TrawlerFest Anacortes 2015

Date(s) - May 12th 2015 - May 17th 2015
All Day

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Trawler Fest is PassageMaker’s stand-alone series of boat shows, specifically designed for cruising enthusiasts. Strategically located in key cruising regions nationwide, TrawlerFests feature an impressive in-water selection of new and pre-owned cruising powerboats, first-class education and demonstrations, the latest in marine products & services, and opportunities to share cruising adventures with fellow cruisers, industry experts and your favorite PassageMaker editors.

TrawlerFest is more than a boat show; it’s where industry, education, and community come together in a relaxed, rendezvous-type atmosphere. TrawlerFest is an experience you simply won’t want to miss!

Join us May 12 – 17 in Anacortes, Washington, for the second TrawlerFest stop of 2015 as the heads to the Pacific Northwest!

Boat Show Hours: Thursday – Saturday 10am – 5pm

Sunday 10am -3pm


Port of Anacortes

1019 Q Ave #C

Anacortes, WA 98221

Ticket Information:

General Admission: $15 in advance, $18 on site

Seminars (2 hour): $50 in advance, $60 on site

NOTE: Purchase of a seminar ticket includes general admission to boat show for day of seminar.

The highly popular VIP PACKAGE includes:

  • General Admission to all four (4) days of TrawlerFest’s in-water boat show
  • Unlimited access to seminars (Diesel Engine course is NOT available as part of the VIP package)
  • Entry for one (1) to Thursday’s night event
  • Entry for one (1) to Friday’s night event
  • Retail: $600

*Discounted Price: $375 (you save nearly 40%) On site VIP tickets are $425

(Lunch is NOT included with ticket purchase)

Rendezvous: Be sure to check out the SOCIAL tab to register for our rendezvous-style social events including the Trawlers at Twilight and the TrawlerFest Dinner & A Movie.

For information about TrawlerFest call our dedicated number 954.703.4789 or email us at

Daily schedule and registration is open!

Stay tuned to the page and as we constantly update this page with more details and seminars.

Click here to read a recap of last year’s Anacortes Event.


TrawlerFest Two-day Seminar
$450.00 (or $540 day of) Includes lunch
Tuesday and Wednesday, May 12 – 138:30am – 5:30pm (Both Days)
Presented by: Nigel Calder, Steve Zimmerman and Engine Manufacturers
Lead presenters are the dream team of Nigel Calder, author of Marine Diesel Engines, and Steve Zimmerman, owner of four boatyards and with four decades of experience in marine engines and systems. The first day begins with basic theory, troubleshooting and maintenance in the morning. In the afternoon the class breaks into groups and rotates between three engine stations for hands-on work. Day two will continue with hands-on training and then focus on common engine problems seen in the boatyard, repowering, powertrain issues (from couplings to propellers), more hands-on with a session on electrical system troubleshooting with multi-meters, and generator installations, including critical safety issues related to AC systems. A factory rep will explain what government emissions regs mean for the consumer. There will be a session on modern software-based maintenance. The class ends with all the presenters on stage for panel discussion and audience Q&A. Class size limited to 36.
TrawlerFest One-day (& Equivalent) Seminars
$225.00 (includes lunch)
Wednesday, May 13, 8:30am – 5:30pm
Presented by: Mark Bunzel, Bob Duthie and Steve Zimmerman
Cruising guide author Mark Bunzel and PassageMaker contributor Steve Zimmerman join Bob Duthie, author of What To Expect Cruising America’s Great Loop to present a complete two-year strategy for taking your boat to the East Coast, cruising the Intracoastal Waterway and Great Loop, along with a fabulous side-cruise to the Bahamas. Bunzel and Zimmerman will compare and contrast the East Coast waterways to the familiar waters of the Pacific Northwest as well as discuss boat transport options, whether by ship or overland.

