As the Northwest TrawlerFest approaches (May 1st - 5th) here are some great reasons to attend
Without a second boat to pursue the thieves, Harris, a soon-to-be high school freshman, deployed a DJI Phantom Drone to get a bird's-eye view of the bay and track his stolen boat.
The Northwind, a 130-foot yacht built in the 1930s and thought to have hosted Winston Churchill, Jackie Kennedy and Princess Elizabeth, was found to be listing and taking on water April 14.
With Ama Natura’s green dream finally afloat, Capt. Wilcox takes a step back to examine what gives his dreamboat her green soul.
According to the company's website, those who would like to watch the first Christmas Ship performance (which begins at 7:45 PM) of the night and see the parade vessels at the very start of the parade, should watch from the NW Dock at Fishermen's Terminal.
David Hoar and Noreen Rudd craft their culinary creations aboard their 1988 Krogen 42, Pacific Sapphire, all while cruising throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Our trip aboard a new Ranger Tugs 31 from Anacortes to Bremerton in the Pacific Northwest demonstrates why the company and their products are a force to be reckoned with.
With the coming and passing of Labor Day, the unofficial end of summer for many, residents of the Pacific Northwest will surely remember some of the larger visitors that graced their shores.
Last month Aspen Powercat Founder, Larry Graf, accepted a challenge issued by Pacific Yachting to circumnavigate Vancouver Island, non-stop. Relive those moments with Larry's person account of the voyage.
I said goodbye to an old friend recently, a friend I’ve known for 60 years. I watched from the damp, sandy shore of Ship Harbor in Anacortes as Evergreen State–a Washington state ferry–moved slowly toward her terminal.
In January of 2012, cruising-couple Darren and Lisa O'Brien launched PacificNWBoater.com, a website dedicated to sharing the joys and experience of cruising the Pacific Northwest with fellow cruisers.
Go anywhere in the country and ask people what comes to mind when they think of Seattle. I bet they say, throwing salmon, the Space Needle, and ferries. The Washington State Ferries system really represents Seattle and the Northwest.