Jan 18 2019

Emergency Preparedness

Last night there was a presentation at CYC from the City of Seattle Dept of Emergency Preparation.  About 30 marina residents and a couple Sunset West condo residents attended and were given an overview of what to do to prepare yourself for a major earthquake here at Shilshole.  Tsunamis are what most people think of, but with the location of Shilshole this far down the Salish Sea, we most likely will see a surge or higher than normal water levels-no crashing rolling tsunami wave.

What is more likely to happen is landslides… Continue Reading »

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Jan 12 2019

Port/Dock Captain Meeting Postponed til Feb

The meeting has been postponed awaiting details from Port Administration re restroom construction updates.  Please watch here and on the gates for updates.

This is your opportunity to hear the latest updates from the Port regarding security, construction, proposed changes, and any other issues concerning Shilshole Marina.  All dock captains are required to attend and all marina tenants are welcome!

The 2019 Port/Dock Captain Meetings will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on
  • February TBD
  • March TBD
  • June TBD
  • September TBD
at Corinthian Yacht Club, Shilshole Bay Marina, V Dock.

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Jan 10 2019

Caffe Fioré is now Fiore Sunset Hill, opens 1/14

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from MyBallard….

The long wait is over: Fiore Sunset Hill will opens its doors on Monday, Jan. 14 at 6am. (at the top of the Golden Gardens stairs at 32 and 85th.)

The cafe is reopening after more than a year hiatus, caused by a fire in 2017 that also badly damaged their neighbors, Cocina Esperanza. It’s rebranded — Caffe Fioré is now Fiore Sunset Hill, independently owned by Deming Maclise and different from the other three Caffe Fiorés, which are now owned and operated by Caffe Vita.

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Jan 08 2019

Ship Canal Bridges Extended Closures

The Coast Guard has issued a temporary deviation from the operating schedule that governs three Seattle Department of Transportation bridges: the Ballard Bridge (LLNR 18180), mile 1.1, the Fremont Bridge (LLNR 18182), mile 2.6, and the University Bridge (LLNR 18235), mile 4.3,all crossing the Lake Washington Ship Canal in Seattle, WA. The deviation is necessary to accommodate highway traffic during the closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct and prior to opening the SR-99 Tunnel. This deviation authorizes the three subject bridges to not open to marine vessels, less than 1000 tons, unless the vessel has in tow a vessel of 1000 or more gross tons, from 0001 on 11 Jan 2019 to 2359 on 09 Feb 2019. The hours to not open the three subject bridges to marine vessels are from 0700 to 1000 and from 1530 to 1900 seven days per week.

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Jan 01 2019

Happy New Year!

Here’s wishing you and your family good health,

prosperity, and peace in 2019!

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