Several historical accounts tell of Nicholas and the sea. When he was young, Nicholas sought the holy, by making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. There, as he walked where Jesus walked,
he sought to more deeply experience Jesus' life, passion, and resurrection.
Returning by sea, a mighty storm threatened to wreck the ship. Nicholas calmly prayed.
The terrified sailors were amazed when the wind and waves suddenly calmed, sparing them all.
And so, St. Nicholas became known as the patron of sailors and voyagers.
Nautical photography for Christmas
Discover Yoron Island
Voice of an Angel
Swag starting to arrive for Winter Sailing Seminars!
Off Center Harbor
Distant Shores DVD's
1 Stateroom left
January 23 - 25, 2019
San Diego Sail
Yet another reason to join us for our San Diego Sail,
Sunroad Marina Boat Show
January 24 - 27, 2018.
(Thanks Mike F.)
Easy to give. Great to get.
Just got back from this mornings Utah Lake Governing Board Meeting.
We heard proposals for establishing a Utah Lake Trail system.
Idea exchange on controlling sewage plant impact on the lake.
Report from Division of Water Quality...
the introduction of Laurie Backus as the new DNR supervisor
over Utah Lake, Bear Lake and more.
Laurie was recently the Park Manager at Jordanelle State Park.
Parked just outside the old Provo Courthouse building... the new Marsh Master.
There are actually two of these mean machines,
ready to do battle with the persistent and invasive phragmites.
What can I give Him, poor as I am?If I were a shepherd, I would bring a lamb;If I were a Wise Man, I would do my part;Yet what I can I give Him: I must give my heart.
Bonneville School of Sailing