The Clean Bay is an all electric, zero-emission work boat built by students of the School, that will be based out of Port Ludlow Bay, to provide free pump out services to recreational mariners. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

The Clean Bay is an all electric, zero-emission work boat built by students of the School, that will be based out of Port Ludlow Bay, to provide free pump out services to recreational mariners. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Students build Clean Bay, an launch all electric, zero-emission work boat

Clean Bay was built to provide free pump out services to recreational mariners

Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding Marine Systems Instructor Kevin Ritz, left, Lead Instructor Bruce Blatchley, center, and student Chris Mullin ride aboard the Clean Bay as it was launched into the Point Hudson Marina on Tuesday.

The Clean Bay is an all electric, zero-emission work boat built by students of the school that will be based out of Port Ludlow Bay to provide free pump out services to recreational mariners. The school also launched a traditionally built 28-foot-long Herreshoff Rozinante canoe yawl sailboat that was also built by students and instructors at the school.

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