Boating

As a member of SSYC, you can be out on the water even without a boat. Our designated skippers invite members to sign up as crew on their boats during meetings. Boating excursions include sailing, racing, crabbing, raftups and weekend getaways. All boats are individually owned and generously shared with club members at no additional cost beyond club dues.

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Social events

Seattle Singles are active even when they are not on the water. In addition to Monday night meetings, club members can attend weekly Happy Hours, monthly dances, volleyball Tuesdays and themed events planned throughout the year. Every fall the Club hosts a boat race, auction, dinner and dance to raise money for Northwest Harvest. The 2018 event is set for Sept. 22nd. The Club also sponsors the Goosebumps Race in January and February. See details below.

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Meetings

Our singles boating club meets in the China Harbor Restaurant ballroom. We generally meet every Monday night and sponsor dances on the second Monday of each month. On dance nights, music starts at 8:30 p.m. right after the weekly meeting. Social hour begins at 7 p.m. followed by a meeting at 7:30 p.m. China Harbor features food at special rates for members plus a dedicated No Host Bar.

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Goosebumps Race Series-2018

Seattle Singles Yacht Club is now the exclusive sponsor of the popular beer-can racing series held on Lake Union in January and February. Skippers just show up near Gas Works Park each Sunday, register with the Committee Boat and start racing around 1 p.m. The course is set each Sunday morning and skippers may race in as many, or as few, as they choose. Results are tabulated for each race and at the end of the series. Details here:

Tap: Goosebumps

Race to Fight Hunger set for Sept. 22, 2018

Skippers--please plan to join SSYC for its 26th annual benefit race for Northwest Harvest, a local food bank. This year's event raised $34,000 which will feed thousands of families in Washington State. Thanks to SSYC and its generous supporters, more than a million meals have been served in our community.

Tap: Race to Fight Hunger