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Hawaiian Chieftain Tall Ship Battle Sail Tour


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Audi Club NA - Northwest Chapter

Saturday, September 9, 2017
Non-track Event, Washington, Seattle area, WA


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Hawaiian Chieftain Tall Ship Battle Sail Tour

Audi Club Northwest is pleased to announce the Hawaiian Chieftain Tall Ship Battle Sail Tour, Saturday, September 9, 2017.

The Hawaiian Chieftain Tall Ship Battle Sail Tour offers you the opportunity to enjoy a 3-hour cruise on the brig Hawaiian Chieftain. The design for Hawaiian Chieftain was influenced by the early colonial passenger and coastal packets that traded among Atlantic coastal cities and towns. The Hawaiian Chieftain is a Gaff-rigged Topsail Ketch. She is 104 feet long, has a 22-foot beam, displaces 80 tons, has a mast height of 75 feet and has a sail area of 4,200 square feet with approximately 6 miles of rigging.

The three-hour Battle Sail features booming cannons, close-quarters maneuvers, and a taste of 18th-century maritime life aboard tall ships. You may get to raise the sails, verbally taunt your opponents, and sing the chorus of a sea shanty. Blimey, go to this link to see the excitement awaiting you: Click Here.

The tour is scheduled for September 9, 2017. Audi Club Northwest has reserved an exclusive charter aboard the Hawaiian Chieftain. The sail will depart from Woodmark Hotel & Resort's guest pier, 1200 Carillon Point, Kirkland, WA 98033 with a cruise from 2-5 pm. Upon return from the sail, a no host dinner will be at the Woodmarks' Beach Cafe at 6 pm. The cost for the battle sail is $45.

This tour is a unique opportunity to enjoy the history of a time gone by, when sailing ships traveled the seas. Always a popular family event, and perhaps a once in a lifetime opportunity. This is another in a series of tours scheduled over the years to bring to Audi Club NW members some of the many spectacular reasons we choose to live in the Pacific Northwest. The brig has room for only 43 passengers (USCG limit), so be sure to reserve your place on this tour early. Children under 18 may attend. 

Audi Club Northwest continues to offer new social and driving events each driving season. However, you do not need to own an Audi to participate in group tours. Drivers are encouraged to bring family and friends to participate and meet other Audi enthusiasts. Audi Club North America membership is NOT required for this event. Click Here for information on the Hawaiian Chieftain.

 Audi Seattle has supported our club for a long time, and they are helping again for this very special social event by deferring some of the costs and sponsoring a drawing for the Audi Club North America 2017 Raffle that will award one lucky member a 2018 Audi RS3 Sedan including the Audi Exclusive program to get your custom color choice!  We will draw eight (8) winners from the adults present on the Hawaiian Chieftain for the Battle Sail (18 or older, must be present). Contact the tour leader, Doug Cerretti, for more information.

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Audi Club NA - Northwest Chapter
Contact Troy Crabtree
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Non-track Event, Washington
Location Seattle area, WA
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