Wandering Star, Shilshole Bay Marina

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Sail - Wandering Star, Shilshole Bay Marina

This Training Sail is part of the 2022 Seattle Mountaineers Sailing Course.

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Welcome to the Training Sail session of the Seattle Mountaineers Sailing Course!  Please read the information below prior to the session.

My boat is located at Shilshole Bay Marina - 7001 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117.  Meet at the top of "P" dock at Shilshole Bay Marina on Saturday, June 11 at 11:00am. Park either on the street or in the spaces nearest the street as the rest of the parking requires a permit.  The session will begin promptly at 11:00am so if  you are running late please call my cell at 206.334.7316. 

I will check the weather the week prior and give you and update on whether we will go out or not. Remember to bring rain gear and wear non-marking shoes. Unless the weather is horrible this activity will meet. If it is cancelled, I will call you at the phone number you signed up with.

The session will potentially last until 5-6 pm as we may raft-up with Blue Fin for lunch.  Feel free to bring either your own lunch or items you want to share with others.  Definitely bring a water bottle and snacks for yourself. 

See you Saturday, June 11 and please reach out if you have questions!

Sara Schroeder

Wandering Star

Wanderingstar951@comcast.net

(206) 334-7316

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Wandering Star, Shilshole 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
  • Whistle on a lanyard
  • Food and drink
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