2018 Northwest Cruising Trio


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2018 Waggoner Cruising Guide

The 2018 Waggoner Cruising Guide includes the most comprehensive and up-to-date information from Olympia, WA to Ketchikan, AK. The 2018 edition, expanded by 16 pages, includes many new features and improvements throughout.

This year’s edition features a new theme “Early Explorers of the Pacific Northwest,” with short and fascinating stories of these early maritime explorers, found throughout the book.

The Waggoner Cruising Guide is updated annually, including current information for marinas and anchorages. The Waggoner Cruising Guide is referred to as “the Bible for Northwest Cruising.

2018 Ports and Passes Tide & Current Guide – 20th Anniversary Edition

Ports and Passes is the most complete reference guide for tide and current information along our beautiful coastline. The book is easy to use and includes the majority of the primary and secondary tide and current data stations. It includes tide and current prediction table coverage for the coastal area from Olympia, WA to Prince Rupert BC. Ports and Passes also includes information on local knowledge and other information useful to the cruising mariner.

2018 Waggoner Table

The annual companion book for the Canadian Hydrographic’s Current Atlas makes it easy to use – just look up the month, day and the hour, and you will be given the appropriate page in the Atlas. The Tables list every hour of every day and are corrected for Daylight Savings Time. Waggoner Tables and Canadian Hydrographic’s Current Atlas (can be purchased here) help you to understand the details of the currents around the San Juan and Gulf Islands and up the Strait of Georgia as far as Campbell River. With these two books you can judge what the currents will be for your cruise and adjust accordingly.

The Waggoner covers the cruising waters from Olympia, Washington, in south Puget Sound, to Prince Rupert, B.C., and the route from Prince Rupert to Ketchikan, Southeast Alaska. This routing includes information on clearing customs, crossing Dixon Entrance and approaching Ketchikan and its marinas.

Some popular cruising areas covered:

  • Puget Sound (includes Hood Canal)
  • San Juan Islands
  • Canadian Gulf Islands (includes Victoria)
  • Vancouver and Howe Sound
  • Princess Louisa Inlet
  • Desolation Sound
  • Johnstone Strait and adjacent waterways
  • Queen Charlotte Strait and adjacent waterways
  • West Coast of Vancouver Island (Completely Updated for 2013)
  • Central and Northern B.C. Coast (Wells Passage to Prince Rupert)
  • Haida Gwaii
  • Crossing Dixon Entrance and approaching Ketchikan, AK

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 11 x 8 x 3 in
Trio Type

Normal Bound, Spiral Bound

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