Saratoga Lake Sailing Club
Club and Fleet-Sponsored Regattas
The Saratoga Lake Sailing Club maintains an active racing program with club races most Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings during the sailing season.
In addition, the Club, and our various Fleets sponsor one and two-day regattas that attract sailors from the North-Eastern U.S.
See the links below for more information about each of the listed regattas.
[Not all regattas have provided a Notice of Race]
Jun 10, 2017
Registration STARTS AT 9:00 AM with Skippers Meeting at 10 AM The affordable Price of $25 buys you an awesome starter Breakfast, Lunch w/ Craft beer and Snacks thru the day. All sailors are welcome; you don't need to be an expert to have fun at this race event. The typical field of 12 racers allows room for you, even if you are just getting the hang of your boat! However, If you decide not to race, we hope you will come help out as a volunteer this year and once you see it’s all good fun, we know you will join us on the water next year! And even if you are racing, we could use some volunteer help before or during the regatta. We need a crew of 10 to help with sign-in and the other tasks that make the regatta a success. Please contact David Burtis at email@example.com or Leslie Warner- Rafaniello at Saillesson@nycap.rr.com or 518-301-4109.
Jun 17, 2017 & Jun 18, 2017
Kestrel NA Championship
Jul 15, 2017 & Jul 67, 2017
Kestrel North American Championship 2017
Aug 19, 2017
A day of racing, food and fun. Skippers Meeting will be at 9:30. Please bring a lunch, packed so you can eat on the water if we all decide to sail without an on-shore lunch break.
Also, plan to stay for a pot-luck dinner after racing. Bring a dinner entrée for yourself, and a dish to share. There are large grills and the kitchen is available to all.
This event is free to club members and $25 for all others. Invite your racing friends from other clubs to join us for some fun.
SLSC will provide juice, coffee, bagels, and donuts for breakfast; soda, wine and beer for post-racing. Please be sure to bring refillable water bottles as the club does not provide single-use bottles. There is a water cooler on the porch and one in the kitchen.
Three boats make a fleet and will be scored as such. Boats with less than 3 will be scored in the Open Class.
Ann and Peter Seidman are with Barbara and me on the RC. We need some help both on and off the water. Please contact us to help.