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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.
SR3 – Sealife Response + Rehab + Research

SR3 – Sealife Response + Rehab + Research

Did you know that SR3has established their first marine animal rehabilitation center in Washington State on the grounds of Des Moines Marina? Yes, SR3has signed a lease agreement with the City of Des Moines, and their new facility is now in place. The...

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Where to cruiser to next? The Waggoner Team provides articles, tips, and ideas on cruising destinations for our readers.
Adventuring to Princess Louisa Inlet

Adventuring to Princess Louisa Inlet

“We enjoyed boating together from the beginning.” They met at a Junior Yacht Club,  Jim was the Commodore and Betty was the Secretary. Betty started sailing around eleven years old on small Sabots in Alamitos Bay. In her early high school...

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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.
WTH Is This and What Do I Do With It?

WTH Is This and What Do I Do With It?

First Aid Kit Essentials for Recreational Vessels By Annie Feyereisen  RN Let me ask you this, would you buy a live cow if you lived in a studio apartment, were vegetarian and didn’t even drink milk? Hopefully not, unless you are just crazy like that or...

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The Waggoner Team provides tips for boaters on what to do while cruising and more…
Benefits of installing an inverter bypass switch

Benefits of installing an inverter bypass switch

by Art HebertThe bypass switch allows the owner to send power to inverted loads (usually electrical outlets, heaters, dehumidifiers etc.), by sending electric current around the inverter. This is great for periods of extended absence by the boat owner....

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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.
A Kismet Cruise

A Kismet Cruise

by Les BlackwellA few of the yacht club members have heard this tale but there are a lot of new members who may like hearing about our cruise. It was in our Ranger 29, Kismet, a sailboat made in California (there were Ranger sailboats made in Kent, WA by...

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