THE YACHTING LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE - OCTOBER 2023
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ON THE COVER
A bird’s eye view of the pounding surf as it rolls towards the beach in Seaside, Oregon; for more details on cruising the Oregon state coastline, expl-ore the feature found on pages 50-57.
THE OREGON TRAIL
By Kate Calamusa
From Astoria to Cannon Beach and all ports in between: It’s time to set out on an aquatic exploration of the spectacular Oregon coastline. Southern, ho!
By Kate Calamusa
Level up your layers for fall cruising season with warm, winsome, water-wicking apparel and accessories from our favorite outﬁtters.
14 At the Helm
16 Maritime Missives
20 Anchors Aweigh
23 Making Waves:
News + Nautical Note
32 The Current 34 Goods + Gear
36 Pearl's Picks
40 Broker's Best
64 Expert Take
66 Racing Sheet
68 Sea Fare
72 Port of Call
74 Bon Voyage
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50 SET A HEADING FOR THE CHARMING PORT TOWN OF ASTORIA, OREGON, THIS FALL.
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After a truly spectacular summer cruising season, October marks a month of transition as the days grow shorter and the weather turns crisp. But, as we hardy Northwest boaters know, there is still plenty of good boating to be had, albeit it may require a touch more planning and prepping.
This month’s issue satisﬁes both those needs, ﬁrst with a follow-along guide to the spectacular northern Oregon coastline on pages 50-57 that travels from Astoria to Haystack Rock with stops at points in between. (As the Beaver State was my stomping grounds for the ﬁrst two decades of life, I hope some of you get a chuckle out of the references to the classic 1980s and ‘90s computer game, “The Oregon Trail,” that are found within those pages.) And, because you might encounter a few drops along the way, we’ve also got you covered via the fall outerwear feature that starts on page 58 and highlights our favorite new coats, shoes, and accessories for wicking away the wet. Elsewhere in these pages, we meet Katie Bohocky, the new executive director for the Recreational Boating Association of Washington (RBAW), in Expert Take (pages 64-65); take a look at a new ‘houseyacht’ concept in The Current (page 32); and peek at three stunning new local listings in the super-sized Broker’s Best section that begins on page 40. Randy Woods also checks in with updates from the Ports of Seattle, Everett, and Poulsbo in Making Waves (pages 23-24, and 28); the Worth Avenue team travels to the resplendent Thai islands in Port of Call (pages 72-73); and James O. Fraioli puts a nightcap on the issue with the citrus-kissed cocktail found on pages 68-69. Cheers to fall!
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Over the past few months, we noticed an interesting similarity among the social media commentary on our feeds: ose sunny summer vibes sure had boaters beaming— keep those exclamation points coming!
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Re: Ascente CharterYachtFeature(July)
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DON'T FORGET ] Spreading the Word
From NWY to NMTA to RBAW (see Expert Take on pages 64-65 this month), we’re all about building up boating, so we are spreading the word far and wide that our friends at the aforementioned Northwest Marine Trade Association have opened up applications for the 2023 Grow Boating program. is amazing program bestows grants to non-pro t or for-pro t entities looking to push boating forward in our region. Applications are due on October 31st, so interested parties shouldn’t delay. For more info, go to: nmta.net/grants. Best of luck from all of us!
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NORTHWEST MARINA & BOATYARD CONFERENCE
Kitsap Conference Center in Bremerton
Held for marina and boatyard pros and sponsored by Marine Floats, this anticipated annual event from the Northwest Marine Trade Association will relay important info on new issues a ecting the marine trade industry. is year, the multi-day event will be preceded by an October 4th golf tournament, open to all NMTA members looking to hit the links, which will raise funds for NMTA’s Political Action Committee. Register ASAP for both the tourney and conference, spots are limited. More info: nmta.net
WOODEN BOAT STORYTIME
Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle is charming storytime, suited to aspiring young sailors, takes place monthly throughout the summer and concludes for 2023 with a fall session taking place at the Boathouse at the Center for Wooden Boats. Led by local luminary Sue Kimpton of Happy Tales—who is known to spin a good yarn— the lunch-hour storytime will be followed by a free wooden toy boat building class, so plan to stick around afterwards.
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OCTOBER 14 & 15
Fisherman’s Pavilion & Zuanich Point Park in Bellingham is beloved community event celebrates the thriving working waterfront and maritime culture of Bellingham. Gather the family and enjoy boat tours, vendor booths, and informative demonstrations, plus a pirate-themed sea shanty stroll, and naturally, plenty of amazing culinary dishes from the sea. More info: bellinghamseafeast.org
HALLOWEEN BASH ON THE DOCKS
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Bust out that costume a few days early for the Center for Wooden Boats’ annual Halloween party. CWB will welcome ghosts, ghouls, and more to their historic boathouse and docks for a day of mixing, mingling, and merriment, as well as o er free rides on a variety of classic wooden vessels as part of their monthly Sunday Sail program. Boo!
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NORDHAVN PRESENTS: TURNKEY PASSAGEMAKING
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Finally Approved for Maritime Innovation Center at Fisherman’s Terminal
After five years of planning and one global pandemic delay, the Port of Seattle’s promise to establish a Maritime Innovation Center (MInC) at the city’s Fisherman’s Terminal is closer to materializing. The green light, green as in money, was given for renovating a century-old building that will become MInC’s new headquarters.
The Port of Seattle approved $32.6 million in August to move forward on rejuvenating the terminal’s Ship Supply Building, first constructed in 1914 and one of the Port’s oldest existing facilities. MInC construction is set to begin at the Ship Supply Building in the second fiscal quarter of next year and is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2025.
The new MInC will become a hub for incubator and accelerator programs focused on the maritime industry that, hopefully, establish hundreds of startups while providing resources on how to scale up their operations. Once completed, the site will have room for equipment fabrication, business incubator offices, and anchor tenant space. MInC will also support workforce development programs to promote job opportunities in the bustling maritime industry.
“The transformation of the Port’s oldest building into a world-class center is a reflection of the Port’s commitment to investing in innovation,” said Port of Seattle Commissioner Fred Felleman.
According to a report released by the United Nations, the global infrastructure that is centered around maritime commerce, often called the “blue economy,” is estimated to be worth $1.5 trillion annually, with 90 percent of the world’s trade traveling over the ocean. Jobs within these sectors—including commercial fishing, sustainability innovations,
and recreation—remain in great demand across the Puget Sound region and will be the primary new businesses likely to be developed at the MInC.
The 15,000-square-foot MInC building, itself, will be reconfigured with a certification from the Living Building Challenge (LBC), a sustainability program ensuring that the structure will use the most innovative techniques for reducing energy usage and creating connections between the built environment and nature. To date, only three other existing buildings have met the strict LBC guidelines in Seattle.
The renovation won’t end with the Ship Supply Building. Also included in the MInC plan are “companion investments” that will help improve accessibility to the rest of Fishermen’s Terminal, as well as improved landscaping and interpretive signage that will provide historical perspectives on the city’s working waterfront. Public historian Sharon Boswell will collaborate with the fishing community and Headwater People, a First Nations consultant group, to include a broad range of cultural voices to be represented in the development.
Other future long-term changes at Fisherman’s Terminal include a new Gateway Building, which will provide light-industrial space for maritime businesses, new parking lot improvements, site furniture, and lighting upgrades. The redevelopment project for Fisherman’s Terminal, which was put on hiatus during the pandemic, will resume in 2026.
