Program & Event Guide
Hello, On behalf of our entire community, it is pleasure to introduce our 2020 Program and Event Guide. We sincerely hope that youâ€™ll join us at Sail Sand Point this year as we bring the joy and life-enhancing benefits of sailing and small boats to many more people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Our work at Sail Sand Point is about breaking down barriers and making sailing and small boating accessible for all. In doing so, we have experienced exciting growth and development and 2019 was no exception. More than 16,000 participants joined us for transformative experiences on the shores of Lake Washington. We expanded our Group offerings, added new boats, developed new partnerships and laid the groundwork for an exciting new vision for our campus. And in 2020, we look forward to sharing even more opportunities to get onto the water, with all of you. As you consider the camps, classes, events and volunteer opportunities outlined within this booklet I encourage you to consider other people who might like to participate as well. I genuinely believe in the therapeutic, positive, healthy rewards of sailing and boating and I hope youâ€™ll join us in sharing this gift with others. And as you consider friends, kids, relatives or colleagues who might enjoy or benefit from our programs, please note that we allocate roughly $50,000 in scholarships and offer numerous free and low cost events and programs so that tuition should never be a barrier. Additionally, our diverse fleet and wide range of offerings, from introductory beginner to adaptive to more advanced skills programs, ensure there is something right for everyone.
Seth Muir, Executive Director Thank you to our Board of Directors: Andy MacDonald Tommy Stewart Travis Harth Thandi Onami Wayne Wager Felix Klebe
Leigh Wager David Shoultz Shelley Bailey Lyndi Wu Bill Devoe
Contents About Sail Sand Point
Youth Camps Summer Camp Progression Chart
Sail, Paddle, Play
Learn to Sail Camps
11 Youth Race Teams
Adult Classes Learn to Sail Classes
Adult Sailing Progression Chart
18 Quick Lessons
About Sail Sand Point
ail Sand Point is Seattleâ€™s Community Boating Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, founded in 1998 with a fleet of donated boats and volunteer instructors. Sail Sand Point opened its doors in the retired naval base now known as Magnuson Park, and in the 21 years since our humble beginnings, we've continued our mission to make sailing and paddling accessible for all. With 552 outreach participants, 1,126 hours of adaptive sailing, and $49,492 awarded in scholarships last year alone, Sail Sand Point strives to remove the obstacles that have historically kept people on-shore. Our youth camps, adult classes, and open boating program are all designed to allow anyone to get out on this beautiful slice of lake we call home! As a community of boaters, Sail Sand Point is committed to fostering a welcoming environment where students feel empowered to learn and succeed both on and off the water. In every class, our instructors nurture self-confidence, cultivate leadership skills, and inspire an appreciation for our aquatic environment. This philosophy has made SSP and its staff national leaders in sailing education, recognized with the US Sailing awards for More Than 10 Years of Hallmark Performance, Excellence in Instruction, and Outstanding Program Director. Our programs do more than teach people how to sail, they help people discover a lifelong passion they can share with a flourishing community of sailors and paddlers!
ail Sand Point’s mission is to bring the joy and life-enhancing benefits of sailing and small boats to people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. To learn more about any of these programs, visit our website!
Scholarships At Sail Sand Point, we believe that everyone deserves the confidence, strength, and joy provided by being on the water, guiding your own vessel. We provide full and partial scholarships to youth, adult, and group participants. Scholarships are instrumental in helping to eliminate barriers for water access and transforming the image of a stereotypical sailor. All less advantaged participants are welcome to apply.
Adaptive Watersports We work hard to get people on the water regardless of ability. Being on the water is a therapeutic practice that not only provides recreation, but offers a life-changing opportunity for healing, growth, and independence. Through partnerships with organizations like Outdoors for All and the Alyssa Burnett Center, we've developed specialty programs to promote the benefits of adaptive watersports.
STEM Education Working with US Sailing’s STEM Education Initiative, Sail Sand Point has created kid-friendly, sailing-related science modules that can be incorporated into any of our regular programs. Our "Sailing Into STEM" camp brings science to life using sailing and our aquatic environment to teach about physics, geography, and biology.
Community Engagement At Sail Sand Point, community is everything. We are proud to host a variety of free events and programs for long-time participants and new visitors alike. You can see a full list of events on page 23. To keep up to date with our community events this season, follow us on social media!
