2019 Rendezvous Agenda Update

2019 Rendezvous Agenda Update

The 2019 Rendezvous Agenda is established, and we are going to spend quality time on fire prevention, maintenance procedures & items to stock on your boat. We’ll even handle how to go back and forth with Customs between Canada and the U.S efficiently on your tug. Three evening meals, two breakfasts and one lunch are being provided along with an opportunity to have a Coast Guard Auxiliary safety check, marine technician appointment specific to your interests/concern and first mate training to improve our skills. All available as part of your registration fee.

We’ll have our usual auction, this year to support needy students wishing to go to the Skagit Valley College, Marine Technician Program. Auction items will include free 2-night moorage gift certificates for marinas from the South Sound (Tacoma/Gig Harbor) to the north in BC (Blind Channel, Dent Island and Heriot Bay) plus other surprise items.

Our vendors will offer multiple discounts and offers, some new products such as the Rainman, water-maker, 31 GPH portable or installed and other deals worth considering. If you visit all our vendors, you will be entered into a special drawing, held at the end of the evening.

Whoever answers the most trivia questions correctly over the course of the rendezvous will also win a surprise. Hint: Better bone up on authors writing about adventure on the high seas and other Nordic Tug Facts.

Langley – Port of South Whidbey

Langley - Port of South Whidbey
Contact Info:
Interim Harbormaster: Patrick Boin
(360) 221-1120
VHF Channel 66A

Available Services and Facilities:
Vessel Moorage
Accessible Restroom
Accessible Parking
Boat Ramp
Beach Access
Accessible Fishing

Heriot Bay Inn

Discover BC West Coast paradise!

In summer Quadra Island and the Heriot Bay Inn are bustling with international travelers coming and going by land and by sea from all over the world. Visitors to Quadra Island come to enjoy stunning British Columbia coastal scenery and to enjoy a variety of adventure tours and eco tours.

Quadra Island, one of the idyllic Northern Gulf Islands, is just a 10 minute ferry ride from Campbell River off the central east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Quadra Island is well known for beautiful scenery and a casual atmosphere and there is no better place to relax and enjoy the ocean views and warm island hospitality than the Heriot Bay Inn & Resort on the waterfront! The Heriot Bay Inn is a full service adventure resort offering lodgings, marina, a restaurant, pub, and gift store.

Website: https://www.heriotbayinn.com/

La Conner Maritime Service

For over 40 years La Conner Maritime has been operating a diversified, full service boatyard equipped to handle multiple service, refit and repair projects simultaneously.  Our two marine travelifts are capable of hauling vessels up to 110 tons, and our wide array of in-house services, friendly expertise and extensive vendor network will help insure your project is completed in a timely and efficient manner.

La Conner Maritime Service, Full Service Boatyard
920 West Pearle Jensen Way
La Conner, WA 98257
Telephone: 360-466-3629
Website: https://www.laconnermaritime.com

Port of Everett

The Port of Everett owns and operates the largest public marina on the West Coast with 2,300 slips. With 10 guest docks, we have ample moorage for visiting boaters! Guest moorage is determined on a first-come, first serve basis and convenient self-pay stations are available on the docks. If you are staying less than six hours before 10 p.m., you are not required to pay guest moorage fees. Our facilities offer a 75-ton Travelift, upland boat storage, a washdown facility, fuel dock, state-of-the-art boatyard with on-site boat repair services and much more. The Marina is surrounded by a variety of upland amenities including restaurants, hospitality, marine retail shops and recreation opportunities with miles of waterfront trails, parks, Jetty Island, events and more.

Elliott Bay Marina

Elliott Bay Marina - With picturesque views of the Seattle Skyline and the Olympic Mountains, Elliott Bay Marina offers a relaxing place to moor. Enjoy two restaurants, repair facilities, 24-hour security, fuel dock, convenience store, year-round events, and friendly customer service from our marina staff.

Union Steamship Company

Union Steamship Co - A first class marina & resort just 8 miles north of Vancouver, BC.
Website: https://www.ussc.ca
Email: marina@ussc.ca
Phone: 604.947.0707VHF 66A

Painted Boat Resort, Spa and Marina

Painted Boat Resort, Spa and Marina - A beautiful setting in the protected calm of the Madeira Park lagoons. Dock and Dine at the Lagoon Restaurant, renowned for its beautiful ambiance, gorgeous views and incredible cuisine.For more information, call 604.883.2456 or visit our website by clicking the link below.
Website: www.paintedboat.com

PANNTOA Rendezvous 2019

PaNNTOA Rendezvous 2019

The Seattle and Vancouver boat shows are past, so the time has come again to think about boating and summer and Panntoa!

The rendezvous is scheduled for Anacortes again, the weekend of the Waterfront Festival-with arrival(s) Thursday, May 30th through departure(s)Sunday, June 2nd. We are starting to put together an exciting lineup already, including Customs Officers from BOTH Canada and the US to answer all your questions about multiple topics such as the Canadian-US Nexus card program, the new US online small vessel reporting system (SVRS) app and more! Keep tuned in as we will be sharing more over the next few weeks.

On a more serious note however, if you ‘ve ever been to a rendezvous before and enjoyed it, if you are looking forward to coming this May because of the good things you’ve heard, we need to talk! Your Commodore, Treasurer, Rendezvous chair, Membership chair and others are all taking a break after this rendezvous and are planning to start enjoying the rendezvous and other business functions from a distance, effective June 1st, end of day.

So what does this mean for every PANNTOA member going forward? It means it’s time to step up! It means it’s time to volunteer while you have the current team in place to share that “tribal knowledge” that could be helpful in the future. It means it’s time for a new administration. So PLEASE, Please, please …. Consider volunteering for the future of PANNTOA.
PLEASE, Please, please send either Greg Kleven (kleven.greg@gmail.com) or myself, Sam Stone (suanns@me.com) a note if you are even thinking about it. Either one of us is happy to answer questions and this couldn’t be a better time to shadow us so it doesn’t seem so overwhelming.