What clothing should I bring?
Weather can change during any voyage. Take warm practical clothing to wear on deck and good footwear is vital for walks onboard and ashore.
Do I have to pay extra if the voyage takes longer?
No. Voyages can sometimes be longer or shorter than anticipated depending on the wind and tides.
Can I work on the boat with the crew?
Passengers are welcome to join the crew in working while underway. Check with the captain for duties and your assignments.
Schooner Lavengro Northwest Schooner Society
P.O. Box 75421
Seattle, WA 98175
Sailing the Lavengro
Lavengro routinely sails the connecting waters of Lake Union and Lake Washington and private charters and public events sometimes send her into the Salish Sea, as far south as Tacoma and north to Bellingham. Passengers need no experience to sail aboard Lavengro, just a willingness to learn and a little good humor.
Center for Wooden Boats
Schooner Lavengro offers free sails as part of the Center for Wooden Boat's popular Free Public Sail most Sundays and in their Group Sail program by appointment. Visit the Center's website at www.cwb.org for more information.
For more information on creating a program aboard Lavengro, please call 206.577.7233 or email
Book a sunset cruise for $90 per couple, up to six people. Bring along some food and call it a seventy-five minute dinner cruise.
The classic schooner "Lavengro" is available for private charters. Sail Seattle's Lake Union and Lake Washington or venture out to Puget Sound.
Up to 19 people can enjoy the Lavengro's dockside location, location, location for $125 per hour.
All charters are captained by a USCG licensed captain and experienced crew. Max 6 passengers.
For more information please call 360.399.6490 or email