Ship's Log

Dylan Rondeau Remembered with Community Investments

Rondeau Family Creates Funds at Northwest Maritime Center and Jefferson Community Foundation The family of Dylan Rondeau has chosen to honor his life by making two $100,000 gifts, one to Northwest Maritime Center and the other to Jefferson Community Foundation. The ...

Port Townsend Maritime Academy Students Earn Drill Conductor Card

This year’s Port Townsend Maritime Academy (PTMA) students recently completed six weeks of training to earn their Alaska Marine Safety Education Association (AMSEA) Drill Conductor Card. This US Coast Guard-approved course provides practical knowledge of marine survival equipment and ...

Experiential Exploration: 9th Grade at Maritime High School

By Joe Cline, Managing Editor of 48° North Application Window for New Students Open Until January 31, 2024 Think back to the start of high school. Did you have options? Many students today do, and for those interested in hands-on learning, the wide-ranging ...

Bravo Team: Wood Ships and Friendships

There are good ships, and wood ships, the ships that sail the sea, but the best ships are friendships, and may that always be! And then there are wood ships! Anyone who has experience with boats, especially wooden ones, knows ...

Girls’ Boat Project 2024

For girls age 11–14 (6th–8th grade) Registration for our spring sessions is now open! Girls' Boat Project meets on Wednesdays from 1:30 to 4:30 PM from April 10 through May 8, 2024. In the Girls’ Boat Project, middle school students gain skills and have fun ...

Bravo Team: Learning the Ropes

Nothing like closing out the year with full steam, as our group of young longboaters literally learns the ropes. Bravo Team is in full swing, and getting the feel for their equipment, crewmates, and the changing season. Our first month ...