Sooke Sail Club rolling along the Christmas Parade

Sooke Sailpast

The Sooke Sailing club floating down the road at the Christmas Parade.

The Sooke sailpast is scheduled for 5pm Saturday December 6th 2014 in Sooke Harbour. This fun on the water Christmas event involves decorated boats with Christmas lights sailing in the early evening from Sooke Harbour Resort and Marina. Best viewing spots of the Sailpast are: Prestige Hotel ,Sooke Government Dock, and the Rotary Pier. Any boat owners who want to participate are welcome. Sooke Harbour Resort and Marina is generously offering Sailpast participants free boat launch and daytime moorage on Saturday the 6th for vessel decorating. You can register your boat for this free event by calling 250-213-2118. Or call or email Sooke Sailing admin@sooksailing.com to come along for the ride.

We will leave from Mariners Village Marina by 4:30 to be at the start bt 5PM Thanks!

 

 

 

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