PT Outdoors (Flagship Landing on Water St., 360/379-3608, www.ptoutdoors.com ) has kayak lessons, rentals, and tours. A kayak with paddles and life vest will run you $45 for a half day’s use. The 133-foot, 1913 schooner Adventuress (360/379-0438, www.soundexp.org ) sails on voyages of all lengths throughout the summer and fall. Rates range from a $40 day cruise up to $400 for a three-night San Juans cruise. The ship allows no smoking nor alcohol, and all meals are vegetarian.
Brisa Charters (360/376-3264, www.olympus.net/brisa_charters , $75 per person) offers day and sunset sails about the 45-foot Lapworth sloop, the Annie Too.
South of Port Townsend , Anderson Lake State Park (Anderson Lake Rd. and Hwy. 20) is an isolated lake surrounded by trees. No camping or swimming, but it’s a popular place to fish for cutthroat and rainbow trout, although toxic algae blooms in the lake have limited its use in the last few years.