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B O AT I N G

RESOLUTIONS

2020

A new decade is upon us, and boaters are thinking about New Year’s resolutions to make the most out of 2020. BY NORRI S COME R

Boaters and marine industry professionals of all stripes in the Pacific Northwest have boating-related ambitions both large and small, from finally pulling the trigger on a long-anticipated Alaskaand-back motor cruise to buying prawn pots to shrimp for the first time. Hotshot sailors hunger for a podium win in high-profile races—perhaps for the Vic-Maui scheduled this summer—while others just

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want to keep participating in the Duck Dodge tradition. Marinas anxiously await new dock installations, while growing brokerages plan office expansions. The eager plan to buy their first paddleboard and the curious want to give it a try. Noble goals, all! And what are goals, if not dreams realized? It’s in the spirit of a new decade full of dreams come true that we reached out to local boaters and marine

industry professionals to hear their sea salty resolutions for 2020. While diverse in our focuses and scopes, the commonality of these hopes touches a core emotional chord. In our own ways, we’re all navigating the same waters and chasing the same horizon. The water beckons us with its special kind of intangible spiritual gravity, a radio beacon at a frequency to which you and I are especially attuned. In the coming

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Northwest Yachting December 2019  

Bringing you the best of Boating Lifestyle - This month's issue features our annual Chartering Guide, a look at the spectacular catamarans o...

Northwest Yachting December 2019  

Bringing you the best of Boating Lifestyle - This month's issue features our annual Chartering Guide, a look at the spectacular catamarans o...