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Washington has a Coast?

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Washington has a Coast?

I will be in Seattle for a few days and will have two days to do whatever I want. I am thinking I of either hiking around mount Renier or staying some place nice on the pacific coast. My question I guess is, Are their nice small towns on the coast that have restaurants and marinas that might have charters available. Or should I head for the hills ( Mt. Renier.).

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11. Re: Washington has a Coast?

Martin, here's a very nice day trip, rain or shine:

Whidbey Island WI is a great day or more getaway with many features of the Pacific NW; this TA article includes key websites, tours, maps. tripadvisor.com/Travel-g58824-s2/Whidbey-Isl…

On Whidbey Island, an easy hike, Ebey’s Landing State Park Dramatic, easy, trail, farmland to the east, Puget Sound and the Olympics to the west. http://tinyurl.com/3c8zrnc

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12. Re: Washington has a Coast?

Voyaging's suggestion for a day trip on Whidbey Island is good. Whidbey is has the small, quaint towns; great views and wonderful scenery. What type of of charters are you looking for?

From Oak Harbor:

You can sail on the Cutty Sark, starting in April.

http://www.svcuttysark.com/daycruises.html

Or Jet boats: http://www.deceptionpasstours.com

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13. Re: Washington has a Coast?

We also loved our time on Whidbey Island. Langley & Coupeville are fun towns to explore. :).

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