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Salmon dinner sails return, Cabin Tavern reopens

The Schooner Zodiac will once again host Salmon Dinner Sails on Friday nights starting June 10 through Sept. 2 from Bellingham Bay.
The Schooner Zodiac will once again host Salmon Dinner Sails on Friday nights starting June 10 through Sept. 2 from Bellingham Bay. pdwyer@bhamherald.com

The Bellingham-based tall ship, the Schooner Zodiac, will once again host Salmon Dinner Sails on Friday nights starting June 10 through Sept. 2.

The dinner sails are three hours long starting at 6 p.m. and feature sockeye salmon and rotating seasonal side dishes and salads. Passengers have the opportunity to help raise the sails and learn sailing maneuvers from the crew.

The Zodiac is a 160-foot U.S. Coast Guard-certified vessel that lays anchor in Bellingham. She features day and evening sails exploring the San Juan Islands and Canadian Gulf Islands as well.

Tickets for the dinner are $79 for adults and $59 for children.

Cabin Tavern reopens after remodel

The Cabin Tavern at 307 W. Holly St. is open for business after a major remodel.

According to its Facebook page, the bar had work done on its flooring.

Former owner of 23 years John Wirts sold the bar last November to Christian Danielson who originally said the remodel would be finished in early February.

Share what’s happening at your drinking and dining establishment by contacting Tyler Urke: 360-715-2285, turke@bhamherald.com.

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