Virginia V

Steaming in the Northwest since 1922

Built in 1922 in the Puget Sound and recently restored, the Virginia V is a genuine wooden-hull ship with a fully-operational 100+ year-old steam engine.

Virginia V is one of the last operating steamships in America and Washington state’s most historic steamship.

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March 9, 8:00 pm

March Chantey Sing

Captain Dano Quinn, as fine an Irishman as you will ever meet, will lead us at the March sing-a-long.  Dan is a habitual winner of the Seattle Stories of the Sea Contest and is a regular at Astoria’s FisherPoets Gathering.  As a tall ship skipper, charter captain, and cruise ship master, Dan has collected and sung many songs of the sea from all over the world. Being close to St. Patrick’s Day, we will surely include a few maritime Irish songs.

Free; donations accepted

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