Small Easter Cruise Contingent
The Easter weekend saw three determined boats congregate at Port Browning. Watch this space for a more complete report on the fun had by Nest Egg, Shaunsea, and Inside Passage.
Cruising Evening with Ray Martin
The Cruising Committee, in cooperation with the SS Power Squadron, gives a hearty thanks to Ray Martin and Margot Challier for sharing their photographs and stories about their sailing trip down the coast of South America and around Cape Horn on March 31st at the Club. If you didn’t happen to make it to the presentation, here’s what you missed: Ray Martin Poster !
Reciprocal News 2017
BC Marine Parks Forever Society:
Thanks to everyone who came to the presentation by MPFS president George Creek on March 6.
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Looking Ahead to 2017
The cruising committee is busy with plans for the 2017 season. Watch this space for information about the annual Easter and May long weekend cruises, possible cruises to the San Juans, exploring Cowichan Valley wineries, the now annual jaunt to Victoria Harbour, and gunkholing around the southern gulf islands. And, if you want to revisit last year’ memorable cruises, check out the Cruising Archives link at the left.
Are You Planning Your Own Cruise or Rendezvous?
If you’re planning your own cruise in 2017 and would like to have other Club members join you, let Cruise Captain Karen know: firstname.lastname@example.org. It can be included as a cruising opportunity on this page and some promotion can be done for you by the cruise committee. Alternatively, you can post your plans yourself in the Member Exchange section for other Club members to see.