|World Wide Sailing Celebration, June 21-22.
Join all of your fellow "Salty Dawgs" out on the water,
for the 2019 Summer Sailstice.
Traditionally, we leave our home port around 6:30 PM (after work) and head for Pelican Bay Marina on the west side of Utah Lake. Unless the winds are really favorable, we come into the marina pretty close to dark (bring flash lights, etc.). Bring your dinner
or get delivery pizza, and spend the night.
I'm sorry that I cannot make this SS Flotilla. I've got to work. But maybe I'll see you out there.
If you haven't already, sign up for sailing prizes. We've actually had quite a few winners.
New St. Martin news.
Last minute opening for our St. Martin cruise.
Get some "blue water" stick time on a beautiful Jeanneau 51.
Looks great on your sailing resume.
Or maybe add crewing a 12 meter America's Cup boat to you're vitae.
Bobby's Marine, Sint Maarten.
All you need are shorts, aloha shirt, wide brim hat and sun screen.
You're in the Caribbean, mohn.
Reduced rate for saloon accommodations.
This offering will disappear pretty fast.
I'm no scientist, but from what I can see,
Utah Lake water continues to clear-up.
That's so cool.
Dan Ritchie's crew on the Hobbie 33, Katana,
retrieves a lost halyard, due to shackle failure, while sailing through one of the many squalls that have been rolling over the lake lately.
Sailing in the mountains of British Columbia.
Louise's home town of Nelson, B.C.
When I went to university in Nelson, B.C.
there was only one sailboat at the city dock.
Need used boat parts?
for U.S. Sailing members.
Bonneville School of Sailing
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Bonneville School of Sailing!