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EARLIER LAST WEEK, Angus Express came into the Port Angeles port to be refueled by Tesoro Petroleum. The 338-foot Philippine-flagged vessel is a livestock carrier.… Continue reading
LAST WEEKEND, A log barge came into the harbor. I understand the barge had a few bundles of logs for PA Hardwood that were offloaded… Continue reading
EARLIER LAST WEEK, Astoria Bay moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3 to take on a cargo of debarked logs that will be… Continue reading
THE SECOND ANNUAL Waterfront Day in Port Angeles is today from noon until 4 p.m. There have been some changes to the original venues because… Continue reading
THE PORT ANGELES waterfront will have activities galore in the next few weeks to delight the fancy of water watchers, mariners and just plain curious… Continue reading
FOR THE PAST couple of weeks, contractors have been removing and disposing of the macadam overlay on the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3. Once… Continue reading
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 21, my wife, Mardi, and I attended the maiden voyage party aboard the cargo ship New Face, which was moored to the… Continue reading
CONTRACTORS HAVE BEEN digging in the dirt around Terminal 3 in Port Angeles for the past couple of weeks. I asked around and determined that… Continue reading
It was the favorite color of Sir Thomas Octave Murdock (T.O.M.) Sopwith, the famed aircraft and boat designer in England in the 1920s and 1930s.
The Astoria Bay, once known as Dry Beam, was once struck by a wave thought to be 50 feet high and was helped out by coast guards from both borders.
The bright-yellow vessel came from Vancouver, B.C., after delivering a grain silo.
A regatta will be held Saturday in support of Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County.
Also, the scuttlebutt on the collision between a ballistic-missile submarine and Navy Offshore Support Vessel.
Whenever I mention log ships and China, I seem to field quite a few phone calls and emails from thosewho are of the opinion that this is an example of jobs being exported from the United States.
ON JULY 23, the 616-foot cargo ship Alaska moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3. This is the third time this year the… Continue reading
In the early morning hours of July 5, the Port Angeles waterfront lost a stalwart when we learned of the death of Capt. Bill Larson.… Continue reading
LAST SUNDAY NIGHT, the Holland America cruise ship MS Maasdam, while underway to Alaska, pulled into Port Angeles Harbor. I surmise either a passenger or… Continue reading
ON THURSDAY, THE cargo ship Alaska moored to the Port of Port Angeles’ Terminal 3 to take on a load of logs for export to… Continue reading
THE LOSS OF El Faro, a 736-foot cargo ship on the eastern seaboard in the throes of hurricane Joaquin, has been called by some as… Continue reading
Recently, Alyeska, a 111-foot midwater trawler that hails from Neah Bay, pulled into the Port Angeles Boat Haven for a load of diesel fuel prior… Continue reading