Sailing Clubs In The USA
The Pentagon Sailing Club is a volunteer association dedicated to safe recreational sailing on the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers, the Chesapeake Bay, and wherever the winds may take us. We base our operations out of Capitol Cove Marina on Bolling Air Force Base, and maintain a fleet of club-owned sailboats.
THE SEWELL MOUNTAIN SAILING ASSOCIATION EXISTS TO:
Encourage the sport of sailing and racing
Promote the science of seamanship and navigation
Foster and encourage social fellowship among members of this and similar associations
Operate as a charitable association
The Appleton Yacht Club is located on the scenic Fox River in Appleton, Wisconsin. AYC is renown for our member-driven infrastructure. We have been a long standing staple of the community. With in excess of 200 members Appleton Yacht Club continues to be a growing social order of professionals, dedicated yachtsman, and yachtswoman. The clubhouse offers spectacular wrap-around views of the harbor, and the historic “Mighty” Fox River.
Since 1899, Cedar Lake Yacht Club has promoted sailing and competitive racing. Located on the west shore of Big Cedar Lake, our club is among the region’s finest facilities. The CLYC’s five classes are the C, MC and M-16 scows, the X boat, and the Optimist Dinghy. Club members can also join the radio controlled F Fleet. Whatever your age and skill level, there’s a fleet that’s right for you!
The Ephraim Yacht Club (EYC) is a community sailing center serving Door County, Wisconsin. The primary purposes of the EYC are education in the sport of sailing and the promotion of amateur sailboat racing. The EYC is located on Eagle Harbor in the beautiful and historic Village of Ephraim.
The EYC hosts a busy schedule of summer sailboat racing for each of its fleets, Flying Scots, Flying Juniors, Lasers and Optimists.