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  • 2 Aug 2021 9:10 AM
    Reply # 10789566 on 10618758
    John Hagler


    I've just completed my ASA101 and am completely hooked on sailing!  Looking for opportunities to crew, learn, and gain experience.  I'll bring a positive attitude and work ethic!

    Available weekdays and weekend.

    (509) 494-3862

  • 30 Jun 2021 9:08 PM
    Reply # 10716205 on 10618758
    Rajan Saini


    I'm a student staying Seattle this summer, and I'd be very interested in sailing with you guys. I started in the boy scouts, where we learned the points of sail, how to capsize, etc. We also did a weeklong trip on a larger boat (I want to say 30-40 feet). It's been a few years, but I'd love to get back into it. Let me know if you need anyone to crew!

    Also, I'll be 21 in a few months, in case that matters. 

    You can contact me at rajansaini (at) ucsb (dot) edu


  • 14 Jun 2021 7:38 PM
    Reply # 10638014 on 10618758

    Hi there, I heard about this club while participating in my first race down in Tacoma last weekend with CYCT. I got my ASA 101 certification in mid-May and looking for opportunities to crew on boats to build my sailing experience (either through casual sailing or racing).

    I'm in Capitol Hill, so weeknight races (other than Friday) might be difficult to swing at the moment until/when I can move to Ballard.

    Best way to contact me is email:


  • 11 Jun 2021 1:00 PM
    Message # 10618758
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In an effort to encourage people to use the crew circle forum we have made the discussions public on this forum.  You won't be able to create a new topic unless you are a club member, but this thread should allow you to reply! 

    If you're looking to get on a boat but aren't a member, leave us your name and a way to get ahold of you!  We will be encouraging our membership to look at the crew circle and this thread to seek out crew for their boats.  

    Don't forget that the best way to get on a boat is to hobnob at the Sloop Tavern after a Monday night race and get your name known!  Alternately there is a circle on X dock where you can stand as boats are headed out and hope to get picked up for the eve!

    -Mike Danger Adams

    Commodore, Sloop Tavern Yacht Club

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