Thursday & Friday, May 14 – 15, 8:30am – 12:30pm (Both Mornings)
Presented by: Dylan Bailey, George Buehler, Sam Devlin, Brian Krantz, Jeremy Paulus, and Steve Zimmerman
Never before at TrawlerFest-Anacortes has there been a course for consumers that addresses so many facets of boat-buying, beginning literally from the bottom up. The day begins with a discussion of why hull form matters with legendary boatbuilder George Buehler of Diesel Duck fame. PassageMaker Troubleshooter columnist and boatyard guru Steve Zimmerman talks about fiberglass construction. Dylan Bailey, steel boatbuilder and surveyor, briefs the audience on the merits of metal, and the morning ends with a discussion of epoxy/wood boat building with one of its greatest practitioners, Sam Devlin. The next day Krantz will talk about yacht brokers and elements of a good contract. Jeremy Paulus of the Boat Insurance Agency joins advise on how to choose the right cruising policy. Zimmerman and Bailey will discuss how to choose the rightsurveyors and  Then we will have conduct a panel discussion, beginning with the KIS principle—keep it simple—and how the failure to do so can throw a boat deal off the rails. The seminar ends the panel engaging the audience in a Q&A format. Taken together, the advice from these experts could save you thousands of dollars.

Saturday & Sunday, May 16 – 17, 8:30am – 12:30pm (Both Mornings)
Presented by: Bob Sweet
On the first morning Bob Sweet, author of Powerboat Handling Illustrated takes attendees through the theory of close-quarters maneuvering, docking and other piloting techniques. On the second morning the class breaks into four groups of five. Two groups will board two different boats for on-the-water training with instructor-captains, the other two will receive on the dock instruction from Sweet in knot work and line-handling. Half way through the morning the groups on the water will switch with their counterparts on the docks. Class size limited to 20.
TrawlerFest 4-Hour Seminars
$100.00 (Includes General Admission)
Wednesday, May 138:30am – 12:30pm
Presented by: Lee Chesneau
Weather and how to get one’s forecast is a big topic, so we’ve decided to hone in on the need-to-know basics. In practical Weather,・Lee Chesneau, veteran mariner and former forecaster for the U.S. Navy and National Weather Service, explains basic weather terminology and concepts such as temperature, wind and pressure and cloud identification. He then reviews all the different free and paid ways to get weather forecasts on a boat. Everything from OCENS and Sirius, and the services provided by MFD-makers, explaining which is best for what set of cruising circumstances and what they cost. This includes a briefing on GRIB files and how to use them.

Friday, May 158:30am – 12:30pm
Presented by: Denny Emory
An emergency situation at sea is most often read about in the press; or, watched on theTV in the comfort of one’s home. Voyager and safety expert Denny Emory will address what determines a true emergency situation; how to react onboard; and, what to anticipate. Planning and preparation come into play in the event of a emergency situation and how to summon help. He will present an overview of the safety gear now available on the market and how to decide what you need, including whether you should carry a liferaft. He will show you a typical “ditch bag.” Using personal experiences and reports of actual events, Emory brings this important topic to life in a way that may save yours.
TrawlerFest 2-Hour Seminars



Thursday, May 14, 2015 8:30am-10:30am

Presented By: Bob Sweet

Bob Sweet, author of Powerboat Handling Illustrated, The Instant Handbook of Boat Handling, Navigation, and Seamanship (co-author), The Weekend Navigator, and Onboard Weather Forecasting, argues that anchoring is not an exact science. He says there are many variables including the location, seas, bottom conditions, winds, and more. It’s a subject where we are constantly learning. What is the best anchor for a specific situation? How many and what should we carry? What techniques work best and when? Attending this seminar will arm you with an appreciation of a range of anchors you might consider, including modern designs, and how best to deploy them. You will be more confident in your anchorage.




Thursday, May 14, 2015 8:30am-10:30am

Presented By: Jeff Merrill

With more than 14,000 miles at sea on trawlers, Jeff Merrill has run nonstop for days on end, transitioning from dusk to night to dawn. His seminar will shed some light on what you can do to become more comfortable when it is your time to stand watch or do an engine room check at sea in the night. We will review engine room checks, standing watch, watch schedules and basic navigation and electronics monitoring and how these chores are carried out during the night. This seminar will include time to swap some sea stories and some helpful handouts will be provided.





