Pub  Nite: March, 15th Troubled Monk Pub 

5515 45th Street     Red Deer  7PM - 9:00PM

Welcome to the Sylvan Lake Sailing Club

7he Sylvan Lake Sailing Club (SLSC) is a volunteer organization for sailors at Sylvan Lake  – people who gather for races and sailing instruction, to socialize and around sailing. Operating out of the homebase of Marina Bay, the Club has access to 30 slips for members on an annual basis. 

This website is designed as a resource for members, and it's filled with applications, instructions, race results and general information.

Current Club Members: Take a few minutes to peruse through this enhanced website to see all that it has to offer. The calendar and sailing instructions for Wednesday racing have been updated for the 2017 season.

 

For sailors new to the Club: be sure to visit the Club Fundamentals and Memberships pages for details on the application process.

 

 

 

Check local conditions

Visit Windfinder to get wind conditions for Sylvan Lake, Alberta. 

 

 

What's happening at SLSC?

Check out our Calendar for details. 

 

 

SLSC in pictures

Visit the Photo Gallery to see our best side.

 

 

Club Fundamentals

The SLSC has been operating in Sylvan Lake since 1985, and it's current focus is to help members enjoy the sport of sailing through racing.

Memberships

Returning members and new members can complete their Membership Applications and Slip/Racing Applications online.

 

Racing

The SLSC offers a variety of racing opportunities for its members each season. From weekly races to special regattas, there are many opportunities for good sport and fun.

Commodore's Comments

 

Winter Greetings Sylvan Sailors… from the Commodore!

 

Winter on the prairies…Holiday get togethers, Southern resorts, or just hunkered down, Spring will come and so another great season of sailing is in store for the club, with your participation and the work of our club executive.

So while that new sail or hull work starting to come to mind, here are some things to expect from “the exec”, more coming in future newsletters!

Mike Wuetherick has been really helpful ensuring a smooth transition for the new exec, veterans and newbies alike.

Frank Neelands has continued to manage the financials, keeping us afloat (ouch), and providing a venue for our meetings (thanks!)

Cheryl Murdoch has our meetings well organized, records, minutes etc. up to date.

Sheldon Nadeau is learning the critical role of harbourmaster, numbers and deadlines expected to be out shortly.

Don Ulsifer has the final draft of our 2017 schedule, coordinating a good mix of 4 series, make up races, weekends and socials… some start training and rules change updates…Instructions too… stay tuned!

Byron is arranging membership cards as we work to firm up enrolment figures, combined with safety suggestions so we know who’s on the water each Wednesday.

Susan Cossi has already helped the club profile, supporting Doug Stuart’s contribution to the Festival of Trees (thanks Doug!) and connecting with the town of Sylvan, planning a charity sail… more fun than a garage sale for sure!

Brent a willing partner with the website, Nancy Smith will have an updated membership list as soon as practical.

Al Fischer will be busy September 8-10… EOSH!

And your new Vice Commodore, Bob McNaughton is a quick learn, organized and committed to the club… the future looks good!

 

And Mark your Calendars

 

Wednesday March 15th 7-9 pm PUB Night at the Troubled Monk Tap Room in Red Deer where Don Ulsifer  will be leading us through some of the basics and new Racing Rules

 

 

Cheers and best to you all in the 2017 season!

Bill Young

 

 

Sailing News

Get the Season Started!!!

 

SLSC Annual Pub night and racing rules update

 

Come on out to start the 2017 season reacquainting with club members and friends, some of the basics and a few updates of the racing rules, over pint of  excellent local brew. Tables are set aside for…

 

Wednesday March 15th 7-9 pm

Troubled Monk Tap Room 

5551 45 st. Red Deer

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