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Second Phase to Begin in ’24 For Everett Fuel Dock Upgrade
The warm weather is over for now, but expect to see some welcomed changes when fueling up at the Port of Everett next summer. In August, the Port awarded a $7.8 million contract to begin the second stage of the long-running marina fuel dock reconstruction project.
This year, the Port completed the ﬁrst stage of the renovation work, which placed 30,000-gallon underground gasoline and diesel fuel tanks at the west end of the Central Marina facility parking lot and removed older fuel tanks. Next year, the second stage will begin, including a move of the fuel dock to the east to avoid strong currents experienced at low tide.
Fabrication of the new 500-foot dock structure has already begun, with on-site work expected to take place in summer 2024. This second phase will reconﬁgure and enhance the dock’s layout, making it easier for boats to line up for refueling. The scope of work will also include the demolition of Central A- and B-Docks, and the installation of two additional on-dock fuel dispensers.
The plan also calls for a new attendant building, a point-of-sale system, and a new kiosk building that will include vending machines and public
restrooms. The fuel dock will also have commercial and recreational pump-out locations to ensure that the waterways around Everett are kept clean.
Jeff Lindhout, the Port of Everett’s chief of marina operations, said the port has spent more than $165 million in capital improvements to the aging marina over the previous 20 years. “This upgraded fuel dock project has been a long time coming with a lot of planning and coordination,” he added.
The new fuel dock will be used not only by local recreational and commercial boaters but also for vessels operated by the neighboring Naval Station Everett, the U.S. Coast Guard, the City of Everett Police and Fire Departments, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Ofﬁce, and Native American tribes.
During this second phase of construction, the existing fuel dock will remain open for use by boaters in 2024. Once the project is completed, the old dock will be demolished and removed.
For more information, please visit: portofeverett.com
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Twin 8.2 L MerCruiser V drive inboards, generator, sea dek decking, Raymarine electronics, air conditioning/reverse cycle heating, enclosed head w/separate shower, island master queen berth, second stateroom has twin beds, ice maker, nice clean boat!
Sale Price $65,000 Call Dave Boynton at 206-949-6866
Twin Volvo 370 HP Diesels, bow and stern thrusters, generator, inverter, air conditioning/reverse cycle heating, lower helm, ﬂybridge enclosure, three staterooms, two heads, updated dinghy and outboard, updated salon furniture, new electronics, boat is in excellent condition!
Sale Price $249,500 Call Dave Boynton at 206-949-6866
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engines, bow and stern thrusters, bimini top with enclosure, Garmin dual screen electronics, two staterooms with two heads with showers, custom stereo, generator, inverter, nice galley setup, air conditioning/ heating, large BBQ, very clean and shiny! Boat house available in Tacoma.
Sale Price $99,000
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Upgraded Cummins 330 HP diesels, generator, bimini top, electronics, two heads with showers, two staterooms, cockpit hardtop, electric heaters, electronics, and much more!
Sale Price $155,000
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Twin Volvo 370 HP diesels, Bow thruster, inverter, generator, bimini top with enclosure, aft hardtop with enclosure, electronics package, two heads with enclosed showers, dinghy and davit system, satellite TV ant, life raft and much more!
Sale Price $209,000 Call Dave Boynton at 206-949-6866
Twin MerCruiser Horizon 496 ci 370HP V drive inboards, newer bimini top with enclosure and camper back enclosure, Raymarine electronics, auto pilot, dinghy with outboard, cherry wood interior, generator, air conditioning/reverse cycle heating, enclosed head w/separate shower, Vacuﬂush toilet, bow sun pad, oil change system, ice maker, boat is in excellent condition!
Sale Price $69,000 Call Dave Boynton at 206-949-6866
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Poulsbo’s Refurbished Floating Breakwater Set to Open is Month
Boaters looking for late fall cruising to and from Kitsap County will likely be able to moor this month in the new ﬂoating breakwater at the Poulsbo Marina in Liberty Bay.
The refurbished breakwater, which has been in the works for several years, was expected to open earlier this spring until it ran into some construction delays. The breakwater is now operational but, at time of publication, was still awaiting the arrival and installation of two dozen 30-foot and 50-foot ﬁnger piers from Bellingham Marine, which were expected to come at the end of September. Once these piers are in place, the breakwater will be 100 percent complete, according to the Port of Poulsbo.
Currently, the new breakwater is anchored securely by steel piles and held up by 12-foot-wide ﬂoating concrete pontoons that were donated by Seattle’s Elliott Bay Marina. The platform will include greater public access and more transient moorage space along the new ﬁnger piers. The outside edge of the breakwater will also feature added moorage space for variable-sized boats of up to 75 feet in length.
Supported by nearly $2.5 million in grants from the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Ofﬁce and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Poulsbo breakwater now features 30A and 50A power pedestals, potable water connections, a new ﬂoating restroom, improved lighting, safety ladders, and a ﬁre-suppression system.
Breakwaters tend to last roughly 30 to 40 years of typical maritime use, but the old Poulsbo structure had been in place for more than 60 years. The long-overdue renovation has moved the new breakwater 60 feet to the southeast and 40 feet to the south of the previous breakwater and log boom. Engineers for the new breakwater design estimate that the marina could see a 10- to 20-percent increase in wave energy due to the unrestricted ﬂow of water underneath the structure, but its waveattenuation performance should be in the moderate to good range.
The Port of Poulsbo said that temporary and permanent moorage will remain open for the remainder of any necessary installation work, but added that parking may still be temporarily restricted in the Anderson parking lot while utility crews make ﬁnal adjustments to the breakwater.
For more details on the new breakwater, go to: portofpoulsbo. com/breakwater-replacement-project
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BY KATE CALAMUSA / RENDERINGS COURTESY OF REINA BOATS
Welcome To Our Houseyacht
A Florida boatmaker looks to modernize and mobilize a lakeside staple with its new line of luxury “houseyachts.”
Expect an interesting new addition to the ﬂeet of vessels found at this month’s much-anticipated Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) in Florida: Amongst the catamarans, cruisers, schooners, and superyachts will be the all-new Live 44DR by Reina Boats, a model that merges a yacht with a houseboat to create, as the company ﬁttingly dubs it, a “houseyacht.”
The brainchild of Reina founders Hayri Dayi and Emin Günal, the 44-foot-long ﬂagship model is essentially a high-end luxury condo on water, designed to connect adventure-seeking residents to the water via towering glass windows and spacious outer decking, with an interior clad in high-end materials, smart tech amenities, and sleek ﬁnishes that complement the two-cabin layout. The layout also boasts a full, C-shape wraparound kitchen, one head with a full shower, and a stunning foredeck dining area.
The 44 is one of six live-aboard models that the Florida-based Reina is currently building out of a shipyard in Turkey. They range in size from an expansive 60 feet down to a 24-footer that boasts a ﬂoating RV vibe well-suited to day trips and overnighters.
The inspiration for the brand came from a void the creators say they spotted in the marketplace, particularly when it came to the design—or lack thereof—of most houseboats. “The existing houseboat designs were stuck in the 1980s, and almost 90 percent of the houseboats on the water were commercially rented vessels. They were not boats that yacht and catamaran owners would ever consider buying,” Günal explained in a news release. “With Reina, we are creating a whole new way of liveaboard cruising and recreational boating with designs that merge luxury and accessibility.”
