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Schooner Suva is a historic wooden sailing vessel which is owned and operated by the (non-profit 501(c)(3)) Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation. The ship is crewed by trained volunteers and US Coast Guard certified Captains. Suva is supported by...more
Hours Today: 11:00 am - 6:30 pm
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
24 Front St, Coupeville, Whidbey Island, WA 98239-3443
Sailing on the Suva was a great experience, especially if you like sailboats. The boat is great, the scenery beautiful, and the crew very friendly and helpful. It was really fun to help steer the boat and see how the crew work smoothly together. Heartily...More
Out looking for the “Wizard”.
Beautiful boat, beautiful staff, beautiful day sailing out of Langley, WA.
Thanks for being so wonderful to my grandsons!
Camano Islanders had a treat as well!
C. Wurtz & Family..... Wichita,
A group of us went for a sailing on the SUVA Schooner. What an incredible experience. The boat is beautiful and it's wonderful to see how it has been restored and maintained! The crew was very knowledgeable about the ship's history and it was so...More
This was my first time sailing and it was absolutely amazing! The entire crew was very welcoming and knowledgable and I love that they were volunteers and learning new things along with me! Our captain let me steer the ship and it was a one...More
I took my nephew for a sail aboard the Suva two summers ago and he's still talking about it. We actually saw a mother Orca with her baby and my nephew, a 20 something who is rarely amused, got to take the wheel and feel...More
This is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon letting “your people” (the crew) do the work sailing around the cove at Coupeville. I'm a retired cabinet maker and could spend hours just crawling around this hand built yacht oo-ing and ahh-ing at the build...More
We had five friends from Alaska & Seattle meet in Coupeville for a sail in Suva. It was a wonderful, relaxing way to take in the local sights - from a historic wooden sailing vessel. Our friends really enjoyed it, even two first-time "sailors" who...More
I walked slowly out the docks and noted birds, starfish and jellyfish everywhere. I had no intention of sailing but was gathering information. A birthday party had booked the boat but I was invited to join them--happy happenstance. We sailed from 4 pm to 6:30...More