Pier Peer at Boston Harbor

11174741_10153297923803109_6172826023293549543_oPier Peer at Boston Harbor Marina is a nighttime underwater lighting event.  Held Friday nights. Start time varies by season. Cost$10 for 12 and older.   Children 6 – 11 FREE  with an 10564998_10152694222618988_1953676791653553705_nadult.        (Not appropriate for children under 6.)     

To Register click date below:

June 3, 2016, 9:00 pm (FULL)

June 17, 2016,  9:00 pm (almost full)

July 8, 2016, 9:00 pm

July 22, 2016, 9:00 pm

Upcoming dates – not yet open for registration

August 5 and 22

GROUP Request:  If you are interested in scheduling a group visit, please complete the Pier-Peer Group Request Form and submit to center@sseacenter.org.  (Fee $150 up to 20 participants.)

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 or use one the marina has available.

11149600_10153297923853109_7098294609321798542_oPeer below the waters of south Puget Sound and discover the lives of mysterious and beautiful creatures.  Jellyfish, colorful sea slugs, predatory worms, seals chasing squid, and more visit us at the underwater lights.  Learn about the animals of Puget Sound and see them like you never have before!

Note:  We reserve the right to cancel an event due to weather or low registration.  In that case all registered participants will be notified by email and offered a space at an upcoming event.

Inclement weather: Call  360 915-0773 or email center@sseacenter.org to confirm event.

Youtube videos below were shot at Boston Harbor Marina.  Click to see some of the creatures you will see when you attend a Pier Peer event.


Outside Explorer video of South Puget Sound and Pier Peer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUxV5ycj2NI&list=PLNJgvk9hBEFnJz1ZWG674xFfr0CJcXI6T&index=7[/

Questions:  contact phone 360 915-0773 or email center@sseacenter.org

Staff:  photoJackie and Ginger Ginger Seslar