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Sequim Bay Regatta was wild, weird, & wonderful

Twelve Flying Scots and seven Thistles lined up for the annual SBYC Sequim Bay Regatta which was held on Saturday August 29th and Sunday August 30th.  The racing was wild and intense as a rare October wind storm (in August!)

The Big Regattas Are Right Around The Corner

It’s been a good year to be on the water and it is only going to get better.  There are two upcoming major regattas coming to the Olympic Peninsula.  The first is the Sequim Bay Regatta which is open to

Registration now open for SBYC Adult Sailing Lessons beginning on June 6th

The Sequim Bay Yacht Club will begin their summer sailing lessons with the Weekend Adult Class which runs on June 6th, 7th, and June 14th.  Cost will be $115 for the 3 day class and training materials are included. To register go

Sequim Bay Saturday Racing Registration Now Open

Registration for the Sequim Bay Small and Big Boat Saturday Racing is now open.   The Saturday racing is broken down into two series; the Spring Series running from May 23, 30, June 13, 20, 27, and July 11th.  The

Sequim Bay Flying Scot Fleet is now officially Fleet 205

The Sequim Bay group of Flying Scot sailors has been officially sanctioned as a Flying Scot Fleet 205.  The fleet begins with 4 charter members and hopefully will expand to more soon.  Flying Scot and small boat racing begins on

SBYC Race Committee Class on March 31st

The SBYC will host the first of a three part Race Committee Class that will cover all aspects of managing and running sailboat races and regattas.  The format is fun and informative and is geared to everyone from rank beginners

An Introduction to Sailing class a great success – Next class on the Race Committee

The March 10th Introduction to Sailing class was a great success as over 30 people attended the meeting held at the SBYC club room in the John Wayne Marina.  The presentation was broken down into four categories; theory, language of

Welcome Sailors!

You’ve reached the brand new destination for information regarding one design sailing on the Olympic Peninsula.  Featuring the Thunderbird sailboat in Port Townsend, the Flying Scot in Sequim Bay, and the Etchels sailboat in Port Ludlow.  Bookmark this page for