Volunteering Sail Sand Point thrives on the enthusiasm, time, and expertise donated by our volunteers. Volunteers help with maintenance, host events, and even help teach classes. Join Sail Sand Point’s wonderful group of volunteers! The volunteer program is simple: fill out an application on our website, sign up to help with events or projects, and receive one hour of Open Boating time for every three hours volunteered.
Registration Info Registration opens February 1, 2020 at 12pm Register online at sailsandpoint.org. Registering early is encouraged to ensure availability in your first choice program. Participant Agreement: All participants must have a signed participant agreement on file to take part in any of Sail Sand Point’s programs. This form can be completed on our website in advance or in person at SSP. Payment: Sail Sand Point requires payment in full to complete registration. Upon completing registration you will receive an email confirmation. One week prior to the program start date, detailed program information will be emailed to you. Waitlist: If a program is full, you may opt to register for a waitlist. No payment is required to sign up for a waitlist. You will be notified when a spot becomes available. At that point, payment is required to confirm the space. Camp & Class Cancellation Policy: If you are unable to attend a program, please let us know as soon as possible. Refunds vary based on when the cancellation is processed. Cancellations are processed Mon–Fri: • More than 3 weeks before the start of camp/class: 90% refund • Between one and three weeks before the start of camp/class: 50% refund • SSP is unable to offer refunds for cancellations submitted less than one week (five business days) before the start of camp/class. There are no refunds for the Hobie Wave Experience. SSP reserves the right to cancel programs without a minimum number of participants. For cancelled programs, we will make every attempt to place participants in an alternate program and, if unable, will issue a 100% refund. Transfer Policy: SSP does not process transfers less than 3 weeks from the start of the camp or class. More than 3 weeks from the start of the camp or class, participants will be charged a 5% transfer fee. Transfers can only be made into a camp or class where there is availability. There are no transfers for the Hobie Wave Experience. Inclement Weather: In the event of inclement weather (lightning, high wind, poor air quality, etc.) camps and classes will proceed indoors. No refunds will be issued. Adult classes may be rescheduled when possible.
ail Sand Point is pleased to open our facility to the public through our Open Boating program. Open Boating allows anyone from the community to use boats from our fleet when they are not being used in other programs on a first come, first served basis. Sailors may check out a sailboat or windsurfer after successfully passing an instructor-issued skills test. Kayaks and stand up paddleboards are available to rent without a skills proficiency test. See website for details.
Open Boating offers a path for anyone to get on the water. With our mission in mind, we strive to keep this program accessible and affordable. We hope that Open Boating users will become part of our growing community of sailors, paddlers, and supporters! Hourly Rates Equipment must be checked in after two hours, but can be checked out again if there is no waitlist. Sailboats $35 per hour $115 for a 5-Hour Pass Paddling $20 per hour $70 for a 5-Hour Pass
Annual Pass Annual Passes are valid for one year from date of purchase. To check out a boat, the pass holder must be on board the boat, and have passed a skills proficiency test. Adult Unlimited Pass $230 Adult Paddling Pass $175 Family Pack (Up to two adult passes and up to two youth passes) $375 Youth Unlimited Pass (â‰¤17 years) $65
Discounts: Student (18+), Military, Park Residents & Senior (65+): 50% off Adult Unlimited/Paddling Passes Disabled: 75% off Adult Unlimited/Paddling Passes 7
spmCamps aC ht Youth
ail Sand Point’s summer camps are a fun way to experience sailing and paddling for the first time, master new skills, or just hang out on the water with friends! Each of our camps are taught by US Sailing Level 1 Certified Instructors to guarantee quality instruction and safe learning. On the first day of camps, instructors will conduct swim checks and capsize drills for all participants. At a minimum, participants must be comfortable in the water. Sailors should enroll in camps appropriate to their age and skill-level. If you have any questions about which camp your child should take, consult with our “Summer Camp Progression Chart” on page 9 or contact our office. Note: All camps are full day camps (9 AM-4 PM) unless otherwise noted.
