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Peter Guerrero's Whitehall

Peter Guerrero's new addition to the family: Commissioned this winter from the Gig Harbor Boat Shop, she's a 14' fiberglass Whitehall with a sliding seat, red cedar trim and a pair of vertical grain Sitka spruce oars by Grapeview Point Boat Works. Alaska anyone?.

The Traditional
Small Craft
  Association

Puget Sound Chapter

welcomes you!

We welcome all who enjoy messing about in traditional small craft and invite you join our Yahoo Group, check our calendar for future events, and visit our photos pages to see snapshots of previous messabouts and other group activities. Please contact us with any questions, or if you would like to join us.


Upcoming Messabouts

For a complete schedule of TSCA-Puget Sound Messabouts and links to other events of interest, please see our Calendar page
 

Pull and Be Damned Messabout
Saturday, May 16, 2015 — Anacortes
Row, sail, and /or paddle in Fidalgo Bay. Lunch is potluck with barbecues provided at noon-ish for those who want to grill or heat up items. The clubhouse building at the park should be open for shade or shelter.

Contact: James McMullen
More details are posted on the Pull and Be Damned Messabout page.
 


 

NW School of Wooden Boatbuilding
Boat Fest & Sail In

Saturday, May 30, 2015 — Port Hadlock
Come by boat or come by car to the NW School of Wooden Boatbuilding in Port Hadlock. Bring a picnic lunch -- BBQs will be available. Beer Garden and beverages will be available across the street at the Ajax Cafe. In addition to boat rides and boat conversations, there will be open shops and guided tours, music and dance program by Lobo del Mar, and activities for kids.

Contact: Bob Miller at: rmiller43@gmail.com or (360) 385-9585
More details are posted on the Boat Fest & Sail In page.


For more events of interest to Traditional Small Craft enthusiasts see our 2015 Calendar


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