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Destiny Harbor Tours
4430 Holly Ln. NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
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Welcome, I'm Captain Tom. We operate harbor tours, sightseeing and private charters and memorials in Gig Harbor and Tacoma. Our open boats give an up-close look at the scenery, wildlife and history of Puget Sound! On all our tours you will enjoy spanning views of the Sound with islands, mountains and a great chance to see bald eagles, seals, sea lions, sea hawks (osprey) and more. A Destiny Harbor Tour brings you Up-Close and Personal with Puget Sound, Bring Your Camera! For more information see destinyharbortours.com !

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Straights of Juan de Fuca
An inlet of the Pacific Ocean, named for a sailor, Juan de Fuca, who reputedly had explored it for Spain in 1592.
All Kitsap Peninsula

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Haunted sites on the Kitsap Peninsula
Throughout the Kitsap Peninsula you'll find haunted sites - these are the ones we have heard about - let us know about other sites.

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Northernmost point on Kitsap Peninsula
Foulweather Bluff is the northernmost point on the Kitsap Peninsula and despite its name, enjoys the effects of the rain shadow and receives less rain than the rest of the peninsula.

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Starvation Heights
Was Dr. Hazzard a healer or a serial killer? People paid for her treatment but some died.
Bainbridge Island

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Largest Softwood Sawmill in the World!
About 1864, Captain William Renton established a saw mill in Blakely Harbor on the eastern shores of Bainbridge Island. The mill grew in size and operations to become known as the "largest softwood sawmill in the world" around the turn of the century.

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Pronounced "gooey-duck" it has been proclaimed the Washington State Bird but is, in fact, the most impressive hardshell clam in the Pacific Northwest . . .

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Puget Sound
Puget Sound is an arm of the Pacific Ocean, bordering Kitsap Peninsula on the east, named for Peter Puget, who explored it.

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Land In The Sky Story Pole
Near Agate Passage, not far from Old man House at Suquamish, Washington, close to the resting place of Chief Seattle, stood the imposing Land in the Sky Totem. This is the story pole that was to have been erected on the Seattle World’s Fair Grounds. Carved by Joseph Hillaire, A Lummi, on a Hoh River log, this cedar tale was accepted for Century 21 as being symbolic of the future even though it told of events in the far Indian past. Click the link to view a video about the "Land in the Sky" legend.

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MV Carlisle II
Built in 1917, the MV Carlisle II is the oldest continuously operating ferry in Puget Sound and the longest continuously licensed vessel in the U.S. This foot ferry was totally overhauled in 2004 and currently operates between Bremerton and Port Orchard.
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