Boarding at5:30 pm at Union Wharf 100 Taylor Street, Port Townsend Casual attire Launched in 1922 as a passenger, mail, and goods transportation ship, the Virginia V is the last operating steamship from Puget Sound's Mosquito Fleet era. And since she's built of Douglas Fir, every 2 years she comes to Port Townsend for the Wooden Boat Festival. On Wednesday, September 5, kick off your festival weekend and come aboard this National Historic Landmark Vessel in support of Jefferson Healthcare Foundation. Experience a regional treasure of maritime history while empowering a healthier future for patients and their loved ones in Jefferson County.
Tickets at $200 per person include music, drinks, and hearty appetizers—and 3 hours cruising on the beautiful 125-foot Virginia V.