British Columbia

September 8 - 16, 2GG6

♦ Majestic fjords, waterfalls, and breathtaking scenery abundant with wildlife will surround this Pacific Northwest charter from Vancouver to Desolation Sound. Explore bays and coves by day and relax in secluded anchorages each evening.

♦ A seaplane will return us to Vancouver, offering a stunning flight over our sailing route. Or choose to help deliver the boats back to Vancouver.

♦ The cost of $1,900 per person includes one night's hotel, welcome cocktails and dinner, starter provisions, eight-day charter, and the seaplane flight.

For information, contact King Yacht Charters (800-521-7552 or 860-536-9217, www.sailingcharters.com and e-mail [email protected]).

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==77 SAFETY-AT-SEA USJ SEMINARS

join us for the most authoritative daylong seminar on safe seamanship, heavy-weather tactics, and boat preparation. Review safety-equipment demos and man-overboard recovery techniques. Pose questions to our panel of expert bluewater sailors. Seating is limited, so call now for reservations. Leave with new knowledge, valuable reference tools, and useful resources. Don't miss it.

February 25, 2CC6

The Sailing Foundation • Seattle, WA Moderator: Chuck Hawley • Contact: Jana Visser Phone: 888-892-7245 • e-mail: [email protected]

The Cruising Club of America • Hyatt Regency/Goat Island • Newport, RI Moderator: Ron Trossbach • Contact: Nancy Helme Phone: 401-846-6711 • e-mail: [email protected]

Marine Trades Association of MD and U. S. Naval Academy Sailing Squadron • Annapolis, MD

Moderators: Ralph Naranjo and Chuck Hawley • Contact: Suzanne Zellers Phone: (301) 261-1021 • e-mail: [email protected]

April S, 2CC6

U. S. Merchant Marine Academy • Kings Point, NY Moderator: Ralph Naranjo • Contact: Rick Dominique Phone: (516) 773-5514 • e-mail: [email protected]

For information on organizing your own seminar, contact US SAILING (www.ussailing.org/safety/Seminars/), Phone: 401-683-0800, e-mail: [email protected]

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