To promote the appreciation of sailing and foster a community and culture committed to advancing both sailing and sailing education in the Juneau area.

Coast Guard wants input on Gastineau Channel

From the USCG:

Coast Guard Sector Juneau Waterways Division has started a WAMS, waterway analysis and Management System survey for Gastineau Channel through Mendenhall Bar to Fritz Cove. A WAMS assessment looks at all Aids to Navigation, publications, and facilities to ensure the CG has the best/safest navigation set up for the area. There hasn't been a thorough analysis since 2003 so there is a lot that we will be taking in. We would appreciate the input from any members of SEAS on this survey, as we are looking for additional information from waterway users that operate North of the bridge. It would be greatly appreciated if you could forward the survey to any interested members. The survey is open though March and can be found at   

2018 Board of Directors Announced

The results are in, here is your elected 2018 SEAS Board of Directors.  There are still two vacant voting positions that will be appointed by the board.

  • Commodore: Craig Wilson
  • Vice Commodore: Denise Wiltse
  • Treasurer: Nikolay Barkov
  • Secretary: Patricia Harper
  • At-Large Board Members:
    • Jacob VanBaalen (2017-2018)
    • Sean Boily (2017-2018)
    • James Gallenos (2018-2019)
    • Joseph Grieser (2018-2019)
  • Race Committee Chair: Vacant (Appointed by Board)
  • Club Handicapper: Vacant (Appointed by Board)

SEAS End of Year Party

12/08/2017 - 18:00 to 20:00


With 2017 moving swiftly into a New year, SEAS members and friends will meet for a year end party at V's Cellar Door on Friday night, December 8. Attached is the customized menu with prices for the evening. Come and welcome the newly elected 2018 SEAS Board and meet other sailors.

We had a great showing at the Awards Banquet November 4. A big thank you to SEAS Commodore James Bibb for getting the awards engraved! 2017 season awards were as follows: 

SEAS Cup:  

1st place - S/V Haiku, Skipper Brian Lieb