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A popular feature with hundreds of boaters, the 2017 Seattle Boat Show features more than 200 boating and fishing seminars. On this page you will find the entire list of free boating seminars.

Click to view/print a copy of the entire Boating Seminar schedule.
Click to view/print a copy of the entire Fishing Seminar schedule.

NOTE: The free boating seminars will be held on the Club Level on weekends. The entrances to all boating and fishing seminar, weekends and weekdays, are located near the intersection between the North and West Halls at CenturyLink Field Event Center.

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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Stage #1
North Hall
Stage #2
North Hall
Stage #3
North Hall
Stage #4
Club Level
Stage #5
Club Level
Stage #6
Club Level
Stage #1 North Hall Stage
Saltwater Structure Strategies 12:00P-12:50P Tom Nelson
Dungeness Crabbing in Washington 1:00P-1:50P Clyde McBrayer
Successfully Fishing Lakes Washington/Sammamish Year Round 2:00P-2:50P Mark Gavin
Successful Puget Sound Shrimping 3:00P-3:50P Tom Nelson
Deep Water Chinook Fishing on the North Coast 4:00P-4:50P Mike Jamboretz
Lingcod Fishing in Central Puget Sound 5:00P-5:50P Gary Krein
Dungeness Crabbing in Washington 6:00P-6:50P Clyde McBrayer
Stage #2 North Hall Stage
Stage #3 North Hall Stage
Stage #4 Club Level Stage
Getting and Understanding National Weather Service Marina Forecast Products 11:00A-11:50A Jay Albrecht
Cool Products No One Knows About 12:00P-12:50P Pam Wall
Bluewater Voyaging Preparation 1:00P-1:50P John Neal & Amanda Swan Neal
iPhones, iPads and boats: Tips from a Twenty Something Cruiser 2:00P-2:50P Sam Landsman
Storm Avoidance & Survival Tactics 3:00P-3:50P John Neal & Amanda Swan Neal
Cruising Couples: Learn How to Take the Stress Out of Cruising as a Couple 4:00P-4:50P Peter & Cathie Trogdon
Start Here, Start Now … Earn Your Captain’s License This Spring 5:00P-5:50P Skip Anderson
Exploring Southeast Alaska 6:00P-6:50P Jim Rard
Understanding Weather and Tides for Safe and Comfortable Cruising from the Waggoner Cruising Guide 7:00P-7:50P Mark Bunzel
Stage #5 Club Level Stage
Seattle Ocean Sailing Forum 10:15A-11:05A A Forum
Seattle Ocean Sailing Forum cont. 11:15A-12:05P A Forum
Modern Radar and Integrated Navigation 12:15P-1:05P Kevin Monahan
How to Stay Connected at Sea 1:15P-2:05P Paul Comyns
5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Boat 2:15P-3:05P Scott Sky Smith
Advanced Anchoring 3:15P-4:05P Nancy Erley
A Family Sails Around the World 4:15P-5:05P Pam Wall
The South Pacific: A Two Year Sailing Plan 5:15P-6:05P Sarah & Will Curry
Copper Bottom Paint: What you Need to Know 6:15P-7:05P Tony Bulpin
Stage #6 Club Level Stage
Cruising to SE Alaska- It is a Long Way but Beautiful 11:00A-11:50A Mark Bunzel
Unraveling Your First Aid Kit 12:00P-12:50P Ryan & Kris Shellborn
Creative Boat Organization Below: Provisioning, Stowage and Much More 1:00P-1:50P Liza Copeland
Baja Ha Ha How To 2:00P-2:50P Andy Turpin
Cruising Tahiti and the Pacific Puddle Jump 3:00P-3:50P Andy Turpin
Co Ho Ho Rally Seattle to San Francisco - San Diego 4:00P-4:50P Doug Lombard
Electric Propulsion: The Way Beyond Diesel 5:00P-5:50P Alex Wilken
Save your Cruise by Repairing your Sail to Get You to the Next Port or Beyond 6:00P-6:50P Chuck Skewes