We haven’t done a big press roundup on the Gangplank Marina community since the Boat Home Tour last summer. However, just as we prepare for the Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival next Saturday (4/7), we’ve gotten some great coverage that we thought was worth compiling for you.
This week started off with a wonderful piece in the Southwester by GPSA board member, Karen Anderson, describing the palpable excitement at Gangplank Marina as the boating community prepares to celebrate the arrival of spring. CLICK HERE to read the full article.
Then, on Tuesday, Kate Barrett Gallery posted an interview with GPSA president, Jason Kopp, on Neighborhood Nomad. The purpose of Kate’s blog is to explore what people, businesses, design, and infrastructure are needed to find the places we identify with strongly enough to call home. With these ideas in mind, Kate begins her post with the following question: “What’s more nomadic and neighborly than a tight-knit community that floats?” We couldn’t agree more! CLICK HERE to read the full interview.
The week ended with news of our floating community traveling across international waters to the liveaboard boaters of London via Urban Boater Magazine. This London-based boating magazine decided to contact us to learn about life at Gangplank Marina, and came away wondering why more people don’t know about our lively neighborhood that constitutes one of the largest liveaboard communities in the country. CLICK HERE to read the full article, featuring Gangplanker Justin Chambers.
If you want to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings at Gangplank Marina, be sure to check our Facebook Page and Twitter Feed on a regular basis.
We’ll look forward to seeing you on April 7 for the Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival and the opportunity to show off our Pink. CLICK HERE to check out some photos from last year’s Pink Palooza.
Just one small example of the beauty we find every
day while living on DC’s Washington Channel