After several hours of prep, our Northwest First Aid / Northwest Maritime Academy/ Northwest Response Training & Rescue Boat has been converted to a USCG/AUX Facility to support the Seattle Seafair on the water events. (check out our video on our Facebook page)
The Vessel “Winnie” while available for all West Coast Emergency Medical Response Events, serves many functions from a Training Vessel, Emergency Response for NWFA, and Patrol with the USCG/AUX and yes, we get to go play too!
This weekend Captain Thomas Bliss becomes USCG/AUX COXSWAIN Bliss and has the pleasure of serving the attendees of our great “Seafair Weekend.” If you see us on the water, be sure to say hello.
And we re carrying a First Aid Kit just in case you need a Band-Aid.
Are you attending Seafair by boat?
A few words of advice for boaters attending Seafair.
#1) You cannot pass into the restricted spaces without a pass. No Pass, don’t even ask. see map link below
After the airshow is fine. Please do not push the line of buoys, stay put until after the signal for the break-in, about 2:30pm, you’ll know when its cool to go.
#2) Behave, Have Fun, and Behave!
#3) Download this list of rules 2015_-_Seafair_Weekend_Notice_to_Boaters
#4) Download this map, it has even more rules. SeafairWeekend_MainMap_2015_v2_WEB_(1)
#5) Lookout for your friends, lets not have any accidents.
Kids under 13 years of age need a life jacket at all times.
Don’t get popped for BUI, bring a DD!
ALWAYS TRAVEL AT NO WAKE SPEED
If you see us, say Hi! We are in the 17′ Boston Whaler at the south end of the lake at Bailey Peninsula. (Thomas is the really handsome one in the blue uniform, Dave is the other handsome one in the blue uniform, basically two really handsome guys in blue uniforms at your service)