Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs

Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs

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Battleford’s Sailing Club has been in continuous operation since 1964 and now has a very functional clubhouse located in the Village of Meota, on 200 feet of sandy beach on Jackfish Lake about 40 km north of North Battleford. Jackfish lake is about five miles across and generally has a gently sloping shoreline with long stretches of sandy beaches. It is not suitable for keelboats unless you want to anchor a long way out. Winds are generally out of the northwest and there are no mountains to block the view of approaching storms.

Address: 145 Clearwater Rd, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 3Y8
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Blackstrap Sailing Club membership consists primarily of sailors and their families who love recreational and competitive sailing. Our sailors are active in regattas at our club as well as other clubs in Saskatchewan. We provide an atmosphere of support and camaraderie among our fellow members, emphasizing education, safety, sportsmanship and fun. We are centrally located in Saskatchewan and only twenty minutes south of Saskatoon. New members are always welcome.

The Blackstrap Sailing Club is a member driven organization relying on our members energy and skills to exist. All members are expected to give volunteer time towards the club, whether it be helping with planned events and regattas, general upkeep of BSSC property or serving on the Executive.

Address: 320 Albert Ave, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 1G1
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Lake Diefenbaker Yacht Club is located on Lake Diefenbaker, located near Elbow, Saskatchewan, Canada. Elbow is approx. 90 miles from Saskatoon and approx. 110 miles from Regina. The objects of the Lake Diefenbaker Yacht Clubs are to foster, promote and advance the sport and recreation of sailing and yachting.

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RBYC is located on the shores of Last Mountain Lake in the town of Regina Beach, about 40 miles north west of Regina, Saskatchewan. Incorporated in 1913, the Regina Beach Yacht Club is one of the oldest yacht clubs between Toronto, Ontario and Vancouver, British Columbia. Last Mountain Lake, or Long Lake as is it known locally, provides approximately 45 miles of boating and fishing pleasure.

The RBYC marina has 130 slips and a number of mooring buoys with a mixture of power and sail boats. The marina features a fuel dock, fresh water, a gin pole and the only holding tank pump-out facilities on Last Mountain Lake. The Club House facilities include showers, games room and a licensed deck and lounge. The upper deck lounge has a big screen TV for the members” enjoyment with satellite channels and a sound system on the deck.

Web Address: http://www.rbyc.ca/