New Hampshire Sailing Clubs

New Hampshire Sailing Clubs

Address: 328 Portsmouth Ave. – Box 373, New Castle, NH

Kittery Point Yacht Club is located in New Castle NH, on the southern shore of the Piscataqua river. Its clubhouse stands opposite Seavey Island, home of the historic Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

KPYC is well represented in local, regional and occasionally national events, with members racing and cruising a variety of boats. The KPYC sponsors the KPYC Sailing School, the Seacoast”s only public sailing school and youth racing program. Our members are drawn primarily from surrounding states of New Hampshire and Maine, with some living farther away during the winters.


The Lake Sunapee Yacht Club is a family focused summer only club located on the western shore of Lake Sunapee in Sunapee NH. The club offers sailing, tennis and swimming programs for juniors and is also the host of a large inland fleet of Star class one design racing boats. The club hosts the Lake Sunapee Open regatta annually, as well as other regattas including district level Star regattas and recently, the North American championships.

Address: PO Box 801 Manchester NH

Massabesic Yacht Club has been in existence since 1938. It was founded to encourage and promote the sport of sailing and the art of seamanship. We are located in the town of Auburn on Rt 28 Bypass about a half mile from the traffic circle.

The club has a regular membership for those who are interested in day sailing, as well as a racing memberships. Associate memberships are also available.

Address: PO Box 189, 76 Piscataqua St, New Castle, NH

Located in New Castle, New Hampshire the Portsmouth Yacht club was founded in 1898 and has a club house located on the Piscataqua River in Portsmouth Harbor. We have guest moorings on the river, and in Pepperrell Cove across the harbor in addition to moorings at the Isles of Shoals.

Address: 12 Corinthian Way, Wolfeboro, NH

The Wolfeboro Corinthian Yacht Club offers a prime waterfront location that is your gateway to Wolfeboro Bay, the islands, and New Hampshire’s beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. Downtown Wolfeboro with its fine restaurants, eclectic shopping and household and grocery needs is a mere three minute walk away. The Wolfeboro Corinthian Yacht Club provides services for its members who enjoy boating, social gatherings or simply taking in the relaxing views on the deck or beach.