2022 Waggoner Cruising Guide - Spiral Bound
Available Now in Stores and Online!
The Waggoner Cruising Guide includes the most comprehensive and up-to-date information for marinas, anchorages, and waterways from Olympia, Washington to Skagway, Alaska. The Compendium section includes topics to help boaters plan, stay safe, and get the most out of cruising the Inside Passage.
The Waggoner Cruising Guide is available in many marine supply stores, bookstores, and other retail outlets in the US and British Columbia. You can also find the Waggoner Cruising Guide and other great publications here on our website and in the Waggoner Bookstore located at 902 8th St, Anacortes, WA 98221.
The Waggoner Cruising Guide is updated annually and includes a wealth of information about cruising the Pacific Northwest. Editors of the Waggoner continue to maintain its high standards for being the Most Trusted Source for Northwest Boating Information; our readers have told us it’s their bible for Northwest cruising.
This year's theme, "Wild About Wildlife", is sure to bring all-new life to your voyages with new sidebar articles to answer your burning questions such as: How do whales sleep? Why are raccoons so clever? How are black bears different from brown bears? All these and more interesting facts about the many animals we encounter while boating.
This latest edition comes with all-new detailed dock diagrams, anchorage maps, and overview maps as well as countless other updates for marinas, eateries, borders procedures, and regulations. Covid considerations have also been added throughout the book to help you navigate and plan your itinerary during your trips.
Get more value and extend the life of your Waggoner Cruising Guide with our newest addition of QR codes to the Waggoner Cruising Guide. By simply scanning the QR codes with your smartphone's camera you'll be redirected to our website where you can check for updates. Keep up to date on boating and border crossing regulations, marina office hours, and other updated amenities. We hope you give it a try and see how beneficial and helpful this can be to your Northwest boating experience.