| by Adria Lau
We are proud to announce that Gig Harbor Marina has been certified as a Leadership Clean Boatyard! As a Leadership Clean Boatyard, Gig Harbor has proven its commitment to keeping our waters as clean as possible.
Recently, Gig Harbor Marina brought back the Second Wave, a marine consignment store….Read more »
October 20, 2015 | by
After such a dry summer it almost seems odd to have rain and colder weather again. But cold weather and rain doesn’t stop our Boatyards or Boaters; or Boaters working in Boatyards for that matter. Just remember rain means storm water runoff and storm water runoff means sampling for…Read more »
December 10, 2013 | by Peter Schrappen
It’s always great to read about our friends at Washington Sea Grant. This particular piece has to do with long-time Clean Boating friend and Sea Grant employee Aaron Barnett. Great work, Aaron.
“…after the successful summer launch of their waterborne outreach campaign, Washington Sea Grant’s ‘Pumpout Paddlers’ are readying their…Read more »
July 1, 2013 | by Peter Schrappen
One of the difficulties with the Puget Sound and its well-documented demise is that it’s not that well documented. That might sound like a self-contradicting paradox, but it’s not just my take. Rather, it’s something that Puget Sound Partnership discovered early on in their research. The public just isn’t…Read more »
June 14, 2013 | by Peter Schrappen
May 29, 2013 | by Peter Schrappen
Few things are more frustrating than wanting to do the right thing for the environment (such as recycling marine electronics) but not having any idea on where to even start. We get that. Hopefully, that’s a role we can fill – giving you the info you need to make…Read more »
May 24, 2013 | by Peter Schrappen
When you hear the word “mussels” your mind probably jumps to the Northwest delicacy that’s just coming into season. Unfortunately, we are not talking here about those mussels. Rather, there are two types of mussels that are on a Most Wanted list due to their ability to destroy entire…Read more »
May 20, 2013 | by Peter Schrappen
How familiar are you with the Sea Scouts? Did you know that their history stretches back just as far as the Boy Scouts? We’re talking over one-hundred years of producing upstanding citizens that have a deep passion for maritime life and, as it turns out, green boating. I was…Read more »
May 8, 2013 | by Ben Lee
With copper-based bottom paint being phased out in Washington state (read here for the details), we’re tracking the performance of the non-copper alternatives on Puget Sound boats to better help the whole boating community make the transition more smoothly. Today, we want to highlight Pettit Paint’s
May 3, 2013 | by Peter Schrappen
The Clean Boating Foundation is going back on the road. This time, we have two upcoming stops. The first one we are featuring is the Anacortes Clean Boating Symposium, which is sponsored by Port Supply/West Marine (sidebar: Great to see their new copper-free paint (CFA…Read more »
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