The salmon cannery tender ILWACO was typical of the wooden vessels I worked on in the 1970s as a union mate and captain navigating the Salish Sea, the coast of British Columbia, and Southeast Alaska for New England Fish Company.
The USS Juniata (IX-77), a two-masted, gaff-rigged, topsail schooner, was based in San Francisco during World War II. The 137 foot, steel-hulled, U.S. Navy vessel patrolled the Western Sea Frontier between California and Hawaii. It was sold and renamed Te Vega, and is now used as a sailing and research school.
A & P cannery tender PETREL (76-ft) in the San Juan Islands.
In May 1961, the S.S. ISLAND MAIL (474-ft) was beached off Fidalgo Island to prevent sinking, after striking a submerged object off Smith Island between Port Townsend and Anacortes.