Sailing Clubs In The USA
The Burnham Park Yacht Club is situated in the newly configured Museum Campus Area of Chicago’s lakefront and is located on Northerly Island which forms the Eastern shore of Burnham Harbor, the most sheltered harbor in Chicago.
The clubhouse provides views facing the harbor, offering magnificent views of the harbor activity as well as a panoramic vista of Chicago’s skyline, said to be the most exquisite view of Chicago.
The Commodore presides over an active racing club that features a junior program, predicted log racers in powerboating, leading one-design, and big boat/ocean sailboat racers.
The Burnham Park Yacht Club is one of the most active yacht clubs in the Chicago Area. Activities involve all facets of recreational boating including sail, power, educational and social. The sail fleet involves a variety of interests from pure racing to casual cruising. The club sponsors five offshore racing regattas each season.
One of the most unique features of the Chicago Yacht Club is that we occupy not just one, but two stations. These two very different, yet equally engaging, clubhouses sit in two of the most scenic and convenient locations in Chicago. The Monroe and Belmont Stations are lively centers for all our yachting activities and club events, from fine dining and holiday galas, to theater parties and brunch before Bears games. Both of our clubhouses offer convenient parking, transient slips for members and visiting yachtsmen, shower and locker room facilities, and excellent private rooms for meetings, receptions, and other gatherings.
The Cruising Sail Fleet is an active fleet of sailors interested in cruising to ports on Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes, to distant ports of call (some have been to the Caribbean and around the world!), or just local cruising with family and friends.
The One-Design racing calendar has included the following in years past: Etchells, J24, Soling, Shields, and International 110 Class National and World Championships the Timme Angsten National Collegiate Dinghy Championships the Jimmy Talbot Memorial Laser Regatta and the US Sailing Youth Championship. The Club also maintains launching and dry-sailing facilities for various one-design class boats.
Chicago Corinthian Yacht Club is situated at Montrose Harbor, the most northerly of Chicago’s harbors. Founded in 1934 Corinthian has over 400 members and is one of the friendliest and oldest yacht clubs on the Great Lakes. We host a number of national regattas as well as weekend and club racing for Offshore and One Design. FLEETS: CCYC Corinthian Dinghy Fleet Heritage Fleet International 110 Fleet 28 Junior Fleet Laser Fleet Lightening Fleet 5 Offshore Fleet Power Fleet Rhodes 19 Tartan 10 Fleet Vanguard 15 Fleet 67
The Bloomington Yacht Club is an association of sailing enthusiasts located about 50 miles South of Indianapolis. The club is family-oriented and cooperative members are expected to “pitch-in” on jobs such as the running of races, and site maintenance.
An active program attracts race fans, with races for all classes of boat held Sunday afternoons. We are home to Thistle Fleet 161, Y-Flyer Fleet 13, and Force 5 Fleet 105, and we host at least one regional race per year for those racing classes. Those who enjoy sailing without competition have the use of the clubhouse, docks, and power winch at any time. The BYC is based on beautiful Lake Lemon, between Bloomington and Nashville, in south-central Indiana. Bloomington Yacht Club Facilities Include: Clubhouse Deck facing the lake Kitchen Hot Shower Two restrooms Large Sail Storage area Year-round On-shore boat storage Wet Slips Beach for small-boat launch On-site camping
was formed to promote the following: fleet racing family oriented daysailing adult and junior training social activities for club members chartering throughout the world
Free Sailboat Rental: Indianapolis Sailing Club’s fleet of training boats (currently 10 Optimist Prams, 4 Sunfish, 4 Lasers, 4 Flying Juniors and 1 Interlake) will be available for ISC members to rent at the following times, weather permitting. Boat rental is FREE! Attendants can NOT assist with rigging and launching. Club members are fully responsible for any equipment loss or damage from rig and launch to retrieval and return to storage.
You dont have to own a boat to enjoy the Indianapolis Yacht Club! IYC at Geist Lake northeast of Indianapolis is open seven days a week throughout the year for the enjoyment of its members and their guests for water sports, recreation and social events.
IYC offers 104 slips that accommodate up to 27′ long boats as well as personal watercraft slips. Each slip has electricity, lights, running water, and a pump out on the dock for our member’s convenience. All members with boats, personal watercraft, or those coming to the Club by water have access to the docks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We’re an active sailing club located on beautiful Prairie Creek Reservoir just a few miles southeast of Muncie, Indiana. Our primary purpose is to promote sailing. We do this by maintaining facilities for mooring and launching sailboats, facilitating various training programs and by providing exciting social, racing and sailing programs. The sailing events include both competitive racing and non-competitive sailing events.
Moonlight sails and “sailing in concert” on holidays have become very popular sails. We conduct a competitive racing event nearly every Sunday of the season, including the annual “Mayor”s Cup” and “Ladies Only” regattas. Socials include a variety of events such as Memorial Day Breakfast, Harbor Dance, Raft Up feasts and Labor Day Steak Grill. Muncie Sailing Club was founded in 1961 and has grown to over 100 household memberships with in-water slips for over 70 boats and over 60 dry-sail spaces. The Club has evolved into a high quality facility for sailing thanks to the generosity of many individual sailors who continue to donate their talent and labor to the Club! Please take some time to leisurely sail through our website, and feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.
Clear Lake Yacht Club (CLYC), located in Clear Lake Iowa was founded in 1935 to promote pleasure and competitive sailing, for all ages. CLYC is comprised of members from the US and international, all who enjoy Clear Lake and sailing.. The Clear Lake Yacht Club sponsors a sailing school, long a backbone for learning sailing skills and bonding new friendships.
Welcome to the Lake Davenport Sailing Club and home of the Quad City Sailing School! Established in 1935, our club is the premier sailing resource in the region.
In addition to the pleasure of day sailing on the Mississippi River, LDSC members and associate members join in friendly competition. Several of our members are active in the regatta season and travel throughout the Midwest to other clubs to race their MC and C scows.
The current Okoboji Yacht Club, located on South Manhattan Beach, is the fourth yachting club on the lake. The yacht club leases the facility from the Okoboji Sailing School.
Today’s Okoboji Yacht Club has about 500 members and 65 registered sailboats. It hosts five classes of boats, the X, MC, C, Yngling and 2.4 Meter boats. Club races are conducted on Saturday and Sunday mornings from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The OYC hosts a variety of social events for sailors and non-sailors. The Friday Nite Socials are a popular gathering time and the club hosts a large yacht club party once a month during June, July and August. Bridge and mahjong groups also meet at the clubhouse on a weekly basis.