Thursday, May 14, 2015 10:45am-12:45pm

Presented By: Mark Bunzel

Few other cruising destinations rival the Inside Passage to Southeast Alaska. Where else can you find incredible panoramic vistas, calving ice blue glaciers, bald eagles galore, bears on the beach or whales just a few hundred yards away. Add to this the ability to catch fresh salmon, halibut or prawns. All of this is in a relatively protected cruising ground with just two short open ocean crossings. For many this is the trip of a lifetime, others return again and again to take in all the varied and exciting destinations SE Alaska offers. This seminar will tally how you can make the trip in your boat, or even in a bareboat charter or flotilla. We will overview how to prepare and what is required. The preferred routes up through British Columbia will be covered and were to go in SE Alaska once you get to Ketchikan. WE will touch on planning for weather and the tides and currents too.




Friday, May 15, 2015 8:30am-10:30am

Presented By: Bob Sweet

Bob Sweet, author of GPS for Mariners, The Weekend Navigator and Using GPS, likes to say that navigation is not your only task while out on the water, so it is essential that it be simple, effective, and accurate. He says marine navigation is fundamentally different from your car navigation system. Attending this seminar, written by the guy who wrote the book on navigation, you will learn techniques and tips that will make your navigation an enjoyable part of your voyage. You will also gain a new level of confidence in your skills.




Friday, May 15, 2015 8:30am-10:30am

Presented By: Steve Zimmerman

How should a thru hull and seacock be installed? What kind of stuffing box should I have…traditional, bellow, or lip seal? How can I tell if corrosion is happening and how can I prevent it?  Should a check valve be installed in the bilge pump hose?  These are the kinds of questions that will be answered in this class. This seminar will focus on the critical hidden hardware that keeps you afloat. Participants will learn how each component functions, proper installation requirements, and how to inspect and maintain the components. Topics include valves, seacocks, thru-hulls, packing glands/stuffing boxes, and bilge pumps. Examples of each item will be available for participants to see and handle. The knowledge that you gain could dwarf the price of admissions in savings if it helps you prevent catastrophe.



Friday, May 15, 2015 10:45am-12:45pm

Presented By: Jeff Merrill

Think resale! Jeff Merrill, CPYB, has been selling cruising sailboats and trawlers for over 20 years and has discovered some of the secrets diligent trawler owners use to reflect great care and attention. Whether your boat is new to you or you have enjoyed her for years there are common secrets and tips to successful trawler maintenance and organization that will be shared by viewing photos and through descriptions of real life examples. Learn what you can do to keep your trawler shipshape and how pride of ownership. This seminar will include a tip sharing session and helpful handouts.



Saturday, May 16, 2015, 8:30am-10:30am

Presented By: Denny Emory

Denny Emory of provides the formula to prepare yourself for almost any medical emergency. He will cover sources of Information, first aid kits, medical manuals, medical equipment and supplies, prescription medications, over-the-counter medical supplies, first aid and medical training, communication; 24/7 tele-med support, personal crew responsibilities and pets on board




Saturday, May 16, 2015, 10:45am-12:45pm

Presented By: Craig Parkhurst

This seminar will provide details on the failure point of several common overlooked systems and equipment.  In addition, we will walk through the maintenance procedures, tools, and techniques required to complete this maintenance and discuss basic troubleshooting techniques associated with these failures.  Seminar is reliant on customer participation and maintenance questions and insight are always welcome. 




