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Sail On A 50 Foot Boat With Sallie

When:
Saturday, July 7, 2018, 6:30 PM until 8:30 PM
Where:
Sail out of the Center for Wooden Boats dock at Lake Union
seattle, WA  
Contact:
Sallie Crowell
206-782-3825
Category:
Social
Registration is closed
Capacity:
22
Available Slots:
Filled
$30.00
$30.00
Meet Sallie at the Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle.  Sailing is at 6:30 pm so don't be late.
Here is the link to their site and all of the directions and maps can be accessed from here:
Info for Center for Wooden Boats 

This sailboat cruise is usually $65/pp for 90 mins.  Sallie is a chartered boat captain and member of the Center for Wooden Boats and she is able to get the boat for 2 hours at this much reduced price!  There is room for 22 on the boat!

To see a picture of the 50 foot sailboat, click here: View the sail boat

Details on this event:

We will be sailing on Lavengro, a 50 foot classic sailboat moored at the Center for Wooden Boats, at the south end of Lake Union.  Lavengro is certified by the US Coast Guard and helmed by a licensed captain. 

The trip is 2 hours, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM on Sat July 7th.  There is a bathroom aboard, below deck. There will not be food on board as the galley is not equipped for that.

 

There are several restaurants that are walking distance from the CWB dock.  We can have a group dinner post boast ride.  Members will pay their own costs for dinner/drinks.

 

Parking is available along Westlake, and it is free.  The Center for Wooden boats is located near MOHAI. 

Since I am a CWB member, I can ask the desk personnel to point out where Lavengro is moored.  She is hard to miss.  She is the biggest boat we have.  Crew tip is included in the price of the sail.

 

I suggest that people dress for the weather; layers are best  Sunglasses might be a good idea.  Soft soled shoes without heels are recommended.