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Jun 23 2021

Reminder…Registration Tags Due June 30th

All Washington State boat registration tags are due June 30th.   During the first week of July, the Department of Licensing (DOL) will upgrade its driver, vehicle, and vessel licensing system. Most online and in-person services will be unavailable during the update.  Get more details here….

Renew your boat registration by June 30 or risk being stranded in early July

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Jun 09 2021

WA360 Paddle/Peddle/Sail race around Puget Sound

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….with no motors allowed!  This race started this past Monday and has a 2 week time limit.  It was created in lieu of the Race to Alaska that has been so popular the last couple years (but temp cancelled till Canada opens).

This is 360 miles around the sound, Port Townsend, Olympia, Bellingham, Point Roberts and back to PT.  Read more and follow the boats here…

Follow WA360 | Northwest Maritime Center (nwmaritime.org)

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Jun 05 2021

World Oceans Day

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June 8th is World Oceans Day, reminding us that we all need to do our part to reduce the plastic we use and to always practice good environmental stewardship!  As boaters, the ocean is our backyard, and our playground and just like we wouldn’t want to see plastic bottles and trash while hiking in the woods, we don’t want to have it in our waters, either.

Responsible Environmental Suggestions

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Jun 02 2021

plunder

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Monday another vehicle in the Shilshole parking lot got burglarized and had it`s catalytic converter stolen. We are under siege. The port has options available to combat this scourge but has not taken them.
Nor will they until we the tenants make it uncomfortable for the commissioners and the staff. One option is to salt the parking lot with the cars most targeted by catalytic converter thieves. Equip those cars with silent alarms connected to receivers in the Ports security vehicles.
The other option is to file claims against the Ports insurance carrier. The price we pay for moorage implicitly includes security for our personal property. Make the price of ignoring security for our vehicles expensive enough for the port and they will take steps to control they’re cost.
I will welcome other suggestions to this forum. Thanks. Dan Kruzich.

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Jun 01 2021

Going Cruising this Summer?

Don’t forget to ..

  • notify the marina office if you are subletting your slip
  • let the office know what car is yours and where you should park while you are gone (maybe leave a key with a neighbor in case it has to be moved)
  • make sure your car registration tabs don’t expire while you are away-you could get towed!
  • of course, make sure your boat has it’s 2022 registration stickers on it (they are due by June 30th)

Have a great summer!

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