Sunday, May 17, 2015, 8:30am-10:30am

Presented By: Brian Krantz

Why do we boat? Brian Krantz who is an experienced Sea Cave Kayak guide, has made ocean crossings in his kayak, sometimes in the middle of the night. Also an accomplished towing and salvage vessel captain thinks that it is adventure.  Many of the people he has meet have lived exciting and challenging lives and when they turn to the ocean to get away from the rat race are also looking for challenge excitement and adventure!  He believes some of the most fun in boating is learning the skills to be able to safely navigate some of the most treacherous ocean events there are, right here in our own Inside Passage.  Come along and join the conversation with Brian as he gets a little politically (maritime politics) incorrect with advice about safety gear as well as gives you tips on not only what is dangerous but how to experience those things safely.




Sunday, May 17, 2015, 10:45am-12:45pm

Presented By: Brian Krantz

Have you ever experienced the time warp of walking from and electronics store into a marine store?  It can be as if you took a step back in time!  There is a reason for this and a fun and politically (maritime politics) incorrect discussion as to the evolution of cruising as we know it.  In this seminar, broker and boat guy extraordinaire Brian Krantz pushes the envelope on what you can do and challenges long held maritime beliefs in a way that is fresh, exciting, refreshing and sometimes gets a little rowdy. Come in, bring your old ideas and new ideas and lets put them all to the test. The future of boating starts here and it what is happening is exciting because it enables us to do have more fun, more adventure and be more safe!




Sunday, May 17, 2015, 10:45am-12:45pm

Presented By: Craig Parkhurst

We will analyze typical maintenance tasks and highlight those items that an average boater can handle and what should be left to the professionals.  For those DIY tasks, we will review some of the common tools and resources required to complete them safely and correctly.  In addition, we will review the common approaches to maintenance and how to become more predictive in your approaches in an effort to reduce failure rates, increase longevity, and extend maintenance intervals.



Saturday, May 16, 2015, 8:30am-10:30am

Presented By: Dylan Bailey

Dylan Bailey, boatbuilder and son of a boatbuilder, is a man with brine in his blood. As a surveyor specializing in metal construction and editor of Metal Boat Quarterly, Bailey is a leading authority on steel and aluminum boatbuilding. There are many advantages to metal construction, including the ability to survive most groundings and collisions. There are a wealth of designs that lend themselves to metal, but quality of construction varies widely in the marketplace. Bailey will discuss how to spot potential problems and conduct your own pre offer inspection when you view a metal boat. After you have your offer accepted, the most important thing to do when buying a metal boat is hiring a capable marine surveyor. He will discuss what inspection tools are used and how a marine survey of a metal boat should be performed.



Thursday, May 14, 2015, 10:45am-12:45pm

Presented By: Rick Edel, USPS

Many boaters are now using iPads, or other tablets, and smartphones as sources or backups for navigation – and for other boating information. In this seminar you will see many different APPs demonstrated that cover the spectrum of those available. Some APPs offer comprehensive navigation functionality, that is, chartplotter-like capability, others will be simpler. Some will offer integrated tides and currents, AIS, and other utilities that are useful while underway. An iPad will be the primary demonstration device.  Whether you have a tablet already or are thinking of purchasing one, this talk will help you sort out what is available to you and how effective they are. Handouts will include lists of available APPs for boaters



Saturday, May 16, 2015, 10:45am-12:45pm

Presented By: William Badgeley, USPS

Cruise confidently in coastal waters, secure in your knowledge of tidal conditions.  Even if you are an inland boater, you may travel to an area where knowing about tides and tidal currents is important.  Discover what causes the tides to rise and fall and what causes the currents to flow. Learn where to find sources of information about tides and tidal currents, simple ways to predict height of tide and speed of current flow and how to use both print and electronic tide tables.  Learn about how tides and currents affect your boat’s performance from experienced coastal boaters. Topics include:

    • Causes and effects of tides and currents
    • Predict the time of highest tide before it begins to fall
    • Predict the vertical movement of the water
    • Safely navigate low tide
    • Determine the speed of the current and when it reaches maximum flood
    • Deal with mean high and low water
    • Use NOAA charts and tables
    • Factor in tides and currents when anchoring




