Links to classic yachts and boating in the Northwest.
|Classic: Compadre|| |
Our blog about classic boat ownership and Compadre's cruising adventures. Visit often!
|Classic Yacht Association|| |
The Classic Yacht Association is dedicated to the promotion, preservation, restoration and maintenance of fine, old, power-driven pleasure craft.
|Stephens Brothers|| |
This Wikipedia article gives a history of Stephens Brothers Boat Builders.
|Haggin Museum|| |
The Haggin Museum in Stockton maintains an archive of important records from Stephens Brothers Boat Builders, include original plans, sales documents, photographs, and company history.
|Center for Wooden Boats||
The Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle promotes the appreciation of our maritime heritage, with an emphasis on small craft.
|Classic Yacht Magazine||
An online magazine devoted to classic boats and yachts, both power and sail.
|Three Sheets Northwest||
Three Sheets Northwest is a new site featuring news and information relating to boating in the Northwest.
|Bremerton Yacht Club|| |
Compadre is an active member of Bremerton Yacht Club, and BYC is our home port. BYC is a great club with wonderful facilities, including our own marine railway and fuel dock. We are always seeking new members interested in sharing the joys of Northwest boating.
|Eagle Harbor Yacht Club|| |
Compadre is an active member of Eagle Harbor Yacht Club on Bainbridge Island. EHYC is informal and fun. Have a look!
|Ship and Boat Timeline|| |
Although not about Northwest boating, this is an interesting timeline of ship and boat development, with good links to other maritime history sites