6 ways to get out on the water if you don’t own a boat

9/29/2013
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Sailboats take to the waters of Lake Union for The Center for Wooden Boats’ 14th Annual Norm Blanchard W.O.O.D.

No boat? No friends with yachts? You can still sail, paddle or party on the water in the great Northwest.

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