What to Bring to Class: • Layered clothing that can get wet, plus a change of clothes • Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, towel, bathing suit • Closed-toe, nonskid shoes • Lunch for full day camps and snacks for half day camps • Full refillable water bottle
Sail, Paddle, Play Ages 8-17 Junior Explorers Ages 8-12 In Junior Explorers, kids learn the basics of water and boating safety, using catamarans, kayaks, and SUPs to explore Lake Washington. No prior experience necessary. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 15-19 July 27-31 June 22-26 Aug 3-7 June 29-July 3 Aug 10-14 July 6-10 Aug 17-21 July 13-17 Aug 24-28 July 20-24 Adventure Camp Ages 12-17 Teenagers get a mix of sailing and paddling using catamarans, kayaks, and SUPs to go farther exploring Lake Washington. No prior experience necessary. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 22-26 July 27-31 June 29-July 3 Aug 17-21 July 13-17 Aug 24-28 July 20-24
Cruising Camp Ages 12-15 Using our J-24 to cruise around Lake Washington, participants will learn the basics of sailing a keelboat as a team, setting off on a new adventure each day. No prior sailing experience is necessary. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 29-July 3 Aug 3-7 July 13-17 Aug 17-21 July 27-31 Sailing Into STEM Ages 12-15 Perfect for new or returning sailors with curious minds, this camp combines sailing with science. While developing basic sailing skills, campers will learn how physics, simple machines, and the natural forces of wind and water power a sailboat. One session is girls only. No prior experience necessary. Tuition: $425 Girls Only One week, full day. June 15-19 Aug 3-7 July 6-10 Aug 10-14
Learn to Sail Ages 5-8 Mommy/Daddy and Me Ages 5-8 This 5-hour class is all about sharing a unique learning experience with your child by spending quality time sailing. Students learn to sail the Hobie Wave, a fun and stable boat that keeps everyone comfortable, smiling, and enjoying their time on the water. Adults can be beginning sailors or have previous experience. Tuition: $150 per pair, $75 per additional parent/child, max. 2 children per parent Sat/Sun mornings : 9:30 AM-12 PM Classes run May 9-Aug 30* *No class held on July 4-5
Junior Opti Ages 6-8 In our Jr. Opti camp, kids explore the lake and play games to learn confidence while sailing and gain a love for the water. With two sailors in each Opti, campers can meet new friends and share the fun. No prior experience necessary. Tuition: $250 One week, half day: 9 AM - 12 PM June 15-19 July 27-31 June 29-July 3 Aug 10-14 July 6-10 Aug 17-21 July 20-24
Learn to Sail Ages 8-12 r oice fo Best Ch rs Ages 8-12 ilo New Sa Youth Beginner Ages 8-12 This repeatable camp puts kids in the driverâ€™s seat of their own Opti, where sailors will develop the basic skills for a strong sailing foundation. By the end of camp most sailors will be able to rig an Opti and control it in light breeze. This camp is a good fit for brand new sailors and returning beginners alike. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 15-19 July 27-31 June 22-26 Aug 3-7 June 29-July 3 Aug 10-14 July 6-10 Aug 17-21 July 13-17 Aug 24-28 July 20-24
Youth Intermediate Prerequisite: Youth Beginner (or equivalent)
Ages 10-12 For sailors with a strong grasp on all topics and skills introduced in Youth Beginner, this camp teaches increasingly advanced concepts so that by the end of camp all sailors are comfortable sailing upwind and downwind in medium breeze. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 22-26 Aug 3-7 July 6-10 Aug 10-14 July 13-17 Aug 24-28 July 20-24
r oice fo h C t s 12+ e B rs Ages o l i a S New
Learn to Sail Ages 12-17
Teen Beginner Ages 12-17 This repeatable camp for new sailors or those transitioning out of Optis, is taught in RS Quests, a multihanded boat that requires teamwork to sail. Using team building and cooperation, sailors will learn basic sailing skills in a social environment. One session is girls only. No prior experience necessary. Tuition: $425 Girls Only One week, full day. June 15-19 July 27-31 June 22-26 Aug 3-7 June 29- July 3 Aug 3-7 July 6-10 Aug 10-14 July 13-17 Aug 17-21 July 20-24 Aug 24-28
Ages 12-17 For sailors amply familiar with skills covered in Teen Beginner, this camp gets sailors working as a team on our performance keelboats, the SB3. With an on-board instructor, sailors will learn the different roles of a keelboat crew and fly an asymmetrical spinnaker. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 22-26 July 20-24 July 6-10 Aug 10-14
Ages 12-17 For sailors confident in all the skills covered in Teen Beginner, this camp introduces new skills in a challenging double-handed boat, the Flying Junior. Sailors will learn to sail upwind and downwind in medium breeze. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 29-July 3 July 27-31 July 13-17 Aug 10-14 July 20-24 Aug 24-28
Prerequisite: Teen Beginner (or equivalent)
Prerequisite: Teen Beginner (or equivalent).
dvanced camps are an excellent way for youth sailors to keep sailing challenging and fun. Participants must have taken Teen Intermediate or Youth Intermediate and have a strong grasp on all skills and topics covered in those classes, including sailing upwind and downwind in 10 knots and tacking and gybing correctly.
