,000 hours. It’s like your car engine, it can make it to 200,000 miles easy if you operate it correctly. That’s why we put in the regulation and other features to make it last a long time. Q: Any last words to the people? Consult our guides and see what you can do. In many cases, you can just change the bulbs. More people are converting to LEDs and usually get what they pay for. We’re one of the first marine LED lighting companies and have been doing this for a long time.

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Fishing License Fee Increase By the way, there has been quite a bit of dialogue recently about the WDFW significantly increasing your sport fishing license fee during the upcoming legislative session. While the agency is struggling to keep pace with the costs and demands of maintaining its legislative mandated responsibilities, they have your wallets in sight for a large proposed fee increase. Sport fishing license fees currently produce more revenue for WDFW than any other activity, yet we anglers are hit whacked too often in terms of fishing opportunities. Organized sport fishing groups such as the Northwest Marine Trade Association, Fish Northwest, Coastal Conservation Association, Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association, and Puget Sound Anglers are actively involved in discussions with the Department on this proposed action. From the industry’s viewpoint, a license fee increase is not acceptable without meaningful changes in fishing opportunities. Stay tuned. As the full blown kickoff to winter blackmouth fishing in most areas is now underway and the holidays are fast approaching, I���m encouraging you to get outside and whack a few winter Chinook. After all, it’s my Christmas present to you, a little pinch of December’s melt-in-your mouth hatchery-produced Chinook salmon between your cheek and gum. “Hey, Derek Floyd! I’m ready and giddy-up!” See you on the water.

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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

