SCHEDULED EVENTS

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  June 21, 2019  Friday 7:30pm at North Seattle College
s/v Sea Turtle
Sarah Engine story
Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott has an inspiring story! A few years ago she watched Maiden Trip on Netflix, the documentary about Laura Dekker, the thirteen year old Dutch girl setting out to circumnavigate. It hooked and intrigued her, and she bought a Catalina 27 to live aboard and learn to sail. Now she is rebuilding a Rawson 30, named Sea Turtle, working at Fisheries Supply, involved with the Coho Ho Ho Rally, and planning her own circumnavigation, first around Vancouver Island later this summer. She will bring supportive stories and lots of project pictures, what a lot of learning, and a real role model! Sarah Scott shares her dream of becoming the first black woman to circumnavigate the globe solo. See also the 48 North Article - PDF.

PSCC Meeting  June 21, 2019  Friday 7:30pm at North Seattle College
s/v Tortuga
Sarah Engine story
Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott has an inspiring story! A few years ago she watched Maiden Trip on Netflix, the documentary about Laura Dekker, the thirteen year old Dutch girl setting out to circumnavigate. It hooked and intrigued her, and she bought a Catalina 27 to live aboard and learn to sail. Now she is rebuilding a Rawson 30, re-named s/v Tortuga, working at Fisheries Supply, involved with the Coho Ho Ho Rally, and planning her own circumnavigation, first around Vancouver Island later this summer-whew! She will bring supportive stories and lots of project pictures, what a lot of learning, and a real role model! Sarah Scott shares her dream of becoming the first black woman to circumnavigate the globe solo. Download the 48 North Article - PDF.

June 29-30, 2019  Annual Salmon Bake at 
Hidden Cove Park, Bainbridge Island
Salmon!
Dinghycrew
RaftUp
RaftupBreakfast
 Kat and Emerson 
 Steve Hulsizer 
 TangoRanier

Join us in Port Madison for our biggest raft-up of the year, a delicious and fun event! Cruisers from the East Coast to New Zealand plan for this event. The club buys the salmon, and volunteers cook. It's the biggest potluck of the year, with babies to old salts, and folks can come to the park via dinghy dock or by car. If you don't have a dinghy, someone will give you a ride. Plan to chip in for the salmon ($10/person), and bring a dish to share - it's a social potluck! Of course, there will be breakfast on the raft-up and great camaraderie, so come by boat if you can - maybe Ranier will be out for the sail home, and maybe you can pose like s/v Tango!

Sorry NO official Cruising Club events are planned for July and August - most of us are out cruising!

If you fly your burgee, you may find friends around Poulsbo on July 3rd to cruisers returning from Alaska, or around Vancouver Island, rafting up for an impromptu potluck in the San Juan Islands late August to early September. Sometimes fresh fish or crabs are involved. . . See you in September!

OK Maybe August 31/September 1st - details to follow. . .