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We visited this Maritime Center as casually walking by and were amazed by what we found inside. There were several individuals either building or making substantial repairs on wooden boats. As were were wondering through the facility, several of the craftsmen stopped to chat with...More
This is a good spot to get information on anything connected to the sea around Port Townsend and the place you want to go to for tickets to the Wooden Boat Festival. Plus it’s a great spot to buy a souvenir with good T-shirt’s and...More
A must to visit! Actually see craftsman working / restoring old wooden boats of various sizes. A cozy coffee shop, and gift store inside. Many nautical supplies: line, cleats etc. A library upstairs, and the third floor at the end of the building has a...More
There's a very nice chandlery, sure, and some boats displayed on the tarmac and some shells displayed in the shell barn, and the Velocity coffee shop.. Very pleasant building, a pier, and great waterfront ambience. All very nice for the visitor. But the real value...More
If you love boats, you'll love this place. Take the tour - well worth it. Especially the captain training center upstairs - don't miss that. A computerized training system for boat captains. And all the wood and hand-built boats. You will want to start building...More
The NW Maritime Center is two big buildings where you can learn more about wooden boat building, they also store rowing shells and a few other boats. There is a great gift shop and coffee shop in the complex also. And the weekend after Labor...More
This was worth the stop. Very interesting; even the teenagers in our group found this exceptional. The people were very happy to point out interesting things, show us some of the tricks, and we generally had a good time.