The popular Downtown Sailing Series out of Elliott Bay Marina exemplifies what is best about summer sailing on Puget Sound. Contributor Doug Hansen offers an insider’s look at one of Seattle’s most conspicuous sailing events.
Coupeville, the heart of the U.S.A.’s only National Historical Reserve, is a salty, B&B kind of town tucked in Penn Cove of Whidbey Island, Washington. Read on for info on the sites, food, and moorage.
Watermakers can be an important addition to any vessel, especially the boats that chase the horizon to places with scarce or untreated drinking sources. We turn to the industry experts at S3 Maritime for some advice about watermakers.