May & 23-25, 2020 PSCC - Anchoring in Mystery Bay
Mystery Bay is a special destination, well worth a long weekend. Join us for a good sailing trip. Big boats can't use the Port Townsend Canal, and everyone enters Mystery Bay carefully, following the river-like channel. No Raft-up is currently planned, as you will need to anchor separately. It's always nice to see our Corona-Community on the water! Stay Safe, Stay Healthy!
Latest PSCC Update:
Fly your PSCC burgee! Let us know if you need one. Friday night some boats may drop the hook in Port Ludlow. Once in Mystery Bay try to anchor close together if possible. Please monitor VHF 69 all weekend for club communication. Mike and Sheryl are our PSCC Mystery Bay Cruise Leaders. Check in with them if you have any questions! We will discuss Sunday activities at the socially distanced, happy hour on Sat. evening. Greg will host a socially distanced happy hour Sat. evening at 5pm ish in Mystery Bay. Come in your tender and keep a safe distance. Corona beer is the beverage of choice! Sunday afternoon might be a good time for a long walk up the road. Steve doesn't know if the store down the road is open.
Note: If you plan on cruising with us, please give Greg or Mike a call or quick e-mail.
So far, I think we have at least 4 boats going. Thanks - See you on the water!
Doyle Sails Discount
Josh Butler gave a nice tech talk on our May Zoom meeting, and is offering a 10% discount to PSCC members. You can reach him at 425.877.6543 - thank him for us!
PSCC Meeting June 19, 2020 Friday 7pm Via Zoom
A 10year Circumnavigation on s/v Slip Away Join us for the Rich Crowell and Jan Schwab - Slip Away story. They will share their Seven Seas Video and answer questions on Zoom.
In 2003, Rich & Jan left Los Angeles on their 1978 Islander Freeport 41' ketch, s/v Slip Away, with a long-term plan to spend several years exploring the world. They completed their circumnavigation in 2019 - 10 years, 4 months and 13 days to sail around the world, sailing over 57,000 miles, and visited 33 countries and overseas territories. Crossing the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans, it's been an awesome adventure! They will share a bit of their travels, people, places, and pics with information about boat maintenance done along the way. You are sure to enjoy hearing about their cruising experiences - don't miss this presentation!
Zoom Meeting connection details to follow. . .
Annual Salmon Bake / Potluck planned for June 27/28, 2020 - Currently Canceled!
We are looking for another location where we can anchor out, and social distance. Please watch your email and this site for more into. Thanks!
Trip Planing for 2020
Things are different this year! Cruisers often say "Plans are made in the sand at low tide. . ."
Download the NEW PSCC 2020 Cruising Calendar.pdf, plan your next cruise, and join us.
We hope to see you on the water. . .