Photos by Tag: Seafarers

August 25th, 2022

Summer night on Fidalgo Bay

Teen sailors and a family of paddleboarders take advantage of a beautiful evening at Seafarers’ Memorial Park on the shoreline of Fidalgo Bay, downtown Anacortes.

February 5th, 2020

Re-opening of Seafarers’ Park 2011

It was May 2011 when the Port of Anacortes celebrated completion of an environmental cleanup and re-opening of Seafarers’ Memorial Park on the shoreline of Fidalgo Bay. A picture perfect afternoon. This park remains one of this seaside community’s prized public assets.

July 27th, 2012

Powers draws a crowd

Michael Powers drew a crowd of several hundred to a free concert Friday at Seafarers’ Memorial Park, hosted by the Port of Anacortes. The solo entertainer attracted not only applause, but dancers from an enthusiastic audience.

May 25th, 2011

Team effort

A two-year environmental cleanup at Seafarers’ Memorial Park involved too many people to list, but this “team photo” taken at last week’s re-opening includes many of the project’s key players. Port of Anacortes Project Manager Becky Darden (top row, second from right) led the effort, completing the third of five elements of a “Focus Fidalgo” […]

May 24th, 2011

Waterfront gem

If you haven’t been down to see it yet, make a point of putting the Seafarers’ Memorial Park on your calendar. This park, located adjacent to the south end of Cap Sante Boat Haven, is destined to be a favorite recreational spot for tourists and city residents alike.

May 23rd, 2011

New asset

This scene is just a hint of things to come at Seafarers’ Memorial Park on the Anacortes waterfront. The park, owned and operated by the Port of Anacortes, re-opened Friday after two years of an environmental cleanup. Other “upgrades” include public amenities such as benches, picnic tables, pier and dock. Colored algae growth on the […]

May 21st, 2011


Among hundreds of people celebrating the Friday re-opening of Seafarers’ Memorial Park was remote control boat enthusiast Vic Childs. Vic also “plays” with a sailboat of the lifesize variety.

May 20th, 2011

Seafarers’ is back!

It was a perfect day to mark the culmination of a years-long reclamation project at Seafarers’ Memorial Park, the shoreline park owned and operated by residents of the Anacortes Port District. A sun-splashed Mt. Baker loomed on the horizon as hundreds of Re-opening guests explored the waterfront site that is destined to draw crowds for […]

May 10th, 2011

Underwater meadows

This is one of several new interpretive signs at Seafarers’ Park, a Port-owned park that will be re-opened May 20 after two years of environmental cleanup. This sign describes “underwater meadows” in the waters beyond the beach line.

April 20th, 2011

Port posts sign

Just one month before the re-opening of Seafarers’ Memorial Park, the Port of Anacortes Wednesday posted a new electric sign at the intersection of Seafarers Way and “Q” Avenue. A Meyers Sign crew made up of Rich Joneli and Brett Entrikin (pictured) placed the sign and the first of several tenant panels (whale watching). Lights […]

April 10th, 2011

Old & new

A new view from an old vantage point. New in the foreground at Seafarers’ Memorial Park is the rock breakwater. In the background are sailboats, the shore of Guemes Island and the tip of Cap Sante. The location where this photo was taken will one day soon feature parking spots and a new stretch of […]

March 23rd, 2011

Above the beach

Talk about your “pleasant work environment.” Crews continue work this week on shoreline walkways at the Port of Anacortes’ Seafarers’ Memorial Park. The park, part of the former Scott Paper Mill site, was part of an environmental cleanup that will be completed in May. The Fidalgo Bay beach is now inviting, as opposed to intimidating, […]

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