Tag Archives: Shilshole Marina
Sunny weather but light wind. The crew also received a demo and lesson on how to mark a halyard or whip the end of a double braid line using Mike’s Quick Rope Whipping. West Point never got over 5 knots, we … Continue reading
Both days had good sailing weather, Thursday was about as good as it gets, 8 to 10 knots of wind, flat water and a warm day. On shore it was 80 some degrees and on the water it was shirt … Continue reading
The wind was up and they sky was threatening. Small craft advisory. Some concern by one of the crew that lives in a rain zone when it was raining buckets at their place only a few miles north of the … Continue reading
Nice evening sail off Shilshole in Seattle with a potluck at the dock with great conversation, nice sunset. Could not resist putting in the funny face thing.
This was Jill’s first time on a sail boat. She wanted to learn how to sail. She had studied the Basic Keelboat book but even that book is intimidating to people that have not been on a boat. So we … Continue reading
Nice evening sail with a potluck at the dock with great conversation.
Nice medium wind – wind was a up a bit at the start so we left the reef in from Sunday. The wind eased but left the reef in – turned out to be a good decision when a couple … Continue reading
The sun was out for the start of the trip – the rain came at the end. Nice sunset when it was raining. Nice wind, a Friday night group was out racing, bit of a challenge getting through the obstacle … Continue reading
Wind started light then got lighter. Bit of a picnic while waiting for the wind to clock around and fill in. Everybody got to do every job. Did manage to get one picture of each person smiling and not growling … Continue reading
Nice crew – started with a reefed main but the wind did not fill in like the forecast so we took the reef out and things worked better. CYC had their Wed night race going on and then there were … Continue reading
Bit wind and a bit of lump. Good crew. Went north – found an extra PATON (Private Aid to Navigation) so we got the Lat / Lon of the extra buoy – double checked the light list and the PMEL … Continue reading
Nice wind for the first sail of the season. Nice crew.
Nice wind (well part of the day) sunny – nice trip up to Richmond Beach.
Great sailing day – nice wind, great company, good food, sunny weather
15 – 18 knots of wind – bit lumpy but not too bad – up close with the Victoria Clipper and a container ship. A nice time was had by all.
SuJ’n in charge
Connie, Sonu, Lori
Patti at the helm
A few pictures of Laura Sokey sailing while she lived in Seattle. Laura was a lawyer in Seattle (well Belleview actually) who liked to sail. Laura spent as much time as she could sailing with friends.