Come discover the mysterious creatures that live below the pier at Boston Harbor Marina! Our trained biologists provide underwater lights that attract spectacular estuary creatures for you to safely scoop up and observe, while our volunteer Beach Naturalists help you identify and learn more about what you’ve found. From octopus to anemones, from sea stars to sea slugs, you never know what you’ll encounter! Pier Peer is one of our most popular events, so register early to ensure your spot.
Register for Upcoming Events
October 11th @ 7 PM – Click HERE to register
Participants (Age 13 and older)- $10
Children (Age 12 and younger) – FREE
Cancellation – We reserve the right to cancel Pier Peer due to low registration (under 8 participants) or bad weather. Our weather policy is based on Olympia School District closures, i.e. if the Olympia School District closes its schools based on weather, we will also cancel Pier Peer. In the case of above cancellations, the Estuarium will make every effort to work with registrants to reschedule.
All other cancellations (e.g. no shows or personal reasons) will not be rescheduled, nor refunded.
Children 12 and under – Are free of charge. Must wear life jackets during this event and be accompanied by an adult (at least 1 adult per 2 children). This event involves some contact with deep water and is not recommended for children under 6 years old.
Liability Waiver – All participants must sign a liability waiver that will be provided at the event.
Attire/Gear – We highly recommend that each participant bring their own flashlight! Please wear non-slip shoes and dress for the weather.
Check out our YouTube videos filmed at Boston Harbor Marina! https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=mandyudub
Outside Explorer video of South Puget Sound and Pier Peer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUxV5ycj2NI&list=PLNJgvk9hBEFnJz1ZWG674xFfr0CJcXI6T&index=7[/
Questions? Contact us at 360 915-0773 or email email@example.com
Saw this dendronotus nudibranch swimming in the marina at Pier Peer last night!
Posted by Puget Sound Estuarium on Wednesday, August 16, 2017