The spring newsletter, in which Commodore Craig Wilson welcomes everyone to the 2018 sailing season, has been mailed to members. Read it here:
To promote the appreciation of sailing and foster a community and culture committed to advancing both sailing and sailing education in the Juneau area.
BBQ Spring Party | May 11th, 2018 | Sandy Beach Savikko #1
SEAS will be starting the season off with delicious food, refreshments, and great company. The BBQ Spring Party event is a SEAS tradition, and everyone is invited! We're hosting a BBQ Party from 6pm-9pm at Sandy Beach Savikko #1 and we would love to see you there.
SEAS Membership Forms will be available at the party for those who wish to or still need to renew their memberships! SEAS Cup Registration Forms will also be available for skippers who wish to register for the SEAS Cup race series.
Nikolay Barkov, the SEAS treasurer, will be moving to Seattle at the end of May. As a result, SEAS is looking for a member willing to fill the treasurer position through the end of the 2018 term. If you are willing to serve as treasurer or if you would like to nominate someone to serve, please contact the club Commodore, Craig Wilson, by noon Wednesday, May 9. Thank you for considering serving! You may contact Craig directly, or send him a message through the Contact SEAS link under "About SEAS" on the website.
It's time to be on the water and the next Sailor Talk will provide great info and discussion to prepare us all for the fun. It will be held Wednesday, May 2, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Northwind Architects 126 Seward St.
Instructors Jerry Dzugan and Nick Nickerson led participants in the Alaska Marine Education Association (AMSEA) boating safety course through a packed two days of learning and drills April 21-22 in Juneau. Among the more active sessions were mock use of fire extinguishers, working as teams to plug leaks that mysteriously sprung in a U.S. Coast Guard leak training trailer, and learning how to safely set off flares.