2016 NORTHWEST BOAT TRAVEL

2016 Northwest Boat Travel

 

December 14, 2015

One of the Pacific Northwest’s popular annual port-to-port guides, Northwest Boat Travel is now in its 38th year. The 2016 edition is freshly updated and expanded to include resources such as Lat/Long coordinates for many marinas and mooring facilities.

With coverage from Olympia, Washington to Glacier Bay, Alaska along the Inside Passage and Vancouver Island’s West Coast, NWBT is packed with information about marinas and moorage, fuel and marine services, local knowledge, and what to see and do in hundreds of destinations and ports of call. Key marinas and ports are illustrated with maps, and there’s detailed information about US and Canadian border crossing, boating regulations, navigation, charts and weather, and other boating essentials.

More more info visit:  www.boattravel.com

 

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