YR PR PRICE

BROKER

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

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BROKER

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

23 Everglades

16 G

92,900       WaterLine

34

25 Surf Scoter

00 D

125,000     WestYachts

41

30 Almar

01 TD 199,900     NWYachtnet

49

24 Larson

07 G

43,700       NWYachtnet

49

25 Wellcraft 252

13 OB 89,900       NWYachtnet

49

30 Bayliner

99 TG 29,950       Bristol

84

57

24 Larson Cabrio

07 G

44,900       NWYachtnet

49

26 Bartender

11 G

49,950       Bristol

84

30 Bayliner

93 D

24,900       NWYachtnet

49

49

24 Osprey

01 D

43,500       WaterLine

34

26 Bayliner

89 G

16,900       LaConnerYS

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30 Bayliner

92 G

29,500       SeattleYachts

28

08 G

39,000       NWYachtnet

49

26 Carver

86 G

21,500       NWYachtnet

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30 Bayliner 3055

99 G

32,000       Port Gardener Yachts 84

18,000       Port Gardener Yachts 84

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18 Grady White

03 G

25,000       MarineServctr

37

24 Sea Ray

20 Chaparral

99 G

12,900       MarineServctr

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25 Cobalt Cuddy

99 G

24,900       NWYachtnet

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26 Chris Craft

62 G

30 Bertram

84 TG 30,000       ElliottBay

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25 Ranger Tug

12 D

115,000      Swiftsure

29

26 Glacier Bay

07 TG 112,350     AspenPowerCats

32

30 Cruisers

05 TG 69,900       Irwin

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25 Stimson

32 D

19,500       NWYachtnet

49

26 Glacier Bay

05 TG 104,000     AspenPowerCats

32

30 Fino

75 TG 199,000      CrowsNest

23

26 Grady White

99 OB 39,900       NWYachtnet

49

30 Hydroplane

11 D

399,900      ChuckHovey

25

26 Nordic Tug

83 D

59,000       Bristol

84

30 Pro Line

96 TG 30,000       LaConnerYS

85

26 Sea Ray

10 G

74,900       Irwin

9

30 Regal 3060

08 TG 87,500       NWYachtnet

49

26 Skipjack

00 D

75,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

30 Regal 3060 WE 09 TG 99,995       WaterLine

34

26 Tollycraft

73 D

25,000       ElliottBay

35

30 Seasport

04 TD 130,500      NHarborYS

83

26 Tollycraft

73 G

14,900       NHarborYS

83

31 Bayliner

10 TG 99,900       Irwin

27 Cobalt 272

06 G

49,000       Denison Yacht Sales 93

31 Camano 31

01 D

112,500     WaterLine

34

27 Glacier Bay

05 OB 82,500       AspenPowerCats

22 Chris Craft 22 Chris Craft

07 G 47 G

9

32

31 Camano Troll

03 D

119,500     NWYachtnet

49

11

31 Camano Troll

03 D

119,500     NWYachtnet

49

27 Ranger Tug

12 D

155,000     RangerTugs

13

31 Carver

94 TG 31,800       Irwin

9

27 Ranger Tug

11 D

129,900     Denison Yacht Sales 93

31 Four Winns

08 TG 89,995       Irwin

9

27 Sea Ray

95 G

18,750       LaConnerYS

85

31 Four Winns

06 TG 84,900       Irwin

28 Aspen Pwr Cat 10 D

175,000     AspenPowerCats

32

31 Four Winns 31 06 TG 99,000       WaterLine

34

28 Aspen Pwr Cat 09 D

47,500       AspenPowerCats

32

31 Helmsman 31

15 D

295,000     WaterLine

34

28 Bayliner

06 G

39,200       ElliottBay

35

31 Helmsman Traw 16 D

279,532     WaterLine

34

28 Bayliner

93 G

17,500       LaConnerYS

85

31 Ranger

13 D

239,000     ChuckHovey

25

28 Bayliner 285

05 G

47,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

31 Ranger Tug

16 D

257,500     Irwin

28 Bayliner 2855

99 G

24,900       NWYachtnet

49

31 Ranger Tug

15 D

269,000     Port Gardener Yachts 84

28 Carver

90 TG 22,500       NWYachtnet

49

31 Ranger Tug

14 D

289,000     Selene Yachts NW

15

28 Custom

00 G

149,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

31 Sea Ray 310

91 G

29,950       NWYachtnet

49

28 Cutwater

15 D

179,000     WestYachts

41

31 Tiara

15 TD 354,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

28 Cutwater 28

14 D

178,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

31 Tiara

14 TD 340,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

28 Downeast

42 D

9,950       LaConnerYS

85

32 Bayliner

96 TG 39,200       ElliottBay

35

28 EagleCraft

07 OB 118,900     EagleCraft

26

32 Bayliner

83 TG 29,900       NWYachtnet

49

28 EagleCraft

01 D

26

32 Bayliner 3218

88 G

42,000       MarineServctr

37

28 Formula

06 TG 55,000       Irwin

9

32 Bayliner 3288

91 G

49,900       MarineServctr

37

28 Four Winns

89 TG 24,950       Irwin

9

32 Bayliner MY

89 TD 39,900       NWYachtnet

28 North Sound

92 D

58,000       LaConnerYS

28 Regal

01 G

24,999       Alex Marine USA 2,3,46

28 Sea Ray

09 TG 89,900       Irwin

28 Sea Ray

07 G

74,000       Irwin

29 Aspen C90

13 D

221,000     AspenPowerCats

32

29 Aspen C90

13 D

210,000      AspenPowerCats

135,900     EagleCraft

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32 Beneteau ST30 17 D

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49

414,375     Denison Yacht Sales 93

32 Cabo

06 TD 235,000     Stan Miller Seattle

32 Carver

85 TG 27,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

9

32 Coastal Craft

02 D

185,000     MarineServctr

37

32 EagleCraft

07 D

215,900     EagleCraft

26

32

32 Grand Banks

78 D

59,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

29 Bayliner

80 TG 15,000       Port Gardener Yachts 84

32 Grand Banks

74 D

44,500       WaterLine

34

29 Beaver

16 TD 275,000     Emerald Pacific

7

32 Grand Banks

74 D

74,000       Bristol

84

29 Blackman

95 D

11

32 Grand Banks

74 D

54,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

29 Sea Fox 287

07 TG 57,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

32 Grand Banks

69 D

27,500       Stan Miller Seattle

11

29 Sea Ray

08 TG 79,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

32 Grandbanks

74 D

75,500       NHarborYS

83

29 Sea Ray

07 TG 79,900       Irwin

9

32 GrandBanks

70 SD 39,000       Hebert

29 Tiara

04 TG 85,000       Alex Marine USA 2,3,46

32 Nordic Tugs

05 D

210,000     Stan Miller Seattle

32 Nordic Tugs

99 D

139,500     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

32 Regal

01 TG 99,500       Hebert

32 Tiara

06 TD 185,000     ChuckHovey

32 Tiara 3200

05 TD 184,900     Irwin

32 Trawler

81 D

38,500       LaConnerYS

85

33 Bayliner

77 TG 19,900       LaConnerYS

85

33 Bayliner 3388

96 TG 59,000       NWYachtnet

49

33 Bertram

77 TG 91,000       CrowsNest

23

139,500     Stan Miller Seattle

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6 11 6 25 9

109,000    Port Gardener Yachts 84

33 Maxum

99 TG 41,990       WaterLine

33 Pro-Line

06 TD 99,990       Irwin

34 9

33 Sea Ray

08 TG 134,990    Irwin

9

33 Sea Ray

95 TG 45,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

33 Wellcraft

94 TD 49,900      LaConnerYS

34 CHB

83 D

57,000     Port Gardener Yachts 84

34 CHB

83 D

47,500      Bristol

84

34 Formula

07 G

175,000    Stan Miller Seattle

11

34 Glacier Bay

05 OB 150,000     MarineServctr

37

34 Hydra-Sports

03 OB 129,000     ChuckHovey

25

34 Mainship

02 D

34 Meridian

03 TD 129,500     LaConnerYS

85

34 MJM

04 D

11

85

99,000       Denison Yacht Sales 93 319,000     Stan Miller Seattle


SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

BROKER

PG

34 Munson

05 TD 195,000     ElliottBay

34 Pursuit

10 TG 239,000     ElliottBay

02 TG 132,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

40 Bayliner 4087

00 TD 99,900       NWYachtnet

49

68 TG 49,500       WaterLine

34

40 Beneteau GT40 17 TG 551,898     Denison Yacht Sales 93

34 Red Wing

08 D

34 Riviera

01 TD 149,900     Emerald Pacific

38 True North

07 D

299,000     ElliottBay

35

40 Carver

96 TD 115,900     NWYachtnet

39 Bayliner

99 TD 125,000     ElliottBay

35

40 Chris Craft

67 TG 47,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

34 Riviera 34 Riviera

9

39 Bayliner

96 TD 97,500       WestYachts

41

40 Fathom

15 D

90 TD 67,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

39 Bertram

05 TD 239,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

40 Kha Shing

82 TD 75,000       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

34 Sabre 34 Sea Ray

11

39 C&L Europa

80 TD 79,900       NWYachtnet

49

40 Nordhavn

05 D

409,000     AAAYachts

31

34

39 C&L Europa

80 TD 79,900       NWYachtnet

49

40 Nova

85 TD 89,500       NHarborYS

34 Sea Ray

00 TG 114,000     NWYachtnet

49

38 Carver

95 TG 87,900       ChuckHovey

83

25

39 Carver

93 TD 74,950       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

40 Ocean Alex

79 D

34 Sea Ray

99 TG 65,000       WaterLine

34

38 Chris Craft

85

67 TG 27,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

39 GB Eastbay

07 TD 439,000     Stan Miller Seattle

40 Ocean Alex 40 83 TD 119,000     Port Gardener Yachts 84

34 Sea Ray SD

87 TD 19,950       SeattleYachts

28

34 Silverton

06 TG 121,000     ChuckHovey

25

38 Chris Craft

65 TG 59,900       Stan Miller Seattle

11

39 Grand Banks

06 TD 399,000     Hampton Yachts

4

40 Ponderosa

87 TD 121,000     NHarborYS

83

38 Golden Star

86 TD 55,500       ElliottBay

35

39 Meridian

14 TD 425,000     Irwin

9

40 Ponderosa

87 TD 99,995       Bristol

34 Tollycraft

89 TG 74,900       LaConnerYS

84

85

38 Hatteras

90 TD 110,000     ChuckHovey

25

39 Meridian

13 TD 407,000     Irwin

9

40 Protector

05 TD 325,000     Hampton Yachts

34 Tollycraft

81 D

74,900       Denison Yacht Sales 93

38 Hatteras

70 TD 49,900       Stan Miller Seattle

11

39 Meridian

06 TD 319,000     AspenPowerCats

32

40 SeaRay Exp.

98 TD 159,000     WestYachts

41

34 Tollycraft 34 Tollycraft

75 TG 29,900       Port Gardener Yachts 84

38 Helmsman

12 D

379,000     Irwin

74 TG 29,900       NWYachtnet

49

38 Mariner

09 D

259,000     WaterLine

34 Tollycraft

72 G

37

38 Meridian

34 Tollycraft

70 TD 29,000       NHarborYS

83

38 Nordlund

34 TollyCraft SD

88 TG 77,000       NWYachtnet

49

35 Bayliner

95 TD 89,900       NHarborYS

83

35 Bounty

79 TD 99,500       Bristol

84

35 Cabo

00 TD 169,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

35 Cabo

94 TD 149,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

35 Cruisers

14 TG 245,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

35 Everglades

13 OB 299,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

35 Fibercraft PH

00 TD 149,000    WestYachts

41

35 Glacier Bay

07 TD 286,000     AspenPowerCats

32

35 Mainship

97 OB 105,000     LaConnerYS

85

35 Monk

50 G

29,900      NWYachtnet

49

35 Nexus

03 D

299,000     Swiftsure

29

35 TiaraOpen

00 TG 165,000     CrowsNest

23

35 Viking

78 TG 39,000       WaterLine

34

36 Albin

78 D

47,500     Port Gardener Yachts 84

36 Beneteau ST34 16 D

498,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

36 Carver

BROKER

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

35

37 Sea Ray Sund

12 G

35

38 Barry Farrill

74 D

29

38 Bayliner

7

38 Bayliner

01 TD 149,900     Emerald Pacific

7

38 Bayliner 3870

84 TD 39,950       Irwin

00 D

7

38 Bayliner 3888

07 TD 288,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

38 Blackfin

97 TD 147,500     Stan Miller Seattle

03 TG 99,950       Irwin

38 Boden Pwr Cat 08 D

145,000     Swiftsure

149,900     Emerald Pacific

14,900       MarineServctr

03 TG 99,950       Irwin

PG

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BROKER

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

269,000     MarineServctr

37

38 Regal

125,000     WaterLine

34

38 Trojan Sea Vo

86 TD 39,900       NHarborYS

83

83 TD 59,900       NWYachtnet

49

135,500     WaterLine

PG

11

New       NWYachtnet

68,900       LaConnerYS

49 49

4

39 Meridian 391

08 TD 184,900     NWYachtnet

49

40 Selene Archer

07 D

398,000     Selene Yachts NW

15

34

39 Navigator

04 TD 195,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

40 Selene Archer

06 D

349,000     Selene Yachts NW

15

03 TD 179,500     ChuckHovey

25

39 Sea Ray

04 TG 179,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

40 Tiara

98 TD 199,000     ChuckHovey

25

66 D

34

40 LRC Trawler

83 D

40 Tiara

97 TD 217,000     NWYachtnet

49

45,000       WaterLine

9

BROKER

249,000     NWYachtnet

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36 G Banks Class 90 TD 159,500     NWexplorations 39, 94 36 Grand Banks

90 D

139,900     Stan Miller Seattle

11

36 Grand Banks

74 D

99,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

36 Lobster

91 SD 155,000     Hebert

6

36 Martinack

28 TD 31,700       Irwin

9

36 Norstar

03 TD 297,500     Irwin

36 Norstar 360

04 D

36 Regal 3560

05 TG 119,500     Port Gardener Yachts 84

36 Riviera

03 D

36 Riviera

02 TD 259,900     Denison Yacht Sales 93

36 Riviera

95 TD 129,500     Emerald Pacific

36 Riviera

93 TD 119,500     Emerald Pacific

36 Sabre

99 TD 199,000     NWYachtnet

36 Sea Ray

04 TG 119,900     Irwin

36 Sea Ray

87 TG 49,999       NWYachtnet

49

36 Sea Ray

87 OB 49,999       NWYachtnet

49

36 Selene

05 D

349,000     Ocean Trawler Yts

55

36 Stephens

59 G

39,717       Stan Miller Seattle

11

36 Tiara

16 TD 560,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

36 Tiara

07 TD 295,000     ChuckHovey

25

36 Tiara

05 TD 254,500     ChuckHovey

25

36 Tiara

86 TD 75,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

36 Univ Trawler

86 D

50,000       MarineServctr

37

36 Universal

79 D

52,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

36 WB Belt

80 D

14,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

36 Willard

69 D

135,000     WaterLine

34

36 Willard

63 D

88,950       NWYachtnet

49

37 Back Cove

11 D

459,000     Ocean Trawler Yts

55

37 Bayliner 3788

98 TD 92,500       WaterLine

34

37 Bertram

91 TD 149,900     WestYachts

41

37 Carver

94 TD 90,500       NHarborYS

83

37 Carver

93 TG 59,500       Irwin

37 Cobalt 373

09 TG 275,000     Signature

19

37 Cold Water

09 TD 299,000     ChuckHovey

25

37 Cruisers

03 TG 129,900     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

37 Fountaine Cat

05 TD 239,500     NWYachtnet

49

37 Fountaine Paj

16 TD 497,000     Signature

19

37 Marinette

81 TD 59,000       Port Gardener Yachts 84

37 Nordic Tugs

02 D

299,900     NWYachtnet

49

37 North Sea Tri

79 D

64,500       WaterLine

34

37 President

87 D

74,900       SeattleYachts

28

37 President

87 D

72,500       WaterLine

34

325,000     Selene Yachts NW 199,000     Emerald Pacific

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SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

