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Sailing Schools
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Of The Pacific Northwest and British Columbia
If this is the year you plan to buy a sailboat or if your New Year’s Resolution was to learn how to sail —
below is a list of sailing schools in Washington, Oregon, Alaska and British Columbia
that will be happy to help you become a competent sailor.
Washington
affordable sailing school Center For Wooden Boats Fraid Knot sailing
(800) 664-6049 1010 Valley St., Seattle, WA 98109 4714 Ballard Ave NW, #141, Seattle, WA 98107
email: info@affordablesailingschoolcom (206) 382-2628 (206) 714-4896
www.affordablesailingschool.com/pnw.html email: cwb@cwb.org email: info@sailfraidknot.com
1-4 students on a 39’ Pearson (private lessons) www.cwb.org www.sailfraindknot.com
Certification: ASA El Toros, Blanchard Jr. Knockabouts, Beetle Cats Up to 3 students on a Yorktown 39 or private lessons
on your boat. Certification: ISPA
anacortes Yacht Charters City of Poulsbo Parks and Recreation
Anacortes Marina, P.O. Box 98, Poulsbo, WA 98370 gato Verde adventure sailing
P.O. Box 69, Suite 2, Anacortes, WA 98221 (360) 779-9898 1842 Governor Rd, Bellingham, WA 98229
(800) 233-3004 email: jschiel@cityofpoulsbo.com (360) 220-3215
email: info@ayc.comwww.ayc.com www.cityofpoulsbo.com email: gato_verde@earthlink.net
Maximum 4 students per boat, from a 22’ tiller to a 1 to 2 students per: Lasers, Opti’s, FJ’s and Bytes www.gatoverde.com
30’-40’ boat. Certification: ASA Certification: US Sailing Up to 12 students on a 42’ catamaran
Certification: US Sailing
Bellhaven sailing school Discovery sailing school
714 Coho Way, Bellingham, WA 98225 P.O. Box 70412, Seattle, WA 98127 gig harbor sailing Club & school, LLC
(877) 301-9471 • (360) 733-6636, (206) 972-7517 P.O. Box 1813, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
email: bellhaven@bellhaven.net email: captain@discoverysailing.net (253) 858-3626
www.bellhaven.net www.discoverysailing.net email: info@gigharborsailing.com
Maximum 4 students per 32’-38’ boat Boat used: Pearson 40 www.gigharborsailing.com
Certification: ASA Max. of 4 students per boat on boats 20+ feet
Footloose Disabled sailing association Certification: US Sailing
Bremerton Yacht Club 7683 SE 27th Street, PMB #239
2700 Yacht Haven Way N.W., Mercer Island, WA 98040 green Lake small Craft Center
Bremerton, WA 98312 (206) 382-2680 5900 West Green Lake Way N, Seattle, WA 98103
(360) 479-2662 www.footloosedisabledsailing.org or (206) 684-4074
email: bremertonyc@comcast.net or www.footloosesailing.org email: patricia.mccarrier@seattle.gov
Director Sailing: byc.youth.sailing@gmail.com Boats: 4 two-person Access Dinghies, 2 Martin 16s www.seattle.gov/parks/boats/grnlake.htm
www.bremertonyachtclub.org/youth/ and 2 six-person Columbia 21s One student per boat - small boats
One student per DeWitt Dinghy and Laser
Certification: US Sailing
48° No r t h , Ma r c h 2010 Pa g e 30
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