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Without the support of our partners and sponsors, the programs offered by Frog Prints e! would not be possible.

Center for Wooden Boats

The Center for Wooden Boats
The Center for Wooden Boats is a maritime museum made up of local folks, tourists, young people participating in job skills programs, adults and families, and our many members and supporters. There are many people brought together by a shared passion or interest for boating, maritime skills, or just a love of the water.

Northwest Marine Trade Association

Northwest Marine Trade Association
NMTA is the country's largest regional marine association. Founded in 1947 to fight a proposed special tax on boaters, the Association quickly expanded its vision of a unified industry by pitching a tent on the shores of Lake Union and holding its first boat show. Today, with a membership exceeding 700, participation of individual companies like yours makes business better for all. There's strength in numbers so climb aboard to help yourself and your industry.

The purpose of the Northwest Marine Trade Association is to promote the growth of recreational boating and the businesses of our members.

Sail Sand Point

Sail Sand Point
Sail Sand Point is a 501(c)(3) not for profit community sailing center started in 1998 by passionate sailors and their families in order to create sailing opportunities and small boat programs for youth and adults in the greater Seattle area. Sail Sand Point is a community small boat program dedicated to youth and access for all. They accomplish their mission by nurturing self-confidence, leadership, and an appreciation of our marine environment through community outreach, classes, camps, and a variety of partnership programs.

Seattle Girls' School

Seattle Girls' School
Seattle Girls' School (SGS) has developed a unique STEM curriculum, with the addition of the arts, for middle school girls. SGS knows that girls develop spatial abilities differently than males and found that by bringing the arts (areas with high female representation) into STEM initiatives, a connection is fostered for girls. The approach to STEAM at SGS includes an annual two-week STEAM project period and a community summer STEAM Camp for younger girls (age 8-11). To learn more about STEAM at Seattle Girls' School, go to You can watch a short summary video of projects during the last STEAM Surge by visiting

Sloop Tavern Yacht Club

Sloop Tavern Yacht Club
The Sloop Tavern Yacht Club is a non-profit yacht club operating in Seattle, WA for those who wish to participate in informal sailing, cruising, and racing events in a safe, responsible and friendly atmosphere.

The Reach Program utilizes sailing as an educational platform, challenging youth to embrace education, establish a love of learning and explore productive Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) based careers. Combining educators, sailing instructors, engineers, scientists with today's youth to provide them with a one of a kind authentic learning experience, giving students the opportunity to apply classroom learning in a cooperative work environment.


Windworks Sailing and Powerboating
Windworks Sailing & Powerboating has been the premiere sailing club in the Pacific Northwest since 1992. Located on the Puget Sound just 6 miles north of Seattle, Windwork's convenient location offers direct access to sailing on the Sound.

Committed to making boating available, affordable, and approachable, Windworks is designed to be your home for sailing instruction, charter and social sailing time.

Women's Sailing

The Women's Sailing Foundation
Dedicated to enriching the lives of women and girls through education and access to the sport of sailing.

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Sailing Resources

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STEM Links

Cool information for students and teachers alike.
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