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Nordhavn owners set to converge in Puget Sound

by Nordhavn 30 Apr 07:54 PDT 3-5 May 2019
2nd annual Nordhavns Around Puget Sound (NAPS) © Nordhavn

Nearly two dozen sets of owners on 17 boats will be meeting up the early next month for the 2nd annual Nordhavns Around Puget Sound (NAPS), where like-minded Nordhavn owners who happen to be in the area meet up and enjoy each other's company.

The event, happening May 3-5 at Cap Sante Marina in Anacortes, WA, will be a weekend filled with dock-walking, potluck suppering, boat visiting and happy-houring - pretty much a typical weekend for Nordhavn owners who stumble upon each other at any given marina. (Earlier this month a handful of Nordhavns impromptued a smilar-type gathering down in the Bahamas.) What sets NAPS apart is that there is some loose organization to it.

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