Avalon, Elliott Bay Marina

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Sail - Avalon, Elliott Bay Marina

Day sail and raft up with other Mountaineer boats.

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We'll meet at the boat moored in the Elliott Bay Marina.  Meeting time is 11 AM.

The sail boat is a 36'  Catalina. It's moored in the Elliott Bay Marina over by the Magnolia Bridge in slip D-54 on the "D" dock.   Our meeting time is 11 AM and should be back 5 or 6-ish.  We'll be meeting up with other Mountaineer boats in Port Madison at the North end of Bainbridge Island for a raft up and lunch.  Bring a lunch and beverage of your choice.

Dress warm and please wear soft soled shoes.      The "D"  dock is thru the second gate from the far end of the parking lot.  Park in the " guest parking " spaces up against the street or on the street. The rest room is in the building at the end of the parking lot. The same gate key pad code works there.  ( 9568 ).

 

See location and directions to the marina at " elliottbaymarina.net ",  click on " location and directions ".

 My contact info. is  206-719-1257 for phone and text  or " clapprich@aol.com ".

Thanks,   Rich Clapp   206-719-1257,    Elliott Bay Marina,  Dock/slip  D-54,  Gate code  9568.

The 10 essentials aren't required for this trip other than common sense for being out on the water for a few hours.

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Avalon, Elliott Bay Marina


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Sailing Essentials

Don’t leave the dock without these items! They make sailing safer for you and your crewmates. As a carrier, use a soft duffel bag for easy stowing without metal buckles that can scratch woodwork.

  • Non-skid deck shoes (or sea boots) with non-marking soles.
  • Heavy-duty gloves (preferably leather) for line handling (fingertips cut off is OK).
  • Warm clothing head to foot (Note: The ambient temperature on the water is usually lower than on land).
  • Foul-weather gear
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Knife on lanyard
  • Whistle on a lanyard
  • Food and drink
  • Headlamp or flashlight
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