Welcome to Columbia Sailing Club!
We are excited about this year's Columbia Sailing Club (CSC) Youth Sail Camp for youth ages 7 to 18.
Our summer camps are open to the public, you don’t have to own a boat and you don’t have to be a member!
Camps fill up quickly and reservations are on a first come first serve basis. Each camp is limited to 16 children which is a 4 to 1 ratio for instructors. Our camps offer sailing instructions for beginners using single sailor Optimist or Sunfish boats. New this year is a session for sailing 420s for sailors whom have had previous sailing experience and meet the required height and weight restrictions for that class of boat. You may sign up for more than one camp.
UPDATE: Sail Camps have sold out for 2016!!! For information on future camps please continue to check back at our website.
2016 Youth Sail Camp Flyer
UDPATE: Youth Sailing is offering a new 420 Sail Camp limited to 16 sailors starting August 1 - 5th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. Sailors must be 10 years old and have previous camp or sailing experience.
Below is the flyer for the camp.
2016 Youth 420 Sail Camp Flyer
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Since 1957, the Columbia Sailing Club (CSC) has fulfilled its charter to
“further interest and activities in sailing in Central South Carolina.”
CSC enjoys a prime location on the eastern shores of Lake Murray, and it
hosts an extensive list of sailing events and activities.
CSC is a member of the
Yacht Racing Association and the
Association. It has sponsored regional and national championship
regattas and is home to more than a half dozen regattas each year,
including its famous Easter Regatta and Midlands Regatta.
The club also boasts national championship sailors within its ranks, as
well as US SAILING certified Race Judges and Officers. Many of CSC’s
members are also members of the
Lake Murray Yacht Racing
Association, which hosts the popular Outback Regatta and over 20
club races each year at CSC.
With its focus
on education, CSC offers community sailing, seamanship, and boating
safety programs in conjunction with such organizations as
the S.C. Department of Natural Resources, and the
U.S. Power Squadron.