Seabacs reciprocals banner shows a map of Washington State and british Columbia will a series of yellow flags designating moorages where Seabacs has reciprocal privileges. The Seabacs logo banner is flanked by the text: Seabacs' Reciprocals. Seabacs maintains reciprocal privileges with over 60 yacht clubs in the Puget Sound/Salishj Sea region in the U.S. and Canada. reciprocals Coontact: Craig Waffle is our Reciprocals Chairperson. Telephone 253 631 3020 or email reciprocals@seabacs.com.
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Seabacs’ Reciprocal Moorages

Because of the excellent reputation and goodwill the Seabacs Boat Club has built-up in over half a century of boating, we’re proud to enjoy reciprocal mooring privileges with over 60 yachting and boating clubs. 

Reciprocals are a great way to enjoy boat travel and reduce dock expenses.

Be sure to have your Seabacs membership Card and fly your Seabacs burgee when at a reciprocal dock.

You may need to call ahead to make sure the reciprocal dock is open and not already filled for the night. There is usually a limit of 1 or 2 slips reserved for use as reciprocals at the various marinas.

For more information, please contact our Reciprocals Chairperson Craig Waffle at the phone number or email listed in the banner at the top of this page.

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