Next Scheduled Events

PSCC Meeting  April 19, 2019  Friday 7:30pm at North Seattle College

The phrase "Sail Like a Girl" has a new meaning. Come meet the all women's crew who not only crushed this stereotype but also this year's Race to Alaska (R2AK). Life often pulls us in a million directions, but these 8 women sought their R2AK bid as a breather. Among these sailors are those with careers in law, public health, occupational therapy, and marine electronics. Those running businesses, serving as consultants, and advocating for expanded access to cancer care. And those who are also moms… Learn what drove these women to choose this epic 750-mile journey to Ketchikan as their break from the daily grind, how it helped them get out of their comfort zones and how they banded together to conquer whatever Mother Nature threw at them in the often treacherous waters known as the Inside Passage.


The tenure for the Commodore and Treasure will end in June. It’s time to search for their successors. Do you know of someone who might be interested in these positions? Please send their name and contact information to Mike Wytychak at You can certainly nominate yourself. Volunteers make this organization vibrant. If you have enjoyed PSCC meetings or events in the past, please participate in continuing them in the future. There’s an old saying that many hands get the work done quickly.


CSR has generously donated to our Club the following:
· Free haul-out, pressure wash and three layover days.
· Half off labor and paint for new bottom paint job.
This donation is worth approximately $1,000 for a 30’ boat or $1,500 for a 36’ or greater length boat. At the April 19th Club Meeting, we will have a silent auction for the CSR donation. We’ll have bid forms for you to submit. If you can’t attend the meeting, you can send your name, e-mail address and bid to markolsoe at Comcast dot net (remove spaces and change “at” and “dot” to their respective symbols). The minimum bid is $500. Please be generous in your bid because this auction is a fundraiser for our Club.

PSCC Circumlocution of Bainbridge Island  April 27-28, 2019  Raft up at Lemolo, Liberty Bay
Winner Jerry

This popular race is a PSCC tradition with almost 30 years of fun history. We sail, either way around Bainbridge Island, with a finish line under the power-lines entering Liberty Bay. Read the fine print - the winner is the boat that comes in second! The most hotly contested award is the Horros d’Hoover, so the food is always great! The Perseverance Award is harder to win, but you have till Sunday morning to finish. This has often been one of our larger raft-ups, and folks who have driven over, may get a dinghy ride to the raft-up for the potluck. Always a fun trip - even if you don't race, join us!

DIRECTIONS to meetings at North Seattle College

Puget Sound Cruising Club Meetings are held at North Seattle College,
9600 College Way N, Seattle, WA 98103.

North Seattle College is West of Interstate-5, between Northgate and 85th, just 4 miles north of downtown Seattle. If you are coming to the college from the 520 or I-90 bridges, you will be taking Interstate-5 northbound. Parking access is off College Way North at N 97th Street. Meetings start at 7:30pm, on the third Friday of most months. Library Building (LB) lower Concert Hall, Room #LB1142, with tiered seating and better audio visuals.

A map to the campus, and the Library Building where we meet is located below. You can also check out theNSC Map Site Here.

Heading North on I-5
Take exit #173 (Northgate exit)
Turn right (South) onto 1st Avenue NE
Turn right again at N 92nd Street
Turn right onto College Way N
The college is on the right.

Heading South on I-5:
Take exit #173 (Northgate exit - West)
Turn right onto N Northgate Way to next light
Turn left onto Meridian Avenue N, which becomes College Way N.
The college is on the left.

Park in the West Lot, between 95th and 97th, North West of the Library building.

North Seattle College area map

The room we meet in is shown in red below:

building location