Ep. 42: Season 2 Party and Annapolis Boat Show


We’re getting ready for some big fun! (And a couple more of your voicemails! What could possibly go wrong? (Big Thanks to new patrons Kerri and Gaither!)

Don’t forget, you need to RSVP (below) for the Season 2 Zoom Party if you want to attend!
*RSVP by Tuesday, September 27 for an extra (virtual) raffle ticket.

Audience feedback drives the show. I’d love for you to contact me and keep the conversation going! Email bradford@hownottosail.com, call 770-458-3838 or leave a comment below! I’d love to hear from you!

Show Notes


Tuesday, September 27 – Last day to RSVP to Zoom Party to get an extra raffle ticket.
Wednesday, October 12 – Last day to become a Patreon patron to receive Annapolis meetup info
Friday, October 14 (4:00-6:00 p.m. ET) – Annapolis meetup
Saturday, October 15 – Annapolis sailboat show
Wednesday, October 19 – Last day to become a Patreon patron to join Zoom VIP Pre-Party
Saturday, October 22 (5:00 p.m.) – VIP Pre-Party (on Zoom)
Saturday, October 22 (6:00-7:30 p.m.) – How Not To Sail Season 2 Party (on Zoom)

RSVP to the Party!

Reserve your spot for the Season Two online party and get one or more virtual raffle tickets for prizes! (You’ll be automatically assigned raffle ticket numbers. RSVP this week to receive TWO raffle tickets!)

Use this simple form right here…! ⬇️

 Yes, RSVP me for the How Not To Sail Season Two party!

Join The Patreon Crew Before The Parties!

So, as mentioned in the podcast, we’re having a How Not To Sail Patreon Crew meetup on Friday Oct 14th, near the Annapolis Sailboat Show. We’re also gonna have a special VIP “meet and greet” with the one and only Captain Bob Bitchin right before the Zoom party!

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From the last meetup: Photo courtesy Christine Lozado. (But blame me for any color wackiness.)

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What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor? (Traditional) – performed by Bradford Rogers and Peter Suarez


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Bradford Rogers
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  1. I am so keyed up for this weekend in Annapolis! Has the location for the Friday Patron Meet-Up been announced yet? I’m trying to work out all my plans for Friday and Saturday.

    Looking forward to meeting you in person. Thanks!


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