The Columbia River Ship Report
Quick Guide to Shipwatching
This compact, fold-out field guide printed on heavy, glossy stock explains the different types of vessels you are likely to see plying the waters around the region – what they are, what they’re carrying, and who’s on board.
With one of these, you can practically do your own Ship Report!
Buying a Shipwatching Guide is truly a “shop local” experience – a one of a kind, made-in-Oregon publication. Joanne, a professional journalist and photographer, took the photos and wrote the copy. She hired a local Long Beach, Wash., designer (Spence Photo Design) who worked her magic with the layout, and a local Astoria, Ore., printer (Anchor Graphics) who did a fabulous job of bringing it all to life.
And the only place in the world you can get one is right here, or at a handful of brick & mortar shops in the Lower Columbia region. For a list of area merchants who carry the Guide, scroll down.
The Columbia River Ship Report Quick Guide to Shipwatching:
The Do It Yourself Ship Report
Signed Copies $6.95 Shipping & Handling Included
Also available at these merchants in the Columbia-Pacific region:
Clatsop County, OR
Lucy’s Books, Astoria
Columbia River Maritime Museum, Astoria
Bridgewater Bistro, Astoria
Cannery Pier Hotel, Astoria
Godfather’s Books, Astoria
Holiday Inn Express, Astoria
Beach Books, Seaside
Astoria Column Gift Shop, Astoria
Tillamook County, OR
Cape Meares Lighthouse, Netarts
Cowlitz County, WA
Friends of Skamakowa, Skamakowa
Pacific County, WA
Cape Disappointment Visitor Center, Ilwaco
North Head Lighthouse, Ilwaco
Time Enough Books, Ilwaco