Judy Nasmith’s 17th Annual Women’s Boating Seminar is coming up. Those of you who have attended in the past know that it’s a fun day filled with great seminars, lots of boating gals to meet, door prizes, and the lunches (unlike many seminar boxed lunches) are really good. Women boaters in the area have a great chance to get to know each other. There are women who boat from all over including gals from South Sound, up north and on the islands. If you are free that day it’ll be an experience in which you’ll be glad you participated. Don’t wait too long, though, it’s popular and fills up fast.
17th Annual Women’s Boating Seminar
February 22, 2013 9am—5
North Seattle Community College—Seattle
Pre-registration required. Cost $95.00 includes refreshments, lunch, seminar notes, drawing for valuable door prizes. Full de-tails and on-line registration www.latitudesailingassoc.org
This inspiring and educational event is open to all women, sail or power, offering workshop selections for all skill levels. A great opportunity to network, be inspired, learn and find out about women’s boating organizations in the Pacific Northwest.
Topics covered include:
“Inside Passage Dreaming – What’s Holding You Back” – Capt. Linda Lewis
“Cape Horn or Bust” – Reanne Douglass
“Top Ten Surprises” – Nancy Erley
“Locking Through” – Victoria Shepard
“Knot tying and terminology” – Judy Nasmith
“Sailboat Racing” – Christa Bassett Ross
“Trip Planning Using Tides and Currents” – Carolyn “Ace” Spragg
“Fitness Afloat” – Sherry Corsiglia
“Knots and Terminology” – Hands on knot tying – Judy Nasmith