June 2023

PSCC Annual Salmon Bake at Port Madison

Please join us by car or boat Saturday June 24th for this year’s Salmon Bake! As always, this popular event is free for members but RSVPs are requested by June 17th. Please RSVP with the number in your party to pscclist@groups.io to keep count so we can order enough salmon. We’d love to have non-member guests as well! Fee is $10 for non-members (or join the club for $50).


Annual Salmon Bake and potluck. Club volunteers will bring grills and will be grilling salmon. This is a potluck so please bring a side to share. Also consider the following:

  • Please RSVP to pscclist@groups.io
  • Bring a side dish to share!
  • Help set up or tear down.
  • Bring a plate, utensils, and drinks if you can (we’ll have some plates and utensils).
  • Bring folding chairs and a blanket.

Other activities – Saturday late morning hike to the bluff on the north end of Port Madison and Sunday potluck breakfast for the raft-up. Field games during the potluck.


Saturday June 24th from 3pm to 7pm. Roughly, happy hour is from 4-5pm, salmon grilling 5-6, and cleanup 6-7pm. Some people will arrive before 3pm to help set up.


Hidden Cove Park on the north end of Bainbridge Island.

By car: Google Maps location for Hidden Cove. Parking available

By Boat: There will be a cruise and raft-up in Port Madison. Arrive Friday evening or Saturday before the grilling. We’ll anchor just south of Treasure Island. Hidden Cove Park is just to the South between the SYC outstation and the Port Madison Yacht Club docks. Fly your burgees and hail the raft on VHF 69.

PSCC June 16th Meeting | All things Marine Canvas

Please join us in person on Friday June 16th at 7:00pm at the Puget Sound Yacht Club for our monthly club meeting followed by a presentation by Mike Reese discussing all things marine canvas.

Quality marine canvas is an important part of our vessel’s equipment list, which can add beauty, protect expensive equipment, and help ensure safe and comfortable cruising. Unfortunately, it can also be expensive and difficult to replace with long lead-times and few suppliers from which to choose. Mike from SeaBound Canvas will be discussing steps cruisers can take to prolong our boat’s canvas, as well as material and design considerations when replacing or upgrading marine canvas.

Mike has spent decades in the marine industry, including owning SeaBound Canvas since 2016. He teaches a variety of subjects, including do-it-yourself marine canvas, boat electrical, solar power, and heating systems to boaters at area boat shows, and is an instructor for Skagit Valley College’s “Cruisers College” program.

  • When: Friday June 16th at 7:00pm PDT.
  • Where: Puget Sound Yacht Club | 2321 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98103
  • Google Maps directions
  • Zoom Link – Click Here

Meetings are held every third Friday of the month at the Puget Sound Yacht Club. The meeting is open to all, but we do ask for a $5 donation at the door to help pay for the venue and club expenses. Zoom attendees can make a donation by Paypal or credit/debit card here. We look forward to seeing you there!