Boating

2016 Native Canoe Races were a huge success! 

2017 Date to be announced.  ALWAYS IN MAY! 

WATERFEST 2016

The Coupeville Wharf provides those coming in on sail or motor boat, easy access to Coupeville.

Available: Moorage, fuel, drinks, food, shopping and local marine education. Visit the Port website to access more information for your next sailing in!

Boat Launch (no services) located on NE 9th Street east of Wharf. Map

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Coupeville, has dinning, shopping, beach walking, wine drinking, ice cream, and a premier library and Museum. Walkable town.  Farmers Market next to library Saturdays  April through October.

Beaches along either side of the wharf offer a wide variety of wild life and uncovered sea life during low tide. These beaches are not sand beaches, wear shoes.  Great for macro to wide angle photography.

Popular kayaking. Rentals available on the wharf.

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Another great time for boat lovers is when historic boats, Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain, come to thrill us with their beauty and preservation and cannoned battles. Rides, tours and education also available. Check their website for schedules.

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If it’s boating you love, the shores of historic Coupeville on Penn Cove are the place for you.

July – Annual Race Week

May – Annual Penn Cove Water Festival Native Canoe Races

March – Mussel Festival, Sustainable Mussel Farm Boat Tours 

Mussel Farm boat tours only available in March at the Mussel Fest.

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Visit the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce site for additional information on Coupeville