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December 4, 2017 / Jed Vaughn / Dreamscapes

Sailing the Salish Sea

Schooner Zodiac is a majestic historical vessel purchased in 1924 for the Johnson & Johnson brothers. Constructed from mahogany, brass, teak, and fir, it has 26 berths, eight staterooms, a large galley and a deck that spans 38.74 meters. It accommodates 49-day trip passengers and 26 for overnight excursions. Two hours had passed since departing the Port of Bellingham and it was a peaceful day in the San Juan Islands. Heading west under engine power, Lummi Island was just off our starboard side. The water was flat as glass, and so far, the wind had been quiet. Read the full feature here. 

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