I’m excited to once again be speaking at the Seattle Boat Show! This year’s show runs from January 24 to February 1 and my presentation schedule is below. Along with my seminars, you can also find me at the 48° North sailing magazine booth West 21, at the Race to Alaska Tailgate Party on Saturday, January 25 at 4 pm, and at a Three Sheets Northwest—48° North get-together that is in the works — stay tuned for details!
Cruising Forum: Discussion with the Experts
Saturday, January 25th, 10:15 – 12:15 AM at Stage #5 Club Level
A comprehensive and fast paced panel discussion, I’ll join John and Amanda Neal (Mahina Expeditions), Behan and Jamie Gifford (Sailing Totem) and Will Curry (Hydrovane) to answer host Sarah Curry’s questions. We’ll cover what you should prioritize when choosing and outfitting an offshore boat and a range of other topics from self sufficiency to heavy weather tactics to life changing landfalls. Learn from our mistakes and benefit from our tips for making a safe passage down the Washington and Oregon coasts and to exciting destinations beyond… Register online and submit your own questions.
700-miles Downwind to Alaska: How a One Summer Voyage Turned Into Three
Wednesday, January 29th, 5:15 PM & Saturday, February 1st, 3:00 PM at Stage #3 North Hall (Wed) and Stage #6 Club Level (Sat).
An updated version of the seminar I gave at the 2019 Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend, I’ll take a dive into our family voyage from Victoria, British Columbia in 2017 up the west coast of Vancouver Island to Haida Gwaii and then on to Southeast Alaska. From there, what was supposed to be a one summer cruise then turned into three summers and thousands of miles sailing to Kodiak Island, Prince William Sound, the Kenai Peninsula and wintering in Seward. Come along for the ride down this unconventional path through one of the world’s most incredible cruising grounds and learn tips and ask questions about taking a similar route.
Find out more and purchase show tickets at https://seattleboatshow.com/
One Reply to “Free seminars and more at the Seattle Boat Show!”
I’ve always enjoyed your posts; hope our paths cross at the Show and I get to say hi.