The Port of Edmonds is hosting a food drive to support Northwest Harvest this holiday season. Donation boxes for non-perishable foods can be found at the following three Port locations from November 15th – December 15th:
Harbor Square: The center atrium of the 120 W. Dayton building
Port Administration: 336 Admiral Way
Marina Operations Office: 458 Admiral Way
Thank you for participating!
Suggested food donation items:
• Stew, chili, soup with low salt
• Canned fruit, especially with low sugar
• Canned fish or meat
• Peanut butter (plastic jars are preferred)
• Canned vegetables (low sodium)
• Brown rice
• Beans and lentils
• Whole grain pastas
• Canned tomato sauces
• Powdered or canned milk
• Infant and baby foods
Baby diapers are also happily accepted!
Beautiful boats from the Edmonds Yacht Club will be decorated in holiday splendor and taking over the marina once again this December. You can view them in our guest moorage every night from December 1st – 29th.
The Port of Edmonds will once again have a booth at the 2020 Seattle International Boat Show. Come visit us January 24th – February 1st!
Local knowledge and the sharing boating experiences, training by Coast Guard Auxiliary instructors, and FREE! A great opportunity to re-enforce your safe boating practices and learn new skills on how to navigate our local waters.
Co-Sponsored by the Port of Edmonds, the Edmonds Yacht Club, and the Coast Guard Auxiliary, these seminars will benefit experienced boaters, novice boaters, those who enjoy small watercraft (kayaks, wind surfers, etc.), and the general public.
The first seminar will cover Safety and “Rules of the Road”. Discussions will cover topics outside of the boating safety guides, such as how to keep from swamping small boats and watercraft while approaching the marina during busy times and how to share the waterways. Also the group will share navigating tips to avoid the ferry, dive park, and beaches, and how to stay safe within the vessel traffic lanes.
Topics for the February seminar will include sharing local knowledge on docking within the Edmonds Marina, line handling and the use of correct knots, and dealing with common local weather and tide conditions.
In April, we will discuss Communications, including the proper use of the radio, border crossings, trip planning, and the importance of charts.
The 1 hour seminars, 7-8pm, will be held at the Edmonds Yacht Club. No RSVP is required. Bring your questions, experiences, first mate, crew, and boating friends on the following dates:
February 4, 2020 – Docking, Knots, & Line
April 7, 2020 – Communications
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