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Center for Wooden Boats, Egret Sharpie ‘Colleen Wagner’, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

Joe Green and crew work to replace the entire bottom of an Egret Sharpie at the CWB’s new boat shop on<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/center-for-wooden-boats-egret-sharpie-colleen-wagner-seattle-wa">...(more)</a>

Center for Wooden Boats, R-boat Pirate, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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Pirate is the flagship of the collection at The Center for Wooden Boats, Seattle. Since her rechristening in 2005, sh<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/center-for-wooden-boats-r-boat-pirate-seattle-wa">...(more)</a>

Center for Wooden Boats, Dockside Classroom, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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Young sailing enthusiasts get some book time in the open air classroom on the CWB dock next to a small fleet of El Toros.

Center for Wooden Boats, Longboat Discovery, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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A group of young Discovery Camp boat enthusiasts get some hands on time in the CWB Longboat Discovery.

Center for Wooden Boats, Steam Launch Puffin, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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Steam Launch Puffin was built in 1906 by the Truscott Boat Works in St. Joseph Missouri. She was powered by an <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/center-for-wooden-boats-steam-launch-puffin-seattle-wa">...(more)</a>

Center for Wooden Boats, Boat Shop Interior, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

The CWB dockside boat shop is a working shop that is used by staff and volunteers. Visitors can enter and soak up the ambience as long as they are careful not to disturb restoration work.

Center for Wooden Boats, Boat Shop Entry, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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The CWB dockside boat shop is a working shop that is used by staff and volunteers. Visitors can enter and soak up the ambience as long as they are careful not to disturb restoration work.

Center for Wooden Boats, Gangway to CWB, Seattle, WA

Published almost 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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The Center for Wooden Boats is a non-profit museum dedicated to preserving maritime history and making it come alive<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/center-for-wooden-boats-gangway-to-cwb-seattle-wa">...(more)</a>

Seattle Space Needle

Published over 4 years ago by Adam Dreller

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