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Waggoner Cruising Guide 2024
Waggoner celebrates 30 years of bringing boaters the most up-to-date information for the waters and destinations of British Columbia, Southeast Alaska, and Washington State. Articles celebrating this year’s theme, “Milestones in Northwest Boating,” are found throughout the 30th Anniversary, 2024 edition.
Waggoner Cruising Guide is the top selling, annually updated guidebook for recreational boaters of the Pacific Northwest. Reference maps, area maps, and dock diagrams are included, along with Local Knowledge tips. Detailed dock diagrams, noted with slip numbers/letters, allow boaters to easily find their assigned guest moorage. Contact information and amenities are listed for each marina, along with local activities. All of the needed information and helpful photos are gathered by the editors and field correspondents, who visit marina and anchorage sites in person during the cruising season prior to publication.
Chapter 1, the Compendium, covers all you need to know about boating in the Pacific Northwest, including clearing customs for U.S. and Canada border crossings, weather resources and interpretation, marine communications, anchoring, and much more. Boaters look to the Waggoner for the latest procedures for marine parks, permits, and marina moorage requirements. The blue pages in the back of the book include a list of resources and phone numbers, a list of fuel dock locations, B.C. pumpouts, and a list of the no-wake speed zones not found on nautical charts.
The Waggoner Guide includes world-famous cruising grounds like the San Juan Islands, Princess Louisa Inlet, Misty Fiords, Fiordland National Park, and Glacier Bay National Park. And, yes, Waggoner directs you to all the bear viewing sites and glaciers. Seasonal no-go whale water zones are also noted.
The Waggoner Cruising Guide is known among recreational boaters as the bible and must have for northwest boating. Spiral bound, 528 pages, with over 300 maps.
Ports & Passes 2024
With coverage from Olympia Washington to Prince Rupert British Columbia, the 2024 Ports and Passes tide and current guide is used by serious boaters and professional mariners throughout Puget Sound, the San Juans, and the extensive waters of British Columbia. Ports and Passes is more than just a tide guide, it also contains experience-based local knowledge, explains how tides and currents work, how to use secondary tables to calculate tides and currents at any secondary station, and a lot of other fascinating information. By helping boaters to be more confident in understanding the complex tides and currents of the Pacific Northwest, we aspire to make their cruising more enjoyable.
Waggoner/Ports & Passes Current Atlas Tables
If you use the Canadian Hydrographic Service Canadian Atlas of Tidal Currents - Volume 3, then you need the 2024 Waggoner / Ports and Passes Current Atlas Tables. This handy publication directs the user to the correct current chart in the Canadian Atlas of Tidal Currents - Volume 3 for every hour of every day throughout the year. Without the Current Atlas Tables, one must use a complicated nomogram and the tide tables for Point Atkinson to figure out which current chart is applicable at any given time. This little book is a must for skippers