The Indian Cove Wooden Boat Society invites you to take a ride in the recently restored Kingston Bay Lobster Boat.
With the re-launching of the lobster boat earlier this month, the local, non-profit, Indian Cove Wooden Boat Society of Hartstene Pointe invites you to take a ride in the recently restored Kingston Bay Lobster Boat. As a service to the community, the society provides rides that are either sail or paddle, weather depending, that last up to one hour, to home owners and their guests. All owners and their guests are welcome. The only compensation for the boat and skipper we will accept is a free will offering with all proceeds going to the Pioneer Food Bank, (make check out to Pioneer Food Bank).
Children must be accompanied by an adult and are welcome as well. Life Jackets and masks are required. We can accommodate up to two passengers at a time.
Call or email Dan Hrehov to schedule the boat and skipper. It will be usually in the afternoons between 1 and 4.
Bring sunscreen, water bottle, hat, clothes that might get wet etc.
Wear Life vest and mask
Sign Participation List
Contact Dan Hrehov firstname.lastname@example.org 206-940-2224
Rides will be either sail or paddle, weather depending and will last approximately ½ hour. All owners and their guests are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult and are welcome as well.
Ride Dates: By Appointment
Questions? Contact Dan Hrehov email@example.com
History of the Wooden Boat (Samish)
|Samish Being Launched||
Samish getting prepared for launch
The Indian Cove Wooden Boat Society (ICWBS), is comprised of a small group of property owners that over the years have restored a replica of the popular Kingston Bay (Maine) Lobster Boat.