Where

A map of the Salish Sea is overlaid by the Seabacs logo banner flanked by the text: Where We Go. We cruise to Puget Sound marinas and other covesand parks throughout the Salish Sea coastal waterways of Washington State and B.C. The Salish Sea - It includes Washington State's Puget Sound, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, San Juan Islands and B.C.'s Gulf Islands and Strait of Georgia.
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Where We Meet

Our base of operations is out of the 2nd floor of the Oxbow Activity Center just off the Duwamish Waterway. We meet at 7:00 PM on the second Monday of each month except in July and August when we prefer to meet on the water.

Map to Boeing Oxbow Community Center

Where We Go

Since 1961, The Seabacs Boat Club has been cruising the waters of what has officially become known as The Salish Sea /Mer des Salish (SAY-lish) .

It is a single estuarine ecosystem formed by the bodies of water from the north end of the Strait of Georgia and Desolation Sound to the south end of Puget Sound and west to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, including including the inland waters of Washington State and British Columbia.

Seabacs members have collectively, and individually, traveled extensively throughout the region, although the majority of annual boating season events that we attend are in the Puget Sound area. As a result we’ve been able to collect an impressive list of reciprocal moorages with other clubs and marinas that you can find by clicking on the Reciprocals banner below.

You can also read more about the history of the effort to name the Salish Sea by clicking on the link box to our BLOG in the left-hand column.

And clicking on the Schedule link box in the right-hand column will take you to our Events Log page where you can scan the list of activities for 2016.

Photo of Seabac's Lady Kathleen anchoring-out and rafting-up with the Tsitka.
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