Advanced Opti Sailing
Prerequisite: Youth Intermediate (or equivalent)
Ages 10-13 In this camp sailors will explore racing tactics and strategies while learning how to sail fast! Enrollment in SPOT is included with this camp so sailors can keep racing all summer long! Tuition: $425 Two weeks, half day: 1pm-4pm June 29-July 10 July 20-31 Aug 10-21
Advanced FJ/Laser Sailing
Prerequisite: Teen Intermediate (or equivalent) Must weigh at least 95 lbs.
Ages 12-17 Sailors can sail alone or with a partner using FJs and Lasers to optimize boat speed while practicing basic racing skills. Enrollment in SPYS is included with this camp so sailors can keep racing all summer long! Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 22-26 July 6-10
Prerequisite: Teen Intermediate (or equivalent) Must weigh at least 95 lbs.
Ages 12-17 In this camp sailors explore all the performance boats (and boards) in the SSP fleet! They will spend time on our Hobie 16, Lasers and Windsurfers while learning how to use the wind to its fullest. Tuition: $425 One week, full day. June 29-July 3 Aug 3-7 July 13-17 Aug 17-21 July 27-31
ail Sand Point's Youth Teams use racing as a platform to develop skilled sailors and a positive team environment. Teams practice 2-3 times a week and travel to regattas throughout the year. Prior sailing experience is preferred, however, racing experience is not required. All teams require the commitment of sailors and parents. For more information or to apply, visit the "Youth Racing" page on our website. SPOT (Sand Point Opti Team) Summer Ages 8-14 SPOT gets young sailors racing Optis with other kids who share their love for the sport. There are a number of local beginner regattas and bigger regattas near and far for those excited to compete. Practice season is late May through midSeptember. Tuition includes youth Open Boating pass
SPYS (Sand Point Youth Sailing) Summer Ages 12-18 SPYS is Sail Sand Pointâ€™s flagship youth racing team, designed for kids to keep sailing and compete with friends. Sailors race in local regattas throughout the summer in both singlehanded and double-handed boats. Practice season is late May through mid-September. Tuition includes youth Open Boating pass
Middle School Sailing Team Spring & Fall Grades 5-9 Sailors explore and grow their love of the water with our Middle School Sailing Team. While preparing kids for more racing-focused programs, coaches use STEM lessons and skillbased games to build fundamental sailing skills. Spring season is March through mid-May and fall season is September through early November.
High School Sailing Team Spring & Fall Grades 8-12 Seattle-area high school sailors practice and compete together on the SSP High School Sailing Team. The team travels to regattas throughout the Pacific Northwest to race FJs. If you don't know any sailors at your school, come by a practice and SSP can help you start a team! Spring season is late February through mid-May and fall season is September through early November.
ccelerate your sailing or learn to sail for the first time with private lessons taught by Sail Sand Pointâ€™s US Sailing Level 1 instructors!
We offer personalized instruction at the convenience of your schedule. Whether you need a refresher or are learning to sail for the first time, private lessons are suitable for beginning, intermediate, or advanced students. The type of boat used and lesson content is based on the input of participants. Only SSP boats are used for lessons. To request a private lesson, visit the 'Private Lessons' page of our website under 'Camps & Classes'. Private lessons are scheduled directly with an instructor based on availability. Please note that instructor availability may be limited during camps and classes. Private lesson rates are $80/hour (minimum 1.5 hours) for 1-2 sailors. Some boats can accommodate additional sailors at $20/hour/sailor. # of Sailors 1-2 3* 4* *Boat dependent
1.5 Hours $120 $150 $180
2 Hours $160 $200 $240
2.5 Hours $200 $250 $300
Fill out the private lesson request form on our website and schedule your private lesson today!