Crafted mostly of marine-grade aluminum, the hulls are engineered more like a catamaran, rather than the usual pontoon style of houseboats. They are also powered by Mercury outboard engines and offer lithium-ion phosphate batteries as an alternative power source. In an effort to expand their use, Reina has also ensured they can transcend lake life to be sea-worthy; each model complies with CE Class C, American Boat & Yacht Council, and U.S. Coast Guard standards. For more details on the release of the new line, go to: reinaboats.com
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[ SMART GADGETS AND STYLISH PRODUCTS THAT REALLY FLOAT OUR BOAT ] BY RANDY WOODS
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Move over geoduck, it’s the oyster’s time to shine: Celebrate your love for the Northwest’s favorite bivalve with this charming Oyster Hat from Toadﬁsh. Made with an appropriately beachy sand-colored fabric, the high-crown, ﬁve-panel snapback features an embroidered graphic in the lower right with oyster shells cleverly posed in a heart-shaped pairing. Infused with breathable saltwater- and stain-resistant materials, a moisture-wicking inner headband, and a Teﬂon coating, the hat can be used for all occasions, from oyster harvesting in the ﬂats of Hood Canal to an after-work boating party. $25 // toadﬁsh.com
Mustang’s Windshell Will Stave Off Fall Chills
The fall chill is already on the horizon, so this is the perfect time to update your weatherproof windbreaker collection. This women’s Ventus Hooded Windshell from Mustang Survival is light enough to allow freedom of movement, yet tough enough to keep out the autumn damp and cold. The water-resistant, nylon ripstop shell, made with Bluesign and Oeko-Tex materials, are PFC-free, environmentally safe, and designed to easily scrunch into tight spaces when you’re on the move. The jacket comes with a tall collar and cinchable hem to protect you from icy morning breezes, plus a removable hood that can be stowed in a chest pocket when the sun makes a (sometimes brief) appearance. $180 // mustangsurvival.com
Mussels All the Way Down
Mother Nature shines through here in this dazzling sculptural piece of marine beauty called “Inﬁnite Mussels.” The painstakingly arranged piece by French/American artist Valerie Carmet is comprised of dozens of shells collected on beaches from Long Island to Cape Cod, with the ﬁnished 11-inch square artwork making for a handsome addition to any den or boat salon. Mounted on a ﬂoating metal frame, the piece can be easily hung from a wall or positioned on a shelf, with its wide wooden frame. Each hand-made artwork is unique, and signed and numbered by the artist, creating a one-of-a-kind appreciation for the alluring variety of natural sea patterns. $395 // uncommongoods.com
Time For Fall Party Season… Chop-Chop!
Have you noticed the Sound getting a bit choppier in these windy days of early autumn? Now you can be prepared for rough weather with the cheery “Choppy Today” cheeseboard for all fans of kitschy kitchen accessories and terrible maritime puns. Measuring 10- by 11-inches, the cutting board by Port & Lemon features a sturdy handle, a leather thong for hanging on walls, and whimsical blue-and-white artwork, depicting a boat being tossed about by ocean swells. The melamine top coating can handle endless slicings of crudites, from meats to cheeses to snappy veggies, and easily wipes clean. The board, handmade in England, is suitable for a boat’s galley or land-based kitchen.
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Block the Croc with Reef Slip-Ons
When you want to keep your feet protected from sharp rocks and shells on the beach, you could go the sandals route or even—heaven forbid—go for the Crocs beach walk of shame. Or, you can rest assured that you can always look great, whether splashing through streams or hopping through beach bars, with the new Water Coast slip-ons from Reef. With ﬂexible EVA outsoles that provide arch support to cushion whatever low tide can dish out, the Water Coasts are soft and breathable, with a mesh of wide perforations for fast water drainage. The molded thermoplastic polyurethane uppers look like leather boat shoes but can withstand much more submerged in seawater. $65 // reef.com
BioLite Does Bright Light Right
As the days get shorter and the weather starts gloomin’, you’ll thank yourself later for a little extra lumen(s). Why struggle with late-afternoon darkness when you can use BioLite’s HeadLamp 330, giving you hours more hands-free work time on your boat? Providing a crystal-clear beam distance of nearly 250 feet, the forehead-mounted lantern puts out 330 lumens for 3.5 hours on the high setting; 40 hours on low. The adjustable unit is rechargeable through a micro-USB cable and includes a red “night vision” option to help reduce eye strain. BioLite’s 3D SlimFit construction provides added comfort and prevents slippage with a moisture-wicking headband when temperatures start rising. $60 // ﬁsheriessupply.com
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Though those pesky marina gulls will forever be my arch nemeses, I also don’t have fond feelings for the chattering ﬂuff balls that are forever scampering about this time of year. That is why I found this Squirrel! Bandana from The Foggy Doggy so satisfying; crafted from 100% cotton in an easy-tie triangle design, it suits my stylish sensibilities with its autumnal oak leaf and acorn motifs, all while offering up a sundry of squirrels that I can actually catch.
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Crafted from the same tough and gritty rope used to secure lobster traps to buoys, this Floating Rope Dog Toy by Maine-based Sea Bags may actually stand a chance of withstanding my chompers. Featuring a classic monkey ﬁst knot, the hefty 17-inch-long polyester rope is ﬁt for a game of tug of war both on land or at sea, as the bright orange toy will ﬂoat should it hit the drink. Fetch!
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This heart healthy oil sure peps up a staid bowl of doggie kibble: Say hello to my new favorite dinnertime drizzle, the Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil from Woof. Rich in Omega-3, fatty acids, and chock full of anti-inﬂammatory properties, this pure, non-GMO product delivers crucial nutrients via an easy-pump dispenser. (Pro tip: My pawrents have also been known to freeze this in cubes so that I can lap it up in pupsicle style.)
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Pearl is a feisty and opinionated Jack Russell Terrier born on November 7, 2013. Her favorite treat is organic, non-GMO natural chicken jerky, as she likes to take care of her girlish ﬁgure. Pearl loves dog TV and sunbathing on the aft deck of her human’s yacht.
Apollonian Yachts is Taking Off!
The Apollonian 52 Pilothouse offers quality construction, well thought out accommodations, and remarkable introductory pricing. This has led to multiple sales and more orders on the books, including a 2024 model which has recently sold. Please give us a call, schedule your private showing of one of the already sold Apollonian 52s, and see for yourself why Apollonian Yachts is taking off!
Order by November to take advantage of 2023 pricing and have your new Apollonian shipped anywhere in the USA.
Renowned naval architect Howard Apollonio and local yacht sales veteran Vic Parcells developed a new modern raised pilothouse motoryacht—the Apollonian 52. Benefits of this design include ease of operation, a centrally located galley, and spacious cabins with good headroom. Features like a convenient day head, wide side decks, and a substantial flybridge are ideal for Northwest cruising. At 52’ overall, the boat fits most 50’ slips, can easily be handled by a couple, and is packed with standard equipment like a bow thruster and a full electronics package.
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Air Dryer Sale
Now through October 22 Say goodbye to damaging moisture, mold and mildew.
Air-Dryr is an inexpensive and e ective way to ﬁght moisture problems, cold drafts, and corrosion. Designed to operate anywhere, 24 hours a day. Place Air-Dryr on the ﬂoor in any damp, enclosed space and plug into a 110/220 volt outlet. The damp air is heated to the point moisture is held in suspension (above dew point), then released through the top vents. As warmed air rises, cooler damp air is drawn in and heated. Air-Dryr costs no more to operate than the burning of a light bulb. A thermal cuto turns the unit o should air ﬂow be impeded.