Friday, May 15, 2015, 3:30pm-5:30pm

Presented By: Many Presenters
TrawlerFest Anacortes’ only afternoon seminar during the boat show will be a town-hall event. In it, our panel of veteran cruisers will field audience questions on a wide-range of topics, sea stories resulting. Circumnavigator Bruce Kessler can discuss what it’s like to spend months and months treading bluewater. Surveyor Dylan Bailey is a veteran cruiser who learned to build boats with his father. Offshore mariner Denny Emory is expert on offshore emergencies and medicine. Mark Bunzel publishes the authoritative North West cruising guides and leads rallies to Alaska. Brian Krantz is a leading area broker, cruiser and all-around boat guy, and Steve Zimmerman can discuss repairs and boatyards from the point of view of both a cruiser and boatyard owner. Former PassageMaker Editor Peter Swanson will moderate and occasionally throw in his two cents.



TrawlerFest Demos

These are FREE demos from our sponsors that will be on going during the show. Make sure you don’t miss them!!

Thursday, May 14

1:30-2:45 USPS – Crossing the Canada Border

The cruising season is about to start for this year. The United States has over 95,000 miles of coastline and 350 ports of entry. Many of these ports and a portion of the coastline are shared with our immediate neighbors, Canada. The objective of this demo is to introduce boaters to the process of moving between countries by private boat. The demo explains the immigration and customs process and the programs that enable boaters to easily cross into Canada and other nations.

1:30-2:15 AMERICAN DIESEL- Questions and Answers to understand the Marine Diesel

Industry icon, Bob Smith, the “father of the Ford Lehman” and owner of American Diesel, will cover the fundamentals of diesel engine maintenance and take questions from audience members.

2:30-3:15 INTELLIAN- Satellites; TV & Communicaiton: How to get both aboard

Intellian’s, Paul Comyns, a leading expert in satellite communication, will discuss the latest in satellite communication technology and options for keeping you connected wherever you cruise.

3:30-4:15 VETUS-MAXWELL- Hands on Anchor and Windlass Demonstration

In this hands on workshop Will Vrooman, from Vetus-Maxwell, will demonstrate proper operation, maintenance and troubleshooting techniques for your anchor/windlass system. Students will have a unique opportunity to identify the various components and practice on an actual working system.

Friday, May 15

1:30-2:15: JOHN DEERE- John Deere Trawler Solutions Seminar

(Free John Deere hat for attendees)

For over 15 years cascade engine center has provided customized John Deere engine packages to builders like Nordhavn, Kadey Krogen, and Dashew. 2014 marked the 10 year anniversary of the EPA marine engine regulations. We will review the transition of Deere marine engines to the new Tier 3 models that are now available. We will include an overview of Deer engine ratings and selection including John Deere installation criteria, new break in procedures, engine operation, coolants, and engine oil. Questions are encouraged.

2:30-3:15: SEA MAGAZINE- An Update on Lithium Ion Battery Technology

This seminar will focus on the newest Lithium battery technology and will explain how these batteries are built and why hey cost so much initially. It will also discuss, how, over the long run they are very economical and how they are currently being recycled when they are past their useful life as motive power. There will also be a discussion related to Lithium Ion technology in outboard motors, including the Campion 180 HP e-Fusion, currently the worlds most powerful all electric outboard.

3:30-4:15: VETUS-MAXWELL- Hands-on Anchor and Windlass Demonstration

In this hands on workshop Will Vrooman, from Vetus-Maxwell, will demonstrate proper operation, maintenance and troubleshooting techniques for your anchor/windlass system. Students will have a unique opportunity to identify the various components and practice on an actual working system.

Saturday, May 16

2:30-3:15 ROCNA ANCHORS- Anchoring in the Pacific Northwest, Tips and Techniques

Mark Pocock of Rocna Anchors will present an overview of anchoring techniques and technology, with an emphasis on the conditions and challenges to be found in the Pacific Northwest. While many of the traditional approaches to anchoring remain applicable, the advanced performance characteristics new generation anchors can require some modification of anchoring procedures. Attending this seminar will provide an arsenal of anchoring techniques, an appreciation of the benefits offered by modern anchors, and some tips on how to achieve the best performance from these highly engineered designs.

