PUGET SOUND PLACES TO GO HOVERING?

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Mudbay
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PUGET SOUND PLACES TO GO HOVERING?

Post by Mudbay » March 29th, 2020, 10:08 pm

I've just been watching some Sevtec videos on YT and started wondering where good places are to take out a hovercraft in the Puget Sound/Washington area. I've spent most of my boating life trying to avoid shallows and mudflats so if I ever get a hovercraft, it would be good to have some destinations in mind.

I'm also looking for a hovercraft, so if anyone knows of any for sale, please let me know. Four strokes are probably all I'd be interested in due to less noise.

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Re: PUGET SOUND PLACES TO GO HOVERING?

Post by bphillip2 » May 25th, 2020, 10:50 am

That would be a long list, but here are a few I've been to by SEV;
Lake Washington
Oystery Bay in the Totten
Mud Bay
Skookum Inlet
Oakland Bay
Hope Island near Steamboat and the other near Skagit Island
Budd inlet
McMicken I
Coulter Creek near Allyn
Eagle I near Anderson I
Nisqually flats
Henderson Bay
Browns Point/Dash Point
Robinson PT Light
Pitt I
Liberty Bay
Blake Island
Everett and the Snohomish river to Fall City and Skycomish up past the Hwy9 bridge
Gedney I
Camano I, Standwood, Kayak Pt
Goat I, Ika I, Dugualla Bay, Skagit Flats(Craft I)
Done about 100 laps around Fidalgo Island
and most all of the San Juan's and Gulf Islands.
Padilla Bay and Skagit Flats are great areas.
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