Sailing Clubs In The USA

Sailing Clubs In The USA


We are a very friendly, diverse group of people who enjoy cruising and racing small to medium size sailboats on Lake Townsend. You do not need to own a boat to join the club or to go sailing with us. Lake Townsend is one of the best inland sailing venues in the state.

The restrictions on power boats ensure that sailboats never contend with choppy water created by skiers and jet skis. With our pontoon signal boat and two Carolina skiffs, we can set race courses to match the wind conditions and make racing safe and enjoyable. With strong fleets of Flying Scots and Tanzers and a good mixture of other mono-hulls and multi-hulls we offer very competitive racing and a variety of learning experiences for new sailors. Fleets Flying Scot Fleet 126 Tanzer 16 Isotope Righting an Isotope

Address: P.O. Box 225, Ashtabula, Ohio

The Ashtabula Yacht Club is located in northeast Ohio, 60 miles east of Cleveland. It sits in a protected harbor on the Ashtabula River, approximately 1/2 mile south of the lighthouse on Lake Erie. Currently, we have over 200 members and 140 docks that accommodate both powerboats and sailboats ranging between 24′ and 50′. Throughout the year we sponsor many events that are open to the “boating public”

Address: 2637 Lodge Rd. SW, Sherrodsville, OH

Atwood Yacht Club is a private, family oriented social Club located on the shore of Atwood Lake, and is one of Ohio’s top sailing and boating destinations. From virtually any spot in the Club, including our wide porch, members enjoy a panoramic view of the water.

Address: 27400 Lake Rd, Bay Village, Ohio

We are a non-profit public club that provides small boat launching facilities to our members in Bay Village, Ohio. The club is open to any Bay Village resident who owns a boat.

Address: 16337 Northview Dr, North Benton, Ohio

Berlin Yacht Club welcomes local sailors who would like to become a member of the club. A special introductory rate is offered to allow you to to join us and determine if the club is really for you. FLEETS: Sunfish Lasers Thistles Highlanders Flyiny Scots

Address: 9101 Lake Hefner Pkwy, Oklahoma City, OK

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.

Address: P.O. Box 4731, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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.

Address: 37 NE Tomahawk Island Drive, Portland, OR

Columbia River Yacht Club (CRYC) is the premier powerboat yacht club in the Portland Metro Area. Our casual atmosphere focuses on spirited fun for individuals and families who enjoy the cruising lifestyle. There are multiple opportunities to experience the numerous amenities that CRYC has to offer.


The Nationally known EYC, fifteen miles west from downtown Eugene Oregon, has a long history of supporting all aspects of sailing, maintains a Sailing School for beginners through advanced racing, and sponsors National Class racing. The excellent wind and water conditions, the lack of current and commercial boat traffic, and the size and shape of Fern Ridge Lake allow the use of the standard Olympic circle racing course. This and the availability of camping on the grounds make EYC an ideal place for regattas and other organized sailing events.