ur adult sailing classes allow people of any age, experience, or ability to learn new skills and grow as a sailor. Whether it’s your first time on the water or you’ve been sailing your whole life, we have a class for you. Adult Sailing 101: Sailing Basics Adult Sailing 102: FJ Sailing For those with little or no prior Prerequisite: Adult Sailing 101 (or equivalent) experience sailing small boats, this For sailors who already have basic 10-hour class will take you through small-boat sailing skills, this 10-hour the basics of sailing a 14’ RS Quest, class uses the Flying Junior—a doubleHobie Wave catamaran, or both. With handed performance sailboat—to 2-3 students per boat, sailors should grow more comfortable cruising the develop the skills required to continue lake and even prepare students for sailing for years to come! casual Monday night races. Students Tuition: $250 Ladies Only! should possess balance and fitness Two weeks, Tue/Thur 6:00-8:30 PM appropriate for sailing and capsizing OR Two consecutive weekends† these small boats. Tues/Thurs Sat/Sun Tuition: $250 Ladies Only! April 14-23 April 4-12 Two consecutive weekends† April 28-May 7 April 18-26 Sat/Sun Aug 22-30 May 12-21 May 9-17 April 18-26 Sept 19-27 May 26- June 4 May 23-31 May 9-17 Oct 3-11 June 9-18 June 6-14 June 6- 14 June 23- July 2 June 20-28 June 20-28 July 7- 16 July 11-19 July 25- Aug 2 July 21-30 July 25-Aug 2 Aug 4- 13 Aug 8-16 †Weekend class times vary throughout Aug 18-27 Aug 22- 30 the season. For a complete list of class Sept 5- 13 times, visit our website. Sept 19-27 Oct 3-11 16 Oct 17-25
Adult Hobie 16
Adult Keelboat sailing
Prerequisite: Adult Sailing 102 (or equivalent)
Prerequisite: Adult Sailing 101 (or equivalent)
This class covers rigging and launching, using the harness and trapeze wire, and the unique physics behind the fastest boat in the Sail Sand Point fleet. This weekend class will get you familiar with the boat and ready to fly across the lake on a trapeze. Students should have taken Adult Sailing 102 or have comparable sailing experience. Tuition: $150 One weekend Sat/Sun 4:00-7:00 PM May 30-31 July 11-12 Aug 8-9
Taught on our J-24 or SB3s, this class will give sailors the chance to crew all positions, fly the spinnaker, master sail trim, and drive a performance keelboat! Students should have taken Adult Sailing 101 or have comparable sailing experience. Tuition: $150 One weekend Sat/Sun 4:00-7:00 PM April 4-5 Aug 15-16 Oct 24-25
Intro to Windsurfing Our two and a half hour introduction to windsurfing class will get you cruising the lake with the power of the wind at your hands. Students learn all they need to know to get set up and sailing. This one-day crash course includes wind and sailing theory, appropriate equipment selection, and the basic principles to get you started. Once you have taken the intro course, come back any Wednesday evening during the summer for an instructor supervised self-learning session (included with registration). With good wind most students should be ready to pass the skills test after one or more of these of these sessions and start flying across the water on their own. Tuition: $75 Classes run May 26-Aug 25th Tues evenings 6:00-8:30 PM class session Wed evenings 6:00-8:30 PM supervised self-learning session
Adult Laser Prerequisite: Adult Sailing 102 (or equivalent)
Using this challenging singlehanded boat, sailors will learn to rig, sail, and race our fleet of lasers. Students should possess the balance and fitness appropriate for sailing and capsizing these small boats. Students also should have taken Adult 102 or have comparable experience sailing small boats. Tuition: $150 One weekend Sat/Sun 4:00-7:00 PM April 11-12 Sept 5-6 May 23-24 Oct 17-18 July 11-12
re you short on time but still want to get your fun in on the lake? Do you need a refresher on rigging or wind theory? If so, these quick lessons are for you. These classes will help introduce you to Sail Sand Point and our fleet while also preparing you to check out a boat on your own in Open Boating. Registration for Hobie Wave Experience can be found on our website; no registration required for Refresher Lessons. Hobie Wave Experience This quick 2-hour class gives people a taste of small boat sailing on a simple, easy to learn platform, the Hobie Wave. Designed as an easy way to introduce sailing, this class covers all the basic skills needed so you may pass an Open Boating skills test and keep sailing with family and friends all year long! If there is no wind we will take to the water on paddleboards and kayaks. Registration is required prior to class. Tuition: $50. Ages 14+. Wed & Sun evenings, 6:00-8:00 PM Classes run May 27th-Sept 6th. Refresher Lessons These FREE one-hour lessons are designed to refresh sailors on how to independently sail our boats. This shore-based lesson will cover rigging, proper equipment ettiquette, and some tips and tricks for sailing the boats. This course will not cover all skills required to pass a skills test. Refresher Lessons are offered for FJs, Lasers, RS Quests, and Hobie 16s. Weekend mornings at 10:00 AM No registration required. Visit our website for a complete lesson schedule.
