Club Meetings

First Tuesday of the month, except July, Aug. and Sept.

6:30 Potluck dinner, 7:30 Program.  

Puget Sound Y.C., 2321 N. Northlake Way, Seattle

Non-Members are always welcome


  • Sunday June 2 - R2AK 'Ruckus' and Dinner Meeting in Port Townsend We will have our monthly meeting in Port Townsend on Sunday June 2.  Why? Turns out that the Race to Alaska "Ruckus" followed by race start the next day is ...
    Posted May 27, 2019, 10:28 PM by Mark Olsoe
  • May 7 - Team Wright Yachts Completes 2018 R2AK Li Sung and possibly Rob Wright will talk about their completion of the 2018 Race to Alaska in a brand new Corsair 970 Sport trimaran..
    Posted May 2, 2019, 2:04 PM by Mark Olsoe
  • April 2 - Still Sailing Fast and Far in Ancient Polynesian Proas - Minutes Attached Mimi George from Hawaii will show video, diagrams, and slides of construction and sailing of the TePuke and TeAlo designs of outrigged voyaging canoes, and the explanations and demonstrations of ...
    Posted Apr 13, 2019, 3:52 PM by Mark Olsoe
  • March 5 - Teaching the Next Gen How to Fly Across the Water by Boat Peter Nelson from Multihull Youth SAIL (MY SAIL) Foundation will tell us about his foundation and its mission of creating the next generation of multihull sailors. 
    Posted Feb 17, 2019, 5:35 PM by PacificNorthWest MultihullAssoc
  • February 5 - Annual Auction of Sailing Gear -- Minutes Attached Our Annual Auction has always been a lively and entertaining evening.  Bring your used gear here to sell, and be prepared to bid on some great values.  10% (or more ...
    Posted Mar 8, 2019, 7:27 PM by Mark Olsoe
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Items of Interest


Please consider contributing articles and pictures about your sailing adventures - building/repair, cruising, racing . . .


  • Our Polynesian Roots Thousands of years ago Austronesian seafarers mastered the design and construction of blue water capable multihull sail boats.  They used these boats to explore and colonize vast reaches of the Pacific and Indian Oceans.  On April 2, 2019 we will be graced by the visit of Mimi George, one of the world’s leading researchers of this ancient technology. The following paper presents some of her research and also touches on her efforts to help preserve these capabilities among living Polynesians.  A particularly interesting part of this research is the finding that the long slender arms of the traditional claw sail bend over to spill heavy wind but are stiff enough to capture the forces of light to moderate airs ...
    Posted Mar 10, 2019, 6:10 PM by Mark Olsoe
  • Zen: slang for peaceful and relaxing A balance to the race reports - peaceful evening, relaxing pace with asymmetrical alone.Watch Zen F22 on Vimeo.
    Posted Jun 8, 2018, 7:37 PM by A Rice
  • Puget Sound is now a no-discharge zone for vessel sewage The EPA has established a No Discharge Zone (NDZ) for Puget Sound and certain adjoining waters. An NDZ is a body of water where boats may not release sewage, whether treated or not. The NDZ will help protect public health, water quality, and sensitive resources. Chapter 173-228 WAC was adopted on April 9, 2018 after a five year public process and EPA approval. The rule is effective as of May 10, 2018. However, certain commercial vessels have a five year delay before the rule begins. There is no change for graywater discharges.
    Posted Apr 14, 2018, 10:36 AM by A Rice
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2016 Rally to Everett

Please join us as we all meet up at the Everett guest dock for a weekend of fun!


  • Its not to late to sign up for our weekend rally based at the Port of Everett. We will be at South Guest Dock 1 - note the change in guest dock location from last year. The dock is ...
    Posted May 2, 2019, 12:48 PM by Mark Olsoe
  • Blakely Rock Benefit Regatta and Raffle w/ Video Here's a video from the Regatta -- https://we.tl/t-78AUHBeCpvApril 6 the Sloop Tavern Yacht Club is putting on the Carol Pearl Blakely Rock Benefit Regatta to ...
    Posted Apr 13, 2019, 3:58 PM by Mark Olsoe
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