Given low winter time participation in this event, Pier Peer will be next be offered on March 1, 2014.
Join South Sound Estuary Association at Boson Harbor Marina for Pier Peer night-lighting events the first Saturday of each month. Peer below the waters of Puget Sound and discover the lives of mysterious and beautiful creatures. Jellyfish, colorful sea slugs, predatory worms and more visit us at the underwater lights. Learn about the animals of Puget Sound and see them like you never have before! Sign up now for an event – the first Saturday of every month – year round. Start time varies between 8 – 9 pm depending on the season.
Pre-Registration Required! Please click on link at bottom of this page to do so. Reservations can be made for the upcoming 3 months.
Please bring your own flashlight (one per person is ideal), wear non-slip shoes and dress for the weather. Children under 5 are not advised. Each between child 6 and 11 must be accompanied by an adult. Bring a life vest for your child if you have one.
Cost: $10/adults and youth 12 – 18. Children 6 – 11 that accompany an adult are free. Event is not appropriate for children under 6.
Due to dock weight limit maximum space available is 20 people. Event registration will be closed when the maximum of 20 is reached for the safety and enjoyment of participants. If you find registration is closed, don’t worry — there is a Pier Peer every month ALL YEAR! Sign up available for upcoming 3 months.
Note: If we do not have 10 adult/youth reservations, we reserve the right to cancel that month’s event. All registered participants will receive email notice of cancellation and be given a change to register for an upcoming event.
U-Tube videos shot at Boston Harbor Marina. Click to see some of the creatures you will see there.
Inclement weather: Call Gabby at 360 878-9320 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm event.
Thank you for supporting Pier Peer and its sponsor South Sound Estuary Association. We offer programs to connect people to the wonders of South Puget Sound and learn ways each of us can help protect and support the health of our waters.