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Thank you for all who made it to the luncheon.
If you missed the presentation and would like to see Mr. Schinfeld’s PowerPoint presentation click here.
December 21, 2011 Leave a comment
11:30 – 1:30 PM
Make your luncheon reservations now! The next luncheon will be held January 18th at Salty’s on Alki. Our guest speaker will be Eric Schinfeld, President of the Washington Council on International Trade. As a special program of the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce, WCIT is a nonprofit organization that advances polices beneficial to international trade in Washington State.
Eric Schinfeld was most recently program manager for economic development at the Puget Sound Regional Council. He has also worked in the office of U.S. Rep. Rick Boucher, and served as the founding executive director of Shunpike, a nonprofit arts services organization that provides business and organizational consulting services to emerging arts organizations. He has an MPA from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs and majored in political science and theater at the University of Pennsylvania. Read more from Stephen H. Dunphy’s July 2011 article “New leaders take the helms of key agencies boosting Washington trade”.
Blacken Salmon Caesar Salad
Seafood Chowder to start
Members: $35.00 Guests: $40.00
Luncheon sponsored by
All reservations must be pre-paid. For reservations call the Club office at 206-448-7660 with your credit card information by Noon, January 16.
If you are unable to attend and have made a reservation, cancellations must be received no later than Noon, January 16th or you will be charged.
Please call Marine Exchange (206) 448-7660 or contact Polly: polly (at) marineexchangesea.com
December 7, 2011 Leave a comment
Save the Date!
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Reception 6:00pm with Silent Auction
Dinner 8:00pm, Dancing 9:00pm
Look for your invitation in
If you would like to donate auction items, please contact Cynthia Reed
Steamship Dinner Committee Co-Chair
Holly Downey, C.H. Robinson Worldwide
Becky Huntsman, Service Heavy Haul
Steamship Dinner Committee
Cynthia Reed, Marine Exchange of Puget Sound * Alina Rombakh, Hyatt Place Seattle/Downtown
Kim Lee, EMO Trans Seattle * Matt Bryan, Maxum Marine * Marc Warner, LeGros, Buchanan & Paul
June 18, 2011 Leave a comment
We opened the June 15th awards luncheon with a tribute to Carla Martin, Seattle Propeller Club member and Board of Directors chairperson. Carla will be greatly missed, if you would like to leave a note with the family, you may do so on the CaringBridge.org website.
This awards luncheon was sponsored by Vigor Shipyards. Below is John Lockwood’s presentation on the transition of the company, formerly known as Todd Shipyard, and its many strengths as the company moves forward.
The seventh annual Norm Manly Youth Maritime Training Association (YMTA) Maritime Educational Scholarship competition was held on Saturday, April 30, 2011 at Compass Course Maritime Training. YMTA is very proud to announce the six Washington State High School seniors awarded the 2011 YMTA and the Pacific Maritime Magazine Scholarships: Sarah Deland, Paul Van Dyke, Angelica Janda, Rose Hendrix, Melissa Allen, Madeleine Wolczko
Seattle Maritime Festival
Maritime Festival Luncheon
Public Official of the Year: Rep. Judy Clibborn
Puget Sound Maritime Achievement Award: Mike Garvey
Marine Environmental Business of the Year, Comprehensive Plan: APL
Marine Environmental Business of the Year, Initiative: Harley Marine Services
Marine Environmental Business of the Year, Honorable Mention: Crowley Marine
Seattle Waterfront Neighborhood Chowder Cook Off
2011 Chowder Cook Off Results – Celebrity Judging
First Place: Bell Harbor Conference Center
Second Place: The Edgewater
Third Place: Steamers
2011 Chowder Cook Off Results – Celebrity Judging Special Awards
Clammiest: Bell Harbor Conference Center
Cutting Edge: 2100 Bistro at the Marriott
2011 People’s Choice Award:
First Place: Six Seven at the Edgewater
Second Place: 2100 Bistro at the Marriott
Third Place: Bell Harbor Conference Center
National Fisherman and Pacific Marine Expo Stories of the Sea
First Place: Dano Quinn
Second Place: Pat Dixon
Third Place: Jon Pfaff
Honorable Mention: Charlie Sheldon
Pacific Maritime Magazine Quick and Dirty Boat Building
“Dirtiest Boat” trophy, best exemplifying the spirit of the competition:
Guido Perla & Associates
Marty Johnson Memorial Fastest Boat Trophy, winner of the races: Guido Perla & Associates
Student Team: Bellevue College School of Engineering
Survival Suit Races
First Place: Coast Guard Sector Puget Sound 55.5 seconds
Second Place: Compass Courses 1:20.9
Third Place: Ballard Maritime Academy 1:28.5
U.S. Oil Tugboat Race Championship
Tacoma Narrows 7:48
Bull Pup 9:06
Prudhoe Bay 10:56
Patricia S 6:48
Island Voyager 7:24
- People’s Choice Award: Glendale
- Tugboat Annie Award: Reliable
- Chairman’s Award: Global Diving and Salvage
Spirit of the Seattle Maritime Festival Award: Gary Stauffer
June 14, 2011 Leave a comment
Part 2 of the narrative recap of the tugboats on parade at the Seattle Maritime Festival, May 14, along the downtown Seattle Waterfront. Tugboats included in this video: Global Diving & Salvage, ITB Patricia S, Noreen, Leschi, Reliable, Skillful, Island Voyager, Teal, Parthia, Argosy, Reliance, Comorant, NCR, Maritime Pioneer, Maritime Instructor, Sterling, AUS Diving.
If you’ve missed Part 1 of this year’s Tugboat Parade, you can watch it here.
Thank you Workboat Magazine for helping us sponsor the tugboat parade this year!
Did you see the exciting Sea/Air Helicopter Rescue Demonstration by the USCG at the festival? Catch the excitement from this post here!
June 14, 2011 Leave a comment
Hungry for more excitement? Well, don’t forget to check out the Seattle Waterfront Best Chowder competition! It’s all right here starting at this post.
June 7, 2011 Leave a comment
Here’s the scoop on the Quick and Dirty Boat Building Competition by Pacific Maritime Magazine.
See the awesome Seattle Maritime Fest fan videos of this year’s tugboat races posted here!