Welcome, Seattle Sailing Club Members!

This page is specifically for Seattle Sailing Club members only. Here we will provide members with the most up-to-date information on the sailing club including rates, changes to club policies and/or member handbook content, newsletters, race program information, etc. Stay up-to-date with the latest information here!



Club Manager Orientation & Member Handbook

Club Manager Orientation Guide – New Members

Club Manager is your go-to! Use Club Manager to make and edit boat reservations, view past reservations, update your contact and payment method, view certifications and ratings, as well as view your payment history with the Club.

View Orientation Guide

Club Manager Account Set-up

Club Manager Login

Member Handbook & Concierge Fee/Deductible Waiver

Please review the Member Handbook before you head out on your first sail. In this handbook, we cover the ins and outs of being a member of the Club including reservation policies, cancellation policies, member programs, referral programs, No-Go-Zones, in-depth Deductible Waiver information and much, much more. It is important to know this information to ensure you’re staying safe while out on the water.

2022 Member Handbook (updated 2.22.2022) Concierge Fee/Deductible Waiver

Skipper Responsibilities & Usage Reports (Boat Reservations)

Skipper/Member Responsibilities

Before heading out on your first sail with the Club, prepare yourself by reviewing our Club Skipper/Member Responsibilities Checklist. Members are expected to follow the checklist items on every day sail and overnight charter.

Skipper (Member) Responsibilities Charter Policies


BoatUS / Towing Membership Information

It is highly suggested by the Club for members to invest in a membership with BoatUS Towing. Having a membership with BoatUS will give you peace of mind when you’re out on the water. Towing can cost thousands and having a membership with BoatUS reduces the cost exponentially. The Club does not have a towing service available and once you leave the dock, you are the responsible skipper on board. Stay safe and prepared with a BoatUS membership.

Member BoatUS Flyer

New Member Sign-up Here – Member Promo code: GA85222Y

Membership renewal Same promo code.

Usage Reports | Accident Report Forms | Troubleshooting Engines

Please submit a usage report after every sail.

The Outboard Boat Usage Report is for boats under 30′ with inboard engines and the Inboard Boat Usage Report is for boats with inboard engines. The Overnight Usage Report is for any multi-day reservations.

Outboard Boat Usage Report Inboard Usage Report Overnight Usage Report

Accident Report Forms

In the event of an accident where there is damage to a Club boat, damage to another boat by a Club boat, or injuries on board, please complete an Accident Report Form within 24-hours.

Accident Report Form

Engine Troubleshooting Guides

Outboard Engines – On each of our boats with outboard engines, there is a troubleshooting guide in the cabin. Please refer to this guide as well as the boats Quick Guide or Manual.

Inboard Engine TroubleshootingInboard Engine Troubleshooting

Member Programs – Clinics, Seminars, Women’s Programs, & Racing



For the latest Women’s Sailing Programs, join the SSC Women’s Page on Facebook here: SSC Women’s Room


If you are interested in racing in the 2021 season, please complete the Substitute Racer Interest Form AND Race Program Waiver & Release below. If you would like to be considered for a permanent spot on a team, fill in your complete availability and we will be in touch with you soon.

2022 Racing Programs Information

2022 Racer Interest Form (for Substitutes, too!)

2022 Racing Information Q & A – February 24th 5:30pm

Racing Programs Questions & Answers (from Q&A Zoom)

Unfortunately, due to a technical snafu, we were unable to record the meeting. However, we have put together a list of most of the questions that were asked during the meeting along with answers. As more questions are asked, we will update this document for reference.

San Juan Island Chartering Requirements & Addendum

Requirements (out of Shilshole)

  • Completion of SJI Navigation Seminar
  • Complete a Float Plan and return to SSC 2 weeks prior to the first day of your charter.
  • Successful completion of at least (1) overnight charter prior to your charter to the SJIs.
  • Overnight Contract
  • SJI Addendum (sent with your Overnight Contract) – view a copy to the right
  • ASA 104 or equivalent Check-out -whether you’re chartering an under 30′ or over 30′ boat
  • BOATUS Membership

Recommendations (out of Shilshole)

  • ASA 105 Coastal Navigation (preferred)
  • 7 day, 6 night minimum

San Juan Islands Charter Addendum


Boat Manuals, Quick Guides, Docking Arrangement, Equipment Lists & Amenities

Day Sail & Overnight Charter Rates

2022 Olympic Club Day Sail Rates 

2022 Olympic Club Overnight Rates 

2022 Northwest Club Overnight Rates

2022 Seattle J Club Overnight Rates