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Ahoy! Set Sail Each Sunday at Seattle’s Center for Wooden Boats.


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Ahoy! Set Sail Each Sunday at Seattle’s Center for Wooden Boats.

A look at the free Sunday Public Sail at the CWB on Lake Union, a Seattle tradition for more than 25 years.

June 16, 2017

Check out the free Sunday public sail every Sunday at the Center for Wooden Boats to explore Lake Union like a true sailor. See iconic Seattle spots, including Gas Works Park and the Sleepless in Seattle houseboat and take in the beautiful view of the Seattle skyline.  

Rides start at varying times throughout the day and last about 45 minutes. Sign-ups begin in person at 10:00 a.m. and boats generally depart between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p,m.; space is limited and rides fill quickly. Arrive early to ensure your first choice, especially on sunny days and holidays. One person may sign up five other people who are not present, but no phone reservations are accepted. All ages are welcome and they have life jackets for everyone. Sales happen, rain or shine, but wind conditions may keep boats docked.

 


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