SUVA – Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation
Whidbey Island’s “flagship” is 68′ Schooner SUVA. SUVA sails from the Coupeville wharf May through September with regular visits to Langley and other ports of call. Regularly scheduled sails for the public and private charters are available during the sailing season. For sale schedules and reserve charters, call 360-320-4337.
SUVA was built in 1925 in Hong Kong, designed by Marine Architect Ted Geary. In 2015 SUVA returned to Whidbey Island, purchased by the Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation. This non profit is open to any all who want to take part in maintaining maritime history.
The Machine Shop
The Machine Shop offers a classic collection of arcade and pinball machines. These retro machines provide entertainment for the whole family. Located right up Second Street with over 80 classic pinball and arcade games, featuring local artwork on the walls, neon lights, and live music monthly, The Machine Shop is a welcome blast from the past.
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA) is dedicated to offering high-quality performances; exposing residents and students to local and nationally recognized artists, musicians, literary works, and authors as well as the chance to be a part of in-house full-scale theater productions.
Whidbey Island Kayaking Company
- The Langley Marina Tour
- Whidbey Half Day Kayak Adventures
- Sunrise and Sunset Kayak Tours
- The Nighttime Bioluminescence Experience
- The Full Moon Paddle
- Birdwatching Kayak Tour