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The Waggoner Team

From south Puget Sound to Ketchikan, Alaska including the west coast of Vancouver Island, this popular annual guide—called the “bible for Northwest cruising”— provides detailed information about marinas, marine parks, fuel docks, U.S./Canada border crossings, customs, VHF radio requirements, and more.

Introducing the Waggoner Team

Find out more from the Waggoner Team in regards to boating in the Pacific Northwest in Waggoner Articles.
No Wake Speed Limit Zones

No Wake Speed Limit Zones

No Wake Speed Limit Speed limit and boat wake control zones exist throughout our boating region. Almost none of these speed zones are depicted on our nautical charts. Often, but not always, the speed zones are marked by on-water buoys or signage along the...

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Where to cruiser to next? The Waggoner Team provides articles, tips, and ideas on cruising destinations for our readers.
Maintaining a boat is essential to prolonging its life and providing safe and easy going cruising. The Waggoner Team provides articles, tips, and ideas on maintenance.
No Wake Speed Limit Zones

No Wake Speed Limit Zones

No Wake Speed Limit Speed limit and boat wake control zones exist throughout our boating region. Almost none of these speed zones are depicted on our nautical charts. Often, but not always, the speed zones are marked by on-water buoys or signage along the...

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The Waggoner Team provides tips for boaters on what to do while cruising and more…
Gear for boaters are constantly changing and the Waggoner Team provides reviews for boaters to keep informed. Mark Bunzel provides reviews on boats for our readers.
The Waggoner Team provides articles on things to experience while out cruising.
Dining with the Kings

Dining with the Kings

When planning a trip to Haida Gwaii, located 65-85 miles off the coast of British Columbia, first-class dining is not the immediate thing that comes to mind. In fact, the population might be considered sparse with only a few main villages on northern...

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