Port Ludlow Yacht Club Cruising Season and New Members Galore

By Lori Longo, PLYC Commodore

PLYC members and guests are enjoying a beautiful summer on the water and from the deck of the Club. Summer cruising season has been a pleasure with gorgeous weather. The Commodore’s cruise to the San Juan Islands hosted fourteen boats. We enjoyed wine tasting from Madrone Cellars at Roche Harbor, a delicious BBQ dinner at Matt’s Smokehouse at Deer Harbor, and a delightful outing to Eastsound followed by a fresh seafood dinner at Buck Bay Bistro while moored at Rosario Resort. The days were filled by kayaking, paddle boarding, walks through the islands, chatting with friends, and enjoying a good book. Anchoring out in Echo Bay, Sucia Island, and Hunter Bay off Lopez made great bookends to a relaxing cruise.

PLYC has welcomed a record breaking 23 new memberships to date this year.  The positive energy at the Club is contagious. Half of these folks are boaters and the other half are joining for the social connection. Please consider joining, and your first meal will be free with one of the Flag Officers as your host. To express your interest in visiting PLYC, please complete the form on our website at plyc.us/visit.

The Commodore’s Dinner at Buck Bay Bistro, Olga, WA (Orcas Island).
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