Cruising

The Windjammers Cruising Committee arranges about six cruises that range from one to several days in length. These cruises will be organized, planned and led by a cruise coordinator.  You can join or leave a cruise at any time, meet us at ports along the cruise or hop on a cruising boat.  Contact a Cruise Coordinator for cruise details.

Click to view Cruise Brochure

We encourage members to organize and plan their own cruises.  If you wish to have other boats join you, the Cruise Committee will help by informing members of your cruise details and itinerary.

Future Plans:

  • Create marina and anchorage reports
  • Arrange cruising educational seminars
  • Promote floatillas

Cruise Committee Chair – Bill Wons

2022 Cruises

WELCOME!

All cruises are open to Windjammer Sailing Club members and their friends. This year, the Cruise Committee will arrange five cruises that range from one to several days. These cruises are organized, planned, and led by a cruise coordinator. All destinations will be on the bay of Green Bay.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Visit the Windjammer Cruising Page for the brochure link or contact the cruise coordinator for more details.

Cruise Committee Chair

Bill Wons
920-371-5599

RILEY’S BAY GAME DAY

Saturday June 11 – Sunday June 12

Cruise Overview

Sail to Riley’s Bay and anchor out. Then, we’ll take a dingy to shore for dinner at Sunset on Riley’s Point for a night of fun and games.

Or … meet us there! Contact the Cruise Coordinator for arrival time.

Cruise Coordinator

Mike Zuber
920-373-8464

10-DAY ON THE BAY

Friday July 1 – Sunday July 10

Cruise Overview

Enjoy shorter sails along Door County, explore new anchorages, nights on anchor, and marina overnights. Depart Windjammers Friday evening for Sand Bay. Then, depending on the weather, we’ll head to Green Island, Horseshoe Island, Sister Bay, Rock Island, Chambers Island, Riley’s Bay, and end up in Oconto for a hot shower and meal at The Dockside.

Cruise Coordinator

Mike Zuber
920-373-8464

ANCHOR OUT & RAFT UP

Saturday July 23 – Sunday July 24

Cruise Overview

Join or leave at any time for a sail around the lower bay in the afternoon, rafting-up with fellow cruisers for snacks, beverages and a potluck dinner on the water. We’ll break apart for a night at anchor tucked into Little Tail. Then, raft-up in the morning for coffee and pancakes smothered in butter and syrup with a side order of sausages. Last year two kayakers joined us for breakfast!

Cruise Coordinator

Steve Betow
920-915-4011

YOOPER CRUISE

Tuesday Aug 9 – Sunday Aug 14

Cruise Overview

We will meet up at Menominee Marina on Tuesday the 9th. Then we’ll cruise to Cedar River on the 10th for a cookout at the marina and a nice campfire after. Then on to Escanaba on the 11th. There we’ll have a nice dinner at the House of Ludington which is about an 8 minute walk from the marina. On the 12th, we’ll sail to Washington Island and anchor in Washington Harbor. We’ll Return to Menominee on the 13th.

Cruise Coordinator

Greg Krehbiel
920-600-4558

MURAL ADAMS CRUISE

Saturday Aug 27 – Friday Sep 2

Cruise Overview

This is the cruise that started the committee! Originally named the anywhere the wind blows, it has been renamed for the man who inspired this Committee. The cruise will favor ports with restaurants and shops to accommodate those who wish to go inland. Since this is a multi-port cruise, it will be possible to join or leave the flotilla at any time.

Cruise Coordinator

Bill Wons
920-371-5599