Unlimited Day Sailing

The Unlimited Day Sailing Memberships are the heart of the Seattle Sailing Club membership program. The philosophy behind them is simple – give sailors an easy and affordable way to sail a lot! It’s a truly unique membership opportunity to have unlimited access to so many varied and high quality boats, and to be sailing on the safe, exciting, and gorgeous waters of Puget Sound, at a fraction of the cost of ownership.


Northwest Club Membership

Benefits:
  • Unlimited Day Sailing access to SSC boats 22′-27′
  • Discounted overnight rates
  • Significant discounts on all of our ASA Lessons
  • Free participation in member Flotillas and discounted racing programs
  • 10% off all sailing gear in our Pro Shop and online store

Northwest Club Boats & Overnight Rates

J/24 – $65/Night


J/80 – $125/Night


C&C 24 – $70/Night


J/70 – $175/Night


C&C 27 – $125/Night

Northwest Club

$199

/month
One time Membership Set-Up Fee: $395  12-month Northwest Club Contract

Seattle/J Club Membership

Benefits:
  • Unlimited Day Sailing access to ALL SSC boats 22′-40′
  • Discounted overnight rates
  • Significant discounts on all of our ASA Lessons
  • Free participation in member Flotillas and discounted racing programs
  • 10% off all sailing gear in our Pro Shop and online store

Seattle J/Club Boats & Overnight Rates

All of the NW Club Boats plus the boats below

C&C 30 - $190/Night

Boat name: Totoro


Jeanneau 36 – $230/Night

Boat name: Epernay


Jeanneau 38 – $240/Night

Boat name: Otava


J/105 – $220/Night

Boat name: Life is Good, Avalanche, Cyrano


J/35c – $250/Night

Boat name: Astraea


J/35c – $260/Night

Boat name: Dolce Vita


Bavaria 35 Match – $260/Night

Boat name: Vela Volta


Hanse 342 – $305/Night

Boat name: Silver Girl


J/120 – $320/Night

Boat name: Fast Tango

Seattle J/Club Costs

$335

/month
One time Membership Set-Up Fee: $395  12-month Seattle/J Club Contract

FAQ

How do I sign up for membership?
When you’re ready to join the club, you can either sign up over of the phone or stop by our office. We’ll set up your 12-month contract, settle up on the one time membership set-up fee, give you a tour of the club, dock, and boats, and introduce you to our friendly Seattle Sailing Club Crew!
What qualifications do I need to take out a boat with my friends and family?

Learn to Sail or Get Checked Out:

  1. Learn to Sail! SSC offers sailing lessons from beginner to advanced. Our school is an American Sailing Association affiliate and upon completion of your lesson, we will proctor your certification exam. Once you’ve passed the ASA 101 “Basic Keelboat” and ASA 103 “Basic Coastal Cruising” lesson and exam you will be certified to skipper our boats under 30ft. Upon completion of ASA 104 “Bareboat Charter” lesson and exam you will be certified to skipper our boats up to 50ft.
  2. Checkout: If you’re already certified or have years of sailing experience, we’ll schedule a check-out sail with one of our USCG licensed instructors. Depending on your level of experience, you may choose to be checked out on boats under 30ft or boats up to 50ft. Once you’ve completed the checkout and the instructor has signed you off, you’re ready to reserve your first boat!

Now that I'm a member, how do I reserve a boat?
Once you’ve become certified(ASA103 or higher) or passed your SSC checkout, you are now ready to reserve a boat! There are 2 ways to reserve a boat: by Phone (206)782-5100 or Email. Which ever is easier for you, works for us! When reserving a boat, please provide us with your name, club level, requested boat’s name, day of pick up, and times you expect to pick up and bring back the boat.

My favorite SSC memory was delivering Dolce Vita up to Anacortes, making 9 knots under sail into Port Townsend. What a day!   Rob S. -- SSC member since 2013