40 Tiara 4000

97 TG 154,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

BROKER

PG

41 Mikelson

04 D

41 Camano 41

06 D

34

41 Sea Ray 410

01 TG 139,500     Denison Yacht Sales 93

41 Chris Craft

87 TG 69,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

42 Aquanaut 1250 04 D

41 Cruisers Yach

14 TD 519,500     Emerald Pacific

41 Eagle

14 D

41 Grand Banks

322,500     WaterLine

PG 25

249,000     NWYachtnet

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

42 Devlin Sockey

00 D

BROKER

420,000     MarineServctr

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

BROKER

PG

37

45 Bayliner 45PH 86 TD 134,900     NWYachtnet

49

42 G Banks Class 03 TD 359,000     NWexplorations 39, 94

45 Bayliner 45PH 86 TD 79,900       NWYachtnet

49

49

42 G Banks Class 88 TD 205,000     NWexplorations 39, 94

45 CHB

85 TD 125,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

42 Arden/Histar

87 TD 119,900     SeattleYachts

28

42 G Banks Eurpa 91 TD 239,900     NWexplorations 39, 94

45 Coastal Craft

07 OB 599,000     AAAYachts

31

42 Californian

77 TD 74,000       WaterLine

34

42 G Banks MY

83 TD 179,000     NWexplorations 39, 94

45 GB Eastbay

09 TD 695,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

10 TD 619,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

42 CHB

84 TD 135,000     NHarborYS

83

42 Grand Banks

03 TD 349,000     Stan Miller Seattle

45 Hans Christia

88 D

31

41 Maxum

00 TD 139,000     NWYachtnet

49

42 CHB

81 TD 79,000       NWYachtnet

49

42 Grand Banks

95 TD 229,000     Irwin

41 Meridian 411

06 TD 319,990     Irwin

9

42 Davis

81 D

85

42 Grand Banks

94 TD 269,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

46 Angel

88 TD 190,000     NHarborYS

83

42 Grand Banks

94 TD 265,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

46 Bertram

70 TD 104,995     NHarborYS

83

42 Grand Banks

87 TD Call       WestYachts

41

46 Grand Banks

96 TD 399,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

42 Grand Banks

77 TD 119,000     Irwin

9

46 Nielson Trwlr

81 D

299,000     WestYachts

41

42 Grand Banks

76 TD 89,900       Stan Miller Seattle

11

46 Nordhavn

01 D

459,000     AAAYachts

31

42 Grand Banks

70 TD 84,900       NWYachtnet

49

46 Nordhavn

99 D

395,000     AAAYachts

31

42 Hi-Star 42

87 TD 120,000     WaterLine

34

46 Sea Ranger

87 TD 164,000     NHarborYS

83

42 Krogen

88 D

83

46 Sea Ray

87 TD 79,000       ChuckHovey

25

42 Lien Hwa

86 TG 94,900       WaterLine

34

46 Spindrift

87 TD 135,000     ChuckHovey

25

42 Nordic Tug

00 D

83

46 Sunseeker

05 TD 299,750     Irwin

42 Ocean Alexand 97 TD 289,800     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

47 Bayliner

00 TD 205,000     Irwin

42 Ocean Alexand 90 TD 149,000     NWYachtnet

49

47 Bayliner

94 TD 249,500     CrowsNest

23

42 Ocean Alexand 86 TD 119,900     NWYachtnet

49

47 Bayliner 4788

96 TD 159,900     NWYachtnet

49

42 Ocean Alexand 86 TD 109,900     NWYachtnet

49

47 Bayliner 4788

95 TD 179,900     Premiere Yachts 16, 17

Call       SeattleYachts

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BROKER

265,000     ChuckHovey

28

74,500       LaConnerYS

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340,000     NHarborYS

42 Sea Ray 420

04 TD 289,950     Irwin

42 SeaRay

90 TD 89,500       ElliottBay

45 Monk/CHB Traw 85 TG 115,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

9 9

9

47 DeFever 47

60 D

47 GB Eastbay

05 TD 789,000     Stan Miller Seattle

595,000     Selene Yachts NW

15

47 Grand Banks

09 TD 895,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

42 Uniflite

78 TD 89,000       Stan Miller Seattle

11

47 Grand Banks

06 TD 599,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

43 Bayliner

93 TD 90,000       NWYachtnet

49

47 Jefferson

90 TD 169,900     NHarborYS

83

43 Bayliner

90 TD 77,500       Irwin

47 Journey Cat

14 TD 889,000     Ocean Trawler Yts

55

43 Fathom

11 D

9

109,000     WaterLine

34 11

419,000     NWYachtnet

49

47 Lien Hwa

87 TD 179,500     ElliottBay

35

43 Helmsman Traw 16 D

495,010     WaterLine

34

47 Selene

07 D

639,000     AAAYachts

31

43 Nordhavn

06 D

575,000     AAAYachts

31

47 Selene

06 D

529,500     NWexplorations 39, 94

43 Riviera

97 TD 250,000     WestYachts

41

47 Selene

06 D

629,000     Ocean Trawler Yts

43 Silverton

08 TD 299,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

47 Selene

05 TD 599,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

43 Wellcraft

91 TD 115,000     CrowsNest

55

23

47 Selene

03 D

595,000     Ocean Trawler Yts

55

44 Beneteau ST44 17 TG 685,490     Denison Yacht Sales 93

47 Selene

03 D

519,000     Selene Yachts NW

15

44 DeFever

83 TD 139,900     WestYachts

41

47 Selene

00 D

447,000     Selene Yachts NW

15

44 Gulfstar MY

78 TD 95,000       WestYachts

41

48 Cabo

05 TD 755,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

44 Marine Trader

80 TD 114,500     Port Gardener Yachts 84

48 Californian

89 TD 179,000     Emerald Pacific

44 Ocean Alexand 93 TD 145,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

48 Californian

87 TD 165,000     ChuckHovey

25

44 Ocean Alexand 89 TD 159,000     ChuckHovey

25

48 Chris Craft

87 TD 99,900       ElliottBay

35

44 Ocean Alexand 82 TD 79,900       NWYachtnet

49

48 DeFever

82 TD 239,000     NWYachtnet

49

44 Puget

78 D

59,900       NWYachtnet

49

48 Hatteras

77 TD 179,900     NWexplorations 39, 94

44 Riva

05 TD 585,000     ChuckHovey

25

48 Kadey-Krogen

06 D

695,000     Ocean Trawler Yts

44 Sea Ray

07 TD 249,950     Irwin

9

48 Krogen

97 D

489,000     Emerald Pacific

44 Trojan 440

96 TD 129,950     Irwin

9

48 Maritimo

07 TD 749,000     Hampton Yachts

45 Bayliner

89 TD 120,000     NHarborYS

83

48 McKinna

99 TD 299,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

45 Bayliner

86 TD 199,000     Hebert

48 Monk

70 D

45 Bayliner

86 TD 112,000     ChuckHovey

48 Navigator

09 TD 569,000      NWYachtnet

45 Bayliner 4588

90 TD 89,000       Port Gardener Yachts 84

48 Navigator CA

08 TD 309,950      Irwin

48 Ocean Yachts

90 TD 195,000      Stan Miller Seattle 11

48 Offshore

93 TD 349,900      Stan Miller Seattle 11

48 Offshore

91 D

48 Offshore

88 TD 249,000      Stan Miller Seattle 11

48 Riviera

00 TG 375,000      Hampton Yachts

4

48 Riviera

98 TD 299,999      Emerald Pacific

7

48 Riviera

98 D

7

48 Sabre

14 TD 1.149M       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

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9

359,000     AAAYachts

35

42 Selene Europa 15 D

■■ VacuFlush®

235,000     NHarborYS

11

6 25

7

55 7 4

45,000       Denison Yacht Sales 93

324,000      Hampton Yachts

299,999      Emerald Pacific

49 9

4

48 San Juan

10 TD 1.861M       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

48 Tollycraft

91 OB 224,850       Irwin

48 Tollycraft

79 TD 219,900       Premiere Yachts 16, 17

48 Tollycraft

76 TD 89,900       ChuckHovey

25

48 TriStar LRC

80 D

35

48 Viking SportC

97 TD 219,000       Stan Miller Seattle 11

199,000       ElliottBay

9

49 DeFever

81 TD 165,000       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

49 Hyundai

88 TD 149,500       ChuckHovey

49 Meridian

08 D

49 Meridian PH

05 TD 295,000       WestYachts

41

50 Arcturos

05 TD 1.595M       CrowsNest

23

50 Astoria

36 TD 97,000       Irwin

9

50 GrandBanks

74 SD 235,000       Hebert

6

50 McKinna 481

05 TD 399,000      Premiere Yachts 16, 17

50 Mikelson

97 TD 350,000      ChuckHovey

50 Mikelson

96 TD 289,500      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

385,000       Emerald Pacific

25 7

25

American Made / Veteran Owned

50 Oc Alex Sedan 89 TD 209,000      Premiere Yachts 16, 17

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50 Ocean Alexand 06 TD 495,000      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46 50 Riva

82 TD 115,000      ChuckHovey

50 Riviera

13 TD 929,000      Emerald Pacific

50 Selene

05 D

25 7

695,000      Selene Yachts NW 15


SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

50 Selene Europa 16 D

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

1.195M       Selene Yachts NW 15

BROKER

59 Selene

07 D

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

31

62 LittleHoquiam

93 D

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

7

62 Tollycraft

93 D

60 CapeFoulweath 77 TD 125,000     ChuckHovey

25

62 Monk McQueen 74 TD 199,700     NWYachtnet

49

63 Bertram

73 TD 279,000     Emerald Pacific

60 Compass

01 TD 449,000     AAAYachts

31

62 Ocean Alexand 12 TD 1.395M     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

63 SeaRay

92 TD 349,000     CrowsNest

62 Selene

64 Azimut

12 TD 1.895M     Irwin

50 Stephens

29 TD 199,000       ChuckHovey

50 Sunseeker

07 TD 749,900       Emerald Pacific

50 Tiara

15 TD 1.299M       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

60 Hatteras

82 TD 187,500     ChuckHovey

25

50 Viking SportC

99 TD 237,500      Stan Miller Seattle 11

60 Hatteras

79 TD 265,000     WestYachts

41

50 Willard

97 D

60 Hoquiam

94 TD 949,000     Hebert

51 Navigator

08 TD 499,000      Irwin

60 OA

86 TD 449,000     Hampton Yachts

51 Sea Ray

14 TD 975,000      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

60 Ocean Alexand 10 D

51 Symbol

86 TD 169,950      Irwin

9

60 Ocean Alexand 10 TD 1.025M     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

52 Chris Craft

53 TD 129,950      Irwin

9

60 Riviera

16 TD 1.995M     Emerald Pacific

52 Grand Banks

98 TD 659,000      Stan Miller Seattle 11

60 Vega

80 TD 398,000     ChuckHovey

25

52 Hatteras

87 TD 249,000      Stan Miller Seattle 11

60 Vic Franck/Ga

65 TD 145,000     NWYachtnet

49

52 Hatteras

84 TD 195,000      NHarborYS

83

61 Navigator

02 TD 895,000     CrowsNest

23

52 Nordlund Pilo

70 D

34

61 Ocean Alexand 98 TD 639,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

28,000       MarineServctr

99,500       WaterLine

25

BROKER

1.195M     AAAYachts

7

37 9

06 D

BROKER

PG

549,000     Emerald Pacific

1.495M     Selene Yachts NW

15

BROKER

540,000     Emerald Pacific

PG 7 7 23 9

6 4

1.249M     AAAYachts

31 7

52 Ocean Alexand 90 TD 365,000      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

61 Offshore

91 TD 465,000     Hampton Yachts

4

52 Sea Ray

06 TD 499,000      Emerald Pacific

7

62 Blanchard

58 TD 349,000     Hebert

6

52 Seahorse

09 D

519,000      Ocean Trawler Yts 55

62 Hampton

15 TD 2.175M     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

52 Sunseeker

08 TD 765,000      Hampton Yachts

52 Viking

07 TD 995,000      Stan Miller Seattle 11

53 Carver

98 TD 329,000      CrowsNest

23

53 DeFever

86 TD 295,000      ChuckHovey

25

53 Eagle

14 TD Call       SeattleYachts

28

53 GB Aleutian

12 TD 1.695M       Stan Miller Seattle 11

53 GB Aleutian

11 TD 1.449M       Stan Miller Seattle 11

53 Navigator

04 TD 379,000       Emerald Pacific

7

53 Navigator

00 TD 279,950       Irwin

9

53 Navigator

98 TD 295,000       Hampton Yachts

4

53 Riviera

14 TD 1.495M       Emerald Pacific

7

53 Selene

07 D

54 Apreamare

05 TD 599,000      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

54 Defever

71 TG 125,000      Denison Yacht Sales 93

54 Delta

87 TD 199,000       Emerald Pacific

54 Hatteras

04 TD 885,000       Stan Miller Seattle 11

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1981 32’ Island Gypsy Classic pocket trawler, American diesel power $54,900

