The Oklahoma City Boat Club (OCBC) was originally founded on Lake Overholser in 1930 when a group of sailing and boating enthusiasts formed the Oklahoma City Yacht Club, as it was called at that time.
OUR FLEETS: All Catalina Fleet Centerboard Fleet Flying Scot Fleet Handicap Fleet J/22 Fleet J/24 Fleet Ladies Fleet Soling Fleet Texoma Fleet 505 Fleet In addition to the clubhouse, the facilities include: Floating docks with slips for 150 boats Dry storage for 250 boats 2 Hoists for launching up to 6 ton capacity 2 Launching ramps Maintenance facilities
The Thunderbird Sailing Club makes its home at Lake Thunderbird State Park in central Oklahoma about 12 miles east of I-35 and the city of Norman. The Thunderbird Sailing Club is a nonprofit corporation established in 1969 and is affiliated with the United States Sailing Association and Central States Sailing Association.
Many of our members have raced in regional regattas, and several in national events. The cruising group has sent members to Lake Texoma, the Gulf Coast, Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, and Chesapeake Bay. And should you need it, the club's collective wisdom on boat repair, rigging, launching, marinas, etc., is extensive. TSC is also proud to sponsor Sea Scout Ship 5790.
Windycrest Sailing Club is an excellent mix of keelboats and centerboard boats, racing, cruising, training and social events that offers something for sailors of all ages that sail on Lake Keystone, which is just 20 minutes west of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Windycrest is a member of the US SAILING.