Cruising, whether for a day, a weekend, or as part of a week-long sailing adventure, has always been a big part of the Catalina 22 National Sailing Association. The Catalina 22 National Sailing Association Cruising Club is a resource for those who enjoy cruising and provides opportunities to share your adventures with fellow Catalina 22 sailors.

2024 - upcoming Catalina 22 Cruises:


If you are planning a Catalina 22 cruise, or need some guidance to get started, you may use this FORM to contact National Cruising Captain Stuart Weist. 


Download the following publications to get some ideas and tips that may help you when planning or participating on a Catalina 22 cruise: 


Catalina 22 Destinations - where do Catalina 22 sailors like to go cruising? Members of the Catalina 22 National Sailing Association may log-in and read about destinations where Catalina 22 sailors have enjoyed cruising aboard their Catalina 22. Destinations includes articles written by Catalina 22 sailors about their adventures all over the United States including East Coast, West Coast, Gulf Coast, MId-America, and Great Lakes. The library of over 50 articles may help you plan your next Catalina 22 cruise. 

  • Apostle Islands
  • Arkansas River
  • Bahamas
  • Cape Cod
  • Catalina Island
  • Cave Run, Kentucky
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Channel Islands, California
  • Chesapeake Bay / Middle Chesapeake Bay
  • Door County / Sister Bay / Green Bay
  • Florida Apalachicola River
  • Florida Emerald Gulf Coast
  • Florida Keys / Key West
  • Florida St. John’s River
  • Harding Lake, Alaska
  • Kentucky Lake
  • Lake Charlevoix
  • Lake Erie
  • Lake Michigan
  • Lake Ontario
  • Lake Superior
  • Lake Texoma
  • Maine
  • McClellanville South Carolina
  • Middle Chesapeake Bay
  • Mississippi River
  • Nashville Percy Priest
  • New York Long Island
  • North Channel Canada
  • Pacific Northwest / San Juan Islands
  • Savannah, Georgia

Log-in and take this link to download a variety of Catalina 22 Destinations articles.

A sample of Destination articles are publicly available (member log-in not required) to help encourage participation in future cruises.