Welcome to the Cruising Club of America's Pacific Northwest Station website! Click on the above support pages for specific information.

The Pacific Northwest Station has 109 members, and the station Rear Commodore for 2017 is Sue Corenman (

Cruising Club members from other stations and posts who are visiting  or cruising in the Northwest are invited  to join in the Pacific Northwest Station's activities.  The Station has a monthly luncheon each month (except July, August and September) held the second Monday of the month at the Seattle Yacht Club. Additional information on these luncheons is available by calling the station Secretary or any other officer as listed in the table of officers. For table of officers, click here.


The PNW Station is looking forward to a very busy 2017, including our Spring Cruise in Peter Puget's Sound (central Puget Sound) and the Fall Cruise through ten rapids north of Desolation Sound. Phil has designed logos for each cruise which can be ordered on apparel from Team One Newport - see CCA store.

If you are in the PNW during May or September, we would love to have you join us. You can get more information and the Cruise Guides by clicking Spring Cruise -Peter Puget's Sound - PNW 2017  or clicking Fall Cruise-Ten Rapids - PNW 2017 or emailing our Cruise Chair, Phil Swigard. (

CCA-PNW in partnership with Seattle Yacht Club is conducting am Safety Seminar for Cruising Couples at SYC on March 18. Contact SYC to register.

We’d like to welcome our newest members, Peter Brown and J. Walter Smith.   The station is thrilled to have them join us, .                                                      


For information on Previous Station Cruises, click here

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Safety for Cruising Couples



Once again a safety-at-sea hands-on program for cruising couples and short handed cruisers -- both sail & power, coastal and local waters

Based on the CCA’s highly acclaimed “Suddenly Alone” seminars and presented by  

             The Seattle Yacht Club and The Cruising Club of America

Saturday, March 18 at SYC Mainstation, Heritage Room


 The goal of the one-day seminar is to build the confidence of the “less” experienced crew/partner in the event the “more“ experienced person is occupied with a repair, becomes incapacitated, or falls overboard


At this seminar, a team of highly experienced instructors from our local CCA station will cover



  • Station luncheon Meeting June
  • Fall - Ten Rapids - Cruise September
  • Station Luncheon Meeting September
  • Station Luncheon Meeting October
  • Station Luncheon Meeting November
  • PNW Station Annual Dinner November
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