September: Deer Harbor Wooden Boat Rendezvous
In 2014–2015 Robert and his crew sailed Martha from Port Townsend to California and Mexico, and then participated in the 48th Transpac race from California to Hawaii.
February 25 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
Free Admission — Donations Welcome
Martha was built in 1907 and is Washington state's oldest working sailboat. She serves as a sail training vessel. In 2015 she was the oldest boat to have ever sailed in the Transpac.
Join us for what promises to be a memorable event and help celebrate a wonderful wooden boat.
All wooden sailboats are welcome (boats built of other materials are also welcome but will receive no prizes). The marks of the course will consist of various islands and rocks in the area, as well as a race buoy located near the marina.
Discounted moorage for Friday and Saturday nights is available. Call the Deer Harbor Marina, 360-376-3037 to reserve a slip (good anchorage is also available).
We'll have more details closer to race day - check back.
The Wooden Boat
Society of the San Juan Islands promotes the
restoration, use and enjoyment of wooden boats.
The Wooden Boat Society of the San Juan Islands
was formed in 2002 to perpetuate the
craftsmanship, artistry and knowledge of the
maritime traditions through education, public
display, restoration and construction, and
entertainment. The society has a strong
commitment to the care and feeding of wooden
boats, their owners and those who appreciate