3:30-4:15 VETUS-MAXWELL- Hands on Anchor and Windlass Demonstration

In this hands on workshop, Will Vrooman, from Vetus-Maxwell, will demonstrate proper operation, maintenance and troubleshooting techniques for your anchor/windlass system. Students will have a unique opportunity to identify the various components and practice on an actual working system.



Driving Directions

Located on Fidalgo Island, Anacortes is conveniently situated halfway between Seattle and Vancouver BC.

Seattle – Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is just an hour and a half away!

  • From I-5, take Exit #230 (Hwy 20 West)
  • Continue Hwy 20 West, proceed straight through Hwy 20 Spur light (sign “Anacortes – San Juan Ferry”) (12.0 miles)
  • Turn right at light onto R Avenue (2.7 miles)
  • Continue around curves (street becomes Q Avenue )
  • Cross the light at 17th Street
  • Cap Sante Marina is on the right.


Majestic Inn & Spa: 360.299.1400

419 Commerical Ave Anacortes, WA 98221

Sunrise Inn Villas & Suites: 360.293.8833

905 20th St. Anacortes, WA 98221

Marina Inn: 360.293.3545

3300 Commercial Ave Anacortes, WA 98221

Ship Harbor Inn: 360.293.5177

5316 Ferry Terminal Rd Anacortes, WA 98221

Anacortes Inn: 360.293.3153

3006 Commerical Ave Anacortes, WA 98221

Anaco Bay Inn: 360.299.3320

916 33rd St. Anacortes, WA 98221

Fidalgo Country Inn: 360.293.3494

7645 WA-20 Anacortes, WA 98221

San Juan Motel: 360.293.5105

1103 6th St. Anacortes, WA 98221

Islands Inn: 360.293.4644

3401 Commerical Ave Anacortes, WA 98221

Cap Sante Inn: 360.293.0602

906 9th St. Anacortes, WA 98221


TrawlerFest In-Water Exhibitors

Check back often as we continue to update this list periodically.

2015 National Sponsors
Signature Yacht Sales, INC Display Boat(s): Swift Trawler 34, Swift Trawler 44 Website:
Chuck Hovey Yachts Display Boat(s): Fleming 55, Jenkins 56 Website:
Nordhavn Yachts Display Boat(s): Nordhavn 43 Website:
2015 Regional Sponsors
Hampton Yacht Group Display Boat(s): Endurance 658 Website:
Alexander Marine USA
Display Boat(s): Grand Banks Aleutian 53, Nordlund PH 68, Ocean Alexander Pilothouse 58, Ocean Alexander 60 Website:
Aspen Power Catamarans
Display Boat(s): Aspen C90, Aspen C100, Aspen C111 *NEW MODEL* Website:
North Pacific Yachts
Display Boat(s): North Pacific PH 45 Website:
Denison Yacht Sales
Display Boat(s): Selene 36, Beneteau Barracuda Website:
Ocean Trawler Yachts
Display Boat(s): Selene 47, Sea Horse 52, Selene 43
NW Explorations
Display Boat(s): Fleming 55, Nordlund PH 67 Website:
Kadey-Krogen Yachts
Display Boat(s): Krogen 48 AE, Krogen 44 AE, Krogen 48 Website:
Wendon Manufacturing
Display Boat(s): Wendon 60, Wendon 73 Website:
Island Marine Center
Display Boat(s): Ocean Sport Roamer 30 Website:
NW Yachtnet
Display Boat(s): Fathom 43, Nordic Tug 37 Website:
AAA Yacht Finders
Display Boat(s): Selene 59 Website:
Heritage Yacht Sales
Display Boat(s): Elling E4 Website:
Fraser Yacht Sales
Display Boat(s): Azimut Magellano 45 Website:
Nordic Yachts Northwest
Display Boat(s): Ranger Tug 31 Website:
Gateway Yachts
Display Boat(s): Nordic Tug 39 Website:
Specialty Yachts
Display Boat(s): Marlow Mainship 31E, Marlow Mainship 37 Website:
Waterline Boats
Display Boat(s): Mariner 37 PH, Helmsman Trawler 43 PH *NEW* Website:
Selene Yachts Northwest
Display Boat(s): Selene 42 Europa, Ranger Tug 29 Website:
Stan Miller Yachts
Display Boat(s): Grand Banks 47 Website:
Ranger Tugs
Display Boat(s): Ranger R31 Command Bridge, Ranger R31 Sedan, Ranger R29, Ranger R27, Ranger R25 Website:
Cutwater Boats
Display Boat(s): Cutwater 30 Sedan, Cutwater 28, Cutwater 26 Website:
Fairhaven Yacht Sales
Display Boat(s): Tollycraft Pilothouse 61 Website:
Crow’s Nest Yachts
Display Boat(s): Arcturos 50 Website:
Sea Change Yachts
Display Boat(s): American Marine (GB) Alaskan 46 Website:
Bellingham Yacht Sales
Display Boat(s): Back Cove 41, Back Cove 37 Website:
Devlin Designing Boat Builders
Display Boat(s): Devlin Sockeye 45 Website:
Sundance Yacht Sales
Display Boat(s): 420 Prestige *NEW*, Tiara 4000 Souran Website:
American Tugs & Trawlers
Display Boat(s): American Tug 485, American Tug 365 Website:
Irwin Yacht Sales
Display Boat(s): Californian 48 LRC Website:


