Photos by Tag: lady

July 9th, 2011

Masted beauties

Familiar guests at Cap Sante Boat Haven in Anacortes are the Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftain, tall ship replicas that delight people around the Puget Sound. For details about the ships and their schedules, visit www.ladywashington.org.

August 5th, 2010

Generation gap

The appeal differs, but both tall ship Lady Washington and power boat Mystic Sea (right) generate revenue by inviting tourists for Puget Sound adventures. The Mystic Sea is a whale watching vessel based in Anacortes. The Lady Washington, whose homeport is Grays Harbor, moves about during spring and summer. For the past five days she […]

August 2nd, 2010

Docked duo

Docked in Anacortes for the past few days have been tall ship replicas Hawaiian Chieftain (foreground) and Lady Washington, the Official Ship of the State of Washington. In addition to area cruises, the ships have offered short jaunts so civilian “crews” can participate in “battles.” The ships are docked at Cap Sante Boat Haven. For […]

July 29th, 2010

Lady greets guests

Lady of the Sea, a sculpture at Seafarers’ Memorial in downtown Anacortes, “greets” each vessel entering the harbor at Cap Sante Boat Haven. This week she welcomes another “lady” — the Lady of Washington clipper ship.

July 26th, 2010

Location, location

Anthony’s Restaurants are located among some of the most beautiful shoreline settings in the Northwest. That will be the case in Anacortes, where an Anthony’s Restaurant is currently under construction at Cap Sante Boat Haven in downtown Anacortes. January 2011 is a tentative opening date.

May 17th, 2010

Wooden ships

Sharing the frame in this Monday morning shot are the Lady Washington and the Mitlite (foreground). There will be dozens of more “modern” boats at Cap Sante Boat Haven this week for the 2010 TrawlerFest.

July 13th, 2009

Posing with the Lady

Despite an environmental cleanup taking place nearby, the Seafarers’ Memorial continues to draw visitors such as this family. A boy climbed up on the “Lady of the Sea” statue to pose for a photograph as boat traffic continued steadily in and out of Cap Sante Boat Haven.

August 10th, 2008

Ship watch

These two women were among a couple of dozen folks gathered at Cap Sante viewpoint Sunday afternoon to watch the departure of tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain from Cap Sante Boat Haven. Each ship was “crewed” by people who paid for the privilege of a three-hour adventure including a faux ships’ battle.

August 9th, 2008

Under fire

Staging yet another “sea battle” on the waters between Fidalgo and Guemes islands Saturday were the Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftain (firing cannon). Word is they will be available for tour and cruise again out of Cap Sante Boat Haven Sunday, August 10.

August 4th, 2008

Got yer back

“I got yer back,” this seagull appears to be saying as he peeks over his shoulder from a perch on the head of the “Lady of the Sea” sculpture at Seafarers’ Memorial in downtown Anacortes.

August 29th, 2007

Summer wanes

What a beautiful afternoon for a cruise to the San Juans! I took this photo of the “Gallant Lady” from Curtis Wharf Wednesday afternoon while photographing a stage crew at the site of the 4th Annual Anacortes Jazz Festival, which runs August 31 to September 3. See www.anacortes.org for lineup and ticket prices, or call […]

July 24th, 2007

Lady leaves

Lady Washington and crew motored out of Cap Sante Boat Haven Tuesday about 10:30 a.m. after a few days in Anacortes with companion ship, Hawaiian Chieftain. The tall ship replica is a favorite among boat-watchers in the region. Homeport is Grays Harbor.

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