• A full size cooler with meals for Saturday, Sunday, Monday. Things that can be cooked on a barbecue work well.
  • BBQ, bbq lighter and tongs to serve.
  • Cooler filled with lots of ice and big jugs of water.
  • Ziploc bags and aluminum foil.
  • Kettle electric if plug-ins available or stainless steel saucepan for water heating on BBQ.
  • Dish soap and kitchen towels.
  • Plastic dishes or aluminum pie pans and plastic cups.
  • Cutlery including sharp knife.

Sailing Gear

  • When you are on the water for a long time, you get colder than you would expect. Especially if there is a lot of spray, or if we are on the water until sundown (it has happened in the past).
  • Sailing gloves, hat, good sunglasses, sunscreen.
  • Bring spare hat(s), sunglasses as if you capsize you may lose hat and sunglasses.
  • Water Bottles (stainless steel is best) with lanyard to tie on boat.
  • 100' line tied to small anchor.
  • Sailing knife attached to harness with blunt end.


GPS. Cell phone. VHF (we will operate on 69).

Camping Gear for Saturday night, Sunday night

  • Tent, drop cloth, air mattress, air pump, sleeping bag, pillow.
  • Flashlight with extra batteries.
  • Towels, toiletries, first aid kit.

Big plastic bins with a lid are the best for packing your things. Label your bin with your name. And use a piece of line to tie the lid onto the bin, to ensure it doesn't spill in the trailer.