Sailing Clubs In The USA

Sailing Clubs In The USA

Address: 27 Lockwood Drive, City Marina, Charleston SC
29401
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The Charleston Yacht Club was founded in 1934 to foster interest in water sports. Located in downtown Charleston, the club is centrally located for everyone.

WHAT WE SAIL:
OPTIMIST: Optimists are designed for young kids., 8-15 years of age. The Optimist is not only one of the biggest dinghy classes in the world, it is the fastest growing
Open BIC: The fast, planing hull of the Open Bic gives a dynamic sailing experience of a true dinghy that heels. With its 60-foot Open design, including a totally open self draining stern, even capsizing is fun!

VANGUARD 420: Ideal for crews ranging in size from 220-310 lbs., the 420 is manageable for sailors coming out of the Optimist class and enables young sailors to learn teamwork skills that simply cant be learned in single-handed boats. Charleston Community Sailing Inc. has a fleet of 13 competitive 420s for use in the summer program.

Address: 292 Shuler Road | Columbia, SC
29212
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The Columbia Sailing Club, located on Lake Murray, is organized as a nonprofit corporation under the laws of the State of South Carolina, and is committed to providing educational and training programs to the community on all aspects of sail boating. Club activities include sailboat races, regattas, race management training, youth sail camps, boating safety, first aid and a host of other activities that promote the sport of sail boating.

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The Best Club on the Charleston Harbor

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Keowee Sailing Club, located in Seneca, South Carolina, is a cruising and racing sail club on Lake Keowee in view of the Blue Ridge escarpment. Keowee Sailing Club (KSC) hosts one of the most active and well attended racing programs in the entire South East USA. KSC’s racing program includes sailors with a wide range of skill levels and encourages all sailors to learn to race and improve their boat handling skills.

Address: 235 Old Forge Road, Chapin, SC
29036
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When you’re looking for a sailing club for racing, cruising, social functions, sailing instruction and family entertainment, look at LMSC.

With excellent facilities, great membership, active Flying Scot and MC Scow fleets, and access to a fabulous deep water sailing lake, you won’t find better than our club.

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Address: 10 Yacht Club Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC
29926
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The South Carolina Yacht Club is a private yachting, social, and tennis club located in Windmill Harbour on beautiful Hilton Head Island. Since its inception in 1989, the South Carolina Yacht Club has established itself as one of the finest clubs in the Lowcountry by offering its members unparalleled amenities and services.

Address: 6002 River Road, Nashville TN
37209
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Commodore Yacht Club may be Middle Tennessee’s best-kept secret marina. In a quiet, West Nashville neighborhood, on the banks of the scenic Cumberland River.

Address: 11600 Northshore Drive, Knoxville, TN
37922
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Concord Yacht Club is devoted to the promotion of sailing and sailboat racing. To fulfill this purpose, the club provides facilities, racing equipment, sailing instruction, social events, racing activities, and cruising events. Concord Yacht Club, together with the University of Tennessee sailing club, owns a fleet of eight JY-15 sailboats. The boats are used for training and racing. Club members who wish to access the JY-15 boats are required to pay a user”s fee. (Club Owned JY15”s) The club also owns several Optimist Prams that are used for sailing instruction, several Sunfish, and a keel boat.

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The facility is for the enjoyment of members of boating interest. To encourage and observe the rules of safety, courtesy and good seamanship including aiding those in need of help. To provide a First Class Boating Facility.

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The highland Yacht Club’s Mission is to promote general interest and participate in the sport of sailing. HYC achieves this objective by sponsoring regattas, offering educational opportunities and fostering fellowship among its members and the sailing community.