Fall Bird Migration Cruises October 6 & 13, 2012

Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge is home to breeding, nesting, and flyway populations of close to 100 marine bird species at different times of the year. Approximately 70 percent of the nesting seabirds in our inland waters nest here, including the largest nesting colony of rhinoceros auklets in the world. Join Puget Sound Express and the Port Townsend Marine Science Center … Read More

“Better Than Any Sea World Moment”

A big thanks to customer Deena Alley for sharing her outstanding photo of  orcas from her recent trip with us. She mentioned that this was “better than any Sea World moment” – and we’d have to agree. Seeing orcas in the wild is fun (really fun!), but also important. By seeing whales in their natural habitat we can all learn and … Read More

Watching Humpback Whales

Orca whales are not the only mammals we see in the Northwest! IMG_0927.MOV Watch on Posterous

Now Offering Historic Schooner Martha Cruises

When Pete Jr. and Pete Sr. began providing week-long adventures in the Pacific Northwest, we offered those experiences aboard the 80ft schooner, Alcyone. Over the years, we moved from sailboats to powerboats, but we’ve always had a deep love for sailing and for classic boats. It just so happens that we share a berth in Point Hudson Marina with one of the … Read More

Evening Puffin Cruises in July & August

Looking for an enjoyable and informative evening on the water? Every Saturday from July 7 – August 4, 2012, we are partnering with the Port Townsend Marine Science Center for unique Protection Island Puffin Cruises. The cruises depart from our dock at Point Hudson, and run from 6pm-9pm. Protection Island, located just outside of Port Townsend, is a very special place in the … Read More

Eagles and Whales on June 23

The Port Townsend Marine Science Center is partnering with Puget Sound Express and other area businesses for a  “Freedom Weekend Package Getaway” for the whole family on June 23, 2012. At 2pm, you’ll have the opportunity to view a majestic bald eagle up close at a presentation given by Jeff Guidry at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center’s Natural History … Read More