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40 Specs & Info LOA 45’ 11” Beam 21’7” Draft 4’4” Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black) 528 gal. / 184 gal. / 92 gal. Engines Twin Volvo 460 hp IPS 650 Contact Je Brown Yachts Seattle, WA Tommy Casias 206.274.5257 tommy@je brownyachts.com je brownyachts.com
2021 50’ Fountaine Pajot MY6
With light- lled spaces, lush amenities, and panoramic views found from nearly every spot onboard, this beautiful MY6, available from Je Brown Yachts, is a real gem.
Taking full advantage of its more than 21’ beam, this almost-new 2021 Fountaine Pajot MY6 features spacious areas for living and socializing, plus the traditional stability of a luxury power catamaran. e newer MY6, designed by PierAngelo Andreani and built by Daniel Andrieu, has a distinct Franco-Italian feel, with breezy, light- lled spaces, lush amenities, and panoramic views from nearly every spot on the vessel.
Boarding from the extra-wide cockpit, the outside and inside blend seamlessly into the galley and salon areas. From the huge swim step to the salon, there is 215 square feet of open space for relaxation and recreation. Moving forward, the a -located galley includes a full-size refrigerator, a cooktop, and a stove, as well as space for a microwave. Farther forward, the galley blends into the salon. Opposite the main helm is the dining area to port, with an L-shaped settee around an adjustable height table. Behind the starboard helm is another sofa with room for two more people.
At the helm, the MY6 provides easy piloting with a Volvo Penta electronics package that includes precise joystick controls for the beefy twin Volvo 460 hp IPS 650 engines. e semi-displacement cat hulls are designed for exceptional stability, even in tight turns. One of the most popular features of the IPS pod is its ability to either “crab” the vessel laterally during docking or maintain a stationary position when needed, making it easier for even
novice boaters to maneuver in di cult spaces. e Volvo Penta IPS propulsion system is also more e cient because the forward-facing propellers work in clean, less turbulent water, which increases the range of the boat and improves fuel e ciency by up to 30 percent. As a result, the IPS setup gives the MY6 a top speed of about 30 knots and a range of up to 1,000 nautical miles.
Because the main engines are located in the rst third of the boat, more space is available for luxury accommodations. is vessel is con gured in Fountaine Pajot’s Maestro layout, featuring a large, portside owner’s suite and two VIP cabins to starboard, all of which have en suite heads and wide views of the outdoor environment.
Up on the spacious ybridge, accessed from the cockpit via a curved staircase, is an upper helm with instrumentation similar to that of the lower helm. A vast terrace on the upper deck provides plenty of dining and entertainment space, with stunning views available, and a hardtop canopy and sunroof. A of the starboard ybridge helm is another L-shaped sofa and table arrangement, while portside of the helm is a sunbathing lounge. More space for sun worship can also be found on the foredeck, accessible via the wraparound side decks. e current owner also recently added a new Inmar tender to the MY6 package, with a 60 hp Suzuki outboard motor.
BY RANDY WOODS / PHOTOS BY SEATTLE YACHT MEDIA
2008 65’ Grand Banks Aleutian
This beautiful Grand Banks motoryacht available via Hampton Yacht Group is spacious, sophisticated, and sumptuously appointed; act now.
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For those who know Grand Banks Yachts, this 2008 Aleutian may defy a few expectations. About a foot longer than the standard versions of the series, the Kodiak has a unique interior layout, with three enlarged and updated lower staterooms, two doors to access the side decks from the pilothouse, and a greatly expanded a deck, providing ample room for entertaining. With its nearly 20’ beam, Kodiak makes excellent use of space for interior furnishings.
Aside from being spacious, the covered a deck is prepared for cooler weather, with a transparent, removable enclosure to protect guests from the elements. e deck includes a lacquered, folding teak table opposite cushioned bench seating a . A curved, molded portside staircase leads to the upper deck while a sliding door opens to a large salon space, lled with storage cabinets, a wet bar, and luxurious upholstered furniture— sofa, co ee table, four chairs—that are all moveable for easy rearrangement, to meet various social interaction needs.
Four steps up from the salon is the galley and pilothouse area, with U-shaped granite countertops to port, which provides an open view to the helm and forward windows. Equipped with a Miele dishwasher, convection microwave, and four-burner cooktop, along with teak and holly sole ooring, the galley sits diagonally a from a wraparound Ultra leather settee and dinette table. Opposite the seating area is the helm, with two Stidd helm chairs, a teak and stainless-steel ship’s wheel, Garmin electronics,
Simrad AP 25 autopilot, and Twin Disc EC300 engine controls, along with controls for the Naiad hydraulic bow and stern thrusters.
Doors on both sides of the pilothouse open to covered, walk-around side decks with easy access from stern to bow, which features two built-in benches for sunbathing. Up top, the bright and airy ybridge has similar helm controls forward of a spacious U-shaped couch and two polished wooden grid tables. A of the fully enclosable ybridge, the upper deck includes an outdoor sink, grill, and refrigerator, plus an Airtex hydraulic davit and a 13’ center-console Novurania 400DL RIB tender with a Mercury 50-hp outboard.
Down below, the athwartship master stateroom includes an en suite head with separate shower, an island king-sized berth, and an audio/ visual entertainment center. e forward VIP stateroom shares a portside day head and an en suite shower. A third guest stateroom features single bunkbeds and a side teak desk so the space can double as an o ce when needed. All staterooms feature rich teak paneling and ne joinery.
Crew quarters with two bunks and a separate head are located a near the engine room, which features twin Caterpillar C-15 diesels, each with about 4,000 hours of use. e powertrain produces a combined 1,700 hp, giving the Kodiak a comfortable cruising speed of between 8 and 16 knots, with a top speed of nearly 20 knots.
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2009 54' Offshore
Exceptionally built, maintained, and updated, this unique 54-footer available from Denison Yachting is more than ready for fall cruising.
A er 14 years on the water, this O shore Pilothouse—one of only a handful of 54s to be built by the company—has had only two owners, who have painstakingly maintained the yacht and kept her updated with the latest technology and amenities. Since it’s 2009 launch, the Sierra Fox has added a new Barrett Enclosures ybridge enclosure, wireless yacht controller, and a new Dell XPR laptop computer, received top-of-the-line audio/visual and Pepwave Wi-Fi upgrades, and replaced all ship batteries with Lifeline AGMs.
Entering from the stern, one can see the cockpit is built for outdoor entertainment, with teak decking, a Magma BBQ grill, two teak folding chairs, a separate llet table, and a custom factory swim step for easy access. To reduce clutter, the BBQ and the chairs can also be stowed in a lazarette. A set of a electronic engine controls can also be found to starboard, including bow and stern thrusters and a rudder angle indicator for docking assistance.
Inside the sliding a doors, the wood-lined interior showcases a recent so -goods re t by Jonathan Quinn Barnett of JQB Design in both the salon and guest cabins. To port in the salon, a U-shaped sofa wraps around a hi-lo wooden table opposite an entertainment system with a Toshiba 32” Smart TV and two free-standing chairs to starboard. Just forward of the salon, the galley features more rich wood paneling, Corian countertops, and updated appliances, including a Fisher Paykel dishwasher, a Broan trash compactor, a Seaward 220V oven, a Sharp microwave,
a Kenyon four-burner glass cook-top, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer.
