Border crossing requirements have been changing and tightening since September 11, 2001, although the U.S. requirements are more stringent than the Canadian requirements. The Waggoner recommends that any boater crossing the border, either direction, be able to meet U.S. requirements. Basically, the U.S. wants ... Details
Jim Laursen, the helpful Spectrum Operations Manager at the Industry Canada office in Victoria, advises us that the Waggoner’s information for Canadian vessels traveling to the U.S. is incorrect. The Waggoner says Canadian vessels don’t need a station license in the U.S. We got that information several years ago fr... Details
Just thought I would drop a note letting you know how we appreciated the use of our 2010 guide. We had 4 aboard our Bayliner 3688 and soon everyone was well versed in finding locations and becoming aware of concerns. It helped us out when we had to duck for cover at Powell River after being blown out of Grief Point on ... Details
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Waggoner correspondents Bruce and Margaret Evertz were at Sucia and found a new float and ramp in Fossil Bay.
The western of the two was replaced last winter and it's all new with steel pilings and a big separate dinghy dock. The best news is that the ramp is wheelchair accessible. It's in two segments so the a... Details
We contacted Washington State Parks via location information for Spencer Spit at the site listed below and were informed that they believe there are two buoys on the south side.
They said they are aware that the others are missing, but do not have any information about when replacements will be scheduled.
The si... Details