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!



Crew Finder, System Orientation, & Member Handbook

Club Manager Orientation Guide

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

SSC Casual Crew Finder
Google Group

SSC Casual Crew Finder serves as a platform for members of the Seattle Sailing Club to come together, connect, and find crew members for sailing activities. It’s designed to enhance your sailing experience, foster a sense of community, and make it easier than ever to find companions for your nautical journeys.

How to Join:

Joining the SSC Casual Crew Finder is simple:

  1. Visit SSC Casual Crew Finder Group.
  2. Click ‘Join Group’ to become a member.
  3. Review the Guidelines for Participation.
  4. Introduce yourself and start connecting with other sailors eager to embark on new adventures.

Member Handbook

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.

2024 Member Handbook (updated 12.21.2023)

2024 Member Handbook – Summary of Changes

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

Usage reports are required to be submitted immediately after your sail. All issues should be reported directly to the Club upon return and noted in the usage report. Take and send photos to

A QR code linked to the Pre-Sail and Post-Sail checklists (usage reports) are posted on the bulk head or in the cabin of every boat. Both sections are required.

Failure to submit usage reports will result in the suspension of member privileges. After 3 written reminders to submit a report (3 different sails), the Club will charge $25 per unsubmitted 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


2024 Race Programs Handbook

2024 Racer Interest Form

2024 Race Program Guide

Race Program FAQ

Anacortes Charter Requirements & Addendum

Anacortes Charter Contract and Addendum (Updated for 2024)


  1. Attend and successfully pass 1 San Juan Island Navigation Seminar
  2. ASA 104 or equivalent check-out
  3. Complete 1 overnight out of Shilshole Marina
  4. Complete a Float Plan sent in tandem with this contract via Google Sheet invite. Float plan must be returned to the Club a minimum of 14 days prior to departure. 
  5. BoatUS Membership (Club members are eligible for a 10% discount off their BoatUS membership. See the Member’s Resources Page for more information). 

Pre-Charter Recommendations 

  1. ASA 105 Coastal Navigation

Reservation Requirements 

  1. Call/email to book, edit charter dates, or cancel (do not use Club Manager)
  2. One-week minimum; additional dates available only in one-week increments
  3. 25% deposit paid at time of booking
  4. 75% balance will be automatically charged 14 days prior to charter
  5. $325 Anacortes off-site fee
  6. Complete Anacortes Overnight Contract and Addendum

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellations/changes can be made up to 60 days before the charter for a full refund. Cancellations/changes made within 60 days of the charter are non-refundable or transferable.
  • Cancellations must be made by calling or emailing the Club. Please do not use Club Manager. 

Offsite Charter Information

We do not have an office in Anacortes. Please review the following information about picking up the boat.

  1. Cap Sante Marina is in Anacortes, WA
  2. Find your slip on the marina map; please remember your return slip may be different from the pickup slip. Slip numbers are listed on your contract. 
  3. Boat keys will be in the propane locker and must be left there for the next user
  4. Members should provide their own propane to use the barbeque grill. We suggest the green Coleman 16 oz propane gas cylinder
  5. Review the Equipment Inventory list to assist with preparing for your charter.
  6. Review (and/or bookmark) the Quick Guide to the boat you are chartering. Quick Guides are found on the Member Resources page (password: ssc2016!).



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

Day Sail & Overnight Charter Rates

Olympic Club Day Sail Rates 

Olympic Club Overnight Rates 

Northwest Club Overnight Rates

Seattle J Club Overnight Rates

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