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Sail out of Coupeville on the Hawaiian Chieftain

Seattle resident Raina Littlewolf Borges cleans the side of the Hawaiian Chieftain.  - Nathan Whalen / The Record
Seattle resident Raina Littlewolf Borges cleans the side of the Hawaiian Chieftain.
— image credit: Nathan Whalen / The Record

Seattle resident Raina Littlewolf Borges cleans the side of the Hawaiian Chieftain. The tall ship arrived at the Coupeville Wharf and is available for tours and sailings through the Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival, Aug. 11 and 12.

The Hawaiian Chieftain will sail in Penn Cove and Saratoga Passage, conditions permitting. Crews wear period costumes for the walk-on tours, two-hour evening sails and three-hour adventure sails, which include chances to take the helm, raise a sail and learn a sailor’s work song.

Sailing tickets cost $39, evening sail tickets are $29 and the walk-on costs a $3 donation.

 

 

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