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Schooner Zodiac celebrates 100 years of exploration and education

Tall ship preserves history, cultivates community on Bellingham Bay

Volunteer crew member Sam Schumaker takes a turn at the helm April 28 while captain Calen Mehrer, left, watches and provides direction aboard the schooner Zodiac. The famous local schooner turned 100 years old this year and continues to transport thousands of people around Puget Sound. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
The crew huffed and puffed, folding, shoving, rolling and pulling all corners of the 4,000-squa
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