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The Steamer Virginia V Foundation

Seattle, WA | http://virginiav.org
Joined in February 2013

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About The Steamship Virginia V

The Virginia V is a 125-foot National Historical Landmark Steamship built in 1922 to carry passengers and freight between Vashon Island, Seattle and Tacoma in Washington state. She is the last operational wooden hull, steam-powered vessel of Puget Sound’s famed ‘Mosquito Fleet’, a predecessor to the Washington State Ferries system. The Virginia V is available for public charter and education and is operated by The Steamer Virginia V Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to promote Puget Sound maritime history through the restoration, preservation, operation and interpretation of the S.S. Virginia V. For more information visit www.VirginiaV.org.

About The Steamship Virginia V

The Virginia V is a 125-foot National Historical Landmark Steamship built in 1922 to carry passengers and freight between Vashon Island, Seattle and Tacoma in Washington state. She is the last operational…

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  • 901 Fairview Ave. N. Suite A110
    Seattle, WA 98109

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