our next birthday party, corporate event, or field trip could be spent learning and sailing in the sun! Create a lasting memory with your group whether sailing on Hobie Waves, paddling on kayaks, marine science activities- or a combination of all three. Paddle to a nearby beach to enjoy a picnic and games in the park, or have a BBQ on the pier followed by some awesome team-building activities on the water! We will work with you to customize your ideal program, so you get exactly what you want out of your day. From STEM-based programs, related to the water, wind, and our environment, to adventure experiences exploring an imaginative treasure map, there is something for everyone. Our Groups Program provides the unique opportunity to get out on the water in a safe a supportive atmosphere, regardless of age, ability, or background. All of our groups are instrumental in upholding our mission: to bring the joy and life-enhacing benefits of small boats to all. For more information, visit our website and apply to be a group partner today!
ail Sand Pointâ€™s boat storage yard is designed to make Lake Washington more accessible to small boat owners and help us achieve our mission. The boat yard is intended for non-motorized, hand-launchable boats, including kayaks, SUPs, rowing dinghies, and small sailboats. Our boat yard is an active use yard, meaning all boats must be used 8 or more times per year to be eligible for storage. SSP has a scholarship program for low-income individuals who may otherwise have trouble affording the cost of storage. Boat storage users have 24/7 access to their boats within a securely locked fenced area. Store your boat with us and be on the water in minutes! Please see our website for more details, including availability and pricing.
Community Events Monday Night Racing Sail Sand Point hosts casual races on Monday nights during the late spring and summer. Any type of sailboat can participate and no scores are recorded. Use your Open Boating pass to rent a boat or bring your own! Racing is from 6:00 PM to close. $5 suggested contribution for racing. Stick around afterwards for a potluck and beautiful sunset! Party On The Pier Join us July 25th for Party On The Pier, our annual fundraising dinner with music, drinks, and sailboat rides. Tickets will be available for purchase on our website! E-Scow Sailing SSP offers free Friday night e-scow sailing. Rides start at 6:00 pm and are first come, first served. These rides are a great opportunity to sail a high performance boat with a skilled skipper. Suited for adults and teens who have small boat sailing experience. E-Scow sailing begins Friday, May 29th and runs through Friday, August 28th, every Friday.
Season Kickoff Party Join Sail Sand Point on May 16th for a casual evening get-together with free boat rides and food as we kickoff our summer season. Come by to enjoy the fun and meet other folks in the community. Check out our website and newsletter for complete details. Full Moon Sails Each Saturday closest to the full moon, Sail Sand Point opens after hours for night boating. Join us for a dessert potluck followed by a fun evening sail under the moonlight! Use your Open Boating pass, take a free ride with a volunteer, or use your own boat! Cruises begin around sunset. See our website for complete details. May 9 August 1 June 6 End of Season Bash Join us to celebrate the end of the summer season and to recognize SSPâ€™s fantastic boating community and fabulous volunteers. SSP grills burgers and encourages attendees to bring a side to share, attendees reminisce about the summer, and the Volunteer of the Year is announced. September 20th
Volunteer Work Parties Spring Work Party - Saturday, April 11 Fall Work Party - Saturday, November 7
Community Events, except Party on the Pier, are drop-in and do not require registration. If you have any questions about events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 206-525-8782.
Sail Sand Point is a member of US Sailing and is one of 35 sanctioned US Sailing Community Sailing Programs. Guidelines for these programs identify the highest level of boating education and public access. Support SSP As a non-profit, Sail Sand Point thrives thanks to the generosity of volunteers, donors and the community. You can support SSP by volunteering, making a taxdeductible donation, and sharing this program book.
Keep In Touch
www.sailsandpoint.org /sailsandpoint @sailsandpoint Email: email@example.com 7861 62nd Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115 (206) 525 - 8782 24
Sail Sand Point is located in the North Shore recreation area of Magnuson Park. Driving Enter Magnuson Park at the NE 74th Ave gatehouse and turn left on 63rd Ave NE. Turn left again at NE 77th Street. Turn right at the stop sign, go under the overpass and continue straight to the water. Transit Bus lines 75 and 62 run to and from Magnuson Park. For easiest access to Sail Sand Point, use the NE 77th Ave stop. To access line 75 from the Link Light Rail, transfer to the Rainier Vista bus stop from the University of Washington Link Station.
Sail Sand Point's official 2020 Program and Event Guide, covering the 2020 dates, times, and descriptions of youth camps, adult classes, gro...
Published on Jan 10, 2020
Sail Sand Point's official 2020 Program and Event Guide, covering the 2020 dates, times, and descriptions of youth camps, adult classes, gro...