1977 37’ Tollycraft sedan, Super clean inside and out, Cat diesel power, a Puget Sound Classic $84,900

1984 43’ Ocean Alexander Three staterooms, two heads  $78,000

54 Mediterranean 05 TD 369,000       Stan Miller Seattle 11 54 OA

96 TD 540,000       Hampton Yachts

4

54 Ocean Alexand 12 TD 1.125M       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46 54 Ocean Alexand 10 TD 949,000      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46 54 Ocean Alexand 07 TD 549,000      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46 54 Ocean Alexand 97 D

525,000     Emerald Pacific

7

54 Ocean Alexand 96 D

499,000     Emerald Pacific

7

54 Ocean Alexand 96 TD 659,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93 54 Ocean Alexand 88 TD 250,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93 54 Ocean Alexand 96 TD 769,000     CrowsNest

23

54 Ocean Alexand 92 TD 399,000     CrowsNest

23

54 Ocean Alexand 10 TD 949,000     ChuckHovey

25

54 Offshore

99 TD 685,000     ElliottBay

35

54 Pama

04 D

449,000     Emerald Pacific

54 Selene

13 D

1.195M      Selene Yachts NW

54 West Bay SonS 09 TD 895,000     Emerald Pacific

7 15 7

55 Fleming

05 TD 1.158M      ChuckHovey

55 Hampton

06 TD 595,000     Emerald Pacific

7

55 Hampton

03 TD 475,000     Emerald Pacific

7

55 JonesGdell

90 TD 825,000     Hebert

6

55 Navigator

12 TD 675,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

55 Port McNeill

73 TD 79,000       Port Gardener Yachts 84

55 Santa Barbara

73 TD 85,000       ChuckHovey

25

55 Symbol

94 TD 309,000     NWYachtnet

25

49

56 Custom RDMY 26 D

119,000     LaConnerYS

85

56 Jenkins

13 D

584,000     ChuckHovey

25

56 Navigator

01 TD 359,000     Irwin

56 Nordhavn

09 D

56 Norseman

07 TD 499,000     ChuckHovey

57 Bayliner

97 TD 349,900     Emerald Pacific

57 Eagle

14 TD Call       SeattleYachts

57 Tolly

92 TD 749,000     Hebert

57 Tollycraft

90 TD 329,000     Emerald Pacific

58 Angel

84 TD 299,000     ChuckHovey

25

58 Azimut

02 TD 599,000     ChuckHovey

25

58 Hampton 580

08 TD 1.195M     Premiere Yachts 16, 17

58 Hatteras

91 TD 299,000     Stan Miller Seattle

58 Meridian

06 TD 549,000     Emerald Pacific

58 Navigator

99 D

1.199M      AAAYachts

399,000     NWYachtnet

58 Ocean Alexand 06 TD 925,000     Irwin

9 31 25 7 28

1984 32’ Bayliner Very clean, turn-key $28,000

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Lots of storage

Alaska Veteran

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

1985 43’ Marine Trader Volvo diesel 2006 48’ Novatec Market priced, power, excellent liveaboard. $74,500 professionally maintained. $299,500

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7

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1981 Bayliner 3270 Very clean, chine 2001 Bayliner 3988 Low hours, clean, 1991 4200/47’ Corsair Alaska veteran, super roomy and warm $129,900 mods, newer tanks and engines… $34,500 ready to cruise $138,000

9

07 TD 899,800     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

58 Riviera SY

12 D

58 Spindrift

86 TD 199,500     ChuckHovey

25

59 Selene

08 D

35

1.375M     ElliottBay

New fuel tanks

LISTINGS WANTED

6

58 Regency

1.495M     Emerald Pacific

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SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

