Private Group Sailing Lesson
Experience the magic of sailing aboard La Vie en Rose
May 25–September 29, 2023
photo by Ashlyn Brown
The Classic Mariners’ Regatta is beautiful classic boats, high-caliber sailors racing their hearts out, and a friendly atmosphere. Since 1984 the Classic Mariners’ Regatta has animated Port Townsend Bay with the Wooden Boat Foundation spirit that is quintessentially Port Townsend. With hand-sewn award pennants and a courtyard dinner, this is a regatta weekend not to miss.
Private Group Sailing Lesson
May 25–September 29 | $575 per sail | Up to 6 people | All ages welcome
Afternoon Sails: Wed–Sat, 4:30–7 PM
Sunday Sails: 10:30 AM–1 PM
Experience the magic of Port Townsend Bay aboard our stunning 40-foot sailboat, La Vie en Rose! A private adventure on the sea awaits you and yours—raise the sails and take the helm, feel the wind in your face, and learn how to sail under the guidance of our experienced captain. These 2.5-hour lessons are perfect for families, friends, groups, or couples who would like to try sailing without committing to a multi-day class.
Please reserve your Private Group Sailing Lesson online at least 3 days in advance. We are unable to accommodate walk-ups or last-minute bookings.
If you need a different time and date for your special sail, contact our registrar at 360.385.3628 x1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About La Vie En Rose
La Vie en Rose is a beautiful 40′ custom cruising yawl. Constructed of cold-molded red cedar and Douglas fir with a stunning cherry interior, she is a true masterpiece! Learn more about her in this feature in WoodenBoat Magazine.
Stay tuned for the 2021 CMR plan!
Classic Mariners' Regatta Criteria
We have opened up the criteria of Classic Mariners to expand the racing fleet beyond wooden boats!
The Classic Mariners’ Regatta is now open to yachts that have been built to a design or in the spirit of sailing yachts prior to 1967. There will be an acceptance committee that will determine if your boat meets this criteria. They will also consider boats that were built in the “Spirit of Tradition.”
Registration & Race Entry: $60
Registration for the Classic Mariners’ Regatta includes:
- Entry for all three Classic Mariners' Regatta sailboat races
- Welcome Gathering and Skippers' Meeting
- Five beverage tickets (Yes, they're good for beers, too.)
- Entry to the awards ceremony on Sunday afternoon
Please register in advance for the race; however if you're not arriving until late Friday night, please call 360.385.3628 x104 or email email@example.com and you can register at the skippers meeting on Saturday.
If you would like to dock with the Classic Mariners group, which may mean rafting up, please call or email the Northwest Maritime Center office to add your name to the list for CMR raft-up. If you would like a more private dock, please call Point Hudson directly to reserve your own space. Either way, when you arrive at Point Hudson please proceed directly to the Point Hudson Marina office to pay for your moorage. Approximately 1.25 per foot.
Northwest Maritime Center Office: 360.385.3628, firstname.lastname@example.org
Point Hudson Marina Office: 360.385.2828
A weekend of races!
This year the Classic Mariners' Regatta, SEVENTY48, and Race to Alaska are back to back in a weekend of epic fun and on-the-water adventure! So come on down to the Northwest Maritime Center and Pope Marine Park to watch and race in the regatta, cheer on SEVENTY48 racers as they arrive from Tacoma, take part in the R2AK madness on Sunday during the Ruckus, and see the R2AK teams set off on Monday.
Registration Coming Soon