First-ever Women and Cruising webinar: join us January 19, 2011!
The Women and Cruising Team — Kathy Parsons begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting, Pam Wall & Gwen Hamlin — is going online LIVE for our first ever Women & Cruising Webinar, through the auspices of Seven Seas U, the online seminar project of SSCA (Seven Seas Cruising Association.) The date is January 19 at 2000 EDT (8pm East Coast time).
If you haven’t already participated in one of the Seven Seas U webinars, this amazing technology will bring all three of us right into your living room…or salon…or wherever your computer is set up. And just like our live W&C seminars, you will be able to ask any questions you have about the cruising experience and hear responses from the point of view of three experienced cruising women — whose ideas are sometimes similar and sometimes quite different. If we manage to keep all our ducks lined up onscreen we will even be able to include feedback from members of the audience just as we do in our live groups.Every time we’ve offered this seminar, the topics that come up are different, like an ongoing conversation. It’s all part of our philosophy that there is no one RIGHT way to do things, but many ways to work out what’s best for you from shared information.
Register to participate at www.SevenSeasU.com, and, while registering, take a look at some of the other courses being offered or available as recordings! SSCA members receive a discount on every Seven Sea U webinar. All you need is Internet and a desire to learn!
Can’t make the live webinar schedule? All registered participants receive a link to the recording and instructors are available via email to take your questions.
We look forward to meeting you online! See you there!!!
- ConsultingThis is a love story. Andy had to sail around Cape Horn to find me. We both didn’t know it, of course, but I had been waiting for him. My name is Pam Wall. I have been married to Andy Wall for 28 years. We have sailed the seven seas together. Our story should interest anyone who has dreamed of sailing their own boat with their family. This love story will go on and on. I would like to share it; to inspire others to follow their dreams. Andy was born in Sydney, Australia. His parents knew he was meant for the sea. They helped him build his own thirty foot wooden sloop. And when he was just eighteen, he sailed from home. I knew he was looking for me, I just didn’t know who he was. It was many miles and many wonderful experiences that finally brought Andy to round Cape Horn. Young and full of adventure, Andy sailed his sloop, “Carronade”, straight from Tahiti to the Cape. Now, looking back on it, we both agree it was really a quest he had undertaken, and it was me he was seeking! The excitement and thrill of rounding Cape Horn…
- SeminarsSeminars at all the Sail America, Strictly Sail Boat Shows St. Petersburg, Florida Atlantic City, N.J. Chicago, Illinois Oakland, Ca. Liberty Landing, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Cruising Club of America, Bonnell Cove Foundation “Suddenly Alone” Seminars at various locations across the country Sailing Instructor at the Bitter End Yacht Club in British Virgin Islands Instructor for Women on the Water Week for four years Instructor for Boating Week January 2004 Speaker at the yearly meetings of the Windjammer Association, Baltimore, Maryland Speaker at various U.S. Power Squadron groups and Coast Guard Auxiliary Speaker at various Rotary Club Meetings Speaker at Mariners Club Fort Lauderdale, Florida Speaker for various charitable institutions, hospitals, schools, churches, etc. Speaker at Annapolis Boat Show Cruising World Sponsors Speaker at Newport Boat Show Newport, Rhode Island Speaker at various yacht clubs Lauderdale Yacht Club Atlantic and Gulf Coast Yacht Club Miami Yacht Club Venture Yacht Club Hillsboro Inlet Sailing Club Gulfstream Sailing Club Chicago Yacht Club Columbia Yacht Club And more Speaker for West Marine at various stores across the country Guest Lecturer aboard the SEA CLOUD Trans Atlantic Passage 2009
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- BioPam was brought up in a sailing family. Her young years were spent sailing on Lake Michigan with her Father. It was this up bringing on the water that gave Pam the desire to find an adventurous husband who would sail her around the world. Besides the studying at the University of Wisconsin, Pam was the president of the Hoofer’s Sailing Club for two years. Her years in college also gave her more opportunity for inland lake sailing on Lake Mendota. After four years in the snow of Wisconsin, Pam made a move to Fort Lauderdale, Florida where she “could sail year round” and live with palm trees! It was this move that gave Pam her opportunity to become part of the large and growing Marine Industry of Florida. Andy Wall, a young handsome sailor from Australia sailed into her life. Andy had built his own 30 foot sloop and had sailed it across the Pacific Ocean. He departed his home in Sydney, Australia and sailed his little sloop, CARRONADE, to the United States. From San Francisco he sailed to Tahiti and then the 4000 miles non stop to the tip of South America and rounded Cape Horn. Andy was…
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