There are several very active women-oriented boating Facebook pages locally. Many of these are "closed" pages, restricted to women only. You'll need to search for them by name and ask permission to join. Here's a sample of the ones most popular with local women boaters
Oldest and largest Pacific NW woman boater Facebook page. For both sail and power boaters.
This all-woman team won the challenging Race to Alaska. But that's just the start of what this amazing group of women have done and ARE doing!
Shilshole Women Sailors Group (CYC/SSC), SheSails Seattle, Seattle Boat Show Women's University, SSC Women's Room (for women of Seattle Sailing Club).
Tacoma Women's Sailing Association, South Sound Women Sailors, Oregon Women's Sailing Association
Women: coming to the Seattle Boat Show? Know how to tie a few basic boating knots? Please volunteer at our Northwest Women in Boating "Knot-a-Boat" booth, where we teach boaters a few basic knots. I'll give you tickets to get into the show for free! It's lots of fun, and a way to promote women in boating.
Want to learn from a woman instructor? Many of the best local instructors also happen to be women. Click the button to go to article in sailing magazine 48 North introduces which some of them.
Lots of exciting presentations by/for women boaters. Seattle Boat Show Women's University is full day class for both women sail and power boaters. Seminar schedule, including link sign up For Boat Show University class below
Monthly women-only events, training, sailing, flotillas and women's race team
Open to women of all skill levels! Develop your sailing skills as you explore the San Juan Islands with our top female instructors.
Seattle Boat Show Women's University is a fun, full day class for both women sail and power boaters. Under seminar name, search for "Women".
Many local yacht clubs also have women's groups, and/or women's learn to sail or learn to race programs. One of these is Port Madison Yacht Club on Bainbridge Island. Check with your local yacht club. If they don't have something, why not volunteer to start it?