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Rentals/Day Trip out of Everett.

So is there anyone who does Rents/day trips out of the Everett area?
I am looking to get myself/son/wife out on a sail boat for a day.
I would prefer mid 20 foot race boat; the wife and kid would like something more fufu.
We have no experience, so were just along for the ride,
Yes we will help if needed, but I bet were more of a Pain the ass, than good.

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Re: Rentals/Day Trip out of Everett.

I personally do not know of any in Everett, but if you can go north to Anacortes/Bellingha or south to Seattle, then there are some sailing groups that you can rent a skippered boat if needed be.

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Re: Rentals/Day Trip out of Everett.

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Re: Rentals/Day Trip out of Everett.

Seattle Sailing Club would be happy to set you up. 206-782-5100.
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Re: Rentals/Day Trip out of Everett.

you may also try one of the new boat sharing sites like squidd.io. You may find something in the area you are looking for, and the rates are usually lower than traditional chartering companies. Good luck
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