Photos by Tag: Lovric

September 6th, 2022

Tug with character lines

Tug “Paula S” anchored at Lovric boat yard on the Guemes Channel. If this vessel could talk, what stories she would tell…

February 2nd, 2022

Anacortes home to historic schooner ‘La Merced’

By Steve Berentson While all but a handful of wooden ships from the heyday of Pacific Northwest shipping are gone and forgotten, the schooner “La Merced” still catches the eye and sparks the imaginations of visitors to the north shore of Fidalgo Island. Granted, the storied vessel has been stripped of masts and deck fittings, […]

February 14th, 2005

Plying channel waters

The oil tanker “Polar Discovery” left Fidalgo Bay Sunday afternoon, heading up the Guemes Channel under escort by two tugs. Pictured in the foreground of this photograph is Lovric’s Shipyard.

January 7th, 2005

Historic boatyard

This was the scene Saturday morning from Oakes Avenue, looking down on Lovric’s boatyard and the Guemes Channel. Trees grow on the deck of a derelict boat used as a breakwater.

September 10th, 2003

Skipper Lovric

This salty character, familiar to many in Anacortes, welcomes passersby at the Oakes Avenue entrance to Lovric’s Sea-Craft marina/shipyard. Lovric’s features a big boat/breakwater and probably the finest historic building on the Guemes Channel. A similar carving stands out on Highway 20 near Burlington. Haven’t quite figured that one out yet…

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