Trawler Fest heads out to the Northwest

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Trawler Fest will take place Thursday through Saturday at the Cap Sante Boat Haven in Anacortes, Wash.

Show highlights include the debut of the 2010 Ranger Tug 27 and the debut of the New Camano 41, in addition to other announcements.

Seminars include: "A Purpose Driven Design and the 80/20 Rule," by Stephen Seaton; "Attention to Detail," by Steve D'Antonio; "All About Anchoring," by Chris and Alyse Caldwell; and "Live Aboard Logistics: Preparing To Live On The Water," by Laurelyn Coleman.

Trawler Fest is produced by PassageMaker Magazine. PassageMaker and Soundings Trade Only are divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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