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Clipper Yacht Harbor

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Clipper Yacht Harbor
Name Clipper Yacht Harbor
Country USA
State/Province California
City Sausalito
Postal Code/ZIP 94965
Latitude 37°52'9.50"N
Longitude 122°29'48.47"W
Web https://web.archive.org/web/20080501071755/http://www.clipperyacht.com/index.html

Clipper Yacht Harbor is a recreational marina located in the city of Sausalito, California, U.S.A. three miles away from the Golden Gate Bridge. Since 1947, it has been harboring boats up to 60’ feet in length. Clipper Yacht Harbor is the largest harbor in Sausalito, it features 800 slips and dry storage spaces. Clipper Yacht Harbor is the only full service harbor in Sausalito, which can accommodate all boating needs.

Clipper Yacht Harbor is a home of Sausalito’s sport fishing fleet. Each boat performs the latest and most advanced fish finding and navigation equipment available.[clarification needed][citation needed] All vessels are certified by U.S. Coast Guard. The Sportfishing vessels can be chartered for the challenge and excitement of local sportfishing, nature observing, whale watching or for a special occasion.

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We're no longer fueling the boat in the dark the sun's coming up, the days are getting longer and we get to do this again for another season. It's gonna be a beautiful day and we're going to see a lot of cool things but I know the one thing that I need to do is find some whales. Sometimes they're tucked up close to shore there just a few feet off the beach. Sometimes they're out in the middle of the Strait de Juan de Fuca and there's nothing around them, anywhere and everywhere so we're constantly looking. Hi I'm Jason Milhok I'm Captain of the San Juan Clipper. Been doing this for almost 20 years now. This was my summer job in college and it turns out that sometimes your summer job is your best job. This is my favorite boat and my favorite run. Usually the first thing is to power up the boat then power up me with a cup of coffee and then I'm up here getting our navigational equipment setup checking the weather for the day, seeing if there's any whale reports so far and then getting our people on and we're ready to go. We pull out and get this spectacular view of the skyline and the space needle behind us. Move on north and leave that all behind in a couple hours you can totally change the landscape and I think that transition is what really takes people's breath away. Deception Pass is a beautiful rocky passage with a lot of drama and height framed by a bridge on top of it. That's when you get everybody outside hanging over the rail taking photos that's kinda your gateway to the San Juans. It's drier up there, smells different, feels different, the geology is different. Looking around and you see the living mountains to the South. You see Mount Baker behind you. You're seeing the San Juan Islands and Vancouver Island. Everywhere you're looking it's just pristine and spectacular. You meet somebody who's from Ohio and they haven't been on vacation in 25 years and they're just so excited, they're so impressed, what a beautiful place but can't wait to see the whales when will we see the whales, that's where there's a little bit of pressure. Start to see those fins coming into view so we're announcing to our passengers and they're starting to look and the excitement's starting to build. We're starting to load up our decks with passengers and next thing you know Boom. They're out of the water breaching. And that's when the oo's and ah's happen and that's when you know the rest of the day is good. A few years back these orcas were listed as endangered. We're very mindful of that as we watch them and we educate our passengers about that. Whale watching we think serves a purpose in that it spreads the word. They go back and they get involved in the ideas of salmon recovery and marine ocean protection and we think that that's one of our primary goals here it's not just to entertain but also educate. Every time we see them we're still excited. I mean I don't think any being could get tired of watching Orca whales. And then to look back and see people's reactions I mean you get people who are so excited they're almost in tears. I think they're just amazing beautiful creatures and to be able to leave this metropolitan city travel a few hours and see this amazing diverse wildlife, This is the Northwest.

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