Sailing Okanagan
293 Marina Way Penticton, BC V2A 1H5

Sailing 2017 is Here!

Book now for your 2017 Sailing Charter to support Chairty!

What is Sailing?

Ogopogo Bathtub Race fun for the whole family!

First Annual Ogopogo Bathtub Race









Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Banners

Habitat for Humanity Banners

Lake Okanagan in May

BC & his dad

A windy May day

With spring arriving to the Okanagan Valley we have been having some great sailing days.  With some days getting blown off the lake with some major storms blowing in even causing boats in the marina to tear out cleats and break mooring lines.  The warmer summer temperatures are just around the corner so it’s all good!  Hope to see you out on the water or if you don’t have a boat come down for a Charity Sailing  Charter and have the proceeds for to Habitat for Humanity


enjoying life!

Bruce enjoying life!


Where does your Plastic go?

Killing Birds 2 Killing Birds 3 Killing Birds 4 Killing Birds 5 Killing BirdsThis video is about an island in the ocean at 2000 km from any other coast line.
Nobody lives, only birds and yet ……………
You will not believe your eyes!!!!!!!
This film should be seen by the entire world, please don’t throw anything into the sea. Unbelievable, just look at the consequences!!!!!

Sailing the Caribbean

Road Town to the Indians

Sunday Jan. 13th     1100 hrs

Road Harbor

Road Harbor, Conch Charters  Tortola, BVI

Left Conch Charters in Road Harbor (Tortola BVI) after spending our first night on our Gibsea 43 ft. (registered out of NY, NY) getting acquainted with it, buying provisions from Riteway  groceries and headed out in to Sir Francis Drake Channel heading to the west end of Tortola wing and wing then across to the Indians to pick up a day buoy for a little snorkeling which some say could be the best in BVI with shallow tidal areas on one side and then into the deep on the other.  Getting there by 1300 there was time for a good hour of seeing the sights below the water before heading to another day buoy at the Caves just outside the Bight on Norman Island for more snorkeling.  After lunch we headed into the Bight to pick up a night mooring buoy.  Most night mooring buoys are $25 to $30 per night and can hold boats up to 60 ft. in length.






The Indians, off Norman Island

The Indians, off Norman Island

Happy 2013 to all!

The world didn’t end so now I can wish you all a Happy New Year and all the best in 2013!Aruba sunset 3 FB

the World didn’t end!

The world didn’t end, but all the boats disappeared and the lake froze!Frozen Marina 1


Welcome to my new adventure, my goal is to give you an opportunity to experience the pure pleasure of moving comfortably and in control by the wind.

I hope you enjoy!

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