ASTORIA – The Columbia River Maritime Museum has once again received the highest national recognition given to U.S. museums, accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums. The museum was first accredited in 1980, and all museums undergo re-accreditation review every 10 years. The process…
Name: F/V Redeemer
Vessel: Hilton’s Express
Drive down U.S. Highway 30 east of Astoria and you might see a growing number of ships parked along the piers of North Tongue Point, a World War II-era shipyard.
- Local businesses ship products across the U.S.
- Food delivery abounds south of Columbia, lacks to the north
- Columbia River Maritime Museum receives re-accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums
- After 36 years, Mestriches hand off Clatsop Power Equipment
- Boat of the Month, F/V Redeemer
- Local businesses offer natural bath and beauty products
- Spring break very busy for local businesses
- 'Pet Emporium' opens in Ocean Park
- Hanthorn Cannery Market seeking vendors
- Spectrum opens store in Warrenton
Vessel: Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast, WMEC 623
The Training Ship M/V Forerunner is used through Clatsop Community College's Marine and Environmental Research Training Station Campus in Astoria.
More than a year has passed since a log ship left the Port of Astoria for China. Pier 1 sits empty except for the Regatta, a passenger ship in lay berth since October while the industry rides …
As a new vessel deconstruction facility nears completion in Ilwaco, Coast River Business Journal spoke with Ilwaco and Chinook Port Manager Guy Glenn Jr. regarding the progress of the project.
NASELLE — Up a winding road dirt road near the edge of Naselle on a property lined with trees and pocked with pre-World War II industrial equipment lives Lowell Stambaugh.
ILWACO — At any one time, several sailboats, yachts and miscellaneous fishing vessels of all sizes and functions line the Ilwaco Boatyard. Most arrive for annual maintenance and repairs that o…