FarmBoat Returns to the Historic Ships Wharf

Every Thursday from 11am – 3pm aboard the Virginia V. 

The FarmBoat Floating Market is held aboard the historic steamship Virginia V docked at Lake Union Park Wharf. Vendors display locally grown produce, specialty foods and artisan crafts on board the 125′ wooden vessel–just as it was done a century ago. Market visitors can tour the ship for free and learn about Puget Sound agricultural and maritime heritage while they shop. (There is plenty of space on deck to enjoy lunch with fantastic shoreline views of downtown Seattle and Lake Union). 

To learn more about this event please go to our website. 

 

2 thoughts on “FarmBoat Returns to the Historic Ships Wharf

  1. Dave Petrich

    We will also be starting a weekly CSA delivery service to residents in the floating homes on the Eastern shore of the lake. 20 weeks of fresh organic vegetables from Oxbow Farm. Give us a call if you live near a dock we can drop off at. This is a pilot program that will only be available for up to 50 people this year.

    We are working with the Center for Wooden Boats and Seattle Tilth to develop our “Farm Kids at Sea” program for next year.

    Contact us at FarmBoat.org to learn more.

  2. J

    Any chance for evening or weekend hours for us Eastlakers that don’t work in the neighborhood?

    Thanks! :-)

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