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WATERSPORTS

Whatcom County

New Whatcom Rowing

Is the first rowing club in the Northwest dedicated to open-water rowing. You can now enjoy the peace, wonder, and superb health benefits of rowing year-round right here on Bellingham Bay. The sheltering effect of South Hill from prevailing southerlies, allows New Whatcom rowers to row year-round between Fairhaven and Cornwall/GP (New Whatcom) alongside Boulevard Park. Loons, Goldeneyes, Cormorants, and curious harbor seals inhabit this calm stretch of water. No row is complete without a curious harbor seal popping up behind your boat. For more information please contact PO Box 4435, Bellingham, WA 98227 or visit http://www.nwrowing.us/index.html

Washington Divers

Washington Divers is located in downtown Bellingham Washington, approximately 4 blocks south of the Herald Building, at: 903 N State St Bellingham, WA 98225. For more information, please call 360-676-8029 or visit http://www.washingtondivers.com

Whatcom Association of Kayak Enthusiasts

Welcome to WAKE. We're a non-profit social kayaking organization based in Bellingham, WA, open to any adult who wants to paddle in the Pacific Northwest. Our focus is sea kayaking, however, we do have many whitewater kayakers as members. Because paddling conditions in the Pacific Northwest are typically cold and fickle, WAKE emphasizes safety in all sponsored events: trainings, occasional day paddles and trips, and monthly meetings with speakers addressing all aspects of paddling. For general information please email info@wakekayak.org

Skagit County

Anacortes Diving and Supply

Offer instruction in scuba and snorkling for beginner through advanced and instructor levels. Located at: 2502 Commercial Ave, Anacortes, WA. For more information please call 360-293-2070 or visit: http://www.anacortesdiving.com

Hole in the Wall Paddling Club

Activities: Kayaking Club promotes outdoor adventure, skill development, and safety for all ages and skill levels. Located at: 5109 Sterling Dr., Anacortes, WA 89221. For more information please call 360-588-8846 or visit http://www.holeinthewallpaddlingclub.org

Island Outfitters

Daily kayak tours, kayak rentals, instruction or lessons for beginners to advanced paddlers. Located at: 2515 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes WA, 98221. For more information, please call 360-299-2300 or visit www.seakayakshop.com

Old Anacortes Rowing Society - OARS

Fixed seat rowing in 21-foot fixed-seat four oared gigs and stretch wherry. Weekly membership meetings. For more information please contact: PO Box 414, Anacortes, WA, 98221, phone: 360-293-0595 or visit http://www.oarss.org

Sea Explorer’s Program

Fixed seat rowing for boys and girls ages 14 1/2 – 18. Instruction and competition, season is March to October, Sea Scout Ship Program, sailing for boys and girls ages 141/2 – 21. Located at: 1319 Erie Avenue, Anacortes, WA, 98221. For more information, please call 360-293-3407.

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