64 Northern

98 TD 2.595M     Hebert

BROKER

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

90 Stephens

77 TD 995,000      Emerald Pacific

64 Ocean Alexand 08 TD 1.295M     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

92 Allseas

10 TD 7.500M       WestYachts

41

64 Ocean Alexand 03 TD 995,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

92 McQueen

84 TD 750,000      CrowsNest

23

64 West Bay

05 TD 1.195M     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

92 Selene

16 TD 6.950M       Hampton Yachts

65 Cape Horn

99 D

649,000     ChuckHovey

25

97 Transworld

03 TD 1.980M       Hampton Yachts

65 Donzi

03 TD 1.495M     ChuckHovey

25

100 Steel Tug

44 D

65 Feadship MY

67 TD 229,000   Port Gardener Yachts 84

105 Azimut 105

86 TD 1.690M       Denison Yacht Sales 93

65 Fountain

00 TD 495,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

115 Crescent

94 TD 5.995M       ChuckHovey

65 Hatteras

97 TD 399,000     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

116 Transworld

14 TD 6.995M       Hampton Yachts

65 Hatteras

96 TD 595,000     ChuckHovey

120 Nordhavn

14 TD 13.995M     Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

65 Hatteras

88 TD 349,500       Irwin

125 Boeing of Can

30 D

65 Pac Mariner

98 TD 699,000       Premiere Yachts 16, 17

138 Livingston

44 TD 1.950M       Bristol

84

65 Stephens

70 TD 189,000       ChuckHovey

25

65 Viking

01 TD 1.895M       CrowsNest

23

66 Symbol

01 TD 899,800      Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

SAIL

67 Knight & Carv

86 TD 495,000      ElliottBay

35

10 Trinka

07 N

3,300       Stan Miller Seattle

11

68 VikingSC

01 TD 1.195M       CrowsNest

23

20 Laser SB3

08 N

24,500       MarineServctr

37

70 Johnson

05 D

22 Beneteau Firs

16 OB 35,900       Signature

19

70 North Star

88 TD 699,000       NWYachtnet

49

25 Beneteau Firs

15 D

79,900       Signature

19

70 Viking

06 TD 1.535M       ChuckHovey

25

25 Ericson

79 D

9,995       Bristol

84

71 AdmiralMarin

96 TD 1.199M       CrowsNest

23

25 Harbor

09 D

49,500       Signature

19

72 CheoyLee

04 TD 1.850M       CrowsNest

23

26 Seaward

16 D

99,900       Signature

19

72 Grand Banks

97 TD 850,000      Irwin

11,000       NWYachtnet

49

995,000       Emerald Pacific

72 Monk McQueen 77 TD 599,000      AAAYachts

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7

27 Catalina 27

79 OB 8,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

27 Catalina 275

14 D

Call       SeattleYachts

28

27 hunter

06 D

42,900       Signature

19

14 D

17,800       Denison Yacht Sales 93

73 Classic MY

22 D

34

28 Freedom

87 D

26,000       SeattleYachts

73 CustomSteel

85 TD 1.800M       Hebert

6

28 San Juan

79 D

11,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

73 Horizon

09 TD 1.895M       Emerald Pacific

7

29 Gulf PH Sloop

85 D

29,500       NWYachtnet

49

73 Horizon

05 TD 1.795M       Emerald Pacific

7

30 Admiralty

06 N

35,000       Swiftsure

29

73 Horizon

05 TD 1.795M       Emerald Pacific

7

30 Catalina

80 D

19,800       MarineServctr

37

74 Horizon

11 TD 2.495M       Emerald Pacific

7

30 CatalinaMKIII

03 D

539,000     SeattleYachts

28

75 Kha Shing

89 D

7

30 Fisher PH

75 D

83,700       NWYachtnet

49

75 Titan

08 TD 2.575M       Stan Miller Seattle 11

30 Hunter

79 D

23,450       NWYachtnet

49

30 S2

78 D

15,900       Port Gardener Yachts 84

75 Viking

07 TD 1.895M       Hampton Yachts

4

31 Beneteau OC

16 D

In Stock     Signature

19

76 HudsnAlum

72 TD 675,000      Hebert

6

31 Catalina 315

14 D

Call       SeattleYachts

28

76 Monte Fino

97 TD 849,000      ChuckHovey

25

31 Mystery 31

84 D

29,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

76 Stephens

73 TD 410,000      Stan Miller Seattle 11

31 Pac SeaCraft

81 D

59,000       NWYachtnet

49

78 Classic Tug

90 D

34

32 Kettenburg

37 N

39,900       Stan Miller Seattle

11

78 Nordlund

91 TD 995,000      ChuckHovey

25

33 Hans Christin

85 D

89,500       NWYachtnet

49

33 HansChristian

85 D

99,950       WestYachts

41

33 J/100

05 D

74,000       Swiftsure

29

33 Legendary Yac 00 D

180,000     WaterLine

34

33 Nauticat

84 D

65,000       MarineServctr

37

33 Nicholson

76 D

27,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

34 Beneteau 343

06 D

89,900       Signature

19

34 Beneteau 352

08 D

89,900       Signature

19

34 C&C

80 D

23,900       Port Gardener Yachts 84

599,000      Emerald Pacific

184,000      WaterLine

41 9

28

80 Cheoy Lee

08 TD 2.350M       Irwin

80 Cheoy Lee

06 TD 1.695M       ChuckHovey

80 Horizon

15 TD 4.450M       Emerald Pacific

7

84 Horizon

15 TD 5.525M       Emerald Pacific

7

84 VikingSC

03 TD 2.295M       CrowsNest

85 Burger

65 TD 319,000      Hampton Yachts

34 C&C 34

78 D

29,500       MarineServctr

37

86 Cheoy Lee

98 TD 995,000      ChuckHovey

25

34 CAL

76 D

29,000       WestYachts

41

86 Queenship

00 TD 1.995M       AAAYachts

31

34 CAL

76 D

29,500       Bristol

84

88 Horizon

14 TD 6.995M       Emerald Pacific

34 CAL Jensen

75 D

14,900       WestYachts

41

34 Catalina

91 D

49,999       SeattleYachts

28

34 Catalina

90 D

48,900       Denison Yacht Sales 93

34 Catalina

90 D

48,900       Denison Yacht Sales 93

34 Catalina

87 D

48,500       MarineServctr

37

34 Irwin Citat

82 D

27,900       NWYachtnet

49

34 Jeanneau 34.2 00 D

86,000       MarineServctr

37

34 Jeanneau 349

16 D

159,489     MarineServctr

37

34 Sabre 34 MK1 79 D

35,900       MarineServctr

37

34 Tartan T34C

39,900       NWYachtnet

49

34 Taylor Rhodes 54 D

29,500       ElliottBay

35

35 Bavaria

85,000       Signature

19

90 Sovereign

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28 Cutwater

25

23 4

7 4

1.250M       Stan Miller Seattle 11

90 Ocean Alexand 12 TD 4.975M       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

$49,950

25

25

90 Custom Expedi 67 D

$59,900 138’ 1944 Livingston $1,950,000 26’2011 Bartender

4 34

00 TD 1.245M       ChuckHovey

88 Jones Goodell 84 TD 1.695M       Hampton Yachts

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

4

72 Viking

78 Stephens CMY 70 TD 250,000       WestYachts

26’ 1983 Nordic Tug

1.295M       Emerald Pacific

7

02 TD 899,950      Irwin

78 Ocean Alexand 12 TD 3.595M       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

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

179,000      WaterLine

PG

72 Viking

150,000       WaterLine

9

27 Cascade Sloop 80 D

BROKER

01 TD 1.800M       Alex Marine USA 2, 3, 46

138’ 1944 Livingston $1,950,000 138' .......... $1,950,000 55’ 1944 1974 Livingston Columbia Custom $59,900 64'44’ 2005 Lucander ................ $120,000 138’ 1944 Livingston ......$1,950,000 1987 Lafitte $129,000 55'42’ 1974 Columbia Custom .... $99,950 64’ 2005 Lucander .............$120,000 2005 Catalina (1/8th Share) $23,750 48’ 1975 Maple Leaf CC ........ $99,500 55’ 1974 Columbia Custom .$89,950 41’ 1973 Tartan S&S $49,000 42’48’ 2005 Catalina $25,000 1975 Maple(1/8th Leaf Share) CC........$99,500 1983 Ocean Alexander SOLD 41'40’ 1973 Tartan S&S(1/8th ............. $49,000 42’ 2005 Catalina Share) $25,000 40’ 1987 Ponderosa $99,950 40'41’ 1983 Ocean Alexander .... $79,950 1973 Tartan S&S ...........$49,000 1987Pilothouse Corbin $82,500 40’39’ 1946 40’ 1983 Ocean Motorsailer$12,000 Alexander ..$69,950 1994 Bounty 40’35’ 1987 Ponderosa ................ $99,950 40’ 1946 Pilothouse Motorsailer$99,000 $12,000 1970 LePonderosa Comte REDUCED 36’35’ 1967 Grand Banks ............ $49,900 40’ 1987 ...............$99,950 36'34’ 1980 Universal Trawler .... $49,950 1983 CHB $47,500 36’ 1967 Grand Banks............$49,900 35’34’ 1994 Bounty ..................... 1976 CalUniversal $29,500 36’ 1980 Trawler$99,000 $49,950 31’ 1991 Tartan ......................... SOLD 35’ 1994 Bounty .....................$99,000 34’ 1969 Sedan Trawler $31,000 30’30’ 1999 Bayliner .................... $29,950 1999Grand Bayliner 32’ 1974 Banks...................$29,950 Fbg $74,000 27'26’ 1977 C&C ......................... SOLD 2011 Custom Bartender ...$49,950 30’ 1999 Bayliner $29,950 26’26’ 2011 Custom Bartender .... $69,000 1983 Nordic Tug w/Trailer $68,500 2011 Custom Bartender $49,950 26'26’ 1983 Nordic Tug w/Trailer $68,500 23’1983 1997Nordic Tiderunner ...............$12,500 Tug................ w/Trailer $59,000 23’26’1997 Tiderunner $12,500

