Wooden Boat Shows on the Oregon Coast

by Michael Bogoger (Doryman)
(Newport, Oregon, US)

Two Wooden Boat events on the Oregon coast:

Depot Bay Wooden Boat Show and Crab Feed:

April 17-18 8AM-5PM
Depot Bay, Oregon


Toledo Wooden Boat Show:

August 20-22 8AM-6PM

Each of these events feature local hand crafted wood boats as well as historic fishing and recreational vessels from the Oregon coast.

There are many participatory events for spectators and all are invited to display their boats and maritime crafts.

Live music and home made food, too!

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by: Mike

Thank you, Michael (Doryman) for telling us about these Wooden Boat events.

In these days where all the publicity seems to be concentrated on the big money, hi tec, events it is good to know that there is still plenty of interest in the more sustainable end of boating.

If anyone else knows of a Wooden Boat Event that I haven’t listed please let me know so we can spread the word.


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