Georgia Sailing Clubs

Georgia Sailing Clubs

Address: 7120 Yacht Club Dr, Acworth, GA
30102
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Atlanta Yacht Club, north of Atlanta on Lake Allatoona, has been home to small-boat pleasure and racing sailors for over sixty years. On weekends from late March to November, you will find our shores dappled with one-design sailing craft heading out for an afternoon on the water with friends and family. Whether they come for friendly (but first-rate) competition, sailing classes or just an opportunity to relax with a day on the lake, what binds our members and families to AYC is their commitment to the sport of sailing and their choice to spend their leisure time in an activity where everyone in the family can play.

Our Fleets: Snipe Thistle Y-Flyer Laser Motorboat The Atlanta Yacht Club is home to several active one-design racing fleets. Among those, we are proud to say, the Snipe, Thistle and Y-Flyer fleets are the largest fleets within each of their class organizations. AND we are also proud of the fact that each of these fleets hosts the largest fleet-hosted regatta within their class: Snipe Fleet 330”s Halloween Regatta, Thistle Fleet 48”s Dixie Regatta, and Y-Flyer Fleet 1”s Beers Regatta. We are known for our competitive racing and our hospitality! Come sail with us!

Address: Post Office Box 15293, Savannah, Ga
31406
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The Geechee Sailing Club is located in Savannah Georgia. The Club is made up of about 70 members, most owning sailboats, some power boats, and others who have no boats but like socializing with people who do. s. GSC is a member of the South Atlantic Yacht Racing Association.

Address: 347 Major Wright Road, St. Simons Island, Georgia
31522
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Golden Isles Sailing Club has now been in existence for 42 years and currently has 69 members/families. Our sailing waters are St. Simons Sound, located at the mouths of the Frederica, Mackay, and Brunswick Rivers, and surrounded by Brunswick, Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island in Glynn County, Georgia.

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Lake Lanier Sailing Club, Inc. is a private, family oriented club that is involved in all aspects of the sport of sailing with a special emphasis on racing.

The Club is located on a beautiful lake-front compound near Flowery Branch, Georgia, with a large clubhouse, campground, beach, bathing facilities, 92 wet slips, and dry storage facilities that accommodate more than 200 trailered boats. Members compete in numerous One-Design, Portsmouth / Dinghy and Auxiliary / PHRF fleets at local, regional and national levels.

Address: PO Box 15696 Savannah, GA
31416
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Lake Mayer is the main SSC facility and continues to be a great location for beginners, both young and old, to get their feet wet and learn to sail through our Saturday lessons or summer camp program. It also helps host our high school sailing and serves as training grounds for our US Sailing instructors course.

Our fleet at Lake Mayer includes (12) Optimist dinghies, (7) 420’s, (6) Sunfish, and (2) Harpoon day sailors. This fleet is used throughout the year to support our instructional programs. We also have an outreach facility in Sunbury, Georgia, located just south of Richmond Hill. This outreach facility supports the high school and middle school programs south of the Savannah area. This open water location is used for more advanced racing clinics and is continually being developed.

Through the generous help of Sail Harbor Marina in Wilimington Island, the SSC is able to host many of their regattas on the Wilmington River, adjacent to the marina and manages instruction/charter services for our Colgate 26. Powered by Free Website Templates

Address: PO Box 1938, Evans, GA
30809
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The Augusta Sailing Club was formed in 1952 then incorporated as a non-profit organization on July 24, 1953 by a local group of Augustans in developing the sport of sailing on the Clark Hill Reservoir. For over 45 years, the ASC has provided a convenient family oriented setting for the enjoyment of sailing as recreation, as well as to promote the sport of sailing and the development of sailors of all ages.

Thurmond Lake, the largest U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project east of the Mississippi River, was built between 1946 and 1954 as part of a comprehensive plan of development for the Savannah River Basin. Thurmond Lake is one of the 10 most visited Corps lakes in the nation, serving about twelve million visitors annually.