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Lowtide
Medical Care for Sailmaking Workshop
-2.13 inches Wide
Long Distance Sailors and March 30-April 3
-1.35 inches Tall
-1.00 inches Deep
Wilderness First Aid
Come spend a week down on the
March 14-15
water in Port Hadlock, and learn the
basics of sailmaking while constructing
This is a sixteen-hour Marine
sails for one of our student built wooden
Medical and Wilderness First Aid Basics
boats. Learning to measure the rig,
with a four-hour, hands-on medical
work from the designer’s plans, design
supplement by Dr. Curtis Edwards on
the aerodynamic efficient foil shape,
Saturday evening. Course completion
layout, cutting, sewing, and handwork
Mounting Tab
leads to Wilderness Medical First Aid
are all a part of the art and science of
-Smallest Bilge Switch In the Industry-
certification. This course is intended for
the sailmaking process. The workshop
wilderness/ backcountry adventurers
takes place March 30-April 3, from 9:00
and long-distance sailors requiring
am to 5:00 pm, at the Northwest Sails
more advanced medical skills to care for
loft at the Northwest School of Wooden
victims subject to delay while awaiting
Boatbuilding Campus. The cost is $595,
medical assistance.
including a $100 registration fee. Visit
To register (and questions): Curtis
our website at www.nwboatschool.org
Edwards, MD, curt112@comcast.
for information and to download the
net or (360) 923-0476. Please include
registration form, or call (360) 385-4948
Simply slide the stainless mounting tab
name(s), address and phone number.
to register.
under a hose clamp or drill (1) hole
Registration deadline: March 1.
Course Requirements: Age
Massive Marine
minimum 15 years, 6-8 hours of provided
www.WaterWitchInc.com
pre-course reading. Previous CPR
Garage Sale
1-800-654-4783
certification is highly recommended. April 18

The 6th Annual Massive Marine
Serving Northwest Boaters since 1983
Strictly Sail Pacific
Garage Sale will be at Pier A, (the
Cruise Ship Terminal), Ogden Point,
April 15-19 Dallas Road, Victoria, B.C. Open
to the public 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Strictly Sail Pacific returns to All nautical items and small boats
Oakland’s Jack London Square from welcome. Contact kamala@mmbc.bc.ca
Wednesday, April 15 to Sunday, or phone (250) 385-4222 ext 111.
We offer complete engine room service:
April 19. Strictly Sail Pacific is the largest
• Haul outs
and ONLY sailboat show on the West
• Shaft and Prop repair
Coast. Located in the Bay Area, Strictly
Olympia Wooden Boat Fair
• Repower or rebuild
Sail Pacific offers the widest selection
• Our dock or yours
of sailboats, gear and accessories, and
May 9-10
attracts up to 15,000 qualified sailing
Northwest Distributor for:
enthusiasts. Sail America includes a new
The fair, a traditional community
lineup of seminars, free sailboat rides,
and family fun event is held at Pervical
• Westerbeke Engines & Parts
special youth activities, wine tasting, a
Landing Park in downtown Olympia,
• Universal Engines & Parts
Green Zone featuring environmentally-
Hour of this free event at Saturday,
Dealers for:
friendly products. Show Hours:
10:00 am-6:00 pm and Sunday, 11:00
• Crusader Engines & Parts
Wednesday: 12:00 – 7:00 pm
am-5:00 pm.
• Yanmar Engines & Parts
Thurs & Fri: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
All of the boats are put on display
Saturday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
by their owners; allowing the public to
Visit our parts department Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
not only see the boats, but the people
Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm
Admission: Adult Ticket Price:
behind them as well.Walk through the
Weekday: $12.00; Weekend: $15.00; Any
International Food Alley. Check out
Two Days: $24.00; Five Day Tickets:
the local arts and crafts booths. See the
We are located on Seattle's Lake Union at
$60.00 (only available online); Children
Children’s Boat Building Booth held on
717 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA
15 and younger FREE. For more
Saturday.
206-547-2477
information: www.strictlysail.com
For further information, visit the
website: www.olywoodenboat.org
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