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Veteran Cruise to Tacoma’s Museum District

January 16 @ 11:00 am - 8:30 pm

About the cruise: Skipper Mike Skrivanich will prepare an authentic Croatian pasta fazol (a ham shank, bean and vegetable soup), baguette and salad for lunch in our warm and cozy galley. The cruise will depart from Gig Harbor’s Maritime Pier and arrive at
Tacoma’s Dock Street Marina.

Passengers are welcome to explore Tacoma’s Museum of Glass, eat at the surrounding restaurants and then attend Nathan Patrick’s Skansie Shipbuilding Company presentation in the Washington State History Museum just across the Chihuly Bridge of Glass (walking distance from where the we will be docked). Volunteers will be available to allow visitors onto the dock and give tours aboard.

About the presentation: Join us for a Scholarly Selections presentation about The Skansie Shipbuilding Company. The Skansie family settled in Gig Harbor and became renowned shipbuilders producing over 200 wooden vessels known for their quality and craftsmanship. The Skansies not only made their mark on maritime history, but represent how immigrants turned patriotic citizens contributed to the Pacific Northwest. In this talk, Nathan Patrick, UTW History B.A., 2019, presents his original research on the local Skansie Shipbuilding Company. Scholarly Selections is a partnership with the University of Washington Tacoma.

Price:
$75 Members | $100 Non-members

Dates and Time:
Thursday, January 16
11:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Cruise is limited to 6 passengers

Schedule:
11:00: Depart Maritime Pier and head to Tacoma to dock
1:00 – 6:00: Public tours
6:30 – 7:30: Nathan Patrick’s Skansie Shipbuilding Company presentation at the Washington State History Museum
Approximately 8:30: Return to Gig Harbor Maritime Pier

Cruise will be departing from the Maritime Pier (next to Tide’s Tavern)
Passengers should arrive 30 minutes early

Please call 253-857-9344 or email info@gigharborboatshop.org to register!

*Responding to this Facebook event will not register you for the excursion. Please contact the BoatShop directly.

The fine print: Although we do our very best to plan ahead, dates and times are subject to change based on weather conditions, skipper availability, and other factors outside of our control. Gig Harbor BoatShop reserves the right to cancel an excursion because of these or other unforeseen conditions. If the BoatShop cancels your excursion, we will reschedule or provide you with a full refund.

Details

Date:
January 16
Time:
11:00 am - 8:30 pm
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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1244786122386002

Venue

Gig Harbor BoatShop at Eddon Boatyard
3805 Harborview Dr
Gig Harbor, WA 98332 US
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