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78 D 99 D

35 Beneteau 35.2 07 D

117,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

35 Beneteau 351

95 D

59,900       Signature

19

35 Beneteau Firs

11 D

169,900     Signature

19

35 Beneteau OC

16 D

In Stock     Signature

19

35 Catalina

04 D

112,500     NHarborYS

83

35 Catalina 355

16 D

New       SeattleYachts

28

35 Catalina 355

14 D

Call       SeattleYachts

28

35 Hinterhoeller

81 D

58,500       MarineServctr

37

35 Island Packet

01 D

157,500     MarineServctr

37

35 J-Boats J-35

84 D

28,900       WaterLine

34

35 Le Comte

70 D

44,000       Bristol

84

35 O'Day

86 D

45,000       WestYachts

41

35 Wauquiez

85 D

86,500       NWYachtnet

49

35 Wauquiez

82 D

79,900       Ocean Trawler Yts

55

36 C&C 34 Plus

91 D

89,900       WestYachts

41

36 Cape George

77 D

67,000       MarineServctr

37

36 Cascade 36

80 D

25,000       MarineServctr

37


SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

36 Catalina

89 D

48,500       WestYachts

BROKER

PG 41

42 Roberts PH

94 D

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

119,000      Swiftsure

36 Catalina

84 D

37,500       NWYachtnet

49

36 Ericson

77 D

39,900       NHarborYS

83

29

45 Jeanneau 45DS 10 D

294,500      MarineServctr

37

48 J145

03 D

339,000      Swiftsure

29

42 Spencer Sloop 66 D

34,900       NWYachtnet

49

45 Jeanneau SO45 06 D

240,000      MarineServctr

37

48 Oceanis

16 D

In Stock      Signature

19

42 Valiant 42

187,000      MarineServctr

37

45 Lagoon

12 D

499,000      MarineServctr

37

48 Schooner

86 D

99,500       ElliottBay

36 Islander Free

78 D

44,900       Port Gardener Yachts 84

35

43 HallbergRassy 05 D

385,000      Swiftsure

29

45 Nauticat 40+5

85 D

235,000      MarineServctr

37

48 Tayana DS

12 D

529,500      SeattleYachts

36 IslanderSloop

72 D

28,000       WestYachts

28

41

43 Hans Christia

79 D

114,900      MarineServctr

37

45 Passport

04 D

375,000      Swiftsure

29

49 Jeanneau 49P

07 D

349,500      MarineServctr

36 Morgan

75 D

19,900       SeattleYachts

37

28

43 J130

98 D

178,900      MarineServctr

37

46 Amazon CC

92 D

175,000      Swiftsure

29

49 Outremer

10 D

615,000      Swiftsure

36 Solaris Sunri

29

93 TD 99,500       WaterLine

34

43 Jeanneau 43DS 03 D

198,500      MarineServctr

37

46 Beneteau

09 D

299,000      Ocean Trawler Yts 55

50 Dubbel

89 D

269,000     Swiftsure

29

36 Union Cutter

81 D

49,500       WaterLine

34

43 Jeanneau 43DS 01 D

194,500      MarineServctr

37

46 Cal

72 D

129,000      Port Gardener Yachts 84

50 Flying Dutchm 78 D

99,500       MarineServctr

37

36 Union Cutter

81 D

63,900       NWYachtnet

49

43 Jeanneau DS

06 D

190,000      Swiftsure

29

46 Cal 2-46

74 D

97,500       WaterLine

34

50 Lavranos

90 D

194,500     Swiftsure

29

36 Union Cutter

79 D

79,900       WestYachts

41

43 Mason

84 D

132,500      SeattleYachts

28

46 Garcia Passoa

93 D

298,000      Swiftsure

29

50 Valiant

02 D

529,500     NWYachtnet

49

37 Alden

26 D

99,900       Denison Yacht Sales 93

43 Perry

77 D

219,500      Swiftsure

29

46 Garcia Passoa

93 D

298,000      Swiftsure

29

51 Alden Skye

80 D

198,500     MarineServctr

37

37 Alden Schoonr 26 D

99,900       Denison Yacht Sales 93

43 Schucker 430

79 D

62,500       WaterLine

34

46 Hallberg Rass

00 D

348,000      Swiftsure

29

51 Ben SeabornRS 56 D

79,900       Signature

19

37 Beneteau

06 D

125,000     Signature

19

44 Beneteau

6 D

195,000      Swiftsure

29

46 J Boat

00 D

348,000      ElliottBay

35

52 Tayana

90 D

279,500     SeattleYachts

28

37 Beneteau 375

85 D

59,500       MarineServctr

37

44 Bruce Roberts 93 D

49,500       MarineServctr

37

46 Jeanneau 45.2 00 D

189,000      MarineServctr

37

53 Hallberg Rass

03 D

499,000     Swiftsure

29

37 Cooper

82 D

69,000       ChuckHovey

25

44 Bruce Roberts 81 D

69,000       WaterLine

34

46 Nordic Pilot

92 D

199,000      Signature

19

54 Jeanneau 54

16 D

638,789     MarineServctr

37

37 Cooper PH

82 D

84,500       MarineServctr

37

44 Catalina 445

14 D

Call       SeattleYachts

28

46 Perry

89 D

140,000      Swiftsure

29

54 Roberts

82 D

223,500     ElliottBay

35

37 Crealock

81 D

99,500       NWYachtnet

49

44 GulfstarSloop

81 D

119,000      WestYachts

41

46 Swan

84 D

249,000      Swiftsure

29

54 Sparkman Step 75 D

195,000     ElliottBay

35

37 Hunter Legend 89 D

49,900       NWYachtnet

49

44 Jeanneau 44DS 17 D

339,483      MarineServctr

37

46 Tayana PH

13 D

574,021      SeattleYachts

28

55 ChristensenPH 02 D

299,000     MarineServctr

37

37 Jeanneau SO37 02 D

109,500     MarineServctr

37

44 LaFitte

87 D

129,000      Bristol

84

47 Beneteau

05 D

210,000      ElliottBay

35

55 Columbia

74 D

59,950       Bristol

84

37 Tartan 3700

07 D

229,500     MarineServctr

37

44 McGuire

88 D

165,000      Denison Yacht Sales 93

47 Beneteau 473

06 D

229,000      MarineServctr

37

56 Herreshoff

56 D

215,000     WaterLine

34

38 Alajuela

77 D

55,000       WaterLine

34

44 Morris

94 OB 459,000      Swiftsure

29

47 Beneteau 473

05 D

219,900      Signature

19

57 Skookum

82 TD 299,000     WaterLine

34

38 Baltic DP

85 D

119,500     NWYachtnet

49

44 Nordic

83 D

139,000      Swiftsure

29

47 Custom PH

04 D

450,000      SeattleYachts

28

60 Colvin 60 Sch

86 D

69,000       WaterLine

34

38 Beneteau 38S5 91 D

57,500       MarineServctr

37

44 Norseman

86 D

169,500      ChuckHovey

25

47 Gulfstar MS

81 D

139,900      NWYachtnet

49

60 Deerfoot

80 D

259,000     Stan Miller Seattle

11

38 Beneteau OC

16 D

New       Signature

19

45 Beneteau O

17 D

In Stock      Signature

19

47 Southerly 145

78 D

199,000      MarineServctr

37

60 Farr 60PH

97 D

625,000     Swiftsure

29

38 C&C

06 D

149,500     Swiftsure

29

45 Hardin

81 D

146,500      NWYachtnet

49

47 Valiant

84 D

239,000      Swiftsure

29

60 Shannon

14 D

1.195M      Swiftsure

29

38 C&L Marine

83 D

64,500       WestYachts

41

45 Hunter 450

98 D

154,500      MarineServctr

37

47 Vegabond K

81 D

127,900      SeattleYachts

28

64 Roberts PH 64 88 D

298,000     MarineServctr

37

38 Catalina

99 D

112,500     Port Gardener Yachts 84

45 Hunter 45CC

6 D

214,000      Signature

19

48 Amel Maramu

84 D

138,900      WaterLine

34

68 Nelson Marek

84 D

245,000     ElliottBay

35

38 Catalina 385

12 D

Call       SeattleYachts

28

45 Jeanneau 45.2

0 D

189,000      Denison Yacht Sales 93

48 C&C

73 D

248,000      Swiftsure

29

73 Manuel Campos 41 D

475,000     Swiftsure

29

38 Coronet

79 D

59,500       MarineServctr

37

38 Downeaster

77 D

47,000       Signature

19

38 Hodgdon Bros. 78 D

89,500       Denison Yacht Sales 93

38 Ingrid

76 D

39,500       WaterLine

34

38 Marina Berth

95 N

28,000       WaterLine

34

38 Moody CC

01 D

139,900     Signature

19

38 Nauticat

85 D

139,000     MarineServctr

37

38 Nauticat

85 D

149,900     NHarborYS

83

38 Nauticat

84 D

134,500     MarineServctr

37

38 Sabre 386

07 D

235,000     Denison Yacht Sales 93

38 Shannon Ketch 81 D

96,000       NWYachtnet

49

38 TaShing Panda 86 D

148,900     NWYachtnet

49

39 Corbin

82,500       Bristol

84

39 HallbergRassy 00 D

244,000     Swiftsure

29

39 Jeannea 39i

08 D

178,900     MarineServctr

37

39 Jeanneau 39i

07 D

164,900     MarineServctr

37

39 Nauticat PH

96 D

198,500     MarineServctr

37

39 Shearwater

90 D

198,000     Swiftsure

29

39 X-119

90 D

76,500       Port Gardener Yachts 84

40 Abaco

15 D

829,500     ChuckHovey

25

40 Beneteau OC

11 D

189,900     Signature

19

40 Beneteau OC

11 D

174,500     Signature

19

40 Caliber

96 D

179,500     Swiftsure

29

40 Catalina

05 D

179,000     ElliottBay

35

40 CS Yacht

88 D

79,500       MarineServctr

37

40 Hinckley

70 D

139,500     ElliottBay

35

40 Jonmeri

86 D

129,000     Swiftsure

29

40 Kalik

80 D

55,000       ElliottBay

35

40 Lagoon 400

10 D

87 D

398,500     MarineServctr

37

40 Norseman 400 87 D

149,500     Swiftsure

29

40 Passport

82 D

135,000     Swiftsure

29

40 S&S Loki Yawl 53 D

59,000       ElliottBay

35

40 TaShing Panda 85 D

149,000     WestYachts

41

41 Alden

99 D

194,500     NWYachtnet

49

41 Cheoy Lee

78 D

44,900       MarineServctr

37

41 Cheoy Lee

77 D

89,500       WaterLine

34

41 CT PH Ketch

76 D

39,900       NWYachtnet

49

41 Hanse 411

04 D

120,000     Swiftsure

29

41 Hunter

05 D

159,000     WaterLine

34

41 Passport 41C

90 D

159,900     ElliottBay

35

41 Rhodes Bounty 59 D

250,000     WaterLine

34

41 Sceptre

89 D

185,000     Swiftsure

29

41 Tartan

73 D

49,000       Bristol

84

42 Beneteau

83 D

79,950       MarineServctr

37

42 Cascade

79 D

49,500       SeattleYachts

28

42 Catalina

05 D

23,750       Bristol

84

42 ColvinGaselle

10 N

29,900       WestYachts

41

42 Endeavour

88 D

60,000       NWYachtnet

49

42 Garden Porpoi 71 D

69,500       WaterLine

34

42 Hallberg Rass

86 D

225,000     Swiftsure

29

42 HallbergRassy 83 D

174,000     Swiftsure

29

42 Hunter 420CC

140,000     Signature

19

42 Jeanneau 42DS 07 D

199,500     MarineServctr

37

42 Jeanneau 42DS 06 D

194,000     MarineServctr

37

42 Nauticat PH

04 D

419,000     MarineServctr

37

42 Person

80 D

85,000       NHarborYS

83

01 D

93 D

BROKER

PG

SZ TYPE

YR PR PRICE

BROKER

360-466-3300

BROKER

PG

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(800) 232-8879

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56’ WINSLOW RDMY 1926, 1980 GM 6-71, updated wiring & electronics, built in Lake Washington, classically beautiful, asking $119,000

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

42’ DAVIS TRAWLER 1981, Twin 120hp Lehmans, 14’ beam, Westerbeke gen, AP, 36-mi radar, 2nd owners, FRP decks, asking $74,500

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35’ MAINSHIP TRAWLER 1997. Twin Volvo TMD41P, 7.5kt cruise, 14 tops, radar, GPS,AP, inverter, gen,Avon w/OB, cool layout, asking $105,000

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

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34’ MERIDIAN 2003, T/250hp Cummins, bow & stern thrusters, GPS, AP, Radar, dual stations, beautiful in & out $129,500

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40’ OCEAN ALEXANDER 1979, S/120 Lehman, 1.5 gph, 13’8” beam, Radar, AP, 2000W inverter, great condition, asking $68,900

33’ WELLCRAFT 1994, T/3116 Cat diesels, 180 0W inverter, Yanmar generator, Radar, GPS, super cool, asking $49,900

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32’ Bayliner MY ’90, T/135 Hino’s, updated risers, HT, Espar furnace, Radar, GPS, 5Kw gen, 11’ inflatable, super clean, $45,000

32’ Sedan Trawler ‘81 2005 85hp diesel engine, 12’ beam, AP, GPS, radar, 2000W inverter, dark green hull, asking $38,500

30’ BAYLINER 2000, T/5.0L Mercs, Bravo II’s, 11’ beam, GPS, radar, heat pump/AC, full canvas, windlass, sparkles, asking $39,900

29’ SEA RAY AMBERJACK 2006,T/5.7L V-drives, 680 hrs, 5kW gen, windlass, RayMarine E80 Radar, thruster, a beauty, asking $56,900

28’ BAYLINER 2855 2003, 5.7L w/ DP, 9’10” beam, dinghy, OB, color Radar/GPS, mint condition, great maintenance records, asking $36,950

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

WE NEED 27’ SEA RAY SUNDANCER 1995, 26’ TOLLYCRAFT 1979, factory 140hp 7.4L w/BR 11, 8’6” beam, GPS TMD40A Volvo diesel inboard, MORE plotter, full canvas, terrific condi- GPS, 2016 charger, 12VDC windLISTINGS! tion, high quality, asking $16,900 lass, super clean, asking $16,500 611 Dunlap Street • La Conner, WA 98257

28’ NORTHSOUND 1992, aluminum boat, Volvo 155hp diesel engine, 2016 electronics package, telescoping tower, trailer, asking $58,000

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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

PANDA 40 PILOTHOUSE $140,000 Continually Upgraded Vacuflush Head, Volvo Penta D2-75F, SS Fuel & Al Water Tanks AGM Batteries and more. For Details go to www.panda40ph.com Contact mherrmann@shaw.ca (250) 325-4342 S385-5

TAYANA 1977 Beautiful 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. S380-MZ

