When:
July 12, 2018 – July 15, 2018 all-day
2018-07-12T00:00:00-04:00
2018-07-16T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
Port Orchard City Marina
707 Sidney Pkwy
Port Orchard, WA 98366
USA
Contact:
Jerry Toner
206-919-6558

The 29th Annual Chris-Craft Rendezvous of the Pacific Northwest will begin on Thursday July 12 and conclude on Sunday July 15, 2018. All events will be held at the Port Orchard City Marina in the historic town of Port Orchard, Washington. Up to 80 classic Chris-Crafts are expected to attend.

Entry for visitors to the events are on the docks, and to see the boats is free. Daily features are; live music, dock parties, and touring of boats, a raffle, a farmers market, seminars, swap meet and demonstrations.

Additionally, for registrants, there will be coffee and doughnuts every morning, a Friday on the dock BBQ dinner, and on Saturday the Dinghy Dash, the Awards Banquet and the Live Auction. The Sunday morning pancake breakfast prepares the fleet for the informal cruiser parade leaving the marina. Chris-Crafts of any vintage or condition are welcome!

Please see our website for more history, stories and photos: www.chriscraftrendezvous.com

2 Comments

  1. We had a 40′ CC Sea Skiff in the early 60’s in Portland. My dad sold it in 1965, and I spotted it in Olympia. That owner had enclosed the fishing cockpit, making it more livable for NW boating. I believe it was called the blue orchid (or similar), as it had a blue hull, mahogany helm and white fly bridge. Wondering if she is still around (and floating). I’d love to see her again. It was the Queen of the Columbia River, as we fished out of Warrenton & probably made 250+ bar crossings in all types of weather. Fast, seaworthy and caught a lot of salmon.
    Thx.
    Ed Casey (Jr)

    • I did not find a boat named Blue Orchid in the ACBS database. I have forwarded a copy of your message to the President of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the ACBS.

      Dan Gyoerkoe, Executive Drirector
      ACBS

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