Up three steps from the galley, the pilothouse features another settee and table combo a of the helm chairs.
e helm dash features Nauticomp display screens, a full suite of Furuno navigation equipment, and a Simrad AP-28 Autopilot. Outside the pilothouse, a walk-around deck provides partially covered access from bow to stern.
Interior stairs lead to the ybridge, which has a duplicate helm con guration, featuring a safety support at the center of the radar arch. A of the electric upper-helm chairs, more socializing space is provided with two tables, a Raritan SS icemaker, an Isotherm refrigerator, and an L-shaped settee, featuring curved cushions covered with a striking blue-and-white striped fabric. On the a half of the ybridge deck, a 2009 Nautica 12.5' center-console RIB is secured, powered by a Yamaha 50-hp outboard and launchable with a Steelhead ES1000 crane.
Belowdecks, a curved staircase leads to the customdesigned staterooms. e Art Deco inspired curves in the cabin paneling can be seen in both staterooms, each equipped with en suite heads and openable portholes for light and ventilation. e VIP stateroom, located forward, features a queen-size island berth, while the larger owner’s stateroom is situated a .
e yacht’s twin CAT C12 diesel engines produce 1,410 hp, giving the Sierra Fox a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots.
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THE OREGON TRAIL
It’s time to hitch those trailers: This fall, take a cue from the classic computer game and set out on an aquatic expedition that traverses the northern coastline of Oregon. Starting in the charming port town of Astoria and making way for the iconic Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, with stops at the many stunning landmarks and intriguing curiosities nestled in between, this follow-along guide will help you set a heading for adventure. Southern, ho!
By Kate Calamusa
PHOTO BY EVERETT MCINTIRE
Begin Your Journey In: ASTORIA
Nestled just over the Washington-Oregon state border, the port town of Astoria is steeped in both maritime history and small town charm, making it an ideal spot for a sojourn to precede a trip down the coast. Chockablock with forts, museums, breweries, boutiques, and restaurants, the sweet town sits at the mouth of the mighty Columbia River, with Victorian-era houses dotting the hillsides that overlook the water and the towering Astoria-Megler bridge. ( is iconic structure—the longest continuous truss bridge in North America— is accessible for boaters to oat under 365 days a year, but this month, on October 8th, is the only day a year that pedestrians can make the trek across as part of the annual Great Columbia Crossing 10K event.)
More stunning views of the bridge can be found along the riverwalk trail that traverses the city’s picturesque main corridor located just o Highway 30. Running almost 13 miles in length, this trail meanders its way by myriad eateries, boutiques, hotels, and marinas, all with spectacular scenery and views. Speaking of marinas, captains looking to drop an anchor can do so at the East Mooring Basin located near the eastern edge of the riverwalk, or alternatively, boaters can nd water access and convenient moorage near the base of the bridge at the West Mooring Basin facilities. ose looking to instead hang their hats on dry land would do well to check out the Bowline Hotel. is nauticalthemed boutique establishment not only o ers luxe accommodations, but also a stellar lobby bar known as e Knot, where the creative cocktails ow freely, and the locally sourced fare is top notch. (Trust us and order the housemade herb-kissed onion dip served with the state’s beloved Tim’s potato chips to start.)
ere’s also bounty of brews to enjoy while in town: e town’s oldest brewery, Astoria Brewing Company, continues to stake its claim as one of the best places to stop for a solid brew from its prime location on Pier 11; Rogue Brewery’s Pier 39 Public House o ers a variety of handcrafted beers on tap to pair with gastropub faves like burgers and sh n’ chips at their rustic spot on the docks; and Fort George Brewery on Duane Street boasts a large, dog-friendly patio for those crisp, sunny fall days, a downstairs eatery for those wet days, a merch and beer-to-go shop; plus tucked away upstairs at the convivial establishment’s pizza pub, you’ll nd what many locals argue to be the best ‘za in town.
But, perhaps, the one can’t-miss stop in town for mariners is the Columbia River Maritime Museum that houses a 30,000-object collection covering shing, shipping, and military history in their harbor-front building. Here, you can discover the many stories of the legendary Columbia River Bar, one of the most dangerous passages in the world, as well as visit the historic Lightship Columbia. Functioning as a oating lighthouse to mark the mouth of the river from 1951 to 1979, this red-hulled vessel returned to the museum in late 2022 after an extensive renovation. Big things are also on the horizon for CRMM as a whole: e museum recently announced it is moving forward on a $30 million expansion of its campus that will feature a second exhibit hall. (More details on visiting Astoria can be found at: travelastoria.com.)
Make Way For:
THE WRECK OF PETER IREDALE
Departing from Astoria, and making way towards the greater Paci c to the west, your cruise will take you rst by Warrenton and darling little Hammond, where you can nd another very accessible boat launch, before you sail on by Fort Stevens State Park. Sprawling 4,300 acres, this park contains expansive beaches, hiking trails, campgrounds, and a picturesque lake, and marks the site of a military installation once used to guard the mouth of the Columbia River. e fort saw service for 84 years, from the Civil War to World War II, and much of the remaining battery can be explored. e park’s South Jetty viewing platform located at the northern edge of the park, and at almost the northernmost point of the state, is an excellent spot to watch ships as they enter and exit the bar, a journey that for centuries has been known to be treacherous in this larger area known as the Graveyard of the Paci c. ( ough the construction of jetties, continual dredging of the bar, and GPS advancements have made this stretch much less treacherous for modern-day vessels, do still keep a weather eye out in these waters!) Fittingly, the park is perhaps best known as the site of the wreck of the Peter Iredale, a four-masted steel barque sailing vessel that ran ashore on October 25, 1906, on the Clatsop Spit about four miles south of the Columbia River channel. ough the ship has been further broken up by wind, surf, and sand that have worn away at her remains, there is still plenty left of her massive hull to marvel at on the beach. (More info on the park, and the wreck, can be found at: stateparks.oregon.gov.)
ASTORIA PHOTO COURTESY OF TRAVEL ASTORIA WARRENTON; SHIPWRECK PHOTO BY INTRICATE EXPLORER PHOTOGRAPHY
You Are Passing rough:
GEARHEART & SEASIDE
Heading further south, the rugged and rocky coastline is peppered by such soft sandy stretches as those found at DeLaura Beach, Strawberry Knoll, and Sunset Beach, before reaching Gearheart. In addition to the town’s two landmark golf courses—the 9-hole Highlands at Gearhart and the 18-hole Gearheart Golf Links— this laid-back enclave is home to the McMenamin’s Gearheart Hotel, an old-school style beach lodge that o ers up a bevy of dining options, such as the Sand Trap Pub, an excellent spot to refuel after hitting the links or doing some beach combing.
Located just 2.5 miles south, you’ll nd Seaside, Oregon, a town that fully embraces its kitschy, beachy-cool vibe. Coming from the oceanside, the Necanicum River estuary dissects the downtown, and is a fun route to explore via kayak or tender. e Quatat Park Boat launch is a great on-and-o spot for those small craft as it is located mere steps from the action going on the main drag, Broadway Street. ere, the kids will be begging to ride the classic carousel at the Seaside Carousel mall, or adults might instead seek out the Times eatre & Public House nearby. Half brewery, half theater, the popular spot is home to the Sisu Beer that is brewed on-site, as well as to a snack-friendly menu highlighted by such favorites as Sriracha candied bacon, fried dill pickle chips, garlic tru le fries, and pretzel knots. De nitely be sure to add on a side of the brewery’s signature cheese sauce, and do check ahead to see what’s playing on the big screen, from movies and concerts to sporting events. (More details for exploring these two towns can be found, respectively, at: visitoregon.com/cities/gearhart-oregon/ and seasideor.com.)
