"The Boater's Most Trusted Resource" is in stock now, bigger and better than ever before, including a brand-new Culinary Section. Boating is a booming industry here in the Northwest, leading to new marinas and more facilities. Keep up to date on the best anchorages and moorages, plus new information on hiking trails and lesser-known beaches.
This year, the Waggoner Guide celebrates the culinary experience. Managing Editors Lorena and Leonard Landon formerly produced the popular Cleats & Eats guidebooks, and bring their knowledge and passion for cruising food to this edition.
Food is a big part of the boating lifestyle in the Northwest and while cruising the Inside Passage, and the editors have put together a guide to culinary options along the route, from world-class gourmet restaurants to farmers' markets to unique bakeries. The region is experiencing aoom in wineries, breweries, cideries, and distilleries, as well as coffee roasters and other specialty food producers.
This new Culinary section also describes how to catch and prepare local wild seafood such as salmon, halibut, prawns, and Dungeness crab. Vegetarians won't feel left out, either: find recipes for Sea Asparagus and meatless dishes alongside the classics.
All reference maps are updated for the 2020 edition and 12 new reference maps added, including a Cypress Island map denoting the extensive trail system. Other new maps include Glendale Cove, Princess Louisa Inlet, James Island, and the Deception Pass area among others. Brandt’s Landing, Narrows Marina, and Poets Cove have new dock diagrams. Chapter 1 includes a new table of “No-Wake Speed Zones” by cruising area, and other helpful information is updated, including new weather resources, maps and customs information
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