TrawlerFest Land Exhibitors
2015 National Sponsors
Vetus-Maxwell Phone: N/A
Category: Anchors, Windlasses, Thrusters Website:
Rocna Anchors Phone: N/A
Category: Anchors Website:

2015 Regional Sponsors
Sea Magazine Phone: N/A
Category: Publications/Guides Website:
Cascade Engine Center Phone: N/A
Category: Engines Website:
Intellian Technologies
Category: Satellite Antennas Website:


Salty Dog Waterfront News
Category: Publications/Guides Website:
Emerald Yachts
Category: Yacht Sales Website:
Bullfrog Boats
Category: Boats/Tenders Website:
Discovery Yachts
Category: Yacht Sales Website:
Union Steamship Marina
Category: Marinas Website:
Category: Navigation/Electronics Website:
Rich Haynie Insurance
Category: Insurance Website:
Gig Harbor Boat Works
Category: Boat Builder/Tenders Website:
Get Storganized
Category: Storage/Accessories Website:
Best Day Yacht Sales
Category: Boat Sales Website:
Category: Marine HVAC Website:
Seahorse Marine
Category: Yacht Builder/Sales Website:
Anacortes Marine Trade Association
Category: Marine Services Website: N/A
Anacortes Marine Electronics
Category: Marine Electronics Website:
Northwest Yachts
Category: Boat Builder Website:
American Diesel
Category: Engines- Sales/Parts/Service Website: N/A
United Yacht Transport
Category: Yacht Transport/Shipping Website:
Sea Marine
Category: Full Service Boatyard Website:
Category: Associations/Cruising Clubs Website:


TrawlerFest Rendezvous Events

Trawler’s at Twilight Docktail Party
WHEN: Thursday, May 14, 2015
WHERE: The Port of Anacortes Marina DocksRegisterAna15
Dinner and a Movie
WHEN: Friday, May 15, 2015
WHERE: The Eagles Hall- 901 7th Street, Anacortes, WA 98221


Exhibitors who wish to partake in TrawlerFest-Anacortes may obtain the handbook and application materials by following the links below. Click through the links below and then left click to download a copy.

TrawlerFest-Anacortes Exhibitor Handbook

Land Show Exhibitor Application

In-Water Exhibitor Application

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1019 Q Ave # C
Anacortes, WA 98221