Port Townsend Shipwright’s Co-op

3109 Jefferson St
PO Box 1163
Port Townsend    WA       98368
(360) 385-6138        (360) 385-5710

The talented crew of the Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-Op is well-known for their traditional woodworking skills: from fine interior joinery on sail and motor yachts to major structural restoration on commercial fishing vessels. Their attention to detail and depth of knowledge insures your modern or classic boat will leave the shop in superior condition.

PTSC also specializes in new construction, metal fabrication and fiberglass. Design and installation of Electrical –
marine electronics and navigation systems, Mechanical – engines, propulsion, fuel and drive, Systems – heating, cooling, plumbing, steering, refrigeration and hydraulics, and Spars and Rigging.

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Palouse Boatworks, Inc.

913 L Street
PO Box 694
Port Townsend    WA    98368

(360) 385-3240

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Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding

42 North Water St
Port Hadlock    WA    98339
(360) 385-4948        (360) 385-5089

Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding – Everyone’s Wooden Boat School

 

Make a living – craft a life

The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding islocated in Port Hadlock, Washington. The Boat School is one of the premier accredited educational institutions of its kind, attracting students from around world and as far away as Japan, Australia, England, South Korea, Canada, Taiwan, Ireland, Mexico and Scotland. Their mission is to teach and preserve the skills and crafts associated with fine wooden boat building and other traditional maritime arts with emphasis on the development of the individual as a craftsperson.

 

The instructors are master maritime craftsmen and inspiring industry leaders

As a team the instructors share a devotion to the highest levels of craftsmanship. They are inspiring professionals with years of wooden boat building experience before becoming teachers. This experience helps them successfully guide students in their personal career goals and aspirations.

 

The instructors value the art of teaching and supporting the success of all their students. These positive traits are distinguishing features of the School. Each of the instructors has established an international reputation both as a master boat builder and as a master teacher.

 

The School offers both traditional wooden boat building and contemporary wood composite construction

 

The boat building programs include Traditional Small Wooden Boats, Traditional Large Wooden Boats and Contemporary Wood Composite Boats, giving students a broad range of skills for careers in the marine industries. Graduates establish themselves in a host of maritime and related career strands, including boat yards, maritime museums, educational programs, architectural design, rocket construction, automotive design, wooden boat repair and restoration, yacht construction, wooden boat building, boat surveying, musical instrument building, building construction and fine furniture making.

 

Veterans, second career explorers, women, retirees  and international students are all welcome

 

Because the instructors effectively impart their knowledge to others, the School has become noted as a positive and safe learning environment for learners of all backgrounds, including:

 

  • Veterans quietly exploring new careers and their love of woodworking and boats.
  • Recent high school graduates beginning exciting careers in a supportive community of boat builders and other related pathways.
  • Second career learners absorbing new hands-on skills that better match their true passions and interests.
  • Women who want the challenge of entering an exciting hands-on profession in which women continue to be underrepresented.
  • Retirees pursuing long-awaited dreams of pursuing the beauty and artistry of wooden boat building.
  • International students who learn about the School online and are attracted to the small, intimate setting of the School.

    No previous woodworking experience is needed to attend the Boat School.

 

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Northwest Sails and Canvas

Northwest Sails
42 North Water Street
Port Hadlock, WA 98339
Office (360)385-7141
Cell (360)301-3204

Canvas Shop    
1238 Blaine St.
Port Townsend    WA    98368
(360) 385-5416     (360) 301-3204

Services Offered:

Canvas Products
Design
Sail Making

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Maupin Marine Survey

291 Cook Ave. Ext.
Port Townsend    WA    98368
(360) 379-1427    (360) 301-1210

Services Offered:

Pre-Purchase Marine Survey

This is the most comprehensive type of marine survey and is recommended when purchasing a used vessel. Overall condition and valuation of the vessel will be examined. This survey covers structural integrity, electrical systems, general propulsion system, fuel system, other machinery, navigation equipment, miscellaneous on-board systems, cosmetic appearance, electronics, and overall maintenance as well as out-of-water underbody inspection. However we do not perform engine surveys or sailboat rigging surveys, preferring instead for your protection to refer you to the appropriate experts in those fields if we feel such a survey is warranted.

Marine Insurance Survey

Insurance Surveys are performed so that the insurance company can determine whether or not the vessel is an acceptable risk. Your insurer is interested in structural integrity and safety for its intended use. Most insurance companies require a marine survey on boats every four to five years, and they also want verification of the vessel’s fair market value.

Offshore Marine Survey

Your insurance company may require a marine survey to determine if your vessel is properly outfitted and equipped for that offshore passage to California, the South Pacific or beyond.

Marine Appraisal Inspection

Marine appraisal inspections are performed to gather enough information to justify or determine the fair market value of the vessel. This is normally needed for financing, estate settlements, donations and legal cases.

Damage Survey

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Hasse and Company/Port Townsend Sails

315 Jackson Street
Port Townsend    WA    98368
(360) 385-1640    (360) 643-3173    (360) 385-0476

 

Our mission is to contribute to the self-reliance and confidence of our customers and to the integrity and tradition of the sail making craft by providing hands-on education and by building the highest quality cruising sails available anywhere.

 

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ACI Marine ~ Gold Star Marine


ACI Marine ~ Gold Star Marine
2900 Washington St.
Port Townsend    WA    98368
385-3054

Whatever your boat needs, we can handle it.
We work on sail and power vessels. large or small from trailerable boats to yachts and workboats up to 65’LOA in any material (fiberglass, wood, or metal).

Services Offered:

Full Service Boat Yard
Electrical Upgrades, Equipment Installations and Troubleshooting
Mechanical and Systems
Metal Work
Repair and fabrication in wood, steel and aluminum.
Bottom paint and finish painting

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Fine Yacht Interiors

910 D Haines Place
PO Box 1191
Port Townsend    WA    98368
(360) 379-0661    (360) 316-9584
Gwendolyn Tracy

Services Offered:
Design
Upholstery
Custom Mattresses
Toppers & Bedding
Yacht Interior Design Services
Window Treatments

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Designkraft

2378 Hastings Avenue West
PO Box 1687
Port Townsend    WA    98368
(360) 301-3794    (360) 301-3794

I provide design and consulting services for vessel owners and other marine trade businesses, on projects that range from new construction, to refits and conversions. A strong emphasis on human factors, aesthetics, safety and appropriateness are of particular concern to me. Projects have included small sailboats and yacht tenders, workboat conversions, power and sail production yachts and one-of-a-kind mega yachts. Services include concept sketches, production drawings, construction details, perspective sketches and illustrations. I can provide assistance with the selection of materials, fixtures, lighting, furniture, fabric and color coordination, and project management.

 

Services Offered:

Boat Building – Wood
Cabinetry/Joinery
Concept Sketches
Design
Production Drawings
Construction Details
Perspective Sketches
Illustrations

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Brion Toss Yacht Riggers

 

Brian Toss

313 Jackson St
Port Townsend    WA    98368
(360) 385-1080    (360) 643-1900    (360) 385-4538

Our Mission is to blend the ageless wisdom of traditional riggingwith the materials and applications of modern day. We work with our clients to provide complete rigging services of the highest standard and specialize in preparing vessels and their owners for extended cruising and offshore voyages.

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