Women Offshore is pleased to support the She Sails Meetup, hosted in Fall City, Washington, from January 19th-21st.

She Sails Meetup is a place to gather with female mariners across the industry! Let’s meet!

The She Sails Meetup is an event for female mariners around the world to all meet in one place.  This is an opportunity for community building, while attending and participating in discussion panels and workshops.  This year’s highlights will include guest speakers from Pacific Maritime Institute and SeaSisters.org.

Megan started She Sails because she believes in community. 

The She Sails Meetup was started by Megan Rycraft, a native of Hilo, Hawaii.  After high school, Megan’s love of the water sailed her from the shores of Hilo, Hawaii to Castine, Maine, to attend Maine Maritime Academy where she earned a USCG 3rd Mate License.  Megan continues to work on the water, post-graduation, currently sailing as Chief Mate on ocean-going tugboats.

Megan started the She Sails Meetup because she believes in community. Megan’s goal is to gather the women who make up 2% of the maritime industry, all in one place, to empower one another.  Through her meetup, she’s building a tight-knit community to support the maritime industry.

Hurry! Registration closes soon!

The She Sails Meetup is right around the corner and registration is still open! Signup by January 12th to reserve your spot!

Click HERE!

Can’t Attend? Contribute by Filling Out the She Sails Survey!

A career at sea means that we often miss events on land.  If you can’t attend the She Sails Meetup, please contribute by filling out Megan’s survey.  Your opinions and advice will benefit the She Sails Meetup for years to come!  Click HERE to fill out the survey.

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The Women Offshore Foundation is an online organization and resource center for a diverse workforce on the water. Its mission is to propel women into meaningful careers through access to a worldwide community and professional development resources, while raising awareness amongst industry leaders and decision makers about issues affecting women on the water. Contact Women Offshore today: [email protected].

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