1977 DOWNEASTER 45 CUTTER - $78,000 (LA CONNER, WA) Great Liveaboard. Fiberglass, 3 staterooms, 2 heads, showers. Generator, furna ce,refrigeration,radar,anchor windlass. Perkins 4-236 85 hp. Proven offshore.Great Liveaboard. Fiberglass, 3 staterooms, 2 heads, showers. Generator, furnace,refrigeration,radar,anchor windlass. Perkins 4-236 85 hp. Proven offshore. Contact Robert Wright www.wrightyachtsales.com, Rob@WrightYachtSales.com, Tel: 206.356.8698 S382-3

ANNAPOLIS 44 “CORMORANT” EXTENSIVE REFIT, ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!!! $65,000 OBO. P1963, Annapolis 44 Sloop Luders Designed, Fiberglass Construction Built to US Navy Standards by Uniflite in Bellingham WA. Extensively Modernized and Sail ready. Recent improvements include: Seldon Mast Furling Main, Spar, Boom, Vang and all Standing Rigging. TopSides All Grip, Stars and Stripes Blue, Fresh Bottom Paint, New Zincs Complete B&G Network Instruments package, Radar State of Art VHF with AIS and Plotter. B&G Hydraulic Autopilot Six foot Headroom throughout. Forward Private Stateroom sleeps two six foot adults. Main Cabin sleeps two Adults. Hot Water heater, Electric Head with Treatment System. Broker: Sandy Bakken, Sea Marine, Port Townsend, 503-475-0619. S381-2

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, North-West Cruiser. $25,000. 206-491-8100 S374-12

1939 ALDEN SCHOONER “DIRIGO II” One of a kind, stunning 72’ Alden gaff rigged tops’l schooner. In excellent condition, beatiful, solid and fast. Offered alone or with charter company. Serious inquiries. (360)2984007 - artlohrey@gmail.com S384-3

POWER

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-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 8425239 P598-12

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1984 SUNDOWNER 30 TUG Excellent, well equipped, full electronics, webasto, refrigerator-freezer, huge storage, everything works perfectly, engine runs well, new oil change, filters, belts. clean & neat. Bellingham. $59,500.00. 360-720-4480 P409-2

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. $32,000. 206-949-0491. P588-5

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

1981 37’ TOLLYCRAFT 3208 Caterpillar Diesels, 8kw Generator, 2000 Inverter, Synchronizer, Radar, Glendenning trolling device, Hardtop, Full Canvas, Freezer/Refrigerator in cockpit, Reverse cycle A/C Heater, Raritan waste system, Immaculate Condition, Extensive Manuals and Documentation. $74,900 Contact: Dick 925 858 0698 P623-3 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 P560-3

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

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SOLD 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”. P605-1

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 @360-538-1622 for details. $95,000.00. P607-1

1996 MAXUM 3900 SCR Twin Cummins Engines 950 hours. Cruise 27 knots, Diesel Generator, Inverter new, Batteries new. New Bronze Props and shaft seals. Survey available. $125,000. Consider any trade. 206-954-4003 P610-2

1988 TIARA SEDAN 1988 Tiara in very nice shape. Low hours on lightly used Crusader 454-350 engines. Westerbeke 8.5 gen. Two staterooms. Boathouse kept. Newer electronics and canvas. $71000.00 604-649-7248 P613-2

50’ OCEAN ALEXANDER - MARK I – 1980, $195,000. Liveaboard moorage available with purchase. Powered by twin 270 hp Cummins. 8 knots @ 1800 RPM Cruise. 13.4 knots @ 2800 RPM WOT. 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

1950 58’ ED MONK SR. TWIN DIESEL CRUISER. 671 DETROITS / 715 HRS / 440 HP MAX / 30 TONS / CEDAR ON OAK / MONEL NAILS / MINT / CLASSIC / GORGEOUS 15 KNOTS MAX / OXNARD CA $221,000 zenchi@sbcglobal.net 805 206 4394 BUYERS ONLY P615-2

NEAOLA 30’ 1929 FRANCK&MC CREARY Estate Liquidation $5000/OBO A real classic in largely original configuration including wood stove and brass galley water pump. 4 berths below, head forward. 24hp Westerbeke (inop/ pan leak). Boathouse kept (available-see Ad), bottom neglected. Call for details/Showing. Sold AS IS WHERE IS. Asking$5000-offers. Steve 253-549-2010, s.p.foxhunt@juno.com P611-2

EAGLE 40 PILOTHOUSE TRAWLER. Eagle 40 built in 2000-single Perkins diesel, pilothouse trawler style-A great southeast Alaska cruiser located in Wrangell, Alaska. -$225,000- 907-874-3665 or 907-470-3665-email: haig@aptalaska.net P616-3

34’ MAINSHIP 1978 First one built, Hull #000001, well maintained, 165hp Perkins diesel, bow thruster, standard Horizon chart plotter/fish finder, stainless ports, newer batteries and battery tender. Tacoma $35,000 Call Ralph 253-312-2363 P612-3

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 503-7084291 P597-12


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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

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

50’ OCEAN ALEXANDER, MARK 1, 1979, $247,500 BY OWNER “SHIBUI” (simple, yet refined) is upgraded for cruising SEAlaska. 11 weeks perfect cruise there 2015, ready for same 2017. 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 verticalexhaust. Galley with large, deep Corian sink, Force 10 stainless propane stove, Seafreeze fridge, 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, custom dodgers and mast, airhorn and searchlight. More technical details on www.quartermasteryacht.com. smordre@ centurytel.net 206-617-8744 P570-4

41’ LUHRS SPORTSFISHER, 14’ BEAM. Never been in saltwater. Twin 440 Chrysler engines. Chart plotters. Spacious cabin, sleeps 6, well-maintained, smooth-running boat. $37,500.00 CONTACT: 541-620-2657. P571-4

2014 RANGER TUG R31. 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. 250-5943774. $280,000.00 P591-12

52’ MATTHEWS 1963 Large master suite, sleeps 6 plus 2 in sleeper couch, 2 heads both with shower. Vac-u-flush heads. Rewired. Great storage and living space. Open aft entertainment area. 12’Boston Whaler. Under cover Lake Union. $89,000. More photos islandblues@ymail.com. P618-3

32’ NORDIC TUG 1994 This is the nicest, most well equipped Mid-90’s Nordic Tug you are likely to find anywhere. For more information, go to www.32NordicTug.com Email info@32NordicTug. com or call 253-271-8461. P625-5

1998 PACIFIC TRAWLER 37 This PH trawler is designed and equipped for safe comfortable trouble freeextended cruising. 130 HP Lugger 422 hrs. many upgrades including 7 HP bow thruster; Lofrans Tigres windless 330’ chain; Raymarine C120 chart plotter 48 mi radar GPS & depth; Comnav Autopilot; Balmar 150 amp alt. 612 Smart Regulator; 880 AH AGM house batteries; Outback 2000W inverter/ charger; 400W solar panels & Midnite Classic 150 controller; Hurricane hydronic diesel hot water heating; VacuFlush head; Priced to sell at $165K USD firm See www.pacifictrawler37.shawwebspace.ca for more details and photos 780-819-2780 email jbclover.jbc@gmail.com P629-5

1983 OA MK1 50+5 EXTENDED ***PRICE REDUCED*** SPECTACULAR, WELL EQUIPPED PH Trawler. If you are seeking FLEMING Quality and Feel, here it is at a FRACTION of the price! Cummins power, bow thruster, watermaker, excellent electronics, 13’ BW tender with traps/puller, & more. Full mooring canvas. $329,500 offers. Call Steve 253-677-8950, stevennwyachtnet@gmail.com P626-5 NORDHAVN 40 2002 US BUILT Engine hours: Main 2153, Wing 70, Generator 1214. Very clean, well maintained and fully loaded. Ready to cruise the world. Located Sidney BC. $415,000. Dave 250-213-5775. P630-12

1989 TROJAN INTERNATIONAL BERTRAM SPORTFISH/CONVERTIBLE. 2 staterooms, 2 - 671 Detroit Diesels, 485 HP each 1600 hours, 8kw Onan generator, Vacuflush toilet; full shower, Radar, flowscans, satellite TVs, 2Ac UNITS, Ice maker, furnace, inverter, Well maintained, very good condition. Great family boat. Asking $125,000 (Cdn) OBO. Must sell due to health. Richard 1-604-275-9046 letsgo4@telus.net P627-5

SOLD DUFFY ELECTRIC CLASSIC 18’ A quiet and comfortable cruise at 4 mph for 10 hours or 6.2 mph for 5 hours. Completely refurbished 1999, new trailer. Twenty photos and details on Craigslist, Seattle. P628-5

2011 36’ SEAHORSE MARINE COOT $240,000 Strength, Economy, Comfort. Cormorant was specifically designed for Northwest cruising. Her steel hull and protected running gear provide an elevated level of safety. 200+ gallons of water, 400+ gallons of fuel, and an efficient John Deere 4045DFM70 give her autonomy not seen on vessels of her size. (1500+nm range) All of this combined with a queen berth, washer/dryer, separate shower stall, walk around decks, autopilot, satellite compass, and bow thruster. Will consider trade for select blue water sailboats or Aluminum fishing vessels. www.weblab.com/cormorant (206)696-0234 P632-5

36’ LINDELL 2000 Custom Lindell, twin 410 Lugger 6108, low hours. 40 ft. overall with swimstep extension and bow pulpit. Heavily built and smooth running. 182K/MY Trade? 206-795-6522 P608-1 182,000.00 714-271-2628 P463-10

RANGER 21 RANGER 21 2000 Ranger 21. Comes with 2 down riggers, VHF, DS, GPS map, 3 cyl. Yanmar with 200 hrs. Saltwater trailer with disk brakes. Very good condition. $30,000 Can. Contact jdsurgenor44@gmail.com P636-12

2008 SELENE 53 2008 Selene 53, long range pilothouse cruiser. Stabilizers, wing engine, redundant navigation systems. Boathouse kept since new. Fabulous condition. Visit www.calibreyachts.com for listing details and video then call Neil 250 716 2022. P633-5

