Kalakala to stay in Puget Sound
October 9, 2003
He put up his $137,000 right away. He said he plans to turn the ship into a traveling museum/convention center that will cruise from port to port in the Puget Sound.
Rodrigues, a former construction engineer and now a developer, has a business called Lost Horizons.
The Kalakala was launched in 1935 and carried passengers on Puget Sound until 1967. It was taken to Alaska and used as a fish processing plant.
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