Possible destinations:  Blake Island, Poulsbo, Kingston, Port Townsend, Gig Harbor, Tacoma, possibly even the southern San Juan Islands such as Lopez or Friday Harbor.

The boat has ample storage, but not all of it is convenient.  Feel free to bring what you like, but plan on storing it in small separate storage lockers on the boat.  I like to keep the main cabin tidy for shared use and not littered with giant duffel bags and backpacks and coolers.  Packing in smaller bags or stuff sacks is advised.

You may want to negotiate sleeping berths with the other guests ahead of time.  The vberth can accomodate two, but two tall people will play footsie at the narrow end.  Some guests prefer to have it to themselves, which is OK depending on how many are on board.  In the main cabin, there is a pilot's berth with a clever little foot well which serves well if you are less than 5' 8", and there is a large berth that converts to be big enough for two friendly people or one large person by themselves.  I sleep in the small cabin aft of the navigation station.

Hardy souls sometimes sleep outside when the weather is fair.  A hammock can be slung on the foredeck, and you could sleep in the cockpit or the foredeck if you bring a sleeping pad.  Camping on shore is an option at some places like Blake Island.  And some places offer shore-side lodgings where other folks can meet us or if the boat is quite full, some can come for the journey but sleep at a hotel or B&B on shore.

Things to bring:

The experience for a weekend trip will vary depending on whether we are tied up at a dock for the night or not.  If we are anchored or on a park buoy, we will have the dinghy to get to shore, and the head or bathroom on the boat will be more heavily relied upon.