Tribal Relations

Paddle to Quinault 2013

We are honored to be invited to participate in the Paddle to Quinault 2013.

Paddle to Quinault Logo Quinault Indian Nation Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary logo
Paddle to Quinault 2013 Quinault Indian Nation Olympic Coast National
Marine Sanctuary

Thanks to the Seabrook Community Foundation for its generous support for our participation in the Paddle to Quinault.

Our Commitment to Tribal Relations

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We are committed to honoring our complex history. Our ships and our crews regularly participate in welcoming and trade ceremonies in a number of the ports we visit.

We are grateful to be welcomed in tribal waters. We appreciate the opportunity to come together, to recognize and celebrate the rich maritime traditions we share.

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We see these interactions as an opportunity to educate our youth and the general public about the complex nature of our history. By coming together to recognize our history, we are creating relationships that will change our future. We look forward to expanding our outreach and relationship building efforts for many years to come.

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The July 2005 Tla-o-qui-aht Reconcilation, as reported by the CBC.