Monthly Archives: October 2017

Ponderings Of A Woman On The Water

I am a little introspective this morning about my life and the meaning and purpose of this group supporting women in love with the water and boating. I’m involved because of a commitment since my 20’s to supporting women and … Continue reading

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Liz Lappala and Husband Risto Following Their Dream

OK cruising planners/dreamers and armchair travelers… Liz Lappala wrote… We are sailing to Mexico this Monday with the HaHa. Look forward to joining the group again down the road. Thanks You can check out their cruising plans and other information … Continue reading

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Tide Of Plastic Rubbish Discovered Floating Off Caribbean Island

We boaters should stay informed and help in efforts as we can. More than eight million tonnes of plastic goes into the oceans every year, and it is estimated there will be more of it than fish by 2050… Link … Continue reading

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Seattle Maritime Academy Classes For Recreational Boaters (Knot Tying & Line Handling Tonight)

Here are a list of classes, register now to assure a place. (LINK TO MORE INFORMATION & REGISTRATION) Tonight, 10-12-17, Margaret Pommert teaches Knot Tying and Line Handling Upcoming classes are: 10/17 – 11/21 Basic Marine Electric Fundamentals for the Recreational … Continue reading

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Interested in giving a seminar at the January Seattle Boat Show? – Here’s an Application – Due Tomorrow

If you are interested in speaking at the Seattle Boat Show as part of the ‘Free Boating Seminars’ – kindly fill out this online application as soon as possible. Contact person:  Alashia Wartelle  

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Do You Know Of Any East Coast Women Boating Groups?

Hi Gals, We received an email (below) from a gal on the East Coast who thinks we are lucky to have a group like ours and wonders if we know of any groups in the Virginia area for women who … Continue reading

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October 16th NWWB Meeting: Jennifer Ott, An Environmental Historian, Shares The History of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks and Ship Canal

Seattle has a plethora of resources for boaters that enable the activity we love. One of the most fascinating is the Hiram Chittenden Locks, 100 years old in 2017. Come join us for a relaxed evening journeying back into the … Continue reading

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Desire to Crew or Need Crew? We have a list you can join.

NWWB is pleased to provide a place for women to connect with other women who wish to be crew on a vessel or women who wish to find crew for their vessel or a vessel they share. Here is a … Continue reading

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