1952 CHRIS CRAFT HOLIDAY CLASSIC SPEEDBOAT Completely restored / Reciepts total $35,000 / 12V Conversion / All New 2015 / Meticulous maintenance/ Sun and rain covers/ Mint / Flawless / Oxnard/CA Sacrifice.$23,995 Buyers Only 805-206-4394 P614-2 DECEMBER 2016 // NORTHWEST YACHTING 89


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BOATHOUSE IN TACOMA Tacoma Yacht Club basin. 37’x14’ outside, well 10’9”x 32’6”, curtain height 18’, flotation tubs, 2 dockside doors, easy access side and end, clear roof panels, extra light. 4’x11’ loft with drop ladder, 30 & 15-amp power, water. BH57-12 SOLD

YACHT DELIVERY POWERBOAT AND MOTORSAILOR DELIVERIES. CA/OR/WA/BC, Maine-Alaska, Panama, Tahiti, China. Electronic Chartplotting. EXPERT: picking weather, bar crossings (2000+), beach route, wintertime, North Pacific. USCG Master. 45 years experience. Mike Maurice +1-503-310-7590, 624-5895 http://www.yachtsdelivered.com YD6-10

1989 BAYLINER 3888 MOTORYACHT Exceptionally clean flybridge MY. Cruise ready. Twin 175 Hino diesels, 8kw generator. Spacious interior,new curtains/upholstery. Radar, MFD,Auto Pilot. 2 private staterooms, 2 heads-tub/shower stall. Galley w/electric stove, refrigerator, new microwave. Custom aluminum hardtop over cockpit. Seawise davit. Survey done April 2015.5 $59,000 US. Contact: benvar2@gmail.com / 250-213-1282 P624-4 64’ X 18’ BOAT HOUSE 64’ x 18’ Day Island Yacht Harbor Boat House Skylights, Workbench, Storage loft $25,000 ph 206-930-7531 BH50-4

YACHT DELIVERY. USCG master 40 years. Flawless record delivering West Coast, California to Alaska, Pacific NW and Columbia River. Also charter and party skipper. Gary Herald: yachtmaster@netscape.com; www.yachtcapt.com or (425) 330-9852. YD3-MZ

EMPLOYMENT YACHT SALES ASSOCIATE Yacht Brokerage Sales Associate in high profile Lake Union Office. Must have proven track record. Call Dave at:206-6604729 or dave@hebertyachts.com. E32-12

1932 76’ JOHN WAYNE’S YACHT ~NORWESTER~ $179,000 History abounds on John Wayne’s first yacht the ~NorWester~ Major 2016 refit, ready to go! Being offered as business or just yacht. Email swiftsuremarine2@gmail.com for info. P634-5

YACHT BROKER/SALESPERSON WANTED Seeking a Yacht Broker/Salesperson to join our Anacortes team. We offer high-end brokerage boats in both power and sail with a focus on trawlers. We are also the exclusive Northwest dealer for new Nordic Tugs. Send resume to rick@nordicyachtsnw.com. E33-12 YACHTMASTERS N.W. is looking for an experienced marine equipment installation technician at our North Lake Union Facility. Please E-Mail your resume including references to Info@ymnw. com. E9-MZ

33FT CHRIS CRAFT FLYBRIDGE 33ft Chris Craft Flybridge, 1979. Fiberglass, twin GMC350 engines. Kohler 6.5kw genset. New drive shafts, props, bearings, bottom paint & zincs. New; macerator, hot-water tank, radios & upholstery. Windows refit. $24,990. Port Angeles. Tom at 360-420-4960.P635-5

60 FT COVERED AND ENCLOSED BOATHOUSE Protect your yacht from the elements. Length: 60’ 11” Width: Front Area – 19’ 3” Rear Area – 16’ 8” Height: Front Area - 16’ 8” Rear Area – 19’ 3” Aluminum Siding/Aluminum Roof, 2 workbenches 5 outlet boxes Fluorescent Lighting, Skylights 206-284-0200 BH52-1

DINGHIES

POSITIONS FOR MARINE TECHNICIANS ROCHE HARBOR PHILBROOKS USA Experience with Diesel, Gas, Outboards and Sterndrives. Yamaha, Suzuki, Caterpillar & Cummins experience an asset. Yacht systems troubleshooting, installations and repairs. Boat handling experience required Full time, year round employment. Seasonal Overtime. Top pay based on experience and benefits. Join an experienced, first class team in the NW’s premiere Marine Resort! Contact: Rick Herse • info@rocheharbormarine.com or Phone: 360 378 6510 Fax: 360 378 6515 E29-MZ

TENDER ROW OR SAIL One of a kind! 10.5 ft. tender or standalone dinghy. Teak trim with bronze fittings. Stayless mast, rudder and dagger board. Oars. Trailer. $2,500 o.b.o. (206) 235-6029 D4-1

18’ PERFORMANCE ROWING WHERRY Cold-molded sliding seat wherry in excellent condition. Includes carbon Dreher sculls, fitted cover, aluminum trailer and a beach dolly. $4200.00 OBO. Located in Port Townsend. Call Craig at 760-835-4204 to view and trial row. D5-11 90 NORTHWEST YACHTING // DECEMBER 2016

DUTCH AUCTION- 39’ 2006 TACOMA YC BOATHOUSE NOW $20,000, CALL FOR CURRENT PRICE Pro-built, 39’x14’7”, well 31’x9’8”expandable, loft, 30Amp shorepower, well lighted. Excellent Condition. Membership available, excellent reciprocals. Steve 253-677-8950, s.p.foxhunt@juno.com BH56-12

YACHT SALESPERSON/BROKER WANTED Seeking a Yacht Salesperson/Broker to join our Seattle team. We offer high-end brokerage boats and an expanding line of both new power and sail boats. Please send a resume to: jeff@jk3yachts.com E32-10

MOOR AGE ELLIOTT BAY MARINA. Washington’s leading marina has slips available for month to month moorage. Slip sizes 32’,36’,40’46’ & 52’. All slips provide full service electric, water, dock boxes and free cable TV. Absolutely beautiful setting on Elliott Bay with first class restaurants. Step up to the best. Call 206-285-4817 or visit us at elliottbaymarina.net today. M104-MZ DELIN DOCKS MARINA – Tacoma’s Finest! Slips available from 36’ – 50’. Full Service marina equipped with water, 30 and 50 amp electric, pump outs and free cable slip side. Clean bathrooms and shower facilities. Community room with kitchen and coin-op laundry. Parking provided and 24/7 controlled access. Five Star Envirostar marina in protected waterway in the heart of downtown Tacoma. Call us at 253.572.2524 for more information. M177-MZ SEMIAHMOO MARINA--WINTER MOORAGE SPECIAL - SIGN A 3 MONTH MINIMUM LEASE BY 12/31/16 AND RECEIVE 30 % OFF YOUR MONTHLY RENT UNTIL MARCH 31ST, 2017. OPEN TO NEW TENANTS ONLY.--Gateway to the San Juan and Gulf Islands. Relocate your boat now to the Marina of Choice in the Pacific Northwest. A gated facility offering yearly, monthly and daily moorage at below competitive rates. Moorage up to 78’. We offer low priced fuel with additional member discounts, Chandlery providing groceries, marine supplies, café/coffee shop and gift store, free Wi-Fi and pumpout service. Enjoy waking up to Mt Baker in your back yard, watching our resident eagles soar above and strolling the paths along the beach. Visit us atwww.semiahmoomarina.com or call us at 360-371-0440 M190-12

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DECEMBER 2016 AAA Yacht Finders.....................................31

Marine Servicecenter................................37

Alexander Marine USA....................... 2, 3, 46

Miller & Miller Boatyard............................ 80

Aspen Power Catamarans..........................32

Modutech Marine......................................79

BananaBelt Boats.....................................33

Nordic Yachts NW......................................21

Bill DeVoe, Attorney at Law........................24

North Harbor Yacht Brokers....................... 83

Boat Insurance Agency............................. 20

NW Explorations................................. 39, 95

Bristol Yachts...........................................84

NW Yachtnet.............................................49

Bullfrog Boats.......................................... 40

Ocean Trawler Yachts................................55

Calibre Yachts Inc.....................................78

Orange Coast Yachts.................................43

Cap Sante Yachts..................................... 80

Pacific Marine Foundation..........................75

Carter Volkswagen....................................14

Philbrook’s Boatyard................................ 20

Certified Professional Yacht Brokers...........84

Philbrook’s Roche Harbor...........................32

Chuck Hovey Yachts..................................25

Port Gardner Yacht Brokerage....................84

Crow’s Nest..............................................23

Port Townsend Shipwrights........................78

CSR Marine...............................................22

Premier Marine.........................................93

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Premiere Yachts................................... 16, 17

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Ranger Tugs.............................................13

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Dunato’s Boatyard....................................26

Red Shield Insurance................................24

Duke’s Chowder House..............................36

Rich Haynie Insurance...............................81

Eaglecraft................................................26

S3 Maritime..............................................79

Elliott Bay Yacht Sales..............................35

Sea-R.O. Inc............................................. 77

Emerald Pacific Yachts................................7

Seattle Yachts..........................................28

Fisheries Supply........................................59

Seaview Boatyard.................................... 40

Fraser Yachts WW...................................... 5

Selene Yachts NW.....................................15

Hampton Yacht Group................................. 4

Signature Yachts.......................................19

Hebert Yachts............................................ 6

Snug Harbor Resort...................................22

Holmes Marine Specialties........................82

Stan Miller Yachts..................................... 11

Hybelos Marina........................................ 40

Sterling Associates...................................14

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Swiftsure Yachts.......................................29

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Kruger & Sons Propeller............................42

Waterline Boats........................................34

La Conner Yacht Sales.............................. 85

West Yachts..............................................41

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1988 - T-135 hp Lehmans

1983 – T-120 Lehmans

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$205,000

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42’ Grand Banks Europa

47’ Selene Pilothouse

1979 – T-120 Lehmans

2006 - S-330 Cummins

Pristine, well-maintained original boat. Boathouse kept & available. Full cockpit enclosure. Jones Act exemption.

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48’ Hatteras

1991 – T-210 Cummins

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