Seabacs FEATURES Banner who's a vintage map of Seattle and Elliot Bay from 1891 in the background. The Seabacs logo banner is flanked by the text: Seabacs Features: A collection of interesting articles about things like the maritime history of Puget Sound and the Salish Sea, boating safety and more. Regulations, etiquette and more. We feature a growing collection of topics and useful insights to increase your knowledge and maximize your boating enjoyment.
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Seabacs Features

As we ramp-up our new Seabacs website, we’ll be adding more content related to our rich maritime history, present day topics, as well as peering into what the future holds for the pleasure boating community here in Puget Sound, across the U.S. and Canada, and around the world.

Here, you’ll find more in-depth articles with plenty of relevant links and we hope you enjoy visiting often as we add new materials. If you have some sea tales to share, please send an email to us at: features@seabacs.com. Click on the bell in the banners below to go to the page.

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Seabacs link banner shows 12workers from an oil rig platform floating in the ocean wearing lifejackets rafted together while awaiting rescue. The headline banner reads: Wear it Washington! Sabacs supports the National Safe Boating Council in promoting the use of lifejackets. Lifejackets save lives. 85 per cent of people who drown while boating were not wearing a life jacket. Wear it! It's the law. Then a banner containing an illustration of a lifejacket shows the text Wear it! Always Wear your life jacket! National safe boating week - May 16 -22, 2015. Another illustration shows a lifejacket inside a circle with the text Wear it Washington! Click on the bell or anywhere on the banner to go to the story in our Features section.
Seabacs Features page banner shows a photo of the sailing schooner The Adventuress at full sail in Puget Sound. The Seabacs logo banner reads: Seabacs in the Community. We're always up for a good cause and are proud to be a supporter of The Adventuress, operated by Soundexperience.org. The Mission of the Adventuress. 102 year old National Historical Landmark sails the Salish Sea teaching environmental education to students and people of all ages. Click the bell or anywhere on the banner to go to the article.
Seabacs link banner shows a silk embroidery and oil painting of the schooner Thomas W. Lawson at full sail. Click on the bell or anywhere on the banner to go to the story of how another schooner designed by the same man who designed the Adventuress met a tragic fate.
Seabacs link banner shows a photo of the U.S. Navy Memorial statue The Lone Sailor at Bremerton Marina in Washington State. The Seabacs logo banner is flanked by the text: Seabacs in the community. We're always up for a good cause and are proud to promote the work of the United States Navy memorial Foundation. Honoring the Men & Women of the Sea Services with memorials in Washington, D.C. and around the country, including Kirkland and Bremerton, Washington. Click the bell or anywhere on the banner to go to the feature.
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