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Darroch Cahen

I have a college degree in Vessel Operations with a decade of teaching experience. I began my nautical education as a boy aboard my parents’ 32’ Kettenburg cruising in Puget Sound and racing on Lake Washington.
In San Diego,  I took a Basic Keelboat class aboard a Catalina Capri 22’.  Subsequent cruising courses culminated with a charter to the Bahamas aboard a 36’ Jeanneau.  Spinnaker Training at J-School opened the door to racing aboard several J-Boats.  The pinnacle of success was being chosen as Helmsman aboard a Beneteau 40.7’ for the National Offshore One Design series.  Then, I made the decision to turn my nautical education into a profession.
With a 50-Ton Captain’s License from the Maritime Institute in San Diego,  I began teaching Basic Keelboat classes for Island Sailing Club (ISC) on the waters of Puget Sound and the Columbia River.  At ISC, I developed a Spinnaker Handling course.  I invite you to take command of the tiller aboard a keelboat with me.

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