The Port Townsend Marina is actually two marinas, one small one on the west end of town, and the other huge marina on the eastern end of town. This weekend was a beautiful sunny weekend, and after a long winter, boat owners, and especially commercial fishermen were eager to get their boats in the water. Some were pulling their boats out of the water for maintenance. I’ve always been impressed with the process of lifting a big heavy fishing boat out of the water, and I document one here. I enjoyed the activity and thought you might, too.
Port Townsend Marina
Port Townsend Marina is only 30 minutes from Sequim and the famous John Wayne Marina. We also have a Port Angeles Marina, a Port Ludlow Marina, a Port Hadlock Marina, and many more marinas in the area, which shouldn’t be a surprise since we are on a Peninsula surrounded by water.
Port Townsend is a beautiful little city with 100 year old buildings and a small town atmosphere with a hundred cute little family owned restaurants. One of the items on my bucket list is to eat at least once at every Port Townsend restaurant. I suspect I’ll be old by the time I check that one off my list.
Port Townsend Marina Among Area Marinas
Since Port Townsend is only a half hour drive from Sequim, it is one of my favorite places to drive on a sunny day to enjoy an organic healthy lunch and then to walk the docks and piers and soak in the sunshine and the beauty of creation. Come and see us in Sequim, and be sure to visit Port Townsend Marina.
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