SWING SET PHOTO BY KYLE JOHNSON; LIGHTHOUSE PHOTO BY JULIE OLSEN
Make Way For:
TILLAMOOK ROCK LIGHTHOUSE
Leaving the sandier stretches behind as you wind along the rugged coastline, you’ll spot the dramatic Tillamook Head, a towering, almost-1,000-foot-high cli that marked the furthest point west surveyed by William Clark and Meriweather Lewis during their famed expedition, and today is a part of Ecola State Park. Over the course of a 3.6-mile loop trail that leads to the headland's tip, hikers can take in the same breathtaking viewpoint that is rumored to have inspired the following words from Captain Clark: “I behold the grandest and most pleasing prospect which my eyes ever surveyed.”
Hiking a cionados can also spy the fabled Tillamook Rock Lighthouse from trails accessed from within the park, or the views of this island lighthouse are nothing short of spectacular from the water. Originally built in 1881, the 133-foot-tall outpost also known as “Terrible Tilly” seemingly juts straight up from its rocky outcropping located one mile west of Tillamook Head. It helped guide sailors around its inhospitable, wave-battered perch all the way until 1957, when the cost to maintain and transport goods and supplies to the location was deemed too expensive and it was decommissioned. Now privately owned, there’s no going inside, perhaps only enhancing its aura of mystery. (More details on visiting Ecola State Park, and spying the lighthouse, can be found at: stateparks.oregon.gov/.)
You Have Arrived at:
O in the distance from Tillamook Rock lies one of the most iconic natural landmarks in the state of Oregon—Haystack Rock. Situated just south of the main thoroughfare of Cannon Beach—a supremely sophisticated destination known for its thriving arts community, world-class dining, and luxurious hotels that boast views of the sight itself—the stunning rock outcroppings are a picture-perfect destination that o ers even more surprises at low tide. en, an entire other world is revealed in the rocky outcroppings, as beachcombers and marine life enthusiasts alike clamber up, over, and around to marvel at the shy sea anemones, colorful star sh, briny bivalves, and crusty crustaceans that call this area home. If the fall day is ne, and you can time it right, watching the sun dip behind the rocks as it splashes bright orange, pink and purple beams across the re ecting water would make for a very tting capstone to your aquatic adventures. (More details on visiting Haystack Rock can be found at: cannonbeach.org.)
PHOTO BY I AM THE DAVE PHOTOGRAPHY
Don’t let a drippy forecast rain on your next escapade; instead, level up your layers for fall cruising season with warm, winsome, water-wicking apparel and accessories from our favorite outfitters.
By Kate Calamusa
PHOTO BY ALESSIO LIN
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Filson Ultralight Jacket
Windproof, warm, breathable, and compressible, the Filson Ultralight jacket is a workhorse, built with a featherlight ripstop nylon shell prepared for outdoor adventuring with a reinforcing layer built over the shoulders. Insulated with the Seattle brand’s trademark PrimaLoft Gold ll, the olive green and Orca gray style also retains an impressive 98 percent of its insulating ability even when wet, guaranteeing you’ll stay warm even in the wettest of squalls. $215 // lson.com
Pendleton Victoria A-Line Slicker
With waterproof zippers, a layback hood, and a high-low hem complemented by an adorable patterned lining, this cheery yellow slicker from Pendleton boasts both substance and
style. e polyurethane shell and double welded seam construction will help wick away any moisture you encounter, while the company’s patented eco-friendly polyester ll locks in warmth to keep you cozy all cruise long. $195 // pendleton.com
Passenger Eden Recycled
Oversized Water Resistant Jacket
is lightweight smock pullover jacket from outdoor clothier Passenger is made with a Repreve fabric crafted from recycled, single-use plastic bottles (we sure salute that!) and nished with a water repellent coating. e oversized t makes it super comfy
and wearable, while the adjustable hood and hem still allow you to keep out the chill. $99.95 // us.passenger-clothing.com
Patagonia Isthmus Anorak
is lightweight windbreaker pullover is well-suited to the changing seasons, boasting both 40+ UPF sun protection and a durable water repellent nish from its recycled nylon/spandex shell. e xed, three-panel hood also features an adjustable drawcord to cinch it down over your noggin when things get blustery, and the horizontal, zippered front ap pocket not only houses VIP items, but also doubles as a stu sack to pack up the anorak on-the-go. $149 // patagonia.com
[ BEST FOOT FORWARD ]
Chooka Chelsea Rain Boot
Crafted from premium waterproof rubber and featuring twin elastic gores for easy, slip-on-and-o wearability, these boots from Washington-based Chooka meet at the intersection of fashion and function. is puddle-ready style can also list a breathable polycotton lining, molded EVA insole for support, and a traction lug rubber outsole on its very impressive resume. $75 // shopchooka.com
SeaVees Mariners Boot
ese urbane lace-up, sneaker-style boots can brave the elements, thanks to a water-resistant Ventile cotton canvas fabrication that is woven specically to keep out water, plus a gusseted tongue for extra water resistance and extra-high rubber foxing around the outsole. A cushy memory foam footbed with air ow channels also allows for breathability. $180 // seavees.com
Salmon Sisters x Xtratuf Tails & Scales Deck Boot
A new season means fresh styles from frequent collaborators the Salmon Sisters and Xtratuf. Fully-waterproof, tough, and hardy, this newest style is cute, to boot, featuring a whimsical shtail design that is accented by a bright blue heel. e slip-resistant outsole ensures sure footing on deck, while the molded EVA insole adds padded comfort for long days on the water. $115 // aksalmonsisters.com
Vessi Weekend Sneakers
Reviewers are raving about these street-smart sneaks. Available in both men’s and women’s sizes, the machine washable shoes feature Vessi’s 100% waterproof Dyma-tex® technology, which is engineered with thousands of nano-sized pores small enough to keep water out, but large enough to let sweat and heat still escape.
e four-way stretch knit uppers hug feet in comfort, and the lightweight
rubber soles only add to that cozy appeal. $125 // vessi.com
Huk Rogue Wave Boot
Available in an array of colors and patterns, these slip-on style boots are constructed of durable neoprene rubber to ensure all-day protection from the damp. Huk’s exclusive Grip-X Slice outsole traction pattern and microchannels help provide stable footing that grabs in all directions, no matter how slick the deck or dock may become, while the breathable mesh liners keep tootsies toasty dry. $110 // hukgear.com
>> And much, much more: Beyond boots, HUK also offers stellar weatherproof gear like the Grand Banks Tidal Map jacket seen here and on page 61; for more details on this style, and for even more fall outerwear finds, go to: nwyachting.com
Patagonia Fly Catcher Hat
Keep pelting rivulets out of your peepers with the Patagonia Fly Catcher hat, a cozy corduroy style that is accented by a brim cleverly made from recycled shing nets. e high-crown design has an adjustable snap back made of recycled polyester mesh, while the sh patch on the front panel can cleverly house whatever shing ies you would like to bring along for the ride.
$45 // patagonia.com
Passenger Mulled Recycled
Sherpa Fleece Snood
Available in a variety of colors, this eece-lined snood provides a little extra layer of protection against the elements. Easily stowable among your boat belongings given its petite, compact size; the nifty neck warmer is
made from a combination of recycled Polar and Sherpa eece and features an adjustable drawcord for cinching it as tight as you please. us.passenger-clothing.com
Showers Pass Crosspoint
Ultralight Waterproof Socks
Salmon Sisters Bristol Blooms Snow Tour Neck Gaiter is layering piece from the Salmon Sisters and Vermont-based women-owned brand Skida packs a lot of punch for its featherweight size. Crafted from a brushed, thermal, polyester spandex fabric that boasts moisture management and anti-microbial technology, it also has a UPF rating of 50+ should you need to protect your neck from sunny raysas well as drippy drops.
$24 // aksalmonsisters.com
Wet, soggy feet sure can bring ya down, but, never fear, the Crosspoint
sock from Showers Pass is here. Originally crafted with cyclists in mind, these lightweight socks are also ideal for boaters as the three-layer, 3D molded design is 100% waterproof thanks to a wear-resistant knit exterior, a waterproof breathable membrane lining, and the natural moisture wicking anti-bacterial properties of the merino wool found in the inner sock.
$40 // showerspass.com
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INTERVIEW BY KATE CALAMUSA / PHOTOS COURTESY OF RBAW
Meet KATIE BOHOCKY, the new executive director now leading the charge at the Recreational Boating Association of Washington.
NWY: You recently took the helm of the Recreational Boating Association of Washington (RBAW)—welcome! Tell our readers what you are most excited to bring to your new role.
KB: I am excited to share my expertise and experience with RBAW. Initially, I will take on a tactical role and eventually grow into strategic and public relations roles. Under the leadership of RBAW’s volunteer board, I will help grow RBAW’s membership, revenue base, and geographical presence across the state of Washington.
NWY: What are a few reasons why you think boaters should join RBAW if they haven’t already?
KB: To help amplify the voice and interests of recreational boaters that contribute to an $8 billion industry in our state. Whether that is for policy and legislation that a ect boaters, communication and education for boaters and state agencies, or to help preserve and grow boating opportunities, there are lots of reasons to get involved with RBAW!
NWY: Over the past few years, RBAW has helped spearhead the Mind the Zone safety awareness campaign on Lake Union. How do you expect this campaign to evolve in the years to come?
KB: RBAW is proud to have been selected to create and run this safety and awareness campaign in summer 2022 (funded by the state of Washington) that was then extended through the summer of 2024 by the city of Seattle. We will continue to advocate for safe waters, open for all to enjoy responsibly—and look for ways to evolve the message to reach even more users of Lake Union.
NWY: The boating community is very invested in the rehabilitation of Lakebay Marina: What are the next steps in that project?
KB: RBAW traces its founding to the e orts of its members to purchase Sucia Island in the San Juans and donate the property to the State of Washington as one of the world’s nest marine parks. Our goal is to renovate the Lakebay property with new upland parking facilities, install restrooms, replace all the docks, and rebuild the boat ramp. When these renovations are complete our plan is to transfer the property, like Sucia, to Washington State Parks for long-term management. The renovations
needed are signi cant and will cost millions of dollars that we hope to cover with grants, private donations, and public dollars. To date we have already raised over $3 million, and we will likely need another $5 million to complete the project. Looking forward, we’re seeking federal, state and private monies to help fund more improvements to get this South Sound gem ready. We have begun by removing the old docks and fuel tanks and we are currently working on the master development plan that will identify all the improvements needed and the timeline for providing them.
NWY: In addition to safety campaigns, and the preservation of boating grounds, RBAW is heavily invested in promoting boating issues in the legislature. Which issues are currently top of mind for the upcoming session?
KB: Washington boaters pay some of the highest annual vessel taxes, so we’re always focused on fair and equitable treatment of boaters and how those taxes are used to create better boating in our state. We are actively working with the Department of Revenue on their process to calculate the value of vessels in hopes of treating longer-owned boats more fairly. These two topics are top of mind for RBAW’s 2024 priorities.
About the Expert: A er graduating from the University of Washington, Tacoma, with my bachelor’s degree, I was in search of my new career. I stumbled upon a path of working with non-pro t associations and fell in love. For over 17 years now, I have been working as an executive director, managing associations’ daily activities and helping boards of directors ensure that associations achieve their missions and visions. I earned my Certi ed Association Executive (CAE) credential in 2017, which is the marker of a committed association professional who has demonstrated the wide range of knowledge essential to manage an association in today’s challenging environment. Learning the recreational boating industry is fascinating, interesting, and fun! Developing lasting relationships with passionate and caring volunteers is very ful lling. Plus, advocating for recreational boating interests and issues is such a rewarding challenge. I am excited for the future of RBAW, the future of recreational boating, and the legacies RBAW will create for future generations to enjoy. I cannot imagine a better job! For more information on RBAW, go to: rbaw.org.
TEXT AND PHOTOS BY DOUG HANSEN
DOUG HANSEN re ects on two of summer’s most memorable races—Corinthian Yacht Club’s Moonlight Race across Lake Washington and the Paci c International Ton Championship in Bellingham Bay.
There is something whimsical about sailboat racing, be it the connection to nature, the isolation from the outside world, or the rapport with the sea; there is a reason that so many hotel lobbies are lled with pictures of sailboats. The Corinthian Yacht Club Moonlight Race is one of these magical races that has something special, and it also holds an exceptional spot for me, being it was my rst sailboat race 20-something years ago. Although its origins date back to the 1950s, in recent decades, the race was pulled from the calendar due to the logistical challenges of running an evening race on the lake, but there has always been a hankering to bring her back. Two years ago, a grassroots group of lake sailors wanting to get out on the water with other boats for an evening sail did just that.
Now an o cial part of the summer racing calendar, the Moonlight Race is still gaining traction, but I’ve been hard-pressed to nd someone who didn’t have a fantastic time taking part. The racecourse is simple and takes the eet on a tour of Lake Washington, a severely underutilized racing area. The start line is just o of Leschi Marina. From there, the eet sails north under the east span of the 520- oating bridge, continuing to a buoy near the Magnuson Park boat launch, and then back to Leschi via the same east-span passage.
This time around, the eet featured a mix of the Lake Washington-based one-design classes—four San Juan 24s, a Thunderbird, a Thistle, a J/24, and a J/70, plus a guest appearance from a Melges24 that joined us
from Seattle Yacht Club. To keep things simple, it was scored as a single-class race, leaving the egos at the dock and letting everyone just go out on the water for a beautiful evening of sailing.
My wife Shelagh, her father Charlie, and I took to the water on a borrowed J/70 and we could not have asked for a more pleasant race— it was all shorts and bare feet with the occasional refreshing splash of water over the deck. A beautiful northwesterly wind took us around the course, and other than a few shi y tacks under the bridge, it was smooth sailing. The picture in my mind of the kite run to the nish as the sun set behind the city will undoubtedly stick with me for a long time. To anyone who enjoys sailboat racing in beautiful conditions, put the Moonlight Race on your calendar for next year!
While on the topic of whimsical Salish Sea summer races, we cannot fail to mention the venerable Paci c International Ton Championship, or as we call it today, PITCH. Hosted by our friends to the north at the Bellingham Yacht Club, the regatta has been a mainstay on the Northwest racing calendar for nearly half a century and continues to deliver the great racing and good times that it is known for.
This year's event brought boats out of the woodwork, elding three separate handicap eets racing PHRF and an ever-growing, J/70 one-design eet comprising a mix of boats from Orcas Island and the Seattle eets.
The weekend kicked o with a beautiful day of racing in the picture-perfect Bellingham Bay
breeze, and all eets got four races on the board. Sunday was a di erent kind of fun, with the heavy breeze making for challenging conditions and pushing sailors well beyond their comfort zones but rewarding those that could keep their heads screwed on straight.
At the end of the regatta, Andrew Loe took the top step of the podium in the J/70 eet with an impressive 13 points out of nine races for the series in a hugely competitive eet, notably taking the win in the nal four races of the weekend in heavy air conditions. In PHRF 1, Dave Stephan and his crew onboard the dialed-in Beneteau 36.7 Vitesse put on a fantastic demonstration of consistency and an absolute masterclass of how to sail in Bellingham Bay, bringing home seven wins out of seven races. PHRF 2 was a tight-fought battle with Orcas Island legend Betsy Wareham taking the win over the crew aboard the equally legendary Santa Cruz 27 vessel, Wild Rumpus PHRF 3 saw another dominating performance by Gabe Hill on his San Juan 24 Juan Solo. He racked up a row of rst places that set him a step above the rest of the scrappy eet of San Juans and an ubercool international Folkboat.
The slogan for PITCH is “come for the wind, stay for the party,” and this year's event embodied the absolute essence of what it is all about—fantastic wind and fantastic competition in a fantastic venue hosted by one of the most welcoming yacht clubs in the region. It's no wonder that this regatta has that special something that is o en imitated but rarely duplicated.
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The Dark Side
Crafted with an alluring mix of aquavit, white vermouth, Aperol, and bright citrus, this Icelandic-inspired cocktail will brighten up even the darkest of fall days.
If you’ve ever visited Reykjavík, Iceland, in the winter, you know the sun doesn’t come up. It’s virtually 24 hours of darkness. Sometimes it can feel like that here in the Paci c Northwest—when the sunshine declines and the chill and rain appear. But no need to get discouraged. With summer and frequent boating in our rearview mirror, now is the perfect time to enjoy the “24 Hours of Darkness” cocktail. Inspired by the land of ice and re, this crisp, savory, and palate cleansing drink is featured in my book: A Bartender’s Guide to the World: Stories and Cocktails from 75 Places, which I assembled with master mixologist Lauren Mote. Apart from Icelandic beer and white Russians, aquavit is quite popular with Icelanders. It’s a delicious liquor from Scandinavia with di erent styles across the Nordic nations and Iceland. The dry, distilled spirit is avored with caraway and sometimes dill and coriander, making it an ideal companion to the white vermouth, Aperol, and citrus that rounds out this mid-proof cocktail. You can also dress up the drink in a dark moody glass to celebrate the ghouls and goblins that will pay us a visit on Halloween night.
24 Hours of Darkness
Makes 1 cocktail
¾ ounce white vermouth
¾ ounce aquavit
¾ ounce Aperol
¾ ounce fresh grapefruit juice
¼ ounce fresh lemon juice
2 dashes grapefruit bitters
Garnish: grapefruit twist
To a shaker ﬁlled with ice, add the vermouth, aquavit, Aperol, grapefruit juice, lemon juice, and bitters. With some force, shake hard for 5 seconds. Using a small ﬁne-mesh bar sieve to catch the loose ice chips, double strain into a rocks glass ﬁlled with ice. For the garnish, remove a nice piece of peel from a washed grapefruit. Using a paring knife, trim the edge of the peel on all sides. Then twist to express the oil over the cocktail, drop the peel into the glass, and serve.
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Discover the stunning island destinations of ailand, where adventurous, cultural, and relaxing pursuits all meet to create an unforgettable charter expedition.
Beautiful azure waters; lush green rainforests; white sandy beaches: Navigate the rich tapestry of Thailand’s island treasures, where each destination invites you to embrace adventure, culture, wildlife, and relaxation. On this voyage, your private yacht becomes a gateway to experiences that will forever linger in your heart.
Begin your voyage on Phuket Island, a verdant rainforest paradise nestled in the Andaman Sea. Explore the isle’s diverse coastline, which boasts some of Thailand's most renowned beaches along the western shores. An exploration of Phuket Island also reveals its alluring dual nature, with the western and southern coastlines adorned with vibrant resorts and captivating beaches, while the northern and eastern ends o er authentic traditional enclaves that showcase rural life and charming shing villages. With over 30 idyllic beaches, a plethora of leisure activities, and a vibrant dining and nightlife scene, Phuket Island invites you to indulge in opulent relaxation and exhilarating pursuits.
Phi Phi Enchantment
Venture further to the Phi Phi Islands, a legendary archipelago located between Phuket and the Malaccan coastline of Thailand’s mainland. Comprising six enchanting islands, the main isle stands as a hub of activity, featuring exquisite dining, pulsating nightlife, and captivating beachfront experiences. The Phi Phi Islands have graced the silver screen (to name a few: "The Beach" starring Leonardo DiCaprio; James Bond movies; and "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith") and captivated travelers’ hearts with their natural allure. Witness dramatic cli s emerging from the sea, lush jungles, and a laid-back ambiance. Whether by boat or exploration, the Phi Phi Islands promise a tranquil escape from the ordinary.
Satisfy your inner adventurer with an array of heart-pounding activities. In the birthplace of Thai rock climbing—the Phi Phi Islands—ascend scenic cli s that cater to all skill levels. Embark on a ziplining escapade, soaring over Phuket’s lush forests for a bird’s-eye view of paradise. Plunge into the crystal clear waters
for an intimate snorkeling encounter with vibrant marine life, surrounded by Thailand’s breathtaking aquatic wonderland.
For wildlife enthusiasts, Thailand’s treasures await. Immerse yourself in the Green Elephant Sanctuary, observing majestic elephants in their natural habitat. Monkey Hill o ers playful encounters with indigenous monkeys, showcasing their free-spirited antics. At Tiger Kingdom, experience the unimaginable by interacting with awe-inspiring tigers while gaining insight into their world. For a compassionate connection, the Soi Dog Foundation welcomes you to engage with rescued animals and learn about their inspiring mission.
Thailand's cultural tapestry unfolds through majestic sights: Marvel at the towering Big Buddha of Phuket, a symbol of serenity, or explore Wat Chalong, Phuket’s most revered Buddhist temple, a testament to spirituality and intricate design.
Indulge in tranquility at Phuket's Red Mountain Golf Course, a captivating course harmonizing with the natural terrain, o ering both challenge and scenic beauty. For a more serene aquatic experience, embark on a private kayaking tour, taking the time to delve into sea caves and circumnavigate the iconic island. This gorgeous spot rst found its way onto the international tourist map through its starring role in the James Bond movie, "The Man with the Golden Gun." A distinctive trait of its famous bay is the number of sheer limestone cli s that vertically jut out of the emerald-green water. Or, if a leisurely exploration appeals more to you, unveil Thailand's hidden oases on a bicycle tour, immersing yourself in picturesque surroundings.
Lori Eastes is thrilled to be on the team at Worth Avenue Yachts because chartering private yacht vacations combines everything she loves: party planning, travel, and boats. With a background in hospitality, Lori is committed to providing an unparalleled experience for her clients. To chat with Lori about making your yacht vacation a reality, give her a call at 206.209.1920
For more local intel on chartering a yacht in Thailand and navigating the fascinating landscape, scan the QR code here to watch Worth Avenue Yachts’ latest webinar on the subject.
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