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When: May 6, 13 & 20, 2014 6:30-9:00pm Where: Mountaineers facility in Magnuson Park 7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle What: Basic Sailing Course • 6 hours of classroom training with experienced sailors • Basic keelboat book and basic course notes included • Access to at least two training sails on Puget Sound waters • [...]
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. Why not add a little festivity to the day and bake one of these simple loaves of bread in your galley? No yeast, no fuss, a little sticky maybe, but easy as … well, pie. The loaf is made with baking soda, and you’ll be amazed by [...]
In which our intrepid reporters leap into a pool fully clothed, and in their right minds.
The rock group Nazareth said it best; “love hurts”. And me, well I love sailing. Well then the math is obvious, right? Given: L = love, H = hurt and Sailing = S; L=H and S=L, therefore S=H. In plainer English Love = Hurting and Love = Sailing, Therefore Sailing = Hurting That’s right, sailing [...]
Seattle Sailing Club has an unusual proposition for you this Saturday; get into your foulies, bundle up for a cold day on the water, put on your PFD… and then jump in. You don’t have to brave the dark, cold, roiling salt water of Puget Sound (47.5F as of this writing) to take this plunge, [...]
Boat owners are invited to deck their vessels out with holiday lights and join in Queen City Yacht Club’s parade on Friday and Saturday. The parade starts off Gas Works Park on Seattle’s Lake Union at 6 p.m. on Dec. 13 and 14. Boats are welcome to participate either or both nights. Vessels that are [...]