Sep 27 2018

Bus Service on Seaview

If you are interested…PLEASE get involved and complete the survey!

Seaview Ave residents lobbying for regular bus service


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Sep 12 2018

Port/Dock Captain meeting notes

Last Tuesday was the quarterly meeting where the Shilshole Marina and Port of Seattle staff share with the Dock Captains and moorage tenants the latest security and construction updates.  Here are some notes…

Notes from Port-Dock Captain Mtg 9-11-18

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Sep 09 2018

Summer Cruising Draws to a Close…

Welcome back and hope you all had a great summer!

Please tell us about your travels…what worked, what didn’t, where to go, what to avoid.   There are lots of new boat owners in our marina that are dreaming of places to go and things to do!  Everyone that has been out this summer has stories to tell.

Did you cruise South Sound or head north to the San Juan’s/Gulf Islands/Desolation Sound?  Was the Canadian fire smoke an issue for you? …and how would you avoid it next year?  Was water difficult to find?  How about cell coverage?  Tips for clearing Customs?  Share your thoughts and helpful internet links that will encourage others to get out and use their boat!

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Aug 24 2018

Race Your House!

Published by under Liveaboard Topics

Here’s a chance to put away the flower pots, roll up the floor mats and take your “house” for a spin.  It’s a fun “race” around the buoys open to all liveaboard sailboats. There is no entry fee, and you don’t have to have any racing experience. There’s a party the night before to explain the rules and meet your neighbors.

..and there’s plenty of time to plan ahead!

Sign up to race

Race Your House Rules

Race Your House Photos

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Aug 19 2018

E-dock Rock the dock/Movie night

Published by under Liveaboard Topics

Sunday, E dock had an open-mic night followed by a movie at sunset!  Several boaters on the dock provided singing, guitar, keyboard and harmonica talent for our neighbors’ enjoyment.  At 8pm, everyone went home, grabbed a bite to eat, warm clothes and a chair and at sunset we rear-projected the movie Captain Ron on a screen on the back of a powerboat.  Popcorn was served and about 20 people attended..some by dinghy. Great fun had by all!

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