PSCC Meetings are held at North Seattle College, (NSC) 7:30pm, on the third Friday of the month, in the Library Building, Lower large Concert Hall, Room #LB1142 (large performing arts room on the ground floor). Park in the West lot. Show up between 7:15 and 7:30 and just follow the people in. Your $5 donation at the door helps cover our room rent. Guests are welcome at all PSCC meetings and raft-ups.

PSCC Cruises are usually the weekend following the meeting, the fourth Saturday and Sunday of the month. Boats flying the club burgee generally raft up or occasionally dock in the early afternoon. We often end up having appetizers and drinks in someone's cockpit, arrange a casual potluck meal on Saturday night and Sunday brunch. Please download the Raft-Up Tips PDF. Members occasionally arrive by ferry or car and are dinghy'd to the raft. If you want to join the raft-up, by land, please be sure to contact someone for a dinghy ride!   Download the NEW 2019 Rendezvous Schedule PDF, plan your next cruise, and join us. We are often out cruising, and hope to see you on the water. . .

PSCC Meeting  September 20, 2019  Friday 7:30pm at North Seattle College
hands on totem pole
Steve and Elsie w/ Osprey

PSCC - Not a Yacht Club   As our fair weather cruising season slows down, its time to start our monthly meetings back up. Normally we have a single speaker talk, but not this month. This month our club is doing something a little different, sharing our summer sailing destinations.
As a cruising club our members go everywhere. So why not get together and talk about some of our favorite new spots. In a way its an "open mic night" as long a we have time. We have Cuba, Alaska and a variety of other interesting local destinations on the menu for your education and entertainment. This is a great way to catch up with each other after a fun filled summer. Snacks and Coffee provided as well a lots of pictures.
This event is always fun and educational for sailors of any experience level. So come out September 20 at 7:30 to see us! Hope to see you there.

PSCC Tequila “Race”  September 28 & 29th, 2019 - A Fun PSCC Tradition!
Raven Dancer Spinnaker
Dinner on Yohelah
Treats on the hatch

For many years the cruising club has done a fun race, that may or may not have made it around Blake Island and usually finished South of Blakely Rock. No one would know who won, till they filled out a questionnaire at the raft-up. Hint - a fast race boat can finish first, but not win this club race! The winner poured the tequila. . . A little different this year, we are going to Port Ludlow. Race instructions will be at the September meeting, but don't expect any PHRF rating issues, this is a cruising club with hilarious and odd rules! Do expect good food, camaraderie and shenanigans, potluck meals and maybe even a hike. Download the race directions HERE for this great cruising club tradition!

PSCC Meeting  October 18, 2019  Friday 7:30pm at North Seattle College
Cuba Boat
Cuba Horses
Cuba Taxi
Cuba In Car

Cruising in Cuba   What is a vacation to Cuba like? In a word, Complicated! PSCC members Rob & Teresa Sicade present photos and stories of a trip that included PSCC members Kirk & Heidi Hackler and other saiing friends on a two week adventure to Cuba in April 2019. It really was quite Complicated.

October 26-27, 2019  PSCC Pumpkin Raft-up | Port Madison
Raft-up sunset
Side-lite pumpkins
Potluck dinner table

Join us for a traditional Potluck Dinner at the Port Madison YC with a pumpkin carving contest, and the story behind the ghastly Pugnacious Pumpkin Award. This is always a delightful, warm & cozy, evening. Come by car, if you can't make the sail over. There is often a Sunday brunch potluck, for those that raft-up, before folks have to head home.

PSCC Meeting  November 15, 2019  Friday 7:30pm at North Seattle College
Jess & Sam
Bow & Berg
Boat & bits

A Northwest Passage Voyage   Puget Sound Cruising Club is proud to present Jesse and Samantha Osborn who sailed around in 2013/2014. This is a spirited presentation concentrating on preparation for the voyage, some highlights and some challenges. "When I decided to sail through the Northwest Passage in the fall of 2010, people told me it was impossible, or that I could not do it. That is when I knew I was on the right track. A sailing voyage should be worthy of the great efforts we take to realize them." After completing that voyage and others, my wife Samantha (who I met in the arctic while sailing) and I have developed a sailing logistics business to help others realize their dreams. The presentation will cover the challenges one faces before leaving the dock, such as budget, repairs, provisioning, crew, outfitting and training. This presentation will be entertaining, educational and hopefully act as a catalyst for those who are driven to go farther...