2 ships you might notice tomorrow off West Seattle shores

Just in case you see them and wonder – we just received word from the Port of Seattle that two Royal New Zealand Navy ships will be sailing into Elliott Bay tomorrow to dock at Pier 66: the frigate Te Kaha and fleet-replenishment tanker Endeavour. An open day for public viewing of Te Kaha is planned 10 am-3 pm on Wednesday (June 23); the ships then will leave on Thursday, bound for San Francisco. 2:56 PM UPDATE: Peter McGraw from the Port checked on the arrival time for us – around 6 pm, so you might see them in the bay starting around 4:30 pm tomorrow.

3 Replies to "2 ships you might notice tomorrow off West Seattle shores"

  • HolyKow June 18, 2010 (2:48 pm)

    Hey, I like Kiwis!


  • Brad June 18, 2010 (3:19 pm)

    How can they be at pier 66, when 66 will be where Norwegian Star docks?

  • sam June 18, 2010 (3:49 pm)

    are there reservation/ background check requirements for the ‘open day for public viewing’
    I think I heard from friend that during seafair, when you can tour the (?) coast guard ships, you have to make a